Natural Solutions & Home Remedies

good things to know


Just say’in

 A Perfect Person Doesn’t Obsess,

Doesn’t Have Bad Habits,

Doesn’t Cry, Doesn’t Fail,


Doesn’t Exist

So give yourself a break!


Warm Lemon Water

Aids with digestion:
Warm lemon water helps to eliminate waste in the body. It helps with nausea, constipation, diarrhea and parasites. It also relieves indigestion and allows food to digest properly.

Aids Weight Loss:
Lemons are high in pectin fiber, which helps suppress food cravings. It also helps the body eliminate waste products by cleansing and detoxifying it. By maintaining a more alkaline diet, you will lose weight faster.

Restores the body’s PH:
A food’s acid content is reflected in its pH value. Most foods contain naturally occurring acids to give them acidic values on the pH scale. A food’s pH value is often not the same in the body.
Lemons even though acidic, when inside our body are alkaline- forming when their compounds are released for absorption through the metabolic process.
With water lemons restore the body’s PH balance.

Purifies the liver:
Our body is exposed to toxins daily. The liver filters the toxins from the blood; after the toxins are filtered out of the bloodstream, they turn into free radicals. Free radicals are bad for the liver; the vitamin C in the warm lemon water cleanse the liver by removing toxin build up.

Hydrates the lymphatic system:
Warm lemon water stimulates the lymphatic system to remove the toxins accumulated in the lymph glands, colon, and bladder.
Warm lemon water hydrates the body and prevents adrenal fatigue. A dehydrated body can’t perform its regular work. Adrenal glands secrete important hormones, including aldosterone.
It also regulates water levels and the concentration of minerals, like sodium helping us stay hydrated.

The Solution for Dry Skin

Mix one eggyolk with a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of olive oil.

Leave on your face as long as possible, then was off.

The vitamin A in the egg yolk is great for your skin!

Winter sore throat “tea”


In a jar combine lemon slices, organic honey and sliced ginger. Close jar and put it in the fridge, it will form into a “jelly”. To serve- spoon jelly into mug and pour boiling water over it. Store in fridge 2-3 months.



Have a mosquito problem???


At your next outdoor gathering try this safe and effective method of keeping mosquitoes at bay! Simply slice a lime in half and press in a good amount of cloves for an all natural mosquito repellent…

Be sure to share this with your friends!


Do NOT pull it out with your fingers or tweezers. Doing so will squeeze more venom into the skin, making it more painful. Instead, immediately scrape firmly against the skin with a finger nail or pocket knife. It only takes a few seconds before all the venom is released.

Bee stings really hurt. If the person stung is not allergic to the bee sting, hear are some things you may already have laying around the house that are readily available to ease the pain of the bee sting:

1) Mud : Mud is an effective home remedy to treat a bee sting. Simply take some mud and apply this as a paste on the affected area until you get relief from the swelling and pain.

2) Tobacco : Stick some loose tobacco over the affected area and hold it in place with a bandaid. This will help alleviate any pain and swelling.

3) Ice : Wrap an ice cube in a handkerchief, and place it on the affected area for at least 20 minutes. This will give relief from the inflammation, caused due to the bee sting.

4) Toothpaste : Apply some toothpaste on the affected area. It will create a tingling sensation, which will give relief from the burning pain.

5) Honey : That ever so awesome honey works as a natural healer and provides relief from the pain. Cover the area with honey for a quick relief.

6) Epsom Salt : Make a paste with Epsom salt and water and apply it on the affected area.