Probiotics. Up to 2kg of bacteria are in your body, in your digestive tract, nose, throat, skin and everywhere. Antibiotics can ruin their balance. How to restore your microflora with home remedy traditional cultured foods and drinks.
Comment posted by Brian of Long Beach, CA, USA on 17 May 2013 at 16:3 1158
More energy, cleanses your body, and protects your intestines. I drink Kombucha with green tea, kim chee, pickled cucumbers, veggies, and homemade cream top milk yogurt. My health has improved greatly.
Comment posted by Brian of Long Beach, CA, USA on 17 May 2013 at 15:58 1157
I have two possible cures for an itchy scalp. For 5 months now I have been bathing with a 1/2 cup or less of baking soda in my bath water. I had an itchy scalp for about 20 years. It has subsided. I noticed when I forget the baking soda, my scalp gets itchy. Also I make my own plain yogurt, cut out wheat, sugars, and eat and drink fermented items which may be also helping. Diet definitely has an effect on skin outbreaks.
Remedy (new) posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 12 May 2010 at 20:13 181
I suggest taking a probiotic supplement, or making your own kefir, and / or sauerkraut or other live, unpasteurised lacto-fermented foods if you have taken a course of antibiotics in the last couple of years. Under ideal conditions, it takes at least 6 months to recover from a course of antibiotics. Establishing a full range and balance of bacteria in your gut, and on your skin is a long, slow process. Some people never recover, not knowing how important the "good" bacteria are, and always eating a hygenic, processed food diet. Try it - quality foods rich in good bacteria are only of benefit, and cannot be harmful.