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A - Z of Home Remedies & Cures

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Salt

Other Names: Salt, Common salt, Sodium Chloride
Traditional Usages: Gargle for Sore Throat and Laryngitis, Typhoid, Add Salt to bath for Skin Diseases, Mouth Rinse for Toothache, Low Blood Pressure, Soak Athlete's Foot in tub of salted lukewarm water for 15-minutes
Resources: Worldwide.
Parts Used: Common Salt

Herbal Research: Salt Research


Salt – Home remedy for Foot Odour:  Bacteria find it hard to live in salty solutions. Add coarse kosher salt or Epsom salt to a foot bath. Use half a cup of kosher salt for every quart of water.

Salt - Home remedy for Bleeding:  Mix a teaspoon of salt to half cup of warm water and slowly pour over the bleed. After doing that apply pressure until the bleeding stops.
          
Salt - Home remedy for Nose Bleeds: Take some water and mix it with some salt. Take a cotton ball and dip it in the mixture and then put some drops in your nose.

Salt – Home remedy for Smelly Feet:  Bacteria find it hard to live in salty solutions. Add coarse kosher salt or Epsom salt to a foot bath. Use half a cup of kosher salt for every quart of water.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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