50 Top Home Remedies Blogs for 2015
Over time I have encountered many bloggers who are freely sharing amazing remedy tips and resources. Whenever I need a solution, I use my personal list of go-to home remedy blogs for information and inspiration. Because it has been such a valuable resource for me, I decided to share my current top list (in no specific order) with you. So here goes!
p.s. Do you feel someone is missing from my list? Let me know in the comments below 🙂
This site is a perfect resource for just about everything you need to know to improve your health, life and overall sense of well-being. Over time they have built up a huge following of readers tuning in every day for a natural, effective and safe solution. For me personally, their amazing post on indigestion has helped me enormously!
Joe and Terry Graedon really know their stuff. If you are looking for a huge resource for natural home remedies, and seriously researched evaluations of traditional and alternative health methods, do visit their site. They offer you a great balanced perspective on all available solutions for any health problem you might experience. Here’s a great article about stopping hiccups naturally, be sure to watch their cute video, demonstrating different anti-hiccup methods!
Sweet Kami is a herbal remedy queen, and shares tons of practical information on how to use herbs to cure any ailment, for instance ginger, cinnamon and sage against a common cold. She also gives many uses of herbs for other aspects in your life. I especially liked her guide to using lavender for house cleaning. You can see Kami in action here:
Written by L. Bee, this blog covers “homemade recipes and homemade remedies for hair and skin”. L. Bee has recipes that use ingredients that are found in most homes and are easy to get. Check out the home remedy to minimize pores and acne. Want naturally shiny hair? Try this recipe.
Sarah from Nature’s Nurture loves everything natural, simple and homemade, and it’s a joy to follow her on her family’s journey to a self-sustaining eco-friendly lifestyle. This involves a rich collection of DIY solutions for many aspects of home life, including these natural bee sting remedies.
Dr Janardhana V Hebbar B.A.M.S., MD (Ayu), PGDPSM, an Indian Ayurvedic doctor and a professional Ayurveda, health and lifestyle blogger. Here is a home remedy for asthma and hiccups. And another for frequent urination. Dr. Hebbar is also on Facebook.
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Christina at Home Remedies 4 Mom, is a health coach and investigative researcher of health conditions. Read her findings on flax seed oil, and natural ways to fight alcoholism and liver disease. You can also follow her on Facebook.
Krissa from MoreThanMundane.com shares all her knowledge in home remedies for health and home. She is also very apt in the application of essential oils for various problems. I enjoyed this post about how to change (and improve) the overall mood at home. I’m sure everyone can need a little boost in that area at some point in their life 🙂
Amanda teaches you how to create great remedies and beauty products from ingredients you probably already have in your cupboards and garden. She lives in the busy city of London and therefore has a keen eye on what is doable when you don’t live in the country and are limited in your time. On top of that, Amanda has a great sense of humor, and laughter is in most cases an instant remedy for everything 😉 Check out her natural rinse to darken grey hair.
Dr. Group at the Global Healing Center is a world renowned alternative health expert and has on his blog natural remedies for acid reflux and kidney stones, among other things. You can also follow him on Facebook.
I find Blissplan very practical to use because the blog contains no-fluff to the point home remedies. For instance, check out this quick guide to getting rid of nasal congestion, with this nice infographic:
Sadhguru is a yogi, mystic, and visionary humanitarian who works tirelessly towards the physical, mental, and spiritual well being of all. Go to his blog to find 7 natural remedies winter cold and flu. You’ll also find a natural remedy for smooth skin. You can follow Sadhguru and the Isha Foundation on Facebook.
Margaret helps people to take charge of their health. Let her show you how to get your thyroid working naturally, and she’ll also give you natural remedies for arthritis. You can follow Margaret on Facebook.
Mary is a certified nutrition consultant, specialized in Holistic Nutrition and Wellness Coaching. She writes great posts about solving physical problems from within, like how to get rid of seasonal allergies with tumeric. She was kind enough to give her expert advice to Every Home Remedy readers on healing toothaches with natural remedies here.
The folks at Natural Medicine Box are passionate about health. They have many recipes and ideas for improving your health including natural weight loss remedies and natural remedies for dissolving kidney stones. You can follow them on Facebook.
This blog is run by a holistic mom who deals with topics from nutrition to cleaning solutions, all natural and easy to do yourself. One of her subjects I find very interesting is adrenal fatigue, which she describes in great detail and offers guides on prevention and remedies.
This is not only a blog but a school where they teach you how to gather herbs and put them into good use. They have 2 blogs, one from Michael and one from Lesley. Join them on facebook!
A blog about parenting and fatherhood with lots of tips about home remedies. Its owned by Derek. If you’re a dad you should definitely take a look at his blog!
Laura started researching the use of essential oils when she was suffering from hard to diagnose health problems. She is very passionate about supporting other mothers (she is a mom of six sons!) who want to take care of themselves and their family in a natural way. She gives tons of tips and resources for free, for example which essential oils to use for eczema. If only I had known earlier!
A blog about gardening. It will help you grow your herbs easily. Like her on Facebook.
What is a better home remedy than good nutrition? Take a look at this diet blog which really gets into detail about what we eat.
Hanna will let you know everything about herbs . Take a look at her Home remedy articles.
A blog about kids, which has some real home remedy gems like this article.
Remedies for all your concerns in this blog. Take a look you might just find something that you need !
A health blog written by Dr. Kiran Molli. You can find some useful articles like this one about itchy scalp home remedies.
Mary’s Blog is all about recipes. Take a look at her Homemade Cough Remedy article!
A blog about vintage remedies. Great recipes for many problems like Body butter for dry winter feet!
So, this site is all about alternatives for store-bought products, by making them yourself with natural ingredients and following Joan’s recipes. The gorgeous pictures alone will make you feel a whole lot better. Got an itchy dry scalp? Make this easy Dandelion Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse.
Loots of great articles about home remedies in this blog. Here is a great list of DIY health solutions for arthritis and joint pain.
Don’t like to read ? Than you will like this blog that’s all about videos. Thousands of videos about every home remedy you can imagine!
A huge archive of information about home remedies.
Good Health Starts At Home. The Home Remedies Web provides tons of practical information to start your own home apothecary.
Home remedies news articles and information. A news style blog about home remedies. You should find everything you are searching for on this website.
So, there you have it! Do you have a go-to site for your DIY Health solutions? Share them in the comments below, I would love to check them out!