Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sunburn,Tumors,Skin,Hives and Poison Ivy Natural Cures

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Sunburn

 

If you are subject to sunburn, eat a high beta-carotene diet.  Vitamins E and C help to prevent sunburn, which can lead to Skin Cancer.

 

 

Collagen and Skin – Take vitamin C to fight Collagen and to help keep your skin

looking fresh and young instead of dry and saggy.  Take Niacin for nice skin, and vitamin A for added protection, trim the fat to help prevent skin cancer and beta carotene beats harmful sun rays that harm the skin.

 

 

Tumors

 

Applying poultices of Comfrey to tumors (such as tumors in the nose and mouth) has been known to make the swelling and the tumor, gradually disappear, but you should seek immediate medical care first; self-treatment is not recommended unless your doctor approves. 

 

Note:  Both green and black teas have proven health benefits. Green tea is clearly the healthier choice.  In Japan, where green tea is a part of a typical daily diet, they have twice the smoking rate of the U.S., but only half the rate of lung cancer.  Green tea and tea extract contain strong antioxidants that can help stop the formation and development of some tumors.

 

 

Skin

 

For more beautiful and healthier skin, you need antioxidants, Vitamin D, Omega-3s, Coenzyme Q10, and 1,500mg of Glucosamine included in your daily diet. Ensure that you eat plenty of:

 

  • Berries
  • Broccoli
  • Cantaloupe
  • Fish (cod, mackerel, salmon, sardines, and tilapia)
  • Flaxseed and Flaxseed Oil
  • Fortified Eggs
  • Leafy Greens

 

Leslie Baumann, M.D. says, “Foods that are bad for your skin include refined sugar that causes the skin to age more quickly, making your skin dryer, thinner, and more prone to wrinkles, dairy foods may exacerbate acne, excessive alcohol may worsen Rosacea, and can lead to broken capillaries, and spicy foods can also aggravate Rosacea”.

To ensure soft, supple skin, eat the following:

 

  • Apricots
  • Cantaloupe
  • Carrots
  • Winter Squash

 

 

Hives

 

Stop the itch by soaking in Colloidal Oatmeal, (Aveeno)

 

 

Poison Ivy

 

To relieve the itch, soak a washcloth in cold milk and make a compress for your itchy skin.