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Chicken Pox

he condition can easily be treated with the use of simple home remedies devoid of any side effects. The following are some of the most popular home remedies for chickenpox.


Some of the most effective home remedies for chickenpox include the use of baking soda, coriander, honey, neem leaves, oatmeal baths, Epsom salt, sandalwood essential oil, jasmine, ginger, vitamin D, and Indian lilac.

from eHow

How to Stop the Chicken Pox Itch - Home Remedies

Chicken Pox can Itch BAD!!

from Rainy Day Mum

5 Natural Remedies for Chicken Pox

5 Natural Remedies for Chicken Pox - help your child with the itchiness of chicken pox with these simple at home natural remedies for relief

from Just A Pinch Recipes

Itch Relief Oatmeal Bath

No need to pay the price for the oatmeal bath packets at the pharmacy. You can make your own easily! Works great for eczema, psoriasis, poison ivy, chicken pox, etc.

from Stupid Easy Paleo

Six Amazing Health Benefits of Magnesium - and Some Great Ways to Get More of It

Mucus build-up plagues people during a post-nasal drip, cold or flu, sinusitis, tonsillitis, strep throat, catarrh, laryngitis, chicken pox, measles, mononucleosis, whooping cough or croup. Allergies to certain food products can contribute to mucus build-up as well. When your system is weak from illness and allergies, these membranes can go into overdrive, causing that familiar stuffy feeling. In such circumstances, many medical practitioners recommend you avoid foods that cause mucus…


essential oils for infants, toddlers and children. chicken pox remedies. Julia Lewis: Young Living Distributor #1987505

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Powerful anti-scar remedy that prevents scars from forming & may even reduce the appearance of old scars. It is especially effective if you're suffering from chicken pox or shingles. First warm the coconut oil until it's a liquid. Mix 1 Tbsp Castor Oil, & 500mg Vitamin E Oil with 1/4 cup Extra Virgin Coconut Oil in a small container. Mix together and apply liberally to the affected areas two to three times per day. More at Cook + Cure


After sitting at home most of the time for the last three weeks (except when I could get out alone), in order to keep my kids home during the incubation period for chicken pox, I have some thoughts on how we treat illness, vaccines, and those who refuse vaccines in society. There's a big double standard out there...and it's not okay.