Don’t want to expose your children to potentially harmful chemicals when treating their sickness or pain?
Children possess a unique talent for catching colds, flus, and even just random bumps and bruises. Switching to natural therapies for some of these common problems might be a safer alternative for your children.
Here are some 100% natural therapies for children
#1. Sore throat? Coughing? Try propolis spray
Propolis has long been a go-to natural treatment for coughs and sore throats, especially when it comes to children. This is because it has a pleasant taste, so getting them to take it isn’t as hard.
Propolis is rich in antioxidants and can soothe sore throats and coughs almost immediately. It might even be completely cured in just a day or two!
A simple spray or two will do wonders for your children, while at the same time providing a pleasant taste without any unhealthy sugars or chemicals.
#2. Little bumps and bruises? Try arnica balm
Children are magnets for bumps and bruises due to their hyperactive nature and growing bodies.
Arnica balm provides quick pain-relief and helps heal those bumps and bruises quickly.
Arnica is a plant commonly grown in Siberia and parts of Eastern Europe. For centuries, it has been used in natural medicine as a pain-reliever.
Arnica extracts are commonly found in the form of balm or cream, that you can gently massage into the painful areas of your children. They will get instant pain relief and the bruises will be gone in no time.
#3. Coming down with a fever? Try apple cider vinegar
Maybe your child is coming down with a cold and has started heating up.
Apple cider vinegar has been used as a fever-reducing vinegar across the globe for centuries now.
You can soak a warm cloth in a 2-1 mixture of water and apple cider vinegar and apply to your child’s forehead and foot soles.
Or you can add a cup of apple cider vinegar to warm water and put them in for a bath.
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