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Episode 216 – Classic Kitchen Concoctions

In this episode of The ATP Project, Matt and Steve chat about the old tried and true methods of the “Back in my day” wives tales. Those classic kitchen concoctions made as ailments passed through generations, brewed into a tea or boiled into a soup, crushed in a mortar and pestle and given to us at a time we weren’t feeling our best… but do they have merit to their method? Tune in and find out more!

Podcast Index: 

00:00:59 – Podcast Start
00:02:15 – Common cold and flu – honey
00:04:19 – Honey and olive oil – eczema
00:04:56 – Honey and wound treatment
00:07:05 – Lemon and colds
00:07:49 – Chicken soup
00:10:47 – Rubbing salt into your wound
00:11:31 – Onions – kill infections
00:12:15 – Peppers and sweating
00:13:38 – The importance of sleep and body temperature
00:14:44 – Eating chocolate for coughs
00:16:43 – Eating cherries to help sleep
00:17:40 – Eating licorice root
00:19:22 –  reishi mushroom
00:21:14 – Garlic absorbed through the skin
00:22:50 – Sleeping with your head elevated when you have a head cold
00:32:33 – Magnetic poles and sleep
00:39:51 – Whitening teeth with bicarb and strawberries
00:41:45 – Chapped lips and olive oil
00:42L16 – Midges and potatoes
00:43:36 – Soda crystals absorb moisture
00:47:56 – The importance of clay – absorbing toxins
00:51:29 – Vanilla extract for toothaches
00:53:11 – bleach and mosquito bites
00:55:43 – Tomatoes and sunburn
00:56:55 – Aloe Vera and sunburn
00:58:21 – Epson salt baths – relieve muscle pain
01:00:35 – indigestion and peppermint oil and bicarb
01:01:38 – Ice baths and muscle relief
01:05:51 – Hangover – coconut water and bananas
01:07:49 – apple cider vinegar and acne
01:12:21 – skin brushing
01:14:52 – Fungus on toes – tea tree oil
01:16:22 – Urinary tract infections – cranberry juice
01:17:27 – High blood pressure – parsley leaves
01:20:39 – Noway Bar review
01:21:47 – FAQ-01