Chronic Dizziness Home Remedies

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Chronic Dizziness:

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  • Catnip
  • Ginger Root
  • Licorice Root
  • Peppermint Leaf
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Rehmannia Root
  • Valerian Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Chronic Dizziness


Turmeric has proved another effective home remedy for diarrhoea. It is a very useful intestinal antiseptic. It is also a gastric stimulant and a tonic. Turmeric rhizome, its juice or dry powder are all very helpful in curing chronic diarrhea. In the form of dry powder, it may be taken in buttermilk or plain water.

All of Hank and Debra’s health problems were treated according to the prevailing medical standards of care. But their doctors failed to see that poor food choices and chronic inflammation were intertwined in many of their health problems. As a result the doctors treated only symptoms, not the causes of Hank and Debra’s problems.

Catnip, Ginger Root, Licorice Root, Peppermint Leaf, Pumpkin Seed, Rehmannia Root, Valerian Root

stress often presents as the overworked, com-pletely exhausted person who has been on the go (physically or emotionally) for a long time. At times, a chronically fatigued person will present with melancholy and depression. Treating with borage in such cases can give them a bit of spark. Soothes respiratory issues Borage contains mucilage, a wonderful ingredient to add to throat and cough syrups to soothe the respiratory tract. Overall, in small doses borage fortifies the entire respiratory system.

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Longleaf Pine) – Commission E reports contraindications for EO: whooping cough; adverse effects: local irritation, exacerbation of bronchospasms (AEH). Though approving pure turpentine for “Chronic disease of the bronchii with heavy secretion” (which I translate to bronchosis), Commission E contraindicates for acute inflammation of the respiratory tract. Inhaled turpentine may reduce bronchial secretion (KOM). Even topical application to too much surface area may damage the CNS and kidneys (KOM). Turpentine is a counterirritant and rubefacient. Though also taken internally, turpentine might best be relegated to topical uses, if any.

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Aga) – Signs of intoxication include confusion, cramps, dizziness, enteralgia, mania, psychostimulation, then sedation vomiting (PH2).

Ginger Root
Licorice Root
Peppermint Leaf
Pumpkin Seed
Rehmannia Root
Valerian Root

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Reishi) – Class 1. After 3-6 months consumption, rare individuals report bloody stools. Dizziness, dryness of mouth, throat and nasal area, epistaxis, itchiness, stomach upset (after using for 3-6 months) (AHP; SKY). Do not mix with other antiaggregants (SKY). Pregnant and lactating women should take only on advice of health practitioner (SKY). Rarely used with children, yet of low toxicity (WAM). May cause allergy (APA).

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