What are your home remedies?
I came across this article recently and wanted to share it, especially since I wanted to be able to look back on it. We’ve all heard about home remedies, and this article includes all sorts of ideas for what to do with certain conditions. There are so many key sentences in this article, including “Home remedies work with the immune system rather than suppressing it. Acute illness—manifesting as diarrhea, runny nose, vomiting, headache, and so forth—is actually good for your child. Managed properly, acute illness can give your child more vitality and prevent chronic illness—which is not good for your child.”
Check out this link, from the Weston A. Price Foundation, and learn about some home remedies that you may want to try if your kids (or you) have symptoms of ear infections, headaches, fever, sore throat, pink eye and more. And don’t forget to visit a chiropractor, as chiropractic adjustments can help create a stronger immune system, which allows you to fight these illnesses even better. Everyone should have their own home remedy, and a family chiropractor that they can visit on a regular basis.
Learn more here:
Traditional Remedies for Childhood Illnesses