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It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

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Yes, chicken broth really helps with colds. And this is not the only effective old remedy, as scientists recently discovered.
So, 9 home remedies that are not grandmother's tales, but really help to relieve pain, a cold, get rid of a headache and make your smile brighter.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Rinsing with water for upper respiratory infections


Feel that you have a cold? Try to start gargling with plain water. A study of about 400 healthy volunteers showed that those who had rinsed their throats with plain water, during the study period, became much less likely to develop upper respiratory tract infections (VDI) - this type of infection is often associated with the common cold and flu. Researchers concluded that rinsing with plain water was effective in preventing PWI in healthy people.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Ginger with nausea


If you are having trouble walking, try a couple of ginger candies. Comparing people taking a placebo with those taking ginger, the researchers found that just one gram of this root alleviates the symptoms of motion sickness, morning sickness and nausea during chemotherapy. In general, ginger can also be useful for reducing gas formation and in case of indigestion.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Chicken broth for colds


Mom was right. It is still not exactly known why chicken broth makes us feel better during illness, but researchers are almost sure of its effectiveness. During one experiment, scientists, trying to determine the effect that broth had on inflammation (a common component of the common cold), found a slowdown in the movement of neutrophils — white blood cells that are the hallmark of an acute infection. In other words, broth seems to help relieve the inflammation that causes many cold symptoms.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Vinegar and alcohol prevent ear problems in swimmers


As long as you have a whole eardrum, you can use this easy recipe from the Mayo Clinic to prevent ear infections.Simply mix one part white vinegar with one part alcohol, pour a teaspoon of the mixture into each ear and drain it back. The mixture is designed to stop the growth of bacteria and fungi that develop in swimmer's ears.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Apples and carrots for white teeth


They are not only good for the body - fresh crunchy fruits and vegetables will also help keep your teeth pearly white. While chewing apples and carrots, their small particles clean the surface of the teeth, helping to remove stains. Apples and strawberries contain malic acid, which helps to whiten the enamel.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Honey when coughing


Hate the taste of cough syrup? The World Health Organization recommends honey as a cough medicine for children. Studies conducted in 2012 among 300 children who were sick for a week or less found that those who were given 10 grams of honey before bedtime had fewer symptoms of cough (compared to those who received a placebo), and they oddly enough, slept more sound and peaceful sleep.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Ice with headaches


Putting ice on the head or back of the neck helps to cope with migraine pain. This cold sensation can also help get rid of the pulsations in the temples.During studies conducted in 2013 among 50 people with migraines, people who used ice to wrap their necks at the beginning of a migraine for 30 minutes, as a rule, said that their pain was significantly reduced.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Vodka with an unpleasant smell of the feet


Soak a towel in vodka and wipe your feet well. The alcohol contained in vodka is an antiseptic that destroys odor-causing bacteria and fungi.
It turns out that my mother was right: 9 folk remedies that really help

Scotch for warts


Warts are harmless growths on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Since it is an infectious disease, they can be transmitted from person to person through physical contact. But there is good news! A study in 2002 showed that sticking warts with scotch tape eliminates them better than freezing.
However, the final verdict of scientists about this is not yet available, because subsequent research on the use of scotch tape was not so convincing. Still want to try? Clean the affected area, cut a piece of tape a little more of the wart you want to get rid of, and glue it in the right place.

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