If You're Feeling Sick, Put An Onion In Your Sock. It Sounds Insane, But It Works!

It's that time of year: Temperatures are finally getting colder, people are more miserable than ever (when's the next big holiday?), and illnesses are soon to rise. It's almost unavoidable in the wintertime. If you're looking for a quick cure for all that ails you, there is a peculiar yet effective method of dealing with your symptoms.

All you need to do is put an onion in your sock before you go to sleep. Yes, you read that correctly. It sounds weird, but it's an effective way of combating flu and cold symptoms.

Reflexologists surmise that there are over 7,000 nerve endings in the bottom of your foot and they link to different parts of your body.
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Since onions have incredible healing effects, putting them on the bottom of your feet helps alleviate pains all over your body.

Onions are known as air purifiers, and when applied to the skin, they kill bacteria and help purify your blood.
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So if you leave them on your feet all night long, the nerve endings attached to your feet that link to different parts of your body are healed through this oniony process.

It's a practice that is common in Eastern medicine and dates back to the 16th century that has somehow been forgotten.
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The people who use this type of medicine swear by it. Since the onions are rich in sulfur compounds, they help the body release toxins, especially in the liver. They are anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, and antiviral, which is why they are so important to our health.

What you need to do is cut up red or white onions, put them in your socks, on the bottom of your feet, and go to sleep.
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The onions will do their magic while you catch some Zs and you'll wake up feeling refreshed.

This is an old-school method of relieving flu and cold symptoms, but according to many people, it completely works! The next time you are feeling under the weather, give this a shot. It can't hurt!


Πέμπτη, Ιανουαρίου 07, 2016 |
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