Are you irritated and embarrassed because your child wets his bed? Don’t be—it won’t do you and your child any good. Instead, you must concentrate your energies on treating your child’s condition. Fortunately, there are many natural ways available to treat bed wetting or enuresis.
Some honey, honey? MUST BE CEYLON CINNAMON NOT THE CINNAMON THAT WE ALL GREW UP WITH, CHECK ONLINE FOR THE DIFFERENCES IN REAL CINNAMON AND CINNAMON STICKS WHAT THEY SHOULD LOOK LIKE AND TASTE LIKE. CEYLON CINNAMON IS FROM SRI LANKA AND THE COUMARIN IS NOT TOXIC LIKE THE UNHEALTHY REGULAR CINNAMON THAT IS ALSO DYED. REAL CINNAMON LOWERS BLOOD SUGARS FOR DIABETICS, FAKE OR ASIAN CINNAMONS DO NOT!
Homemade Decongestant Chest Rub - 1 TBS vaseline (or coconut oil if you're freaky about petroleum products). Add several drops (7-10) of eucalyptus oil until it is the strength you desire. Do yourself a favor and mix in a disposable cup with a popsicle stick. Stuff is impossible to clean off of a spoon or measuring cup.
Gingerade ~ good for coughs and colds. To Make: grate a root of ginger (you don't need to peel it, just lightly scrub clean) steep in 4 cups hot water until water cools, strain the ginger juice & discard root stir in the juice of 1 lime, sprinkle in a little lime zest (or you can steep it with the ginger), stir in enough raw honey to taste...Enjoy!
Mosquitoes can carry life-threatening diseases, but for many people, torturous itchiness feels more of a threat. If you prefer to go the natural route, here are some options that can provide relief from itching, swelling and pain.
Ok, K.W.N is pretty much a prepping, homesteading, survival and self-sufficiency website. Anyone interested or active in these areas should be interested in alternative uses for normal household products. We have done loads of posts about alternative uses for products: 14 Smart Ways To Use Bleach That Could Save Your Life & Some Money 28 …