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Do you worry about what your putting into your system? Many medications these days are so full of ingredients that we can't even read let alone say. Here at CIRC we like to know exactly what we are putting into our systems. If we have heard of it, previously eaten it or better yet, have it growing in our gardens already, then we like to think that we can trust it to cure us. 


Many people think that home remedies consist of wives tales, such as standing on your head to relieve yourself of hiccups, or rubbing chalk on your head to get rid of a migraine. Although we do believe that these things work, we are here to tell you about the most natural and easy to prepare home remedies that can relieve you of your health related issues. 


Most of our remedies use ingredients that you most probably already have in your kitchen cupboards; and if you don't, then you will certainly find them easily in most supermarkets. 


Here are some of the most common and irritating health issues. Whether you don't want to use medication, or you simply can't be bothered to go to the pharmacy or doctors every time the issue reappears; these are simple, easy and cost effective solutions!



Mouth ulcers 

Mouth ulcers are not only irritating and painful, but can be very common. They appear on the inside of your mouth and can caused by a number of things, including diet, stress, accidental cheek bites and deficiencies in particular vitamins and nutrients. The following can cure them:



   Coriander leaves

   Gargling sea salt with warm water

   Drinking coconut milk

   Dabbing baking soda on the ulcer

   Sucking on ice so that it soothes the area 

   Drinking warm milk with honey


   Licorice root



Low blood pressure

Also known as hypotension, this is when a person’s blood pressure becomes so low that it causes symptoms of dizziness, nausea, fainting, difficulty breathing and blurred vision. Here are some natural remedies to help alleviate low blood pressure:



   Lemon Juice

   Salt water

   Carrot or Beetroot juice

   Almonds and milk


   Holy Basil

   Licorice root




There is nothing like an acid reflux to ruin a good meal. If you suffer from heartburn, then these natural remedies can be a lifesaver!

  • Baking soda - It is a base that helps to neutralise the acid levels, all you have to do is mix half a spoonful of baking soda into a glass of water and drink it. Please note that this isn't meant for daily use, as it is high in salt.
  • Aloe - It is a plant that is used to sooth burns, however it can also be used to soothe the stomach, as it is an anti-inflammatory. Drink half a cup of aloe juice before eating but be warned it can be a laxative.
  • Slippery elm - This is a tree extract that thickens the lining of mucous in the stomach, which creates a barrier against acid. Have a couple of teaspoons f the extract after meals and before bedtime to relieve yourself of heartburn. 

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I have suffered from colds for many years. I have tried every single type of medication that the doctor has had to offer me, I have also had too many blood and urine tests and weight checks for me to count. CIRC gave me amazing home remedies hat have done wonders and saved me a lot of money!
Alice Bell

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I often have allergic reactions to products around the house. I have had many allergy tests at the doctors with no resolution in finding out what the cause is. I have been given many types of allergy medication and the only thing that has helped is the home remedy that I made myself! Great advice CIRC!
Lauren Anne