Sinusitis, Toothache And Swollen Legs Are Gone With These Homemade Recipes
Salt is an important spice for all its effective effects, from now except for kitchen purposes, can be used in medical purposes. We present you how you can solve many health problems with the benefits of this spice.
1) Allergies and inflammation of sinuses
People who have problems with chronic sinusitis or have spring allergies should blindly stick to the miraculous liquid of salt that will help them to relieve nasal congestion problems because salt is the ideal solution for burning the mucous membranes. In three deciliter of boiled water, pour a small teaspoon of salt. When the liquid has cooled, with syringe rinse the nostrils twice a day. In the beginning it will be a little uneasy feeling, but after a few days when you feel the improvement you will get used to it.
2) Sore throat
We all know how sore throat can be irritating and persistent. To reduce pain in the throat, make the liquid and several times a day do gargle. In 2 deciliters of water pour one teaspoon of salt and stir until the salt dissolves.
3) Sensitive bleeding gums
Many have problems with sensitive gums which usually bleed, which can later lead to serious damage or at worst periodontal disease. As a precaution, make a solution that will at each brushing, rinse your mouth. One teaspoon of salt pour in 1 deciliter of water. With this solution only rinse your mouth and then spit it out.
4) Swollen feet
Pain and swelling in the legs has become almost everyone’s everyday life. To after a hard day at work resolve these unpleasant consequences of long-standing, would be ideal to prepare a bath for the feet. In hot water pour four tablespoons of salt and a few drops of essential oils of eucalyptus, lavender or mint.
Toothache can be very persistent, to naturally relieve pain it is necessary that the mouth rinse with liquid made of 1 deciliter of warm water, add two tablespoons of vinegar and a teaspoon of salt. Keep in mind that this is only a temporary solution before visiting the dentist.http://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/sinusitis-toothache-and-swollen-legs-are-gone-with-these-homemade-recipes/http://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/70630_so-shutterstock-137498780_630x0-600x400.jpghttp://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/70630_so-shutterstock-137498780_630x0-150x150.jpgGeneralHealthHealth Tips