Some foods, like beans and raw veggies, are more likely to cause gas and bloating, but if you find flatulence to be too common of an occurrence for you, is better to take a digestive enzyme with your meals. In the meantime, make use of digestive spices such as ginger, anise, peppermint, coriander, and dill. You can make a tea with these ingredients or incorporate them into your food.
Many people will find relieve by rubbing aloe vera gel onto the scalp (leave it on for 20 minutes than rinse it out). Or rinse your scalp with apple cider vinegar. This should help with dry, itchy scalp.
Headache and Migraine
Try rubbing a good clinically graded peppermint or lavender essential oil on your temples and the base of your neck; sniffing these oils may also help. Have some green tea, and ice it to dull the throbbing (We recommend to apply the ice on for no more than 5 minutes on and off and repeat for about 20 minutes)
Indigestion and Heartburn
You should consider why you’re getting heartburn in the first place. Did you overeat? Having too much grease or spicy foods? Eating late at night? Scout out the cause and try to stop this before it happens. But even if you don’t find the cause PLEASE, put down the antacids they are causing more harm then good.
The belching, bloat, and heartburn caused by indigestion happens because you don’t have enough stomach acid to begin with. Try one tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and drink 6 to 8oz’s of water before every meal, this will help break down the excess food that is causing you trouble and bring your stomach back to balance.
Try sniffing a real good peppermint or lavender essential oil.
Give some of these remedies a try before you reach for an over the counter or prescription drug. For more advise on natural remedies, please call us anytime at 786-360-6355