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10 (Very) Strange Home Remedies That Really Work

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2. Toothpaste For Insect Bites:

Try dabbing a small amount of toothpaste on an insect bite to relieve the sting and itch. It’s quite likely that the benefit in this case is brought about by the peppermint – in which case you might also want to try a small drop of peppermint essential oil and see if that works even better.



3. Onion Juice For Earaches:

I used to get hideous earaches a lot as a child and this is quite common. Onion has antiseptic qualities: First boil the onion until it is soft, then when cool squeeze out the juice. Apply 2 to 5 drops of this juice into the affected ear using a dropper.



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6 Comments

  • By Lori, January 21, 2015 @ 5:11 am

    Interested

  • By Maria, December 2, 2015 @ 8:30 am

    I am going to try some of these remedies , i hope it works for me.

  • By Ms Terry Speck, February 22, 2016 @ 3:13 am

    The onion at night in the bedroom I have read is true but you don’t have to chop it into pieces. Just cut it in half and put it in a jar that has a lid. Do not put the lid on until the next morning. Just take the lid off at night. You can use it for at least 3 nights.

  • By Helen Cano, April 28, 2017 @ 2:46 pm

    I can vouch for Vicks curing toe nail fungus. I had a nasty fungus for years. Tried the over the counter cures to no avail. The podiatrist wanted to remove my nail. I read about Vicks and figured what the heck. It works. Apply to area every nite put on your sox. It works on most fungus, also helps with callous. Vicks also works to stop coughing. Apply to soles of feet put on sox. Good luck

  • By elizabeth, October 6, 2017 @ 3:42 am

    I swear by the bar of soap for restless leg. Works best with Dove.

  • By Janet W, February 13, 2018 @ 2:20 am

    yes, Vick’s works on toenail fungus. I had an ugly toenail for several years, when I heard about the Vick’s trick for toenails. I had used an cheaper brand of medicated rub, applied enough to cover the nail generously then I covered the nail completely with 2 band-aides, one in each direction (around and over the top) to keep the medicine contained. I did this once or twice daily for at least two to three weeks. Your nail will get very soft and flaky. Remember to dispose of your bandages and use clean socks ( this is a fungus, therefore possibly contagious) after you stop treatment watch your nail as it grows out , if the new nail is normal looking you are good, if not just continue treatment for another week or so. Remember to wash all your socks so you don’t reinfect your self. On a side note; I noticed that the Vick’s made my nails soft so when I had a client with ingrown toe nails i used this treatment to soften his toenails and eased his pain until he could get to the doctor.

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