Olive oil, coconut oil, and safflower oil are multifunctional moisturizers for dry skin, chapped lips, cuticles, and even hair.
Ginger tea has well-established anti-nausea effects. Peel and slice a 1-inch piece of ginger, then immerse it in boiling water for approximately five minutes. Add honey too.
A inexpensive bag of Epsom salts can relieve back pain from work or the gym. Pour a cup or two into a hot bath to ease fatigued, achy muscles. Soak for 20-30 minutes.
Aloe vera is a must-have for small burns, scrapes, and bug bites, as it is both a resilient plant and a flexible home remedy.
Local honey (or bee pollen) reduces seasonal allergies. Especially raw, organic, and hyper-local types containing local pollen.
Eczema and poison ivy, as well as dry skin in general, have long been treated using oatmeal-based medicines and home cures.
Tea tree oil's antifungal and germ-fighting characteristics can be added to homemade cleansers, nail fungus treatments, and (when diluted) acne creams.
If you have access to milk and a starter, you may easily make your own yogurt to supplement your diet with probiotics.
Honey is an excellent cough remedy due to its thick texture and antibacterial properties. To boost the healing effects, add a few cracks of black pepper.