Natural Remedies

Holistic Herbal Solutions

“Take Control of Your Health Naturally”

Holistic herbal solutions can also be defined as or simply called natural home remedies.  There are more ways than you can possible think of to help yourself be naturally healthy or healthier.  I am not saying that you should totally dismiss you primary care physician but I am saying that you can possibly visit him MUCH less.  Taking care of yourself naturally is a lifestyle but once you make those changes it will be well worth the efforts as you will wonder why you didn’t do it sooner!  Holistic herbal solutions can be incorporated into you life little by little as you find out what works for you.  Soon your world will be a much calmer, happier, healthier place to be!

Medicinal Solutions

Aching Feet

  •  Pour boiling water over basil leaves and soak feet to relieve foot pain


Bad Breath

  • Chewing parsley neutralizes mouth odors.
  • Chew on mint leaves.
  • Gargle with a small cup of lemon juice to kill order causing bacteria.  Then eat a serving of plain unsweetened yogurt.  This has lactobacillus bacteria which replaces the smelly bacteria.  Together they neutralize the odor which lasts 12 to 24 hours


Bad Mood



Chapped Lips

  • Use olive oil as moisturizer for your lips.  It will serve as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant as well as a lubricant to heal your lips.


Cold Sores

  • Use lemon balm for healing and preventing cold sores.
  • Put toothpaste on area as soon as you feel burning sensation.  Let it dry and wear overnight.


Common Cold



  • Mix two teaspoons of honey along with 500 mg of Ester C 30 minutes before bed.
  • Eat one or two squares of dark chocolate.  Yes, dark chocolate.  The chocolate’s theobromine compound helps suppress that persistent cough without the side effects of drowsiness and constipation.


Cut or Sore

  • Pour a dab of honey on a cut before covering it with a bandage. Because of its powerful antibacterial properties, honey is capable of destroying almost all strains of the most common wound-infecting bacteria.



  • Place a handful of mint leaves in a small bowl and cover with boiling water.  Lean over it draping a towel over your head and breathe in the steam.



  • Drink lemon thyme tea as an antioxidant. (Don’t use thyme while pregnant)


Dry Skin

  • Soak in an oatmeal bath.  Place whole oats in a sock, sealing the end with a rubber band.  Drop the sock in a hot bath.  Soak for 15 to 20 minutes.



  • Drink a bottle of water with a packet of Emergen-C.  Vitamin C’s ability to combat oxidative stress helps provide energy, and the vitamin plays a key role in metabolizing iron, which helps your body move energizing oxygen through your bloodstream.



  • For fever above 102 degrees F take a cool sponge bath to lower temperature
  • Drink linden flower tea.  Drink 3 – 4 cups a day.  Linden tea stimulates the hypothalamus and dilates the blood vessels inducing sweating.


Foot Oder

  • Take a daily foot bath in strong black tea for 30 minutes. Tea’s tannins kill bacteria and close the pores in your feet.  Bacteria grows better in moist environments and your feet do not sweat as much with closed pores.
  • Soak your feet in a foot bath of 1 part vinegar and 2 parts water.  This will eliminate bacteria causing odors.


Hair Growth



  • Drink water and take a B-50 Complex supplement before you go to bed to help break down the alcohol in your body.
  • Drink water and take activated charcoal before you go to bed to help remove the toxins in your body.



  • Rub crushed basil leaves on your temples for headache relief.
  • Try relaxing magnesium (200 to 400 mg) to reduce the muscle tension and spasms.  Make sure the supplement contains at least 200 mg of active elemental magnesium.  This is more a preventative measure so if you know when you usually get headaches you can take this the day before.
  • The 37 g of carbs in a medium potato can ease a tension headache by upping serotonin levels, as long as you keep the fat and protein below 2 g



  •  Chamomile Tea: Steep 2 teaspoons of the Chamomile in 10 ounces of very hot water for 20 minutes, covering the cup to keep the essential oils in the water.



  • The 3 g of fiber in four dried figs helps create soft, regular stools that will keep hemorrhoids from returning
  • Two capsules of activated charcoal will help create soft, regular stools that will keep hemorrhoids from returning



  • Simply submerge a few sprigs of mint in an eight ounce glass of water and drink up.


High Cholesterol

  • One medium pear has 5 g of dietary fiber, much of it in the form of pectin, which helps flush out bad cholesterol, a risk factor in heart disease.


Immune-System Booster

  • Eat one tablespoon of chopped parsley daily.



  • Drink a soothing cup of peppermint tea after your meal.  Mint helps with muscles spasms.
  • Use minced fresh basil in sauces or salads to help kill troublesome bacteria that causes nausea and digestion issues.



  •  Before bed eat a handful of cherries which are full of melatonin.
  • Take a hot relaxing shower before bed
  • Aromatherapy with lavender essential oil
  • Eat a 3-ounce serving of turkey 30 minutes before you go to bed to help your body produce serotonin and melatonin which are hormones that regulate sleep.


Intestinal Gas

  • One and a half cups of live-culture yogurt helps food travel more efficiently through the gastrointestinal tract thus producing less gas.
  • Use minced fresh basil in sauces or salads to help kill troublesome bacteria that causes nausea and digestion issues.


Kidney Stones

  • Four dried apricot have 2 g of fiber, only 3 mg of sodium, and 325 mg of potassium.  These three items help keep minerals from accumulating in urine  which form the most common type of kidney stones.


Memory Booster


Menstrual Cramps



  • Drink mint tea to sooth nausea.
  • Infuse fresh ginger in hot water.  Strain and freeze in ice cube trays.  Crush the cubes and eat throughout the day for a steady calming effect.
  • Drink Ginger Tea
  •  Use minced fresh basil in sauces or salads to help kill troublesome bacteria that causes nausea and digestion issues.


Poison Ivy

  • Apply cold mint tea bags to infected area for a soothing cooling effect.
  • Apply a solution of water and peppermint essential oil or a cloth soaked in peppermint tea to infected area for a soothing cooling effect.


Puffy Eyes

  • Apply cool damp black tea bags as a compress to closed eyes for 10 minutes.


Repelling Mosquitoes 

  • Bush mint essential oil is very effective on keeping mosquitoes from landing on your skin.


Sore Throat

  • Gargle twice a day with a solution of six pressed garlic cloves mixed into a glass of warm water.
  • Gargle twice a day with a solution of salt mixed into a glass of warm water.



  • Contrast hydrotherapy – a quick blast of hot, then a quick blast of cold to get the blood pumping through the muscle tissues again.  30 seconds hot, 20 seconds colds. Alternate three times ending with cold.


Stained Teeth

  • Crush a few fresh strawberries into mush and mix with a pinch of stain-removing baking soda and enough water to make a paste. Apply the mixture to a soft-bristled toothbrush and polish for a few minutes once every 3 or 4 months.  More than that could remove enamel.
  • Rinse mouth with hydrogen peroxide.  Be careful as to not swallow any.  Your mouth will keep foaming.  Keep spitting it out.  Then brush teeth as usual.  Do this once every 3 to 4 months.  More than that could remove enamel.



  • Eat a banana.  A banana contains 30% of the day’s vitamin b6 which helps the brain produce serotonin.



  • Eat Cabbage:  sulforaphane, a powerful compound in cabbage, kills the bacteria that causes gastric and peptic ulcers before it can get to your stomach and may even help inhibit the growth of gastric tumors.


Yeast infection

  • Garlic contains essential oils that can inhibit the growth of the fungus which is the culprit in the pain, itch, and vaginal discharge of yeast infections.  Include garlic in sauces, salad dressings, and marinades.
  • Thyme, cloves, and even the essential oils from oranges are also effective fungicides.  Include these in sauces, salads dressings, and marinades.


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Environmental Herbal Solutions

Planting Mint can help keep pests like ants, rodents and lies away.  So a nice mint bed around the patio could prove to be just what the doctor ordered!



  1. Leo

    Definitely bookmarking your webpage! I have always liked to go for natural remedies compared to all the chemical products offered at the doctor or by the pharmacists. Since ancient days we are born in nature and nature’s product should supplement our constitution most, at least that is how I feel!

    • Angela

      Thanks for your encouragement! Your are right, people have been using herbs for centuries.  I am not totally dissing modern medicine but I think that if we would do more natural preventatives there would be less afterward side affects.  Keep checking back.  I’m updating everyday!

  2. Barbara W

    Great website. I love the herbal solutions page too. Herbal solutions for health has always interested me. This site is very professional and well put together.


    • Angela

      Thank you so much. Please feel free to let me know if you come across anything that you would like to Know or share. I would be glad to post it.

  3. Ericaaaaa

    Some really good suggestions there, and many I’d not heard before, and I’m big into natural remedies. Do you think peppermint essential oil would work for increased nail growth too?

    • Angela

      I am sure the oil itself would help with dry cracking skin and nails however, I know that hemp oil is known for its healing properties when it comes to skin, hair and nails. It contains antioxidants that fight against aging as well.

  4. Batelushka

    Wow! Thank you so much for sharing all this great info I can use in my everyday life.
    I’ll bookmark your website if I’ll ever need this natural remedies again!

    Thanks again for sharing

    • Angela

      Pass the information along. I am updating with new information almost daily. Let me know if you have questions or would like to see any new information. Thanks for your comment

  5. Marlinda Davis

    Yes! I love these remedies and have been compiling some of my own in the past couple of years. Another good one for decongestion is to smell coffee grounds which also works for headaches or if you have a weird smell stuck in your nose. I’ve learned so much from this article and thanks so much for sharing.


    • Angela

      Thanks for the tip!  I did not know that!   I knew coffee cleared the smell from your nose but I didn’t know it worked on congestion or headaches.   I will definitely try it.  I get headaches quite often.  I love getting new tips.  Fabulous!


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