Health & Wellness Remedies & Natural Treatments.

Our health defines who we are. It determines the things we can or can’t do, where we can go, how happy we are, how well we can function, and even how long we’ll be around for. Our bodies in turn are what define our health, and therefore all of the above as well. While the human body may be complex, it can still be treated simply and naturally. Being made up of organic stuff like tissues and cells and blood, natural is really the language it understands best anyways. Instead of constantly reaching for chemical-laden medication take some time to try out less abrasive ways of feeling better, and help your health stay sound and wholesome in not just the short-term, but the long-term as well.

14 Home Remedies for Arthritis & Joint Pain

Our joints are what give us glorious freedom of movement, but being subjected to so much wear and tear (not to mention just the aging process itself) it’s no wonder they start to have problems functioning the way the used to. Be it rheumatoid or osteoarthritis, arthritis is a condition that is often treated with an abundance of prescriptions and OTC painkillers. Despite the “need” for these drugs, there are natural alternatives to keeping your joints healthy and comfortable.

11 Home Remedies to Get Rid of Canker Sores

Who hasn’t had one of these pesky buggers as some point in their lives? It’s no fun talking with a lisp, chewing on one side of your mouth, and maybe accidently drooling a little during a business conference because, well, you’re trying to accommodate for a tender sore on the tender inside of your mouth! Good news-a few simple home remedies can help you avoid these dreadful scenarios all together.

16 Home Remedies to Relieve Constipation

We always hear about nature calling, but what if it doesn’t? What is there’s nothing to answer to? When constipation sets in this a question that many of us have to face, and we often face it alone. Before you give into that desperate I’ll-do-anything-just-to-go mode and run to the store, take a moment look around your house first. The answer to your bathroom woes may be closer than you think, and using an alternative to over-the-counter laxatives increases the likelihood that you won’t be feeling forgotten by nature again anytime soon.

12 Ways to Get Rid of Gas & Bloating

You’re bloated, uncomfortable, and would give anything to relieve all the pressure, but the moment of relief never times itself right-you can’t exactly let loose during a critical business meeting or in the middle of giving a speech. These scenarios are unpleasant for you (and sometimes the person sitting next to you) but with the use of some solid home remedies, you can avoid them altogether.

18 Helpful Remedies to Relieve Headache Pain & Tension

Do you find that you’re all too familiar with that painful pounding in your head? A lot of us are. Busy, stressful, lives mean tension, and tension means headaches. So. Many. Headaches. Common as they are a headache can ruin even the best of days, and make it hard to do something as simple as read or drive. If you find yourself getting knocked down by one, whether it’s caused by a migraine or simply stress, these natural remedies can help you get back up and stay on your feet.

15 Natural Remedies for Heartburn & Severe Acid Reflux

It’s as unpleasant as its name implies, but heartburn itself isn’t your problem, it’s a symptom of one. While there is no shortage of medications available to manage the burning, gnawing, aching sensation, relieving your heartburn may be as simple as switching up your diet or chewing a piece of gum. Try out some of these ideas to naturally treat the problem causing your heartburn, and therefore treat the heartburn itself, without forming a dependency on OTC management.

14 Soothing Remedies for Nausea & Upset Stomach

A bad bout of nausea, which would be any bout of nausea, can bring your life to a whirling, swirling, crashing halt. They can strike when you’re in a car, on an airplane, going to school, right before your wedding…pretty much anytime that’s the worst possible time to start feeling sick. Luckily there are a number of simple ways to manage the unpleasant sensation, at home or out and about, and get on with your life.

18 Natural Sleep Aids to Get Better Sleep

Sleep is vital. Without it, our bodies wouldn’t grow, we wouldn’t have memories…we simply wouldn’t be able to exist. Why, then, is it so hard to come by? With more and more stressors in your life, these home remedies can help you find the solid rest that you not only need, but deserve.

22 Natural Sore Throat Remedies to Help Soothe the Pain

We need our throats, but we kind of take them for granted-until something goes wrong. We use them to breathe, eat, drink, and talk, all which pretty much make up our day-to-day existence, so when a throat starts to hurt living becomes miserable. When you find yourself waiting one out, turn to some of these at-home ways to help ease the pain.

12 Ways to Help You Snooze Without Snoring

Is snoring more unpleasant for the snorer, or the person sleeping next to them? That’s debatable, but it’s pretty much undisputed that snoring is generally not a good thing, no matter which side of the bed you’re on. Short of pressurized masks or surgery, not a whole lot can be done for snoring unless it involves lifestyle changes. If you’re always doing the middle-of-the-night elbow, or always getting elbowed in the middle of the night, try out some simple habit changes to help you get a better nights rest.

How to Lose Weight Naturally (22 Home Remedies)

It is one of the most common struggles that people face today, but weight loss isn’t something that’s easy to conquer. There is no magic bullet, no overnight pill that makes the pounds melt away. These remedies don’t focus on those unrealistic shortcuts, because there are no shortcuts. Instead, they focus on incorporating healthy routines and helpful “remedies” into your everyday life. Stick to your routine, and you are well on your way to feeling and looking your best.


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  1. Laurie says:

    I just found you through Pinterest and wanted to take a moment to stop by to tell you that I love you. Thank you! 🙂 <3

  2. anne says:

    love this page with all the knowledge.

  3. estelle becker says:

    what about menopause???

  4. Crystal says:

    Could you consider having posts including insomnia, anxiety, strengthening the gums, or remineralizing teeth? Enamel is so hard to get back. P.S. – I appreciate your website and references. I recommend it to friends and family 🙂

    • Claire (Everyday Roots) says:

      Insomnia and anxiety will be happening for sure, and we’ll definitely consider the enamel and gums post! Thank you for recommending us, that means alot 🙂

      • phil says:

        I had bad cavities and I started taking calcium and vitamin c pills and slowly my teeth are healing. The complete painless dentistry.

  5. LeAnn Slinglend says:

    I love that I had already been a user of some of your remedies and will try out the others if needed in the future. There is one though I was wondering if you knew of a way to get rid of cold sores sooner and with less pain? The only one that I had come up with was putting a small ice pack on it for 20 minutes on and 10 minutes off for an hour and a half. It takes the fever out of it and causes it to not hurt for the time but after it warms up it starts hurting again. It does go away after a week instead of the usual 2 weeks. I am not always near ice to make a pack, so I wondered if there was an essential oil or something that I could make up and carry with me when I have a flare up? I am looking forward to hearing back from you, thank you.

  6. Tonia Sparks says:

    I’m looking for a mosquito repellant for humans and pets ?

    • Jessica McIntosh says:

      my grandpa used to use a collar made out of pennyroyal on his cattle dogs. not sure about one for humans though.

  7. Joyce says:

    My husband has servere hip pain and it goes down his leg into his knee, What can I do for him?

    • Claire (Everyday Roots) says:

      Hi Joyce,

      I am sorry to hear about your husband’s pain-it sounds dreadful. I would visit the doctor first to find out what is causing it to rule out anything serious. Especially if it is severe. You don’t have to take their advice, but I think it’s important you find out what it is all about before trying home remedies-you don’t want to make it worse on accident.

      If you do know, where does the pain originate from? Is it from an old injury, a fall, is it in the hip joint itself? If the latter is the case, there will be an arthritis and joint pain list posted here shortly (it will be announced on facebook as well). Is it constant, or sporadic? The cause of the pain will determine how it can be helped/treated. One thing he could try would be taking turmeric capsules/supplements to help with the pain, otherwise ice and doing special hip exercises/stretches can help. There are also pain relieving creams and salves that you can try. You should only try these after figuring out where the problem lies-otherwise there’s always the risk of doing more harm than good.

      I wish I could give you more advice but I am really not a doctor, and again, suggest you see one before trying anything at home. I hope he feels better soon, and let me know if you have anymore questions.

  8. Heather says:

    I just hopped over to facebook to ‘like’ your page, and I noticed you had shared several ‘health’ related articles (wart remedies, bad breath remedies, etc) that are not listed on this page? Is this page on your site new so not all articles are referenced/organized yet? I would love to see all the health-related articles you have linked here- it would be SUCH a tremendous resource! Of course I understand this may take a lot of work to go through and link to older articles, but it would be a blessing to all of us searching online for answers ;). Also, I noticed that you haven’t responded to the comments/questions above, is there a reason for this?

    • Claire (Everyday Roots) says:

      Hi Heather,

      Thank you for drawing my attention back to this page-I haven’t responded because I simply don’t visit it much and check for comments. I am still new to the whole blogging thing and have a tendency to check out my individual posts more often. I do wish I could answer everyone (here and on our facebook page) but being the only writer behind all of this it’s not possible-unless I stopped writing articles 😉

      The site in general is new (started in late march) so the wrinkles in organization are still being smoothed out-thank you for bearing with us-for the longer lists (above 5, such as the wart remedies) those will be posted on this page. The shorter/individual posts go under “Seeds.” Again, thank you for your feedback, and do let me know if there’s anything else you have questions about 🙂

  9. lynn thompson says:

    what can i take for hot flashes. i’ve tried just about everything

  10. Melissa says:

    Anything for allergies? Especially anything that doesn’t involve honey?

  11. sara says:

    i hope that every one like this page 🙂

  12. Melissa says:

    Hi! I’m happy I stumbled upon your website–a very helpful site indeed! I’m just wondering if you have an article on menstrual cramps and how to get rid of it or help alleviate the monthly pain? Thanks!

  13. Aleta Boller says:

    was told I could find a natural way to get rid of fleas on my dogs, cats and house. But I am unable to find it. Can you send it to me please. Thank you. I have been trying everything this summer. At time they are better and then they get bad again.

  14. Sappire says:

    I was wondering if you could possibly do a couple posts on how to help get rid of bug-bites? I always am found by the bugs no matter how much bug spray I use. And those Anti-ich creams don’t normally work for me. Please respond

  15. Deanna says:

    I was wondering if any of the head ache pain and tension remedies would work for my horse, because she has had head ache pains a lot lately and neither I nor the vet understand where it has come from.

    ~ Deanna

  16. Tiffanysmith says:

    Thank u Claire, we are very great dullard some of our families too. Ur a God send! Thank you so much. U r truly a gift from above we love u. TiffanySmith

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