Lists of Kitchen Remedies and Simple Charms

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Cow parsely can be good to staunch bleeding - although be careful as you dont want to drip the blood back into the throat! :o
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you guys have no idea how long it took me to write all of that in my book of shadows :p thanks so much :D

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This information is great and I had no idea on it so well done even though it seems to be have posted many years ago now but I have found it useful that is why I posted this.

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Wolf wrote:
For an insect sting, a small mixture of vinegar and tabbacco from a cigarette will ease itching and swelling
finally. a REAL reason to buy cigarettes :)

i'm from florida and that will come in handy... every day. sitting outside when my grandmother is smoking attracts mosquitos.
oh also, a remedy for mosquito bites: hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol. it stops the itching immediately. or do what all the tomboys here do, and just don't scratch, compare your bites with all your friends, and see who can tough it out the longest :mrgreen:
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I use a lot of the baking soda remedies on a daily basis with good results.. I will try the basil remedy

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This is a wonderful list! Full of handy tips and interesting ideas. ^_- Good job.

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xxmoonxraverxx wrote:
Wolf wrote:
For an insect sting, a small mixture of vinegar and tabbacco from a cigarette will ease itching and swelling
finally. a REAL reason to buy cigarettes :)

i'm from florida and that will come in handy... every day. sitting outside when my grandmother is smoking attracts mosquitos.
oh also, a remedy for mosquito bites: hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol. it stops the itching immediately. or do what all the tomboys here do, and just don't scratch, compare your bites with all your friends, and see who can tough it out the longest :mrgreen:
Try just buying loose tobacco. You can keep it in storage, and then you don't have to worry about the tar and chemicals in commercial cigarettes. :3

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I know this is an old post, but I wanted to add a few additional uses.

Baking soda and vinegar:

- clean urine and neutralize odor on most beds/upholstery (check for compatibility with specific fabrics) - soak up urine with slightly damp cloth to absorb excess liquid. Air dry for about twenty minutes, then generously sprinkle baking powder over the stain. Once it's dry vacuum it up. Spritz with a spray bottle of half vinegar and water (you can add essential oil or a tiny bit of dish soap to make it smell better) to absorb and neutralize the smell.

- clean wood/wood grain surfaces like older cabinets or furniture, safe for paint (but I'd advise testing in an inconspicuous place just to be sure) - for regular cleaning, a solution of half vinegar and water with added essential oil or dish soap works well, along with a soft cloth or sponge. For tougher stains, thicker baking soda paste made with water works miracles.

Vinegar:

- clean your washing machine by running a cycle through with just hot water and a cup of vinegar.

- pour vinegar alongside laundry detergent directly into the washer for darker colored clothes that are heavily stained. Can be pre-treated. Works well for oil/grease related stains

- mix with equal parts water in a spray bottle. You can add essential oils or small amounts of soap for fragrance. Works well as a room/air freshener, especially to remove smoke/pet smells.

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Fae wrote:I know this is an old post, but I wanted to add a few additional uses.

Baking soda and vinegar:

- clean urine and neutralize odor on most beds/upholstery (check for compatibility with specific fabrics) - soak up urine with slightly damp cloth to absorb excess liquid. Air dry for about twenty minutes, then generously sprinkle baking soda (not baking powder) over the stain. Once it's dry vacuum it up. Spritz with a spray bottle of half vinegar and water (you can add essential oil or a tiny bit of dish soap to make it smell better) to absorb and neutralize the smell.

- clean wood/wood grain surfaces like older cabinets or furniture, safe for paint (but I'd advise testing in an inconspicuous place just to be sure) - for regular cleaning, a solution of half vinegar and water with added essential oil or dish soap works well, along with a soft cloth or sponge. For tougher stains, thicker baking soda paste made with water works miracles.

Vinegar:

- clean your washing machine by running a cycle through with just hot water and a cup of vinegar.

- mix with equal parts water in a spray bottle. You can add essential oils or small amounts of soap for fragrance. Works well as a room/air freshener, especially to remove smoke/pet smells.
I know this is an old post, but I do this too! Although I add a squeeze of lemon or some lavender flowers from our shrub instead of essential oils.

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