Natural Remedies You Need!

Some people might still dismiss herbal or natural remedies as quackery, but botanicals have long been used in the medical field. Doctors in ancient times would methodically collect information regarding herbs and in doing so, developed pharmacopoeias that were astonishingly well defined and available to treat quite a few different ailments. In fact, when talking about today’s medicines, more than 25% of them contain some active ingredients that have been derived from the very same plants.

It has been estimated that almost 80% of the population of the entire world still use herbs for at least some aspects of their primary health care. In the U.S. alone, there are more than 1,500 different botanicals that are currently on the market as dietary supplements. Some of the top selling ones include things like cranberry, Siberian ginseng, ephedra, aloe, saw palmetto, ginkgo, ginseng, goldenseal, garlic, and Echinacea.

Today, herbals and natural ingredients are used in quite a few things that include skin care products, such as those made by OZNaturals. These products can include everything from cleansers and masks to moisturizers and more. Let’s take a few minutes to take a look at some of the natural remedies that you might want to try in your life.

  • Vitamin C

This vitamin is one of the more important ones when it comes to herbal remedies. It is necessary for making the L – carnitine that your body needs. This L – carnitine helps to burn your fat and use it for energy. Vitamin C is also used by the body as an antioxidant that will remove those free radicals from the body in order to both support the immune system and to provide us with even more energy. We can get Vitamin C from foods such as green vegetables like spinach as well as from, tomatoes, cantaloupe, strawberries, broccoli, kiwi, green peppers, red peppers, limes, grapefruit, and oranges. We can also get it by taking a daily Vitamin C supplement.

  • Garlic

Garlic is another one of the herbals that we need to have in our lives. Garlic has been used for a variety of health purposes all over the world and by many different cultures. Currently, it is used as a supplement to our diets for quite a few different things that can include the common cold, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and to try to prevent things like cancer and various other diseases.

  • Aloe

Aloe is known for having antibacterial and anti – inflammatory properties. It can work to ease the pain associated with burns and abrasions. It encourages the process of healing by assisting to get rid of the harmful bacteria in the body. You can get aloe vera gels at your local health food stores, pharmacies, and supermarkets. If you happen to have an aloe plant in your home, you can easily get the gel from the plant by cutting a leaf from it and then draining the latex (yellow) from it. Don’t touch the latex if you can possibly avoid it because it can cause irritation to the skin. After you have drained the latex, you can just use the gel that you get from the leaf right on your burn or wound.

  • Honey


There are many healing benefits to honey.  It can be used as a natural disinfectant. It can be used to clean debris from a wound, while keeping the skin supple and moist so as to encourage quick healing. Just apply honey to the abrasion until it is covered and then put an adhesive bandage or gauze over it.

  • Lavender

There are quite a few beneficial healing qualities to lavender. It has antiseptic properties and can encourage the regeneration of cells. If you get an abrasion, clean it and then put up to 4 drops of the essential oil of lavender on a piece of gauze. Then place the gauze over the abrasion and tape it down with medical tape. The oil from the lavender will assist in relieving the pain and any inflammation that can be associated with an abrasion. If you want to make sure that the abrasion heals properly, be sure that you change the dressing at least two times a day on the wound.

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Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog! I believe in living green, organically, and natural in every aspect of our lives. My mission is to help educate you on how to live green, help save our environment and to help you and your family live a happier, healthier life!

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