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7 Ailments That Could Be Treated By The Lemon, Salt And Pepper Trio! by Toni




7 Ailments That Could Be Treated By The Lemon, Salt, And Pepper Trio!


by Toni

The Healthiest Alternative.com        10 April 2015

People have been using natural ingredients to soothe and treat various health conditions for thousands of years. Some of these ingredients can be found in every’s person kitchen, including lemon, salt, and pepper.
Salt is great at moving water out of the body’s tissues, which can lower both inflammation and pain caused by inflammation.
Lemon juice and the peel are also beneficial because of the antioxidant content and the way it cuts through congestion.
When it comes to pepper, there are two types of pepper used in home remedies, cayenne pepper, and black pepper. Both are rich in flavonoids and antioxidants good for your immune system. Also, they can reduce pain, improve the function of your digestive system, break up mucus, and improve circulation.
Here are 7 ailments that can be treated by this trio:
1.Sore throat
This trio can help soothe a sore throat and may even help you to get over it faster. Lemon juice contains citric acid, which helps break up mucus in the throat. Also, it is a natural antiseptic and contains vitamin C, which is known for its powerful antioxidant activity.
Salt helps drawn water from the swollen tissues in the throat and provides some pain relief. On the other site, cayenne pepper contains capsaicin, which is a natural pain reliever.
2.Nasal problems
Salt water is useful for helping open up the sinuses. When applied with a net pot, it can open up the sinus tissues and flush out mucus.
On the other site, lemon can open up blocked sinuses, but don’t snort it. Adding black pepper or cayenne pepper in it can stimulate the nose to run, and loosen dried mucus.
3.Nausea
The strong smell of lemon is able to help ease nausea and it promotes constriction of the gastric tissue to move whatever is causing your trouble into your digestive tract.
Cayenne pepper also helps stimulate gastric secretion and the movement of the esophagus. Also, the small amount of salt will help drain off the toxins from the stomach tissue that may be causing the problem.
4.Toothache
The salt will drain out the fluid from the swollen gums and the pepper can provide some pain relief.
A little lemon peel grated and mixed in can help strengthen the gum tissue and adds the support of vitamin C, which boosts the immunity and helps your body fight off an infection.
5.Asthma
Lemon juice is rich in vitamin C, and by adding this essential vitamin to your diet you will boost your immunity and might make your body less susceptible to the factors that cause an asthma flare-up.
Cayenne pepper and black pepper also contain antioxidants that strengthen the immune system.
6.Cold and flu
When you combine all these 3 ingredients, you’ll get the benefits of the bacteria and virus fighting flavonoids and antioxidants it contains.
Lemon backs it up with a punch of Vitamin C. Both the salt and black pepper help break up some of the mucus in the throat.
Of course, these three ingredients can relieve the other symptoms of a cold or flu, such as nausea, sinus issues, sore throat, or just feeling blue because of it.
7.Depression
If you are dealing with depression, these three ingredients may help out too. Depression is associated with low potassium and sodium levels. Lemons are rich in potassium. Easing up on your low-salt diet may also help and you could consider incorporating natural sea salt or Himalayan salt, which don’t have the added chemicals of processed table salt.
Black pepper is rich in piperine, which stimulates the nervous system and may ease depression.
Salt, pepper, and lemon are three very common ingredients you can keep stocked in the kitchen. Incorporate these items into your meals, and reach for them the next time you experience any of these symptoms.
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2 comments:

Martin Kloess said...

Interesting, thank you for sharing.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

You are very welcome Martin.

Kindest regards,
Mike