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Try this drink to cure a headache & 4 more home remedies for common ailments

By Michelle Edelbaum, October 30, 2009 - 11:06am

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Michelle asks: What home remedies work for what ails you?


I really enjoy reading your wisdom.
If you would, please write one on the benifits of Raw Honey. My Mom and now I have found that, "Raw Honey" unfiltered-unpasturized-nothing added honey from the hive, actually keeps our Allergies at bay. I grewup suffering sickning headaches all my life that my allergy doctor could only find tempory relief for. One day he suggested that I find a Local Beekeeper and try using the Local Raw Honey to releave my symptons and to my surprise it works.
Like to know what you think and if you find this valid what othe benefits does Local Raw Honey have in store for us over Prescription Meds.
Thanks So Much for your Wisdom.
McKinney Texas


03/25/2010 - 10:59am

goodjob ontelling me what to eat


03/25/2010 - 10:32am

im very interested in rhuenatoid artritis becuase i've been diagnosed with it. So the more i learn about it the more alert i will be in my health.


03/25/2010 - 8:41am

Very Helpful information Thank you


03/25/2010 - 5:30am

nothing new


03/25/2010 - 5:28am

i can agree with coffee thing ;) it works for me.. hehe


03/25/2010 - 2:56am

Here's the truth and you will know this after you've lived a few decades longer, Michelle. Through the decades, tehy have done studies and more studies, published the findings in article after article. Sooner or later, each study contradicts the earlier studies, which proves what any intellegent, savvy person who's been on the planet longer than 45 years knows: No one knows what foods are good for you for this ailment or that ailment. At one time, a study found coffee bad for us, eggs too. These days the studies show otherwise. No one knows. Period. What we do know is this: fruits, vegetables, whole grains and water are GOOD for us. Ignore the studies and ignore the articles written about them, eat the above and you'll live a long and happy life.


03/25/2010 - 1:11am

The reason why I believe ginger ale does not work, is because a lot of ginger ales do not contain real ginger in them. When I was seasick from whale watching tours or dinner cruises, I took ginger pills and they seem to help a great deal. The Chinese, who cook with ginger often, believe that it aids in digestion. That maybe why Chinese food makes you feel hungy 30 minutes later, hahaha :)


03/25/2010 - 12:18am

I heard that sardines are the better fish for you. Better than salmon. Is that true? Cindy


12/29/2009 - 8:44pm

very interesting


11/30/2009 - 6:15am

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