It’s the holiday season! The snow is on the ground, the cold is the air, and the holiday shopping has begun. This is also a time when germs are spreading and sickness is at an all-time high. While shopping for gifts, many forget to take care of themselves and they catch the flu, a cold, and everything in between. Over-the-counter medicine can be pricey and can set you back $20-$30. With the holiday season upon us and the new year around the corner, you need to save as much money as you can, but also, you need to save yourself. In the spirit of not overspending, here are a few home/natural remedies to stay healthy or cure any illness this winter. Guarantee you won’t spend more than $8.
Garlic is a great antibiotic that can help with eczema and psoriasis. It can also help with welts.
Chop up a few pieces and swallow them as you would a pill or rub them on areas of your skin that are problematic.
Although we all enjoy a great apple pie to satisfy our sweet tooth, apples can settle stomach discomfort and diarrhea. No need to drink that nasty Pepto Bismal.
3. Apple Cider Vinegar
So, don’t freak out, apple cider vinegar has a strong taste to it, but it does help boost energy, clean your digestive system, and clean your skin by getting rid of dead skin.
Strawberries are great with whipped cream or dipped in chocolate, but strawberries are also great for helping to clean and whiten your teeth.
I know you’re probably looking at this like, “what the hell…?”, but no salt is actually good for your skin.
Instead of throwing money at these beauty companies for a $20 face cleanser, just use salt. It will clean your pores, get rid of bacteria, and can balance out the oils in your face.
It’s crazy to me how people are still not hip to this, but I’m about to