Home Remedies

Home remedies have become an increasingly popular alternative to traditional medicine. Find home remedies for common medical problems you can use to treat everything from minor ailments to diseases like asthma and diabetes.

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The gallbladder is tiny, but has the important job of storing bile for the liver. Too much cholesterol can cause gallstones, and then a lot of pain. Learn how home remedies can relieve gallbladder pain.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

It's a fact: drink too much liquor, and you will suffer the next day. Learn natural home remedies for hangovers, everything from moderation to hydration, and protect yourself from pain the morning after.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Although it is a serious medical condition, heart disease is not a death sentence. Find out how to take natural home remedies to improve heart health using everything from exercise to eating right.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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It's more important than ever to keep your immune system in top working order. Learn natural home remedies for low immunity that will bolster your resistance to everything from the common cold to cancer.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

We've all experienced memory loss at one time or another, but the consequences of recurrent memory loss can be serious. Learn simple, effective home remedies for memory problems that work.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Hemorrhoids are swollen and stretched-out veins that line the anal canal and lower rectum. They hurt, burn, itch, irritate the anal area, and bleed. Learn about home remedies that can help you prevent hemorrhoids.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Genital herpes is not life threatening, but the sores it produces can certainly be painful. The good news for those with the viral infection is there are effective home remedies that can help outbreaks heal faster.

By Editors of Consumer Guide & Joseph Miller

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High blood pressure can lead to strokes, blindness, kidney failure, and heart failure, although many people don't know they have it. Learn about home remedies from your kitchen to combat high blood pressure.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

You want to scratch, but you know you shouldn't. Get great ideas for home remedies for itching -- everything from topical treatments to herbal teas -- that will soothe your skin.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Menstrual irregularities can disrupt your life. Learn effective home remedies for menstrual problems that will reduce your discomfort and get you back on your feet in no time at all.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Laryngitis is the loss of the voice, most commonly caused by a respiratory infection or voice overuse. Simple lifestyle changes and home remedies using everyday kitchen items can ease hoarseness and other laryngitis symptoms.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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Many women experience morning sickness, the nausea and vomiting common in early pregnancy. Luckily, relief is available in the form of home remedies. Learn when and what to eat, and other ways to alleviate symptoms.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Anything that moves can cause motion sickness. The sick feeling usually comes on quickly and includes symptoms like nausea, sweating, and dizziness. Learn how to prevent motion sickness, and how to treat its symptoms.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Muscle pain can leave you sore and stiff. Whether your muscle pain is the result of a strain or a cramp, at-home remedies can alleviate your current pain, and prevent future pain.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Anemia is a condition in which your red blood cell count is so low that not enough oxygen is carried to all parts of your body. Learn more about anemia and how to protect yourself.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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Are you anxious? If so, you're not alone. Anxiety is about as common as the common-cold and can be as treatable as well. Let's learn a bit about what causes anxiety, its symptoms and how we can treat it with a few at home remedies.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Boils, those painful bumps that even got a mention in the Bible as one of the ten plagues used to convince the Egyptians to let the Israelites go, can be a nuisance. Learn the home remedies that will alleviate the pain.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Drooling. Gum inflammation. Irritation. Fussiness. Anyone who has cared for a baby knows very well the symptoms of teething. Learn these home remedies to ease the pain caused by teething in this article.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

If you've just been diagnosed with ulcers or have been living with them for years, there are ways to ease the pain. Traditional medicine and home remedies can help. Learn how to treat an ulcer.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and are contagious. Most of us have had one of these ghastly bumps at one point or another. Learn more about them, including several home remedies.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Most women are bothered at one time by vaginitis -- the itching, burning, pain, and discharge that comes with a vaginal yeast infection. Learn home remedies to recognize and treat yeast infections.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Gout results from the buildup of uric acid in the blood, which is caused by the breakdown of waste substances in the body. Learn about natural home remedies that can ease this painful affliction.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

Tension headaches, the most common headache type, cause a dull, non-throbbing pain. Triggers range from depression to everyday stresses. Learn about natural home remedies that can help you battle headache pain.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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When heartburn hits, your esophagus can literally be burned by the acids released by your stomach. Learn about the home remedies you can try to quench the flames of heartburn.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

You're hurrying along and the front of your shoe catches a crack in the cement. When you get up, you find you've managed to peel away the skin on your elbow. Learn home remedies for cuts.

By Editors of Consumer Guide