Alternative therapies for treatment of fever focus not only on reducing fever but also on boosting the immune function to help the body fight infections more effectively.
Abana, a mixture of herbs and minerals used in Ayurvedic medicine, may reduce the frequency and severity of angina attacks.
Acupuncture and acupressure can used to address the pain of heel spurs, in addition to using friction massage to help break up scar tissue and delay the onset of bony formations.
A generally recommended homeopathic remedy is the application of a tincture of Thuja occidentalis (common names thuja , northern white cedar, and arborvitae, or tree-of-life) directly to the warts.
An allergic reaction to certain foods may contribute to gallbladder attacks. These foods should be identified and removed from the diet
Calming herbs are often useful for relief of pain and tension. Cups of chamomile (Matricaria recutitca ), catnip (Nepeta cataria ), or lemon balm (Melissa officinalis ) tea can be given freely for a calming effect.
Standing and walking correctly can sometimes eliminate excess foot pressure and minimize the development and recurrence of corns and calluses.
Alternative treatment of chills includes protecting oneself from inclement weather conditions, drinking warm teas, and making appropriate dietary changes.
Because free radicals have been implicated as a cause of cataracts, alternative therapies emphasize the importance of a healthful diet, nutritional supplements and/or herbal remedies
Exercise and a healthy weight are key ingredients to managing the pain associated with bone spurs.