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Natural Remedies for Cataract

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Cataract is an ailment that occurs during the old age. It is basically the clouding of the eye lens, which acts as a hindrance, making clear viewing difficult. Cataracts happen naturally to older people. Throughout their lives, their eyes have been subjected to direct sunlight and ultraviolet rays. Creating radicals …

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Benefits of Jamun Fruit / Black Plum

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1. Medicine for digestive ailments. 2.Controlling diabetes. 3.Helping with heart disease. 4.Helping with bleeding hemorrhoids. 5.Increasing the production of hemoglobin. 6.Protecting liver. 7.Good for skin. 8.Teeth care. 9.Treating sore throat and cough. 10.Treating cut and bruises. 11.Improves immunity. 12.Prevents cancers. 13.Improves bone strength. 14.Treats infections. 15.Treating asthma. 16.Contraceptive for men. …

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Natural Remedies for Sinus Pain

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Most people have experienced sinus pain and pressure at some point in their lives and most recover without any prescribed medications. But there are a number of natural sinus pain remedies that can offer relief, whether your symptoms are due to the common cold, allergies, or a sinus infection (sinusitis). …

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How to deal with Breast Pain ?

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Breast pain, also known as mastalgia, is a very common complaint among women, especially during the menstrual cycle. Some of the signs of mastalgia are stabbing pain, heaviness, soreness, tenderness and swelling in both breasts. The pain may be mild to severe and occur constantly or only occasionally. Breast pain …

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Remedies for Allergies

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An allergy is a disorder of the immune system that causes symptoms, such as sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, and a runny nose. A parent with an allergy is more likely to pass it to their child, and the child’s allergy is also likely to be more severe. Identical twins …

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Remedies for Indigestion

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Indigestion, also known by the medical term dyspepsia, is due to a problem in the secretion of digestive juices in the stomach. Usually indigestion occurs after eating spicy or fatty foods or overeating. It can also be triggered or made worse due to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), irritable bowel syndrome, …

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