She Put Baking Soda On Her Toes… And Solved One Of Life’s Most Annoying Problems

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Minor ailments that don’t require medical attention are an inevitable part of our daily life. On the plus side, these ordinary annoyances are often treated with common household ingredients. Read on and find out how to get an instant relief for anything from earaches to common colds!

1. Mouthwash for your feet.

Toenail or foot fungus, which affects many people, can be easily treated by soaking your feet in mouthwash. This common bathroom item has powerful antiseptic properties that fight fungus effectively.

2. Black tea for sunburns.

If you’ve had a bad sunburn, apply some wet black tea bags over the painful areas pressing lightly. Black tea is full of antioxidants and provides immediate relief.
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3. Apple cider vinegar for sore throats.

To get rid of a sore throat fast, gargle a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water a few times every hour.

4. Mint for drowsiness.

Mint is widely recognized as an amazing energy booster. To stop feeling drowsy, you can either drink mint tea or just smell some mint leaves.

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5. Baking soda for heartburn.

This recipe is extremely beneficial for reducing heartburn-causing acidity in your stomach.

6. Hydrogen peroxide for earaches.

A couple of drops of 3% hydrogen peroxide in an infected ear will eliminate the earache faster. This ingredient may first cause itching or bubbling, which is a sign the peroxide reacts with the bacteria killing it fast.

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