Most people deal with small problems from time to time, but do not always want to go to the doctor for only a minor problem. Fortunately, there is an easy way to treat some small trouble using common items found in your own home. Besides baking soda, we bring to you some more tips to help you quickly.
Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3) is probably the only harmless inorganic substance that has shown multiple beneficial effects as a drug, a cosmetic agent, detergent, hygiene and humane care, fragrance and other adsorbent. Also, the soda is one of the food additives that encoded by the European Union, is listed in the permitted additives, identified as E500.
Check this “do it yourself” medicine and quickly recover from any problems!
Black tea for burns
To relieve the pain of burns, put wet black tea bag on the affected area and press. Antioxidants in tea act as immediate salve.
Apple cider vinegar for sore throat
Sore throat will ease in an instant if you flush the throat with the mixture of apple cider vinegar and water every hour.
Mint for hangover
Mint is often used as an energy enhancer in aromatherapy. Drinking mint tea – or even smell some mint leaves – will wake you up.
Baking soda for heartburn
It will help reduce the level of acidity in the stomach that causes heartburn.
Honey for cuts and small wounds
The use of honey in the place of a cut can help speed up the healing process. Just be sure to use raw honey because processed honey contains the same healing properties.
Baking soda for bee stings
Apply baking soda mixed with water to a bee sting, it will help neutralize the acidity of the venom.