Herbal Home Remedies


Home Remedies For Cold Feet

  • Stand on your toes for a couple of minutes, then quickly come back down on your heels. Repeat the toes/heels maneuver several times until your blood tingles through your feet and warms them up.
  • Before going to bed, walk in cold water in the bathtub for two minutes. Then briskly rub the feet dry with a coarse towel. To give the feet a warm glow, hold each end of the towel and run it back and forth along your feet's arches.

Spice Up Your Feet

  • If the thought of putting cold feet into cold water is not appealing to you. . .add 1 cup of table salt to a bathtub that is filled ankle-high with hot water, and soak your feet for 15 minutes. Dry the feet and massage them with damp salt.

This will remove dead skin and stimulate circulation. After you've massaged each foot for three to five minutes, rinse them in lukewarm water and dry thoroughly.

  • Warm your feet by sprinkling black pepper or cayenne pepper into your socks before putting them on. It's an old skier's trick, but you don't have to be an old skier to do it. If you use cayenne, your socks and feet will turn red. Your feet will be fine, but your socks may never be the same again.

Also, if you're at a restaurant and the meal is too bland, you can always take off a sock and season the food to taste.

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