Are all Home Remedies as Good as Considered?

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No matter what you’ve heard or how badly you want relief, home remedies do not work at all the times or can cause harm too. We are not saying they are not good at all but keep in mind that many don’t have any scientific research to back them up. Want to know more about them? Here are some important facts about these.

Honey:

This natural sweetener may work just as well for a cough as over the counter medicines. That could be especially helpful for children who aren’t old enough to take medicines. But don’t give it to an infant or a toddler younger than 1. There’s a little risk of a rare but serious kind of food poisoning that could be dangerous for them. To know more about food allergies about in kids log on to Marham.pk and book an appointment with the best pediatrician in Karachi, Lahore and all other main cities of Pakistan.

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Ginger:

It’s been used for thousands of years in Asian medicine to treat stomach aches, diarrhea, and nausea, and studies show that it works for nausea and vomiting and cold. But it’s not necessarily good for everyone. Some people get tummy trouble, heartburn, diarrhea, and gas because of it, and it may also affect how some medications work. So talk to your doctor, and use it with care.

Turmeric:

This spice has been hyped as being able to help with inflammation, but any research proving it correct isn’t there yet. Some small studies have shown that it may help with arthritis knee pain and mild skin rashes that happen after radiation treatment for cancer, though. If you try it, be moderate in usage as high doses can cause digestive problems. To relieve digestive problems you can find and consult with the best gastroenterologist in Islamabad, Karachi and all other main cities of Pakistan via Marham.pk.
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Peppermint:

Mint has been used for hundreds of years as a health remedy. Peppermint oil or juice is used to treat long-term digestive conditions that can cause cramps, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation and it may be good for headaches as well. More studies are needed to see how much it helps and why.

Cinnamon:

You may have heard that it can help control blood sugar for people who have prediabetes or diabetes. But there’s no evidence that it does anything for any medical condition. If you plan to try it, be careful: Cinnamon extracts can be bad for your liver in large doses. To consult the best liver doctor in Karachi, Lahore or other main cities you can log on to Marham.pk.

Talk with your doctor or pharmacist before trying any home remedy. This is even more important if you take prescription or over-the-counter medications.

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Tayyaba Waris
She is a student of Ph.D. molecular biology at Comsats University, Islamabad. She is working on the causes and treatment of male infertility. She has also worked on liver disease and its herbal treatments and has recently got her paper published in the National journal of Natural Pharmaceuticals. At Marham, she writes about hot medical issues and general health problems.

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