Here are a few holistic remedies that are still relevant in 2020
Use food as medicine! For centuries people have been using herbs like cinnamon, garlic, onions, jicama to treat and cure different ailments. Foods like this are and have been used for their natural antibiotic properties and ability to fight disease and infection. Using herbs and real food for medicinal purposes is a natural way to help support your body’s immune system. Your body recognizes and processes food and herbs better than drugs. (& Bonus!! Food doesn’t have a laundry list of side effects!)
Fruit and vegetable juice not only tastes great, it also helps activate your body’s extraordinary ability to heal itself! Much of this research was made popular by Dr. Max Gerson. The Gerson Therapy is still used today to heal tuberculosis, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, kidney failure, cancer, and other chronic conditions. It utilizes an organic, vegetarian diet, raw juices, coffee enemas and natural supplements.
Apple Cider Vinegar –
Commonly called “The Old Folks Remedy”- Historically used as a remedy for high cholesterol, sore throats, sinus infections and many other conditions. Thankfully you don’t have to just drink it straight! Here are a few ways to ingest ACV (and make it tollerable). #1. Take a large mug of warm water, mix 1 tablespoon of ACV with 2 tablespoons of honey. #2. Make a ginger tea, add 1-2 teaspoons of ACV, honey, and coconut oil. Drink up!
Cod Liver Oil-
Fish oil is a nutrient rich supplement that helps maintain a healthy immune system. Whenever investing in a supplement- Always, Always, Always make sure it is coming from a good quality source. Oil extracted from fish off the coast of Norway have been proven to be some of the most pure in the world.
Colloidal Silver is microscopic silver particle suspended in liquid. Many alternative medicine practitioners recommend it for its broad-spectrum anti-infective properties.
** Always consult with your physician to make sure these types of remedies are right for you.**
Until Next Time,