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11 Natural Remedies for a Fever Blister

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Fever blisters, also known as cold sores, can range from mildly annoying to the most painful thing you’ve ever had. If you’re unfamiliar with fever blisters, they’re red or yellow bumps that form around your mouth. After some time, they will open up and start pussing out. From there, it will take anywhere from a few days to a few ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Dry Mouth

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For those of us who live in a dry climate, there’s a fairly common issue we’ll have to address at some point. That issue is known as dry mouth. Though, you don’t have to live in the desert to know what chapped lips, dehydration, and lack of saliva feels like. Whether you live next to great saguaros or are experiencing ...

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11 Symptoms of Sepsis

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Sepsis can be a potentially life threatening condition that is brought on by the body’s response to an infection. Instead of protecting the body from the infection, the immune system goes into overdrive and causes an inflammatory response in the body. The condition is also referred to as blood poisoning and can lead to multiple organ failure if left untreated. ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Shin Splints

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Shin splints are the result of overworking the shin muscles which start off as dull muscle aches and can progress to shooting pains and noticeable swelling. Shin splints may happen in the dominant leg only or in both legs at the same time. There are a number of treatments available to treat the condition, many of which are fairly inexpensive ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Bee Stings

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Despite common belief, bees are some of the nicer bugs that roam around your garden. If you leave it alone, it will usually go about its business as usual. However, bees feel the need to protect their territory using their one attack: a vicious sting. It’s nothing personal, just basic biology. These stings not only leave you with a sharp ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Rosacea

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Being the largest organ of the body, the skin can be a very reliable indicator of an individual’s internal health condition. While rosacea may be regarded as an external skin problem, it is undoubtedly triggered by internal health problems. As such it becomes important to do some internal cleansing along with following external precaution to treat rosacea. To effectively treat ...

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11 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Cholesterol

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Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is produced by the body and is also procured from food. Among this a specific type of cholesterol known as LDL cholesterol starts to build up inside the arteries and form plaque. The build-up of plaque can then impede blood flow to different body parts and the consequent blockages could lead to a heart ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Poison Ivy

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Many a family picnic or outing has been cut short because someone ended up with a case of itchiness from coming into contact with poison ivy. Poison ivy, and its companions, poison oak, poison sumac, poison elder, poison dogwood and markweed, are the most common allergenic plants in North America. They occur in every state, except Alaska, and are common ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Athlete’s Foot

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Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that can be recurrent in warm, damp places. The fungus is known to grow on toenails, in between the toes, as well as between the fingers. The appearance of the infection is noticeable as scaly, white patches with redness in the infected area. Being a contagious infection, athlete’s foot tends to frequent indoor swimming ...

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11 Natural Remedies for Sunburns

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Sunburn is essentially a radiation burn on your skin. The result is pink/red skin that peels and feels sore to the touch, and it doesn’t occur just because your skin gets hot. The ultraviolet (UV) rays are what actually cause the reaction. As well as soreness, an individual with sunburn will also experience fatigue, dizziness and sometimes confusion. In very ...

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