what to do when you have uncontrollable hiccups or headache.
Stung by a bee….well no problem. Here's the solution. Read
For bad breath carry a small bag of cloves, fennel, or anise
seeds to chew - for nice smelling breathe at all times.
Got an ache in your tooth? Dip a cotton swab in vanilla; scrub
the tooth and gum area that's throbbing...and VIOLA! No more
toothache! However NEVER substitute this for the dentist.
Make a paste using Baking soda and water. Apply to area.
It soothes, removes the pain and itch from the sting.
Rub a raw onion on a bee sting or mosquitos bite to sooth
and take the itch away! Bumps
If your child falls and gets a bump on the forehead (or
other body part), and won't let you apply ice: put little
toothpaste over the area. It helps reduce the swelling.
Applying ice on the area is the long standing cure.
stop hiccups, get a spoonful of sugar or a small packet
(like you would use in a restaurant). Hold your head back
and drop the sugar in. The hiccups will stop!
Take deep breath, breathe very slowly and evenly (kind of
like you're meditating) in through your nose and out through
your mouth. You will get relief.
a whole clove to get rid of hiccups.
For soar throat make fresh lemonade and warm it up and add
honey. Helps your sore throat, tastes good and adds fluids
to your diet.
Take vapor rub and apply it on your child's or adult's feet
all over and then put on a pair of socks. Your child won't
cough for at least 8 hours.
Use vinegar to soothe the sunburn. Tan Massage honey mixed
with glycerin in equal proportions at night. Leave it on for
20 minutes and then wash with cold water.
Put your feet in a pail of ice. You will get instant relief.
If you have a splinter, use a strip of scotch tape and press
the tape firmly on the splinter and pull off. This removes
many splinters without pulling out the tweezers or needles.
If you do have to use tweezers or needles have the child
soak the affected area in warm water for at least 10 minutes.
This softens the skin area and makes it much easier to remove
the splinter. Cool off Keep within ice chest moist washcloths
or napkins along with the ice cooled food and drinks. Place
that cloth over your head to cool off. You will feel relaxed.