Every time we are dealing with some health issue probably most of us rush to the nearest pharmacy to get some medication for that illness. But, why not consider trying some natural remedies you already have in your kitchen. Continue reading to see what nature has to offer as a substitute for chemical remedies.

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Cloves for Toothache
Cloves have analgesic and antiseptic properties. If you can’t reach your dentist right away, chewing cloves can help you obtain toothache relief.
Ginger for Muscle Pain
Ginger’s anti-inflammatory properties will help you with painful and swollen muscles. Make yourself a nice cup of ginger tea or add it to your meals or juices.
Garlic for Earache
Earache is a very unpleasant and painful experience. Just drop a few drops of garlic oil two times a day in your ear and your pain should subside. Or you can wrap some crushed garlic in a piece of cloth and place it in your ear.
Apple cider vinegar for Heartburn
If you are experiencing heartburn, mix 1 tbsp. of ACV in a glass of water and slowly sip until you feel relief from the heartburn.

Turmeric for Chronic pain
Turmeric is 3 times more efficient than the OTC painkillers in treating chronic aches and pains. This is because turmeric has the ability to limit the production of the hormones that induce pain.
Salt for Foot pain
Have you ever experienced that nasty pain caused by an infected ingrown nail? Well, soaking your foot in warm water with added salt can make your misery go away.
Pineapple for Bloated belly
Eating pineapples will help you get rid of gas. These juicy tropical fruits are packed with dietary fiber and enzymes, both of which help in the breakdown of food.
Horseradish for Sinuses
One teaspoon of grated horseradish added to your meal can help you with sinusitis. This pungent root promotes blood circulation and aids open up clogged sinuses.
Honey for Oral sores
Apply some honey on the affected area up to 4 times per day and your problems will be solved.

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Tomato juice for Leg cramps
Tomatoes are rich in potassium that helps with painful leg cramps. Drinking tomato juice on a regular basis will save you from that nasty pain.
Flaxseed for Breast pain
Phytoestrogens found in flaxseed help avoid hormonal spikes that cause tender breasts. Sprinkle some flaxseed on cereals, salads, oatmeal or yogurt to fight breast pain naturally.
Peppermint for Tensed muscles
Add around 15 drops of peppermint oil in your bath water and stay in it until you feel completely relaxed.