Ginger, honey, echinacea and salt water are common home remedies, states Healthline. These remedies aid in relieving cold and flu symptoms, and they boost overall health. More »

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Many home remedies are available at no cost, including water, ice, sleep and common herbs. The curative powers of these treatments are well documented and advocated by reputable sources such as WebMD, MedicineNet, and Un... More »

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Home remedies that help with discomfort from a kidney infection include applying heat, staying hydrated and taking a nonprescription pain reliever. However, antibiotics are required to treat most kidney infections effect... More »

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Many of the natural home remedies used by the Amish include honey, vinegar or tea, according to Welcome to Lancaster County. A recipe for home treatment of flu in the stomach and bowels combines 1 quart water, 2 tablespo... More »

Licorice root, slippery elm, honey and salt water are several natural remedies for a sore throat, according to Healthline. Lozenges, hot beverages, hot showers and increased water consumption are natural cures for a coug... More »

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Some simple folk remedies for hiccups that can be done at home are eating honey, eating dill, eating peanut butter and eating hot sauce, states Reader's Digest. Another remedy is breathing into a brown paper bag. More »

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Some home remedies to treat a dry cough include staying hydrated, drinking tea with honey and taking a hot shower, according to WebMD. Other home remedies include removing irritants from the air, such as air freshener an... More »

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