take a small plastic cup...fill it a little less than half way full of water...lean down just a bit and gulp it from the opposite side of the cup while bending yourself forward slowly...tip: tip the cup away from you...
Milk is very precious in insomnia. A glass of milk, sweetened with honey, should be taken every night before going to bed in treating this situation. It acts as a boost and a tranquillizer. Massaging the milk over the soles of the feet has also been found efficient.
Garlic is a wonderful remedy for pneumonia, if given in satisfactory quantities. It brings down the temperature, as well as the beat and respiration within forty-eight hours. A paste of garlic can also be applied outwardly on the chest with useful results as it is an irritant and rubefacient
Sesame seeds are precious in pneumonia. A combination of the seeds can be made by steeping 15 gm of seeds in 250 ml of water. This infusion, mixed with a tablespoon of linseed, a pinch of common salt, and a dessertspoon of honey, must be given in the treatment of this disease. This will help get rid of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes.
The juice of carrots, in combination either with spinach juice, or beet and cucumber juices, has also been found helpful in pneumonia. In these mixtures, 200 ml of spinach juice or 100 ml each of beet and cucumber juices should be mixed with 300 ml of carrot juice to made 500 ml or half a litre of combined juice.
Post by speedysteph122 on Jan 29, 2008 16:31:13 GMT -5
I've posted this in a separate thread, but I'll put it here too! I use this one myself. Lavender helps insomnia. I (being a woman) will spritz my pillowcase and bedroom w/ my lavender body spray. I also have a warmable sachet w/ lavender and chamomile (I hate the smell of Chamomille) that I use in my bed. It works wonderfully;i find the smell helps me stay calm at work too!