Next, I would like to recommend a few "daily needs" to address various "little problems" mentioned above.
1. Peppermint (relieves bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other gastrointestinal symptoms, relieves headache)
Peppermint has been used as a remedy for hundreds of years. Previously, with its help, "mint was applied to wound" to relieve pain and stop bleeding. Mint sounds like "cool and refreshing", so what are specific effects of mint? Peppermint oil can help treat irritable bowel syndrome (a condition that can cause digestive symptoms such as cramps, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation), and peppermint can help with headaches.
2. Honey (cough relief, constipation)
This natural cough suppressant is just as good as over-the-counter medicines, which is especially helpful for children who are not old enough to take prescription medicines. Worth noting: Do not give honey to infants or children under 1 year of age because gastrointestinal tract of infants at this time cannot digest this nutritious sugar and can even cause serious side effects such as food poisoning.
At same time, honey also has a laxative and constipation-relieving effect, which everyone should know about.
3. Ginger (cough/cold relief, gastrointestinal symptoms)
In addition to being used as a seasoning to enhance taste of food (to eliminate fishy smell), what other functions does ginger serve? Ginger tea/ginger soup is what we are familiar with. When you have a cold or cough in winter, drink some hot ginger tea/ginger soup to warm your stomach and lungs. It is very effective for nasal congestion and cough. What's more, some research suggests that ginger can be used to treat nausea and vomiting, and there's even some evidence that ginger can help ease menstrual cramps.
4. Garlic (lowers cholesterol, lowers blood pressure)
Garlic is also an important condiment. It is also a good choice for people suffering from colds and coughs. In fact, garlic can also lower cholesterol and reduce blood pressure, cancer risk.
5. Green tea (rich in antioxidants, boosts immunity)
These soothing "drinks" are not only invigorating and invigorating, but are also an excellent source of powerful antioxidants that protect cells from damage, boost immunity and help fight disease. Green tea may even lower your chances of heart disease and certain types of cancer, such as skin, breast, lung, and colon cancer.
6. Chicken soup (to fight a cold and recover from a serious illness)
It turns out my grandmother was right when she was a child: chicken soup cures a cold.
Chicken soup is a very nutritious substance that can strengthen body and boost immunity, whether for patients after a serious illness or for those who are weak and sick. Thus, drinking chicken soup after a cold can relieve symptoms of cough and fever, as well as speed up recovery.
7. Hot bath (speeds up blood circulation)
Hot baths are good for anything that affects your entire body, including muscles, bones, and tendons (the tissue that connects your muscles to your bones), such as relief from arthritis, back pain, and various joint pains. A hot bath can speed up blood circulation, speed up body's metabolic rate, detoxify body, etc., and relieve all-day fatigue, especially after fitness, and a hot bath will help you fall asleep faster, allowing you to enjoy "good sleep."
8. Ice pack (ice pack, relieves pain or swelling)
For 48 hours after injury, use frozen ice packs or wet washcloths with ice to relieve pain and swelling. Further progress. In addition, for some headaches (such as vascular headache), applying ice packs can relieve following symptoms.This article is a scientific popularization of health knowledge, I hope you enjoy it or comment below comments! If there are any bugs or areas that need improvement, please point it out and criticize! Thank you!