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  1. photo Inner and outer ear infections home remediesInner and outer ear infections home remediesNotícia
    blood circulation in the area. Alternating hot and cold will increase circulation, even more.Warm oil in the ear (coconut oil or olive oil) loosens and melts ear wax. (Take care to be sure the oilLeia mais
  2. photo Cranberry health benefits and natural remedies - with raw food recipeCranberry health benefits and natural remedies - with raw food recipeNotícia
    , proanthocyanidins, anthocyanins, flavonoids, and triterpenoids and they are high in fiber, vitamin C, and manganese.Cranberry extracts support the immune system and have been proven to reduced the risk of coldsLeia mais
  3. photo Foods that detox heavy metals - with tonic recipeFoods that detox heavy metals - with tonic recipeNotícia
    cold and the flu, lowers blood pressure, lowers LDL cholesterol, and is an antioxidant. It is also antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic. Amazingly enough, it also bindsand helps us todetox. It'sLeia mais
  4. photo What to do if you catch a <b>cold</b> or the flu - with homemade tonic recipeWhat to do if you catch a cold or the flu - with homemade tonic recipeNotícia
    infection, you are cutting the viral load at the point those little suckers are trying to mass produce. You are actively killing them off their armies each time you gargle. Even if the cold or flu takes holdLeia mais
  5. photo Enjoy the many health benefits using apple cider vinegarEnjoy the many health benefits using apple cider vinegarNotícia
    . For low stomach acid or sluggish digestion,is an easy to use digestive aid. Simply add one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to one glass of water (warm or cold) and sip with each meal. Alternatively, you canLeia mais
  6. photo Apple Cider with SpicesApple Cider with SpicesReceita
    to your fingers, toes, friends and foes. Warm Your Fingers and ToesWith the cool winds of autumn beginning to blow through many regions, you may find your body feeling cold and congested, longingLeia mais
  7. photo Apple Sauce with Ginger & GheeApple Sauce with Ginger & GheeReceita
    ? It's a familiar American adage that deserves a renaissance, but with a twist. In Ayurveda, a cooked apple - not a raw one - keeps the doctor away. Raw apples are cold, drying and might not digest easilyLeia mais 100.011 votos
  8. photo Conner Middelmann Whitney Interview Part TwoConner Middelmann Whitney Interview Part TwoTratamento
    located only a few blocks away from our hotel. It was just too cold to walk much further! There, Mrs. Healthy Fellow and I enjoyed a steaming bowl of cream of cauliflower soup and a dozen escargot gentlyLeia mais
  9. photo If You Eat Garlic and Honey On an Empty Stomach For 7 Days, This Is What Happens To Your BodyIf You Eat Garlic and Honey On an Empty Stomach For 7 Days, This Is What Happens To Your BodyTratamento
    disease, and lowers cholesterol and blood pressure levels. It also heals minor ailments like bug bites, common cold, flu, hay fever, fungal infections, and traveler’s diarrhea. Garlic efficientlyLeia mais
  10. photo Long before pills, our ancestors used these 12 natural antibiotics to survive infectionsLong before pills, our ancestors used these 12 natural antibiotics to survive infectionsNotícia
    and create a paste to apply to skin. Garlic: Again, more than just a wonderful seasoning, the garlic plant has very powerful qualities. It can fight the common cold, keeping germs at bay before they haveLeia mais

photo Cold urticaria

Cold urticaria

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Cold Urticaria (essentially meaning "cold hives") is an allergy[citation needed] where hives (urticaria) or large red welts form on the skin after exposure to a cold stimulus. The welts are usually itchy and often the hands and feet will become itchy and swollen as well. Hives vary in size from about 7mm in diameter to as big as about 27mm diameter or larger. The disease is classified as...Mais