Monthly Archive: October 2018
Parkinson’s disease affects everyone differently, meaning not all sufferers will experience the condition in the same way. There are similarities between each case however in that it will nearly always result in difficulty carrying out certain everyday tasks. Parkinson’s is what’s known as a degenerative illness and affects the nervous system. Eventually, it results in the loss of intentional movement and can cause impaired motor functioning which makes the movement of any kind difficult. There are, however, a number of habits and home remedies for Parkinson’s symptoms that can make the disease more manageable. Some of the home remedies in this article can even help to prevent Parkinson’s disease from forming.
It should be noted the growing of apples goes back to the Nile River around 1300 B.C, but the use of apples for cider not clearly documents until about 55 B.C by the Romans. From there, apple cider vinegar was created and used for its many health benefits. Keep reading to learn more about apple cider vinegar health benefits.
On average, a woman’s menstrual cycle will last 28 days, however, this can vary from woman to woman. Irregular menstruation occurs when the cycle extends over 35 days or longer. These home remedies for irregular menstrual cycles aim to return the cycle to the normal 28 days-length.
Castor oil is the extract of the Ricinus communis plant. The extract is taken from the beans of the plant and the seeds are the part of the plant from which the oil is made. Castor oil health benefits have known for about 6,000 years, but the oil has also been used for many things aside from medicine. For example, the oil was also used for making fabrics and working with leathers, it has been used to with the making of wicks, and has even been used as a varnish.
It’s not unusual for women to crave flawless and radiant skin. Much of this is down to the pigmentation of your skin. Skin pigmentation disorders can affect the coloring or tone of your skin – melanin, in particular, is the pigment which largely contributes to the pigmentation of your skin. If your melanin production becomes faulty, the appearance of your skin can change too. These home remedies will work best to lighten dark skin for people who are dark in complexion.
Psoriasis is a skin condition in which the cells of your skin die quicker than they should. The skin gets red and irritated because the dead or dying skin cells gather on the surface of the skin. The gathering of the skin cells can either appear as almost scaly patches or simply just flaky patches of skin. The rashes can come and go. Psoriasis does not yet have a cure, but these home remedies for psoriasis can help to ease the symptoms.
Pancreatic cancer is one of the most commonly fatal of all cancers. In fact, it’s the fourth leading cause of death by cancer in the US. Approximately 40,000 American adults will receive a pancreatic cancer diagnosis every year. Thankfully there are steps you can take to prevent pancreatic cancer with the use of home remedies.
The first signs of onions being used for medicine were in the sixth century B.C by people in India. They were not wrong in their findings. Now, onions are used all over the world for their health benefits. Here, you can learn how to use them in your own kitchen.
Low blood pressure might seem like a good thing considering how often we’re warned about the problems high blood pressure can cause. However, there are a lot of issues that can arise from having blood pressure which is too low. Luckily, we have over a dozen home remedies for low blood sugar for you to try.
Most people dismiss cucumbers as a fruit or veggie, but they actually, they are gourds. These green gourds were first cultivated in India 4,000 years ago. With time, cucumbers have come to be grown in China, Europe, Ancient Greece, Rome, and the New World. Keep reading to learn all about cucumber health benefits.