How To Use Household Items To Make Natural Remedies

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Summer is a great time of year to enjoy the outdoors, but sometimes that means dealing with bee stings, poison ivy, and sunburns. And treatment can sometimes get expensive. So Dr. Kendra Becker, a naturopathic physician, shares natural remedies using common household  products.


  • Sunburns: Aloe, ice packs, coconut oil
  • Bee stings: Baking soda, Betonite clay, APIS homeopathic
  • Poison ivy: Betonite clay and tea tree oil, mineral oil scrub, Jewel Weed
  • Tick removal: Dish soap
  • Cool down: Iced peppermint tea, cucumbers
  • Hives – Baking soda (taken internally), Vitamin C, ice

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