Common Cures with Common Fruits + Veggies – Leverage Ambition

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The flu virus season is in full effect and we need to be as healthy as possible.

Even if we do our due diligence however, it always seems like we don’t wash our hands once and all of a sudden a day later we have a cold.

There are many preventative measures we can take like wearing a mask, drinking lots of fluids, taking our vitamins, and being hygienic.

It is no surprise that our common ailments can be prevented or even suppressed with different fruits, herbs, and vegetables. The earth gives us our healthy bounty that feeds all our needs! Amen to that!

I paired the ailments with the common fruits and veggies that help to prevent them below, have at it!

Colds

I always get a cold at least twice a year and for some reason it is always around the time the season changes. Mostly from summer to fall and fall to winter to spring is when I get the common cold. This probably has something to do with the allergens that come along with them. Either way, carrots, pineapple, ginger and garlic are all good to consume when you feel a cold coming on.

Headache

I am lucky to not suffer headaches often. It may have to do with the huge amount of water I chug daily. I find it easier to drink a ton of water when I drink from a covered cup with a straw, mainly due to the satistaction of finishing it as quickly as possible, lol! Apples, cucumbers, kale , ginger and celery are all great when you feel a headache coming on.

Ulcer

I am lucky to have never experienced an ulcer before however I have some friends tell me that they are as painful as child birth. Sounds really bad!Β  Cabbage, carrots, and celery can ease the pain.

High Blood Pressure

Beet, apple, celery, cucumber and ginger all together in a smoothie sounds delightful. My mother suffers from high blood pressure and stress, so this would be a great idea for her! You’re welcome, Moms!

Kidney Detox

I had an old friend at work who had kidney stones, talk about painful! Sucks to have an unhealthy organ as the rest of your body suffers for it too. Carrots, cucumbers, cilantro and watermelon are all good to help your body detox your kidneys.

Depression

Carrots, apple, spinach and beets are all known to boost serotonin levels. They say apple has the same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee without thebacod reflux.

Diabetes

Carrot, spinach and celery are all known to help those with diabetes. My father has diabetes so hopefully this article will get him to put these veggies in his cart next time he goes to the supermarket.

Asthma

My sister uses a nebulizer and has wicked asthma. She also has a dog with allergens in it as well and does not brush it daily. I heard you are supposed to brush your dog daily, but let me know if that’s a lie. Carrot, spinach, apple, garlic, and lemon are all recommendations to help relieve symptoms.

Arthritis

Carrot, celery, lemon and pineapples are supposed to lesson arthritic episodes, so head down to the farmers market today!

Kidney Stone

Orange, apple, watermelon and lemon should help prevent kidney stones. Sounds like a great smoothie there!

What other natural remedies have you found effective?

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11 thoughts on β€œCommon Cures with Common Fruits + Veggies – Leverage Ambition”

  1. victoriarose002 – Hiya, I am an 18 year old blogger from the UK. I generally post about topics surrounding social, cultural and political commentary although I also aim to write some personal posts too... I am currently studying A levels, and as well as writing I like music, complaining and going to cool places. I encourage any comments, constructive criticism or any blog post suggestions. While don't hesitate to contact me at vickyyrose.02@gmail.com for anything blog related :)
    victoriarose002 says:

    Interesting post, I never knew some vegetables could help ease ulcers!

  2. kinge – Calm and gentleness. These qualities define me, built-in my character and for the past few years, I have been learning to be positive. There is power in kindness and humility, people mistake these for weakness. The qualities help me see life in all its beauty, enable me to rise above situations, be present. I love good food, artful music, sketching, journaling, cycling, calisthenics, and nature; connecting with nature enjoying sunsets, trees, and birds. I am a student of the mind. I read a lot on mind, body, and spirit. I write about the same to the extent of my understanding with a keen interest in personal development. My name is Kinge Kevin. I’m currently a farmer, who writes. Welcome to my blog
    kinge says:

    True, the earth gives us plenty of nourishment. I like how you’ve grouped the ailments to their suggested remedies. Very helpful

  3. inspirechief – United States – After 30 years of service to my country, I have begun a new life inspiring people to improve their lives.
    inspirechief says:

    Stacy, great article pairing fruits and vegetables with different maladies. It seems like carrots and celery are good vegetables to eat daily. They can also help drop a few pounds by eating them as snacks. Very informative, thanks for sharing it. Take care. Scott

  4. cookingwithloveandspices – Texas, USA – Cooking is my art form. I love to have fun with flavors and really enjoy the food. It just so happens that my food is part of a healthy lifestyle. My blog is dedicated to my mom and grandmother because I learned to cook by watching them. I love to cook for my friends and make them feel welcome in my home. WELCOME to my blog:)
    cookingwithloveandspices says:

    Love your very colorful photo. Interesting info. Thank you for visiting my blog.