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Natural health remedies are having a serious moment on the wellness scene right now.

Whether it’s oil pulling to cure a myraid of concerns, or applying apple cider vinegar to your skin to clear up acne, your grocery store can be a pretty effective place to find health fixes.

So, if you want to try out natural solutions to common health complaints.

1. Bad breath: Try oil pulling.

If you find yourself avoiding getting up-close with people for fear of your own bad breath–and brushing and flossing twice daily does nothing to help, try this.

Oil pulling fans swear by the technique’s ability to freshen breath for way longer than an Altoid or packet of gum.

Simply swish around a table spoon of coconut oil in your mouth for 20 minutes each day before cleaning your teeth.

Interested? Check out a bunch of other benefits of swishing with oil here.

2. Cold and Flu: Try Dark, Leafy Greens.

Nutritionist recommends eating dark, leafy greens and Vitamin C to prevent colds and flus: “I am a firm believer in whole foods to provide immune support–dark, leafy greens are always my go-to.

When it comes to supplements, Vitamin C is a staple on my desk because it attacks the nucleic acid of the virus–and it keeps attacking the bacteria until it’s dead.

I love Nature’s Way Whole Foods Vitamin C because it’s created with gorgeous whole food sources like Amla Berry, Acerola Cherry and Camu Camu.

Because they’re whole foods they’re more bio-available to our bodies, which actually increases their immune-boosting properties.”

3. PMS: Try Magnesium.

Magnesium is key in easing PMS symptoms for many women. Sepel explains that “it helps calm and relax the body, which helps with cramps.”

Look to foods like almonds, sunflower seeds, and greens like spinach and broccoli, for a natural dose of magnesium.

4. Indigestion: Try peppermint.

Peppermint, peppermint tea, and peppermint oil are essential for relieving stomach issues like indigestion, nausea, gas, and cramps.

5. Weak, brittle nails: Try massaging coconut oil into your nails.

Ditch the artificial additives in drug store moisturizers for natural coconut oil.

6. Anxiety: Try meditation.

If you suffer from anxiety, it could pay off to try meditation before you start popping pills–here’s how.

Chronic stress has been linked to people with increased risk of Heart Disease, weight gain, sleep problems, and memory and concentration impairment.

In studies, daily meditation has also been proven to help manage the symptoms of anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, depression, heart disease, and cancer. Translation: Meditation actually works, so you should try it.

7. Dry and flakey skin: Try honey.

Not only is it cheaper than anything in the beauty aisle, honey softens and moisturizes dry skin, and can be applied directly to problem areas.

8. Headaches: Try acupuncture.

Acupuncture has been used to treat headaches since the beginnings of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

A study in 2009 showed acupuncture helped reduce the intensity and frequency of headaches in frequent sufferers.

9. Weight problems: Try good fats.

If you’ve been gaining weight lately and it won’t seem to budge, Sepel recommends incorporating more healthy fats into your diet and avoiding anything marked as low-fat or fat-free.

“Low fat and fat-free foods are loaded with sugar, and the body stores extra sugar as fat. Don’t be afraid of good fats like avocado, olive oil, nuts and seeds–they give you an energy boost and keep you full longer.

And learn to love veggies –they’re loaded with fiber and B-vitamins, which help purify your system. A clean body is a lean body,”.

10. Period pain: Try Vitamin D.

Hot water bottles, painkillers, and stretching are all common ways to relieve period pain, but here’s one you probably haven’t heard of: Vitamin D.

A small group of women who usually suffered severe menstrual cramps experienced significantly less pain when they were given ultra-high dose of Vitamin D five days before their next expected period.

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