Try these 5 tips before turning to antibiotics.
From since I was a little girl I had a knack for eating uncooked raisins, prunes and green peas, but don’t dare give me food with them in it. Prunes are very high in nutrients such as vitamin A and potassium. It relieves constipation as a result of it’s high fiber content and increases bowel movement. If you can’t eat them raw, try adding them to a smoothie.
Apple Cider Vinegar + Lime + Honey
This powerful concoction for relieving flu symptoms especially soar throats in record time. When I took it, my symptoms were gone the next morning. It was recommended to me years ago by my college Math teacher “Ras”, a legend at T. A. Marryshow Community College.
People have been using herbs since the beginning of time, and their significance hasn’t wavered. I use Lemon Grass (detoxifies the body, boosts immunity) and Rosemary (treats inflammation, improves circulation and digestion). And I had the chance to try good for everything which was given to my mom by a Rasta man who insisted she tried it because as the name suggests- it’s good for everything. The combination of all three bushes was tasty.
I use Jouvay’s Cocoa Butter everyday. The dedication is real. It not only nourishes the skin and gives it a glow but diminishes dark spots.
UTI’s are very common especially in persons who don’t stay hydrated. This can lead to a build up of bacteria in the urinary tract which cranberries can bring significant relief. This is as a result of the powerful antioxidants present which possess anti-clinging properties reducing the multiplying of bacteria.