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10 home remedies for headaches - relaxation
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10 home remedies for headaches - relaxation

Headaches in particular often occur in connection with stress and tension. Yoga, autogenic training and sports can help here, as can acupressure or facial gymnastics. (Image: Viacheslav Iakobchuk / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.

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10 home remedies for sunburn - potatoes

Potato slices or cucumber slices are also well-known home remedies for cooling sunburn, as is a porridge made from starch and water or from sugar and protein. The starch (contained in potatoes) relieves the symptoms and has an anti-inflammatory effect, cucumber cools and moisturizes. (Image: M.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - aloe vera

A good home remedy for sunburn is the juice of aloe vera. The juice from the fresh plant, if available, is best suited, and cooling gels with aloe are also a good choice. (Image: weyo / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - NSAIDs

Anti-inflammatory pain relievers, so-called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) or ibuprofen, help relieve pain and prevent inflammation. These are particularly recommended in the case of severe sunburn. (Image: samjonah / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - curd cheese

Quark, yogurt, buttermilk or milk are often mentioned as a tip for sunburn. Eggplant with yogurt is an old home remedy from Australia. In the case of severe sunburn, however, you should avoid treatment with dairy products, since the lactic acid bacteria can additionally irritate the skin or even cause inflammation.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - medicinal herbs

Medicinal herbs for sunburn, which are for example available as an envelope or in the form of ointments, are chamomile, nettle, arnica, oak bark, poplar buds and lavender. They have an anti-inflammatory effect and promote wound healing. (Image: juefraphoto / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - cooling

You can simply use damp cloths or T-shirts for cooling. Other options are a porridge of water and healing earth or cooled tea (black, green or chamomile tea) in the form of compresses or placed directly as a tea bag. (Image: Ludmila Smite / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - whey bath

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute readingA bath with whey or oatmeal soothes and moisturizes the skin. Oatmeal also relieves itching and has an anti-inflammatory effect. (Image: hjschneider / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - drinking

If you have a sunburn, you should drink plenty of fluids to moisturize the skin from the inside. The best are water or light fruit spritzers. (Image: rcfotostock / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - creams and lotions

Creams, gels and lotions - from the pharmacy or self-made - provide the skin with moisture and support it with ingredients such as dexpanthenol, calendula, photolyase and witch hazel during regeneration. Zinc ointment has an antiseptic and wound healing effect and is also an option. (Image: fotoduets / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - ginger

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute reading Ginger has an anti-inflammatory effect and strengthens the immune system. Ginger is therefore not only recommended for those with an allergic runny nose. (Image: Angela Rohde / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - eucalyptus and peppermint

Eucalyptus and peppermint oils are particularly suitable, whether as an oil bath or for inhalation. If hay fever occurs in connection with bronchial mucus and cough, inhaling with salt water or fennel oil also helps. In addition, sea buckthorn oil is ideal for rubbing irritated nasal mucous membranes.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - eyebright

A compress with eyebright helps with itchy eyes. To do this, pour a quarter liter of boiling water over a tablespoon of eyebright, filter and let cool. This soaks sterile compresses, which are then placed on the eyes. (Image: tinadefortunata / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains only general information and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - herbal tea

Home remedies always include tea recipes, such as yarrow tea (antibacterial and anti-inflammatory), milk thistle (reduces histamine release) and nettle (blocks histamine release) or sage tea (disinfectant). (Photo: Madeleine Steinbach / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - black cumin oil

Black cumin oil can be used preventively or for acute complaints. If you don't like the taste, you can also use capsules. (Image: Andrea / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - wild mallow

A macerate (cold extract) of the wild mallow can be particularly helpful due to the anti-irritant mucilage in the case of throat problems due to a pollen allergy. Boiling water must not be poured over the plant because this will destroy the mucilage. (Image: Bruno / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - diet

Prefer fresh, vitamin-rich food that contains little histamine and strengthens the immune system. Vitamin C is particularly important for hay fever because it acts like an antihistamine. A healthy intestinal flora is also a prerequisite for a well-functioning immune system. (Image: tbralnina / fotolia.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - propolis

No resultShow all results No resultShow all results No resultShow all results1 minute readingPropolis strengthens the immune system and inhibits the release of histamine. Applied externally in the form of ointments, it can also soothe the irritated nasal mucosa and has an anti-bacterial effect.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - hygiene

Regular vacuuming, ventilation in times of low pollen (these vary depending on where you live), do not leave laundry worn outside in the bedroom and washing your hair before going to bed - all this reduces the pollen load. (Image: REDPIXEL / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for sunburn - coconut oil

Coconut oil is a good choice, especially for mild sunburns. In the case of severe sunburns, oil-based agents as well as acidic ones (e.g. citric acid) are advised against in order not to "clog" the skin pores or to additionally irritate the skin. (Image: emuck / fotolia.com) Author and source information Important note: This article contains general information only and must not be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.
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10 home remedies for hay fever - Manuka honey

Manuka honey with a high MGO content (methylglyoxal) can be taken preventively, in the pollen-free period, but also in the acute stage. The regular consumption of regional honey should also help, by desensitizingly adjusting to the locally occurring and allergy-causing pollen - according to the theory.
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