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Natural Homemade Mosquito/Insect/Bug Repellent

This natural homemade insect repellent is great for mosquitos, flies, and other annoying warm season bugs. Use the recipes as they are or tweak to your liking and begin applying your bug spray with confidence. You’ll never buy commercial sprays again!

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The Croup Virus and How to Treat it Naturally

The croup virus has hit a lot of homes lately, and we learned that natural ways to treat croup in infants isn’t an exact science. Here are a few natural suggestions that help a mild case of croup runs its course.

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Home Remedy Relief of PMS & Menstrual Cramps

Home remedies for menstrual cramps have been around as long as PMS itself. Let’s dig into those archives so we can manage PMS and cramps naturally and avoid taking prescription and over-the-counter medications.

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Fever Remedies: Make a Natural Fever Relief Tea

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, mums are used fresh and dried for fever remedies, colds, and to support the liver. For this fever relief tea we added peppermint, catnip, and honey for taste and extra kick.

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Treat Earaches Naturally with Homemade Mullein Oil

Pain in the ear? Consider making homemade mullein oil before reaching for those prescription solutions. This oil is a simple, natural earache remedy and will work whether it is a viral or bacterial ear infection.

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Natural Remedies for Treating Eczema Flare-Ups

The natural remedies for eczema in this article (both internal and external) can help relieve the pain and itching of the eczema rash by treating the cause of the problem, not the symptoms. Whether it’s something you’re eating, applying, or otherwise, following these suggestions should help.

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Red Clover: A Natural Remedy for Arthritis & Asthma

Red clover: a natural remedy for arthritis and asthma! It can be used in tea, as a flour additive, added to salads, added to soups, and even as a vitamin supplement! You can also pull the individual flowers from the flower heads (like when you were a child) and add them to rice dishes and casseroles.