25 DIY Milk Remedies You Had No Idea Existed

Milk remedies for cough, face, asthma, fever and its use as makeup remover,face mask,softener for cracked and stained hands,Remedy with milk to reduce the bag under the eyes and more.

Milk Remedies
Milk Remedies

Milk and its by-products are considered basic and universal food.

Since the birth of man, he feeds on breast milk and, as he grows, he consumes not only cow's milk but also yogurt, ice cream, cheese, etc.

From the nutritional point of view, milk is a complete food and constitutes the most important source of calcium. For example, it is known that a glass of milk provides approximately 30% of the daily requirements of this mineral essential for the body.

It also establishes an adequate balance in relation to other minerals such as magnesium and phosphorus.

In addition, milk is rich in the amino acid tryptophan, which together with the above elements, acts as a sedative of the nervous system.

In the case of whole milk (1 cup of 244 grams), it contains 44 calories, 3.3 grams of protein, 3.3% of fats and 4.7% of carbohydrates. As for its vitamins, it has A, B, CD, E, and K. and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron , copper, manganese, zinc and selenium.

However, milk also contains lactose (that is, a specific milk sugar) that is not well tolerated by many people's bodies (lactose intolerance) because it usually causes symptoms such as: flatulence (or accumulation of gases), Stomach cramps, and diarrhea .

Lactose improves the absorption of calcium and phosphorus. However, in those who do not tolerate it, it increases the loss of calcium through the stool which occurs in a minority of cases.

For the rest, milk is one of the most complete and nutritious foods, capable of providing the proteins, vitamins and minerals required by the human body at each stage of its development.

Remedies with milk

1.Remedy with milk to relieve sunburn and insect bites. Mix one part of milk powder with two parts of water and one or two pinches of salt, rub over the sunburn or pickets. Milk powder enzymes will help neutralize the insect venom and relieve the burning of the burn.

2.Milk Remedy to Fight Insomnia Take a glass of warm milk with a pinch of cinnamon just before bed to make sleep easier .

3.Remedy with milk for the fever Liquify an onion with sugar and milk. Then boil for a few minutes and take lukewarm every 3 hours.

4.Milk remedy for boils. Soak a slice of bread on a plate with warm milk. Apply loaves of bread over the boil and keep it there until it cools.

5.Remedies with milk for the asthma Heat a cup with milk, without getting to boil, and then pour 1 spoonful of ground black pepper. Let stand and drink one cup a day.

6.Remedy with milk for cough Boil 1 cup of milk and remove from heat. To that temperature add 1 cinnamon sprig and a handful of marshmallows, and stir well until they dissolve. Take it slowly as hot as you can. One cup at breakfast and one before going to sleep.

Recipes of natural beauty with milk

1.Makeup remover. Dissolve 3 tablespoons of powdered milk with 1/3 of warm water and mix well. Add more water or milk powder until the consistency of the cream. Apply this preparation to remove the makeup with a facial towel; Then rinse with water.

2.Milk mask for oily skin Blend 1/4 cup skim milk, 1 medium ripe tomato and 1 teaspoon cornstarch until well blended. Apply on neck and face.  Let the mask rest for 20 minutes and rinse with cold water.

3.Milk face mask for normal skin. Mix 1/4 cup powdered milk with enough water to form a thick paste. Cover the face thoroughly with the mixture and allow to dry thoroughly, then rinse with warm water. The face will feel fresh and rejuvenated.

4.Milk mask for dry skin Remove the heart to the apple and liquefy with 1/4 cup of whole milk and 1 teaspoon of corn starch. Once the preparation is well consistent, apply to the face and neck. Leave on for 30 minutes to act. Remove with cold water.

5.Smoothing for the skin. Add 1/2 cup of milk powder to the tub (tub) while filling. Milk acts as a natural softener on the skin.

6.Milk softener for cracked and stained hands. Form a paste of oatmeal with milk. Then, take a little and rub your hands with it vigorously. The spots will disappear and the oatmeal mixture with milk will soften your skin.

7.Remedy with milk to reduce the bag under the eyes Soak a cotton ball with cold whole milk and place under the eyes. Remove when you feel hot. Perform this remedy 3 times a day for 15 days. This remedy helps to decrease the swelling of the skin under the eyes.

Milk Remedy to delay unwanted hair growth : Mix 2-3 tablespoons of milk, 1 tablespoon of unflavored gelatin and 2 drops of washed essential oil or 3 drops of lemon juice. Place the mixture in the microwave for 15 seconds. Apply to the area where the unwanted hair is. Avoid placing this remedy close to the eyes and on your eyebrows . Leave on for about 10 to 15 minutes. Once dry, pull it.

Homemade tricks with milk

1.Make frozen fish taste fresh. Put the frozen fish in a milk bath until it thaws, the milk will make it taste fresh.

2.Improve the flavor of the corn (corn) Add a 1/4 cup of milk powder to the pot where they boil the corn.

3.Repair a cracked porcelain. Put the porcelain in a pot, cover with fresh or reconstituted milk and make it boil. Lower the flame as soon as the milk begins to boil, let it simmer for the next 45 minutes. Milk protein will miraculously amend most of the small cracks.

4.Polish the silver cutlery. Add vinegar to a glass of fresh milk, then soak the silverware in the milk, from 30 minutes to 1 hour. To finish, rinse in warm, soapy water, shine with a dry, soft cloth.

5.Clean items (bags, wallets, shoes, etc.) skins to look like new Rub a little milk, leave to dry and polish with a dry, soft cloth.

6.Remove ink stains from colored clothing Soak the garment with stains in milk overnight and wash as usual the next day.

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