Holistic Remedies

Holistic Remedies

Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person — body, mind, spirit, and emotions — in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, one can achieve optimal health — the primary goal of holistic medicine practice — by gaining proper balance in life.

Cranberry Juice

Cranberry juice is one of the most popular home remedies for urinary tract infections. It contains many substances that would clear and prevent bacteria from spreading or binding with your urinary tract, thus speeding up your recovery. Antioxidants in cranberry can provide many anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits, which are important in helping the body fight against infections. Ideally, you should drink around 50 to 150 ml on a daily basis to get the best results. Make sure to choose unsweetened versions to prevent some side effects of sugar.

Tumeric & Salt

Best natural remedy for a sore throat is to gargle with turmeric and salt. Mix: ½ cup of warm water ½ tsp salt ¼ tsp powdered turmeric After you gargle, don’t drink or eat anything for at least ½ hr for the salt and turmeric to do their job of killing bacteria. You can repeat this as often as you need throughout the day.


Peppermint has long been used as an herbal remedy to treat gastrointestinal ailments. Nowadays, peppermint oil and leaves are commonly used to treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Symptom relief is likely owed to the menthol found in peppermint, which has an antispasmodic effect on the intestinal smooth muscle. Menthol is also used in various over-the-counter topical products targeting respiratory congestion, headache, and muscle pain.


Muscle cramps, Low magnesium levels result in a buildup of lactic acid, causing pain and tightness in your muscles.”I use both a supplement as well as Epsom salt in baths to get an extra hit of this awesome mineral while I’m relaxing in the tub,” Sepel said.

Liquid Chlorophyll

Liquid Chlorophyll is the dark green pigment found in plants, and has a molecular structure to hemoglobin (the substance that’s responsible for transporting oxygen around the body.) Add a tablespoon to your bottle of water to boost red blood cells, improve oxygen, increase energy, help body odor, protect from cancer, help regulate bowel movements, and increase your intake of  magnesium, vitamins, folic acid, iron, calcium and protein.


Gingseng extract is an age-old cure for fatigue–you’ve probably noticed it in many energy drinks. Try a ginseng tea and ditch all the nasty additives in fizzy energy sodas.