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remedy

any drug or agent that cures a disease or controls its symptoms
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If you're taking any home remedy for an extended period, you may want to check with your doctor to see if there are any risks involved.
Once he has a successful home remedy experience, he feels obliged to share it with the online community.
Michael Killian of Home Remedy Construction LLC said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their property improvement projects at any budget.
Another home remedy, verbally handed down from an elderly man, was for chills and fever, or ague.
For example, salt water is to be applied on a mosquito bite, according to one home remedy, or chewed bread is put on a wound to prevent it from swelling.
Sliced cucumbers are a useful home remedy for puffy eyes
Now he's all trying to put toothpaste on it and swears it's a home remedy, I'm like 'Stop crying, you're NOT fired'.
Since yours has been tested, a home remedy might help ease the discomfort: Try covering the sore with a paste of baking soda and water, a moistened tea bag, or a little aloe juice several times a day.
Home Remedy May Help Prevent Surgery in Some Patients with Gallstones (North American Primary Care Research Group) Results of a study examining the efficacy of a traditional home remedy for inducing gallstone expulsion using lemon juice, olive oil, cascara sagrada, and garlic/castile enemas suggested that this protocol has the potential to safely eliminate the need for gallstone surgery in a substantial percentage of patients.
Health publications include copper bracelets as a home remedy that may help ease pain from arthritis in some people who seem to get an insufficient amount of copper in their diet," notes the spokesman.
I don't think that salmonella is listed as a home remedy.
355) leads me to ask if this explains the efficacy of that standard home remedy for preventing urinary tract infections: cranberry juice.