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Polish home remedies for cold, stomach ache, migraine?


Bzibzioh
11 Apr 2011 #31
I've been using synthetic melatonin for 7 years now on a nightly basis.

What dosage are you taking? I was using it for a while when I had trouble sleeping but not anymore. I was even going to the States to buy it as it was forbidden in Canada for many years. I read somewhere that the daily maximum is 5 mg.
rybnik 18 | 1,461
11 Apr 2011 #32
I'm taking a melatonin-theanine combination. I'm taking a little bit more than 5mg....I can't beleive it was banned in Canada.
romulus
5 Jan 2012 #33
Hi, can anyone help me out with the difficulties apropos of polish 'herbal remedies' ? I have seen on the net some herbal remedies like Urosan, etc.; however, these teas on the whole were priced around $ 4.95 while formerly I bought them tenfold cheaper. What does it mean? Is it an export price? Or else, in the Polish drug stores, the prices turned that fabuluous way and changed? I was particularly looking for Prostasan. Thanks.
hythorn 3 | 580
5 Jan 2012 #34
this is actually not good. Honey is sugar and it helps the bacteria grow.

The ancient Egyptians used honey as an antiseptic and stuck in on wounds
they have found jars of it in tombs from the time of the Pharoahs and it is still perfectly edible
so sorry, no sale

the traditional Polish remedy is the juice of an onion with the juice of a clove of garlic mixed with sugar
to kill the taste

tastes revolting but works

my favourite Polish expression on colds 'if you treat a cold, you will be better in 7 days, if you do not treat it,
it will take a week'
gumishu 11 | 5,680
5 Jan 2012 #35
Prostasan Fix from Herbapol (Herbapol Lublin I presume) is not the same thing as a saw palmetto Prostasan marketed in the English speaking world - that maybe the reason why you have seen so divergent prices (but maybe the importers into Britain charge that much I don't know)
beckski 12 | 1,617
27 Jun 2012 #36
[Moved from]: Polish remedies for Migraine?

Anyone know of any Polish remedies for a killer migraine? I'm interested in learning about any natural (LEGAL) herbs or remedies please...
sofijufka 2 | 191
27 Jun 2012 #37
my grandmother's receipts: to eat
1. The one peeled lemon without sugar -
2. a spoon of "anti-migraine" jam from the whole lemons
wszok
3 May 2014 #38
Has anyone any information about the use of 'bańki' as treatment for colds or pneumonia?
f stop 25 | 2,513
4 May 2014 #39
ancient practice, but it's effectiveness has not been verified by modern medicine. I'm skeptical myself.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cupping_therapy
Wroclaw Boy
4 May 2014 #40
raw garlic works wonders for bacterial infections such as tonsillitis. You can even use it for Otitis media.
Cardno85 31 | 976
4 May 2014 #41
If you're not a fan of the garlic taste, I remember reading that it you put cloves of garlic in your socks before you go to bed, your feet will absorb the garlic goodness.
beckski 12 | 1,617
5 May 2014 #42
I'm not brave enough to put garlic in my socks. Vaseline on my feet, covered with socks at bedtime, is about as daring as I get.
kozmann
2 Jul 2018 #43
My grand parents grew a plant for pain like a pulled muscle or other types of pain. They called it in English BLACK ROOT yuou chopped it up and let it soak in rubbing alcohol . Then you rubbed it in the sore area.

My Grand parents grew a plant with purple flowers on it that bees loved. They would cut the roots up and soak them in rubbing alcohol and rubbed it in the sore area for all types of of mussel aches . They call this plant BLACK ROOT. Can anyone help me out as to where I can get the plant or roots?
Looker - | 1,100
3 Jul 2018 #44
Maybe you mean this (Polish name Skorzonera - Wężymord czarny korzeń)
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorzonera_hispanica

To get only on some ECO shops or online.
allegro.pl/listing?string=Skorzonera
kaprys 3 | 2,498
3 Jul 2018 #45
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphytum_officinale

Check the photo - it has purple flowers and attracts bees.

A quick google search reveals there are some products with comfrey for muscle pain.
pawian 178 | 15,511
7 Mar 2020 #46
Anyone have Polish home remedies for things like a cold, stomach ache, etc?

I strongly recommend amber spirit. It is good for everything, but especially joint pain or backache.
pawian 178 | 15,511
16 Apr 2021 #47
I use it regularly. Last Saturday I worked hard in the field and orchard. First I planted a bag of potatoes. Next, I moved two young fruit trees to another part of the orchard. When I woke up of Sundayl, I realised I couldn`t walk properly due to acute backache. I immediately applied amber spirit and have done so till now., The pain is almost gone now.

This stuff really works wonders.



Cargo pants 2 | 1,073
16 Apr 2021 #48
Do have bees too in your garden??? for Miod?
pawian 178 | 15,511
17 Apr 2021 #49
This stuff really works wonders.

Today I worked in the field again. The first 15 minutes were a bit painful, I admit. But then the backache disappeared completely. Amazing - I truly recommend it to you - if you don`t believe, read about anti-inflammatory properties of amber.


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