Kitchen painkillers

From heartburn. To get rid of heartburn, you can use the seasoning of yellow ginger. Bitter herbs, such as turmeric, will help stimulate the flow of digestive juices, preventing the formation of acid.
For headaches. For throbbing headache, rosemary can be used. It normalizes blood flow in the vessels of the brain. Take 1 tsp. rosemary on a cup of hot water, cover and leave for 10 minutes. Strain, divide into 3 portions and drink throughout the day. Ginger will relieve headaches. Grate the fresh ginger, squeeze the juice and take during the day.
From sinusitis. Thyme is an antiseptic and traditional remedy for respiratory infections. Brew tea with thyme. Fill with 1 or 2 tsp. dried thyme with boiling water, leave for 10 minutes and take 3 times a day.
From insect bites. Mint or peppermint oil is rubbed into the bite. Due to the composition of the esters, the bite is cooled, reduced swelling and itching.
For toothache. Reducing the pain will help the clove. You can rub a drop of clove essential oil directly on the aching tooth. Replace the essential oil can be dried cloves, put on a bad tooth and slowly dissolve.
Sesame seeds contain at least 7 painkillers. Cook one part of sesame seeds with three parts of water, until the liquid is reduced by 2 times. Cool and hold on the aching tooth.
From cold and flu. Traditional English herbal infusion will help to get rid of chills. Take 30 grams of sliced ​​fresh ginger, 1 small cinnamon stick or 0.5 tsp. cinnamon, 1 tsp coriander seeds, 3 whole dried cloves, 1 slice of lemon and 0.5-0.6 l. water. Mix everything and simmer for 15 minutes. Drink hot infusion every 2 hours.

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