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July 2013 


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Heal a Sunburn - Home Remedies
Drink lots of water to keep hydrated and help the healing process.
Any burn draws fluid to the skin surface and away from the rest of the body. So drink extra water, juice and sports drinks for a couple of days and watch for signs of dehydration: Dry mouth, thirst, reduced urination, headache, dizziness and sleepiness.
*Aloe Vera - For sunburn there is nothing better than aloe vera gel; it is antibacterial and deeply healing for burns in part because of aloectin B, which stimulates the immune system. Aloe vera gel is used in hospitals for burn victims. Aloe Vera comes from the aloe vera plant, and the gel may be squeezed from its leaves and applied to the burn.
*Vitamin E oil for sunburns to relieve pain, as the vitamin helps to moisturize the skin.
Science agrees that the vitamin helps. Both vitamin E and vitamin C have been shown in studies to work as a preventive measure against sunburn. That's because the vitamins act as antioxidants to heal sunburn that is a result of oxidative damage to skin cells. The vitamins are more effective when used regularly.
*Cold water.Use plain water from the faucet. Dip a cloth into the liquid and lay it over the burn. Repeat every few minutes as the cloth warms. Apply several times a day for a total of 10 to 15 minutes each.
Tannins in Tea Help Sooth the Burn and Heal the Skin
*Compresses with cold Tea;
Green, Black, Calendula, Chamomile or St. John's Wort tea - will have cooling effect on the damaged skin.


Steep a large pot of very strong tea using 4 – 6 tea bags. Refrigerate until it’s cold then soak small towels in the tea and apply. Can also spray the cold tea on skin. The tea could stain the towels, you may not want to use your best. Save used tea bags and apply (make sure to have bags at room temperature first).
You could also make a tea bath and soak in the tub.
Calendula Ointment -For the temporary symptomatic relief of skin irritations due to sunburn, windburn and chafing. Promotes healing of minor cuts, burns and abrasions of the skin.
Make Your Own Natural Burn Relief Spray
Burn Relief Spray. Combine 2 ounces aloe vera gel, 2 ounces cold water, ½ teaspoon vitamin E oil, 15 drops of each tea tree oil and lavender essential oils. Load into a small spray bottle and shake well prior to application. This spray can be applied to the entire burned area as often as needed. Store in the refrigerator for approximately 5-7 days.
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Beat Aloe Vera gel and some coconut oil with a fork for a few minutes and then add 3-5 drops of lavender and/or peppermint essential oil.
Chamomile, Lavender, Eucalyptus, and Rose otto essential oils are also beneficial for the inflamed skin. They can be applied directly to the skin or added to the bath water.

Add 2 to 3 drops of lavender essential oil to 1 teaspoon of olive oil to smooth over the burned skin.
*Vinegar on sunburn - it's effective because vinegar is an antiseptic and helps to cool the skin as it evaporates.  Vinegar could help to balance the body's pH levels to take away the stinging feeling of the burn.
Fill a spray bottle with vinegar, and use it to apply vinegar to any sunburned areas of your body. (Use a cotton ball or rag to apply vinegar to your face). Or soak small towels in vinegar and apply.
Bathe in a cool bath with 2 – 3 cups of vinegar.
*Honey: is hailed as a helpful healer for a variety of ills -- including sunburn pain. Honey is antibacterial and multiple studies have shown that honey can help to heal wounds. Because of this, applying honey to a sunburn could help the skin re-epithelize (grow new epithelial skin cells).
Smooth honey over area or slather honey on a strip of gauze first.
Mix honey with lime or lemon juice (80/20).
Mix honey 50/50 with milk, stir well.
*Baking Soda - Adding a few heaping tablespoons of baking soda to cool bath water makes a sunburn-soothing remedy. Just keep your soaking time down to 15 to 20 minutes. If you soak any longer, you risk drying out your already lizard-like skin. When you've emerged from the bath, resist the urge to towel off. Instead air-dry, and don't wipe the baking soda off.
Baking soda creates an alkalized environment that is soothing to the skin. It has antiseptic properties, can help with the itch and work as an exfoliant.
Fill a spray bottle with cool water and dissolve 1/4 cup baking soda. Spritz on skin.
*Oatmeal added to cool bathwater offers another wonderful relief for sunburned skin. Fill up the bathtub with cool water--not cold water because that can send the body into shock. Don't use bath salts, oils, or bubble bath. Instead, scoop 1/2 to 1 cup oatmeal -- an ideal skin soother -- and mix it in. As with the baking soda, air-dry your body and don't wipe the oatmeal off your skin.Oat extract has been shown in studies to have anti-inflammatory properties that could help relieve sunburn pain.
Make up a batch of oatmeal and chill it down to soothe sunburn just apply to the skin.
Mix oatmeal with raw egg whites.
*Milk is known, anecdotally, to help soothe pain, itching and burning when used in cold compresses. Yogurt also seems to have a similar effect.
Soak small towels in milk and apply.
Soak in a bath with cool water and a gallon of milk.
*Tomatoes: tomatoes are rich in the chemical lycopene that helps to reduce the sunburn response from ultraviolet radiation.
1/4 cup tomato juice or tomato paste mixed with 1 1/2 cups buttermilk.
Sliced or mashed tomatoes.
Mash tomatoes and mix with an equal amount of buttermilk.
Add 2 cups tomato juice to bath of cool water, soak.
*Pat Down With Potatoes:
Take two washed potatoes, cut them into small chunks, and place them in a blender or food processor. Blend or process until the potatoes are in liquid form. Add water if they look dry. Pat the burned areas with the pulverized potatoes. Wait until the potatoes dry, then take a cool shower. Another less messy method is to apply the mash to a clean gauze and place on the burn. Change the dressing every hour. Continue applying several times a day for a few days until the pain is relieved.
Cucumber. Try applying thin slices of cold cucumbers directly, or you could puree a peeled cucumber and rub it on to the affected skin.
Grate cucumbers and mix with milk, and apply.
Comfrey is also very beneficial for the sun burnt skin, as it contains allantoin, a natural compound that is an excellent anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, allergenic and skin cell regenerative. Apply the juice or lotion extracted from comfrey leaves on the skin.
Cooling Spray Infusions 

Lettuce: Quarter the head of lettuce and boil (moderate) in a pot of water for 10 minutes. Turn off heat, cover pot and allow to steep. Strain water and chill. Spritz lettuce water directly on area. Can also chill cooked leaves and apply directly.

Cabbage: Same procedure as Lettuce.

Mint: Handful of fresh mint and proceed as above.

Plantain: Handful of fresh mint and proceed as above.

Strawberry Leaves: Save strawberry leaves and trimmings until you have a generous handful. Boil in 2 cups of water and proceed as above.

*Witch Hazel:
Spritz directly on skin.
*Egg Whites:
Raw egg whites.
Mix:
raw egg whites
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon witch hazel
apply to burn.
*Cornstarch:
Make a paste of cornstarch and water, apply and allow to dry.
Fill a spray bottle with cool water and add some cornstarch, mix to dissolve before spritzing.
Fill a bath with cool water and add 1 cup cornstarch, dissolve. Soak in tub for 30 minutes.
Soak in tub or shower with cool water. Pat dry. Lightly dust skin with cornstarch.
1/2 cup cornstarch + 1/2 cup baking soda added to bath of cool water, dissolve. Soak for 30 minutes.


All Purpose Healing Salve Recipe:
1/2  Cup Coconut Oil
1/2  Cup Olive Oil
2  T. Beeswax
20  drops  Lavender
10  drops  Lemon
10  drops  Manuka this oil is 10 time more effective than tea tree!


Coconut oil is a natural moisturizer as well as antibacterial.  Olive oil has lots of anti-oxidants, including Hydroxytyrosol as well as anti-inflammatory properties.
Lavender soothes and heals, Lemon cleanses and disinfects while Manuka is antibacterial and antifungal!



Natural Remedies for Bug Bites and Stings

Plantain is excellent for soothing bites and stings of all sorts.  Simply find a leaf, chew it up (or otherwise mash it to release the juices), and apply it to the affected area.  Alternatively, you can infuse the leaves in oil and use the oil for treating larger areas, or make it into a salve for portability.  I used fresh plantain leaf on my yellowjacket sting, and I’ve used the infused oil on my backside when it got covered in mosquito bites.  I keep a small container of the salve in my purse.

Essential Oils
Lavender essential oil is the best! No pain, no itch. yellow jacket stings happened frequently! Put one drop on bee/’mosquito or any other bite or burn.
Tea Tree essential oil. Apply directly to bite or sting. Instantly numbs and sterilizes the wound. Works on bee stings, spider bites, flea bites, mite bites.
Basil - naturally contains camphor and thymol, two compounds that can relieve itching. It's easy to crush some up and apply it to bites, or use the essential oil and dab onto the skin.
Clove, and lemon essential oils as topical treatments for insect bites and stings, and as deterrents to bug bites when diffused in a carrier oil and applied to the skin.
3 in 1 blend is all of the best combined!
Plain old unscented ammonia. It’s the best sting reliever in the world! It will negate the venom.  Even Windex with ammonia will do in a pinch.
A damp paper towel with a mushed up sugar cube on it. Can take the sting away as soon as it is applied.
Put a copper penny on it. Worked for me, and I’m allergic.

Make a paste of baking soda and water. It will draw out the poison and take away the pain.
Witch Hazel and Baking soda - Baking soda can also work in conjunction with other remedies. This plant-based astringent, when applied in a paste with baking soda, will draw fluid out and reduce swelling at the bite. There's a synergy, they work even better together.

Activated charcoal works wonders it has been used successfully to treat strings from hornets, yellowjackets and honey bees.
 If by chance you have meat tenderizer…make a paste with a little water a apply and hold on. It neutralizes the venom.Meat tenderizer contains papain, which helps break down protein. Venoms are made of protein, so theoretically it could help break down venom from insect bites.

Onion poultice – the pain is gone the minute it touches the sting area.
To make an onion poultice, chop your onion finely and cook with a little water until tender (not brown).  Wrap warm onion in cheesecloth, medical wrap or flour sack towel and apply to affected area.

Pulverize Epsom salts and honey together to make a thick paste.  Rub it on and leave it. When it wears off, repeat as needed until the swelling goes down.
Mixing a crushed aspirin with enough water to form a paste and applying it to the sting or bite to reduce pain and swelling.
Get some ice on it! You can use an ice pack alone or in conjunction with any of the methods listed here as cold helps reduce the inflammation of a sting.
Learned this in the military: For spider, bee, wasp, and ant bites, take a 9-volt battery, and wet the [bitten] area a little bit. Put battery to the bitten area, and it will stop the action of poison and stop the hurt.
The military guys have it right. Electric current has been shown to inactivate snake venom. And wetting the battery enhances the conductivity so more current goes through your skin. So it may also help venom from other bugs. However, mosquitoes don’t inject venom, so it wouldn’t help there.
For mosquito bites:
Take a cotton ball, soak it with mouthwash (I have only tried Scope), and drip some on the bite. It might sting a little. You can also rub the soaked cotton ball on the bite if it doesn't stop itching in about 15 seconds.
A little toothpaste on the sting helps take away the pain. The fluoride acts as an antihistamine and helps in minutes.



Essential Oils That Repel Insects
Everyday bugs in the kitchen and bathroom can be taken care of with a spray bottle of water and ten to twenty drops of peppermint, spearmint, thyme, sage, or rosemary. Sprinkle a few drops of the essential oil, onto rugs or near drains where bugs might enter the home.  Or use any of the ones listed below.
Citronella As an insect repellent, Use 2-3 drops in a diffuser, burner or vaporizer near an open window.
For fleas on dogs: Apply a few drops on an absorbent cloth like a bandanna or woven collar and place on neck. Avoid this for cats.They are more sensitive to this oil.
Lemongrass Of the same species as citronella, which is widely used in commercial bug repellents, lemongrass is a bit fruiter and spicier. A powerful insect repellant and can even be used to kill insects.
Lavender  Good fly repellant. It’s an extremely versatile oil with many components, including repelling all kinds of bugs.
Peppermint is a good fly repellent.
1 Tablespoon of peppermint essential oil
4 cups water
mix in spray bottle - will kill wasp nest.  Spray on window sills to stop spiders, flies and creepy crawlies.
Repel flies: by using citronella, lavender, rosemary, sage, geranium or juniper essential oils. Mix about 10 drops with water and spray it into the air to keep flies at bay in your home or around your patio outdoors.
Basil is another strong-smelling herb that flies generally dislike.
Thyme Essential oils have a potent scent that can deter bedbugs. An effective spray consists of one cup water in a fine-misting spray bottle, to which is added 10 drops of lavender essential oil, 10 drops rosemary essential oil, 10 drops eucalyptus essential oil and three drops essential oil of thyme. Spray liberally around and under your mattress and any place you suspect infestation.
Cinnamon Cinnamon essential oil makes the most effective natural Mosquito repellent known to man. It's well documented to kill Mosquito larvae. For example, a 15% Cinnamon Oil to water ratio kills the larvae in 6 hours, while a 5% solution killed the larvae in 24 hours. This tells us that Cinnamon Leaf Oil is a powerful anti Mosquito solution. It's natural and very safe but you must dilute it properly. A little bit of Cinnamon oil goes a long way.
Eucalyptus: a good fly repellent, apply several drops to a ribbon or strips of cloth and place on window sills or hang near a window. Reapply every so often.






























Having Trouble Sleeping?
Try these drinks and essential oil blends to help you fall asleep

Cherry juice (and vanilla) drink

I have made cherry juice a regular part of my morning and nighttime routines since the first time I tasted it. To make it even better, it is one the easiest sleep tonics you can concoct!

Why tart cherry juice: Tart cherries are incredibly rich in melatonin, the hormone responsible for regulating our sleep-wake cycles, so indulging in a glass of the tart but sweet ruby red liquid every morning and night will help you keep your sleep schedule on track.
Why vanilla (optional): Vanilla has a soothing scent, and adding a drop of extract to your cherry juice can provide aromatherapy benefits that will help you doze off.

You will need…

-5-8 ounces of tart cherry juice
-A drop or 2 of vanilla extract

Directions

In the morning pour yourself about 5-8 ounces of tart cherry juice and drink it in its entirety. At night 1 hour to half an hour before bed repeat, adding a drop or 2 of vanilla if you desire. I would suggest sticking to using the vanilla only at night, since you don’t want to get too relaxed first thing in the morning!

Fresh Chamomile-lavender tea

This tea combines two of the most relaxing herbs known to promote rest and a sense of calm-lavender and chamomile.

Why chamomile: It’s not exactly pinpointed just what in chamomile gives it its sedative effects, but some research has tentatively shown that a constituent in chamomile called apigenin can bind to GABA receptors in the brain, creating a mild response similar to anti-anxiety medication, such as Xanax, does. GABA is the second most common amino acid in the body and plays a huge role in our central nervous system, calming us down and, of course, helping us relax into sleep.

Why lavender: Lavender is a scent that has been used to relax and unwind for centuries. Recently a study showed that people exposed to its odor had a change in brainwaves patterns, suggesting that it did indeed induce drowsiness.

You will need…

-1 teaspoon of lavender tea
-1 teaspoon of chamomile tea
-8 ounces of hot water
-honey to taste (optional)

Directions

Bring 8 ounces of water to a boil. In a teaball or loose-leaf tea strainer, place 1 teaspoon each of lavender and chamomile herbs. Put the straining device in your cup and pour the boiling water over it. Allow the herbs to steep for 10-15 minutes-the longer it steeps the stronger the flavor will be. Add honey to taste. If you don’t have a teaball or something similar, simply pour the hot water directly over the herbs in a bowl and then use a kitchen herb strainer to remove the herbs.

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Warm milky drink

This tasty combination of warm milk, honey, and a sprinkling of nutmeg is your ticket into Snoozefest.

Why warm milk: The idea that warm milk helps you fall asleep didn’t come from nowhere, as people over the centuries could tell you it really does work, but not for the modern day reason that states it makes you sleepy because of tryptophan. Conclusive studies have been done that show milk does not raise tryptophan levels, but it can raise your internal body temperature when it’s heated, which will relax you and make you sleepy and calm. Add to this the most powerful effect of all, the placebo effect. Warm milk seems to do something psychologically that makes us calm and drowsy. Perhaps it makes us harken back to our days of infancy, and therefore makes the drinker “sleep like a baby.” Either way you look at it, there’s something about it that makes falling asleep a breeze.

Why honey: L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid vital to our rest. It is the precursor to serotonin, which can be converted into melatonin, and melatonin is what regulates our sleep-wake cycles. Honey creates a spike in insulin, which drives tryptophan across the blood-brain barrier. It is then converted into serotonin, which in darkness is converted in to melatonin in the pineal gland in our brain. The result is that as nighttime approaches, you have more melatonin to tell your body “ok, it’s time to sleep now.”

Why nutmeg: Nutmeg is a pretty powerful spice-so much so that it’s very possible to “overdose” and end up getting looped out, feeling incredibly ill, hallucinating, and experiencing a myriad of other unpleasant side effects. Ingested safely though it is a good natural sleep-aid, thanks to numerous chemical components that act similar to tranquilizers-just stick to a quarter teaspoon or less.

You will need…

-1 glass of milk
-2 teaspoons to 1 tablespoon of honey
-1/8 teaspoon to a 1/4 teaspoon of ground nutmeg

Directions

Warm up about 8 ounces of milk in your favorite mug. Heat it until it’s a little hotter than you would comfortably drink, and stir in 1 tablespoon of honey (or as little as 2 teaspoons if you prefer.) Sprinkle with a ¼ teaspoon of ground nutmeg at the most, and let it cool to a temperature that is still nice and toasty warm but drinkable. Make this about 30 minutes before bed when you start winding down, sip slowly, and enjoy!

Make Your own Lullaby Sleep Blends
Using High Quality Essential Oils
Most everyone recognizes that Lavender is calming and an active stress reducer but did you know Lavender can actually reduce levels of cortisol released into the body? 
 Just apply directly to bed linens and/or massage on the bottoms of your feet.  Safe for children and adults.
If you're looking for something with more sleep inducing octane, add Vetiver!
1 part lavender
1 part vetiver
add to olive oil and apply to bottoms of feet.
For a super good sleep aid try;
Equal parts of Frankincense, Bergamot, Roman Chamomile and Vetiver, a restful combination of essential oils!
Relax and enjoy a peaceful nights rest.
16 drops of lavender
16 drops of marjoram
30 drops of fractioned coconut oil
Mix them into a 10ml roller bottle then apply to temples, chest, and behind ears before bedtime.  This is also a wonderful blend to diffuse in any bedroom at night.


Detox Drink Recipes
Deep detoxification is one answer to the problem because detoxification removes old, diseased tissues and cells en masse - and it's why detoxification is recommended for most every disease

Apple Cinnamon Detox Water (as seen on Dr. Oz)

This is also referred to as the Zero Calorie detox water because it contains nearly zero calories. There are calories from the apple, but they’re pretty negligible. The cinnamon it contains is going to help stimulate your internal organs to cleanse themselves, while the apple is providing you with its all natural source of vitamins and minerals. Way better than just drinking regular water and a helpful boost to any detox program.
Simply slice apples put in picture, add cinnamon sticks and water - let stand at least 10 minutes and drink.

Cucumber Lemon Mint Detox Water (aka Sassy Water)

Cucumbers are one of the most hydrating vegetables because they’re mostly made up of water. Many detox programs include cucumbers on them for this very reason, and adding them to your water pulls out their minerals so you’re getting an added benefit. Mix in the lemon juice and you’re getting the cleansing effect of citric acid and helping to clear out the digestive system. The mint makes things taste fresh and crisp, and goes nicely with the lemon and cucumber while providing additional nutrients and benefits.
To make: slice cucumbers place in picture, add lemon slices or fresh squeezed lemon, and some fresh spearmint leaves, let stand for at least 15 minutes and then enjoy.

Jillian Michael's Detox Water

You are probably familiar with Jillian Michaels if you’ve ever seen an episode of The Biggest Loser. She also promotes her own line of workout programs and diet books. Here she’s endorsed a particular detox water recipe that uses cranberry juice, lemon juice, and dandelion tea all mixed together with a lot of water. The end result is that it’s also supposed to also help you lose weight. This can really be said for anything that has a detoxifying effect, since getting back to our more natural and clean state will have the byproduct of weight loss if we’ve moved toward a heavier state.
60 ounces Purified Water
2 TBS pure Cranberry Juice
2 TBS Lemon
1 Bag Dandelion Tea - Dandelion tea has a history and reputation for breaking down fat and removing it from your body via good old fashioned waste... So you may have increased bowel movements so be prepared for this.

Strawberry Detox Water

Strawberries are a great way to add a familiar and preferred flavor to most anything, and in this case it can make your water taste better while also providing antioxidants and added vitamins and minerals to your body. This particular recipe includes watermelon and rosemary as well. This makes it a great detox recipe to use in the summer when it’s easier to build up a sweat, and it’s only natural to have the taste of strawberries and watermelon. It will help to make your detoxing efforts more enjoyable and seem like less of a chore.

add strawberries and some chunks of watermelon and a sprig of rosemary to a picture of water and enjoy!

Simple Detox Water

The simple, the better right? Let’s keep things simple and go with this quick way to make your water more healthy for you. This would be used as part of a plan to detox the body a little bit each day. It’s recommending that you take the juice from half a lemon and squeeze it into the water you drink when first waking up. This is a time when you’re most dehydrated and making sure that you get rehydrated on the double is vital. The lemon juice helps to get your digestive system going and prepares it for its daily duties to come

Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Water

Apple cider vinegar is a handy detoxing aid and it’s good to keep a bottle of it in the cupboard. You can instantly improve the quality of a glass of water by adding a bit of ACV to it, but in this case they’re showing you how to make a detoxifying drink from it. They’re also including lemons, cucumbers, and mint, a popular combination you’ve seen elsewhere on our list, but the use of apple cider vinegar gives it additional properties and benefits that you won’t want to miss, and that will only amplify the detoxing process.

Lemon and Cayenne Pepper Detox (Master Cleanse)

The most important part of the Master Cleanse is where you stop eating regular foods and rely only on a concoction made of organic lemon juice, maple syrup, and cayenne pepper. This is supposed to spur the body into detox mode, with the lack of food helping to give the digestive system a break and make sure that you’re entirely cleared out.

  • 5 Squeezed Lemons
  • 1 1/4 cup of organic Grade B maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
  • 10 cups of water
  • Weight Loss Detox Water (Fat Flush Water)

    This is a great detox water for weight loss, and is specifically geared at getting certain fruits into your body that you otherwise might not eat. They’re using grapefruit here, one of the quintessential weight loss foods that seems to always get brought up when asked which foods help to lose the most weight. Grapefruit also is a fantastic detoxing food, which is often overlooked. They use tangerines for more citrus and sweetness, and cucumbers for added minerals.
    • 1/2 gallon water
    • 1 slice grapefruit
    • 1 tangerine, sliced
    • ½ cucumber, sliced
    • 2 peppermint or mint leaves
    • Ice

    Rinse grapefruit, tangerine, cucumber and mint leaves. Slice cucumber, grapefruit, and tangerine (or peel). Combine all ingredients in a half gallon pitcher. Allow the ingredients to sit for one hour for maximum benefits. Drink throughout the day.



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