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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • Remedies in your kitchen

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  • Nothing replaces a visit with a health care professional when you have a medical problem, but there are some issues that can be tamed with a simple visit to your pantry or fridge. Here’s some suggestions on how you can squelch some troublesome topics without going any further than your own kitchen, according to everydayhealth.com.
     
    Lavender. Lavender’s light purple shade has been shown to ease anxiety, while its scent eases muscle aches and tension by reducing spasms. A squeeze of a lavender hand lotion before bed can help lull you to sleep.
     
    Tart cherries. The anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties of tart cherries could work wonders to help squelch the pain of gout. Studies show that it may pay to pucker up with tart cherries to relieve aches and pains resulting from an intense workout or a pulled muscle.

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