Sunday, 7 August 2016

HOME REMEDIES | Best Yeast Infection Home Remedies - Cure Yeast Infection At Home

There are many yeast infection home remedies available on the internet, which claim to cure you in no time. There is a remedy so effective, that it can cure your infection in hours! We'll talk about it in the end but first, let's take a look at some very effective yeast infection home remedies:

HOME REMEDIES | Natural Acne Remedies In a Cosmetic World

Mixing Baking Soda W/ Water: The most generic, though effective of acne home remedies. The baking soda uses an all-natural alcohol free method of drying up the excess sebum under the skin. Mix a cup of baking soda with a little water until it becomes a paste, apply to the infected spot (not the whole face). Leave on for 15 minutes and gently wipe off. Feel fabulous.

HOME REMEDIES | Who Really Invented Them and How Can They Help You?

You certainly might rely on any one of the many natural home remedies you have heard about when you have a mild ailment or a common disease. It is perfectly normal for people to rely on something they have at their disposal rather than run to the doctor or to the drugstore when they are not feeling well. There are also cases in which the standard treatment of a medical condition may be painful or not sufficient to relieve the symptoms so sufferers resort to using home remedies to feel better. You can also use various homemade remedies for insect stings and for treating stains at home. In fact, such home remedies are much more common than you might think. But where do the home remedies come from? Who came up with them?

Wednesday, 3 August 2016

HOME REMEDIES | for Dysmenorrhea/painful menstruation


One of the most disturbing for women, in addition to acne, it is Dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea is a term for painful menstrual like cramps. Dysmenorrhea can occur with or without underlying disease in addition to menstruation. Dysmenorrhea are generally occurred in the early days of menstruation and takes place on the first day until the third day. Abdominal pain due to dysmenorrhea has a distinctive location that is at the bottom of the stomach and may spread to my back and thighs.