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10 home remedies for heartburn - sodium hydrogen carbonate
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10 home remedies for heartburn - sodium hydrogen carbonate

Sodium bicarbonate neutralizes stomach acid. Soda, Bullrich salt or a healing water from about 1,300 mg hydrogen carbonate per liter can gently relieve acute burning pain. (Image: visuals-and-concepts / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.

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10 tips for cellulite - apple cider vinegar cure

An apple cider vinegar cure (a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar mixed with a glass of lukewarm water and drunk in the morning before breakfast) has a detoxifying and detoxifying effect and boosts the metabolism. The cure must be used continuously for at least a month to see success.
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10 tips for cellulite - silica

Silica - used externally as an ointment or gel, but also internally in the form of tablets or capsules - not only helps with cellulite and stretch marks, but also for example against wrinkles and bruises as well as brittle nails or brittle hair. (Image: dima_pics / fotolia.
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10 tips for cellulite - potato wrap

Warm potato wrap can also help reduce annoying dents. To do this, mash three to four boiled potatoes and spread them on your thighs, buttocks, upper arms or belly as required. The mass is fixed with cling film or a cotton towel, left on the skin for about an hour and then washed off thoroughly.
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10 tips for cellulite - medicinal plants

From naturopathy - used for example as tea or massage oil - the following agents are said to have positive properties with regard to problems with connective tissue weakness: parsley, nettle, dandelion, field horsetail (tin herb), juniper oil, cypress oil, argan oil, ivy oil, rosemary oil, birch (leaves as bath additive or tree sap for internal use), ginger, horse chestnut, wild garlic and aloe vera.
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10 tips for cellulite - sport

Regular exercise activates the metabolism and promotes detoxification and thus a firmer connective tissue. A good exercise is doing squats to tighten your buttocks and legs. To fight cellulite on the abdomen, crunches can be very effective. (Photo: Margit Power / fotolia.
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10 tips for cellulite coffee grounds

Coffee grounds stimulate blood circulation and have a draining effect. Coffee also activates the metabolism, which promotes fat loss and can therefore be a useful support for cellulite. For this purpose, three tablespoons of coffee grounds are mixed with a tablespoon of olive oil and, after showering, massaged into a circular shape on the affected parts of the body and rinsed off after a few minutes, alternating between cold and warm water to increase blood circulation.
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10 tips for cellulite massages

Regular massages improve blood circulation and stimulate the metabolism. Plucking massages, cupping massages, massaging with a sisal glove or loofah sponge and the fascia roller offer options for self-massage. A moisturizing massage oil can also be helpful.
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10 tips for cellulite nutrition

Fruit and vegetables, little sugar (this destabilizes the cell walls), basic nutrition, silicon-rich food like oats, millet and corn and a lot of vitamin C and calcium - all of these help in the fight against the orange peel. Don't forget to drink enough water to flush toxins out of your body.
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10 tips for cellulite - alternating showers

Alternating showers can help improve the structure of the skin, because switching between warm and cold water has a circulation-promoting effect and makes the skin appear firmer and more plump. Algae and base baths are also an effective home remedy for cellulite. (Photo: Lars Zahner / fotolia.
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10 tips for cellulite peeling

A sea salt peeling (four tablespoons of sea salt with a tablespoon of olive oil) is a proven application for orange peel, because the salt can be used to remove old flakes of skin and remove toxins and visibly smooth the skin. Massage the peeling into the affected skin areas in a circular motion with your hands or a special glove and rinse thoroughly with warm water.
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10 home remedies for headache - ginger

The miracle bulb also helps with headaches. To do this, boil a piece of peeled ginger in a liter of water and gradually drink it. Ginger can also be used externally. Use dried ginger mixed with water to a paste using a cloth as a compress. (Image: sommai / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for headaches - peppermint oil

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute reading Rubbing the temples with peppermint oil promises improvement for many sufferers. Use only about one drop on each side of your temple. (Image: goldbany / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for headaches - take a deep breath

A lack of oxygen also manifests itself in a headache. Simple breathing exercises (inhale deeply for five to ten seconds, hold your breath and exhale) can help here. (Image: Ramona Heim / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for headaches - medicinal herbs

Lavender, meadowsweet, lemon balm and woodruff are medicinal plants that help, for example, as a tea for headaches, a cowslip or yarrow tea, or a juniper tea for headaches. Willow bark is also mentioned here as a natural pain reliever. (Photo: fotoknips / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for headaches - coffee with lemon

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute readingAn old home remedy that helps some: a cup of espresso with the juice of half a lemon. (Image: мария николаева / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for headaches - diet

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute readingOften headaches are caused by a lack of fluids. Therefore, drink enough water and also eat fruits and vegetables for the vitamin supply. (Image: Lana_M / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for headaches - relaxation

Headaches in particular often occur in connection with stress and tension. Yoga, autogenic training and sports can help here, as can acupressure or facial gymnastics. (Image: Viacheslav Iakobchuk / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for headache - healing earth

If the cause of the headache is an accumulation of pollutants in the body, healing earth can help with its binding effect. An enema can also get rid of toxins that are responsible for headaches. (Image: womue / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for fever antipyretics

Acetylsalicylic acid, ibuprofen or paracetamol have an antipyretic effect and the ingredients are usually pain relieving and anti-inflammatory. At this point it should be pointed out again that fever is initially a "healthy" reaction of the body and that the above-mentioned remedies are mainly useful for severe courses or persistent high fever.
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10 home remedies for fever - apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has a disinfectant effect and strengthens the immune system. It can be used internally, for example with water and honey, or externally as an envelope. (Image: Vasiliy / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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