Joey Green's Magic Health Remedies: 1,363 Quick-and-Easy Cures Using Brand-Name Products

Joey Green's Magic Health Remedies: 1,363 Quick-and-Easy Cures Using Brand-Name Products

Joey Green

Language: English

Pages: 480

ISBN: 1609619498

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Home remedies remain an appealing alternative to costly doctor visits―they're effective, inexpensive, and ideal for everyday illnesses and injuries that don't require hands-on medical care.

When brand-name product guru Joey Green tackles a subject like home remedies, readers can be found reaching into their closets, cupboards, and pantries for their favorite products to cure what ails them. From relieving a migraine with Dole© Pineapple Chunks, treating stinky feet with Clearasil®, and soothing an insect bite with Colgate® Toothpaste, Joey Green's Magic Health Remedies is packed with reliable, user-friendly cures for everything from acne and calluses to morning sickness and toothaches―121 conditions in all. Joey divulges that many products have special, never-before-revealed qualities not found on the label and, with a little ingenuity, can be used to treat minor health issues and conditions.

There's compelling evidence for experimenting with off-label uses―like when hay fever strikes, a little McCormick® Ground Turmeric in a glass of water brings relief in 15 minutes; the bioflavonoids in the spice are antioxidants that suppress histamine production. Who knew? Well, Joey knows and now he's bringing fast relief (and lots of fun) to health care at home!

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eat through the thick layer of mucus lining the stomach or the duodenum (the uppermost section of the small intestine). Pepsin, a digestive enzyme, then seeps into the openings, digesting your own tissue, causing a burning pain. • Ulcers tend to act up when your stomach is empty and subside again after you eat food. • Long-term use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as aspirin and ibuprofen) can also cause ulcers. • Contrary to popular belief, neither stress nor spicy food causes

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to your breast. The rice-filled sock conforms to the shape of your body, stays warm for roughly twenty minutes, and provides soothing heat. The homemade heating pad is also reusable. Make a clean breast of it! If you experience breast pain monthly or notice a lump or any thickening, see a doctor to rule out breast cancer. • French’s Mustard. Spread French’s Mustard on your chest and cover with a washcloth dampened with warm water. Let sit for one hour (unless the mustard plaster becomes too

pregnancy, perimenopause, or birth control pills cause hormone production to vary. The hormones, in turn, increase the production of sebum, triggering an acne outbreak. • The two types of acne are acne vulgaris (whiteheads, blackheads, or red blemishes on the face, chest, shoulders, or back) and cystic acne (painful cysts or firm lumps). • Emotional stress can also trigger an outbreak of acne pimples. • Do not pick, pop, or squeeze pimples. Doing so can cause infection or scarring. • Drugs

to make a thick paste. Apply the paste to closed eyes (making sure to remove contact lenses or any eye makeup beforehand), cover with a washcloth, and relax for twenty minutes. Rinse clean. Potatoes have astringent properties. • Chicken of the Sea Salmon, Chicken of the Sea Sardines, or Chicken of the Sea Tuna. To lower your risk of dry eyes, eat salmon, sardines, or tuna three times a week to add the fatty acids commonly known as omega-3 oils to your diet. A study published in 2005 in the

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