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The sweet stuff can be used to help heal small cuts and scrapes. “Honey (monosaccharides fructose and glucose) dehydrates the bacteria in a wound, making it clean and free from infection.” Wow! And as a bonus, your little one gets to lick the sticky spoon.
Nausea. The unwanted, icky feeling that sometimes accompanies sun-induced migraines. While there isn’t a home remedy that effectively does away with the pain, many have found that drinking peach (Prunus persica) or apricot nectar may help alleviate the nausea that comes along with the headache.
Rest at the end of a long summer day is very important. And potatoes (Solanum brevicaule) might help kids get a sound sleep after a day of endless activity. The potato reduces the action of acids in the stomach which threaten to interrupt sleep.