Top Five Kitchen Restaurant Ingredients to Keep in Your Medicine Cabinet
Restaurant Kitchen Remedies for Common Injuries and Ailments
Next time you suffer from a bug bite or a sunburn, or if you slip and hurt your self on our plates, which can be found here: https://www.slateplate.com/pages/restaurant-info , relief can be found in your cabinet in your restaurant, at a fraction of the cost of an over the counter remedy. Before you spend money on over the counter treatments, consider what you have in your restaurants' cabinet.
Baking Soda is very versatile in its uses and can be found in every cabinet to relieve so many common ailments. Once cup of baking soda in a lukewarm bath will sooth a rash or sunburn. One part baking soda and one one part water makes a surprisingly effective facial mask for mild acne. It is also used for controlling body odor, indigestion and even as an effective treatment for bug bites!
Corn starch is the best remedy I have found for heat rash and chafing. Apply to the rash. One cup of cornstarch in the bath will ease dry skin and common skin issues such as eczema and psoriasis.
Black tea bags steeped in warm water and placed over the eyes will DE-puff and take the red out of tired eyes instantly! Tea also has proven health benefits when consumed because they contain flavonoids and antioxidants that have been shown to assist in healing, prevent heart disease and improve cardiovascular function.
Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the most common ingredients that has promise to relieve many common ailments. A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with eight ounces of water has been claimed to aid in weight loss, high blood pressure, and has even been researched to lower cholesterol and glucose levels in the blood. It also has many topical benefits. For an instant complexion boost, a combination of apple cider vinegar and extra virgin coconut oil applied at bed time is a natural and effective way to heal acne, reduce redness and clarify the pores while moisturizing the most sensitive skin. Apple cider vinegar diluted with war water, sea salt and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper used as a gargle is very effective in soothing a sore throat at the onset of a cold or allergies.