So.. with enough online researched, i figured out what I have.. I have hives. Crap.. but I also found great home remedies for it too! 🙂
I use alove vera gel + mung bean detox
Home Remedies for Hives
Hives Treatment by Eliminating the Triggering Factor
It is very important to know the cause of allergic reaction. Once you found out the triggering agent, it becomes very easy to fight the battle.
Hives Treatment by Using Cool Compression
By applying the cool compression it may help to provide some relief from the pain and itch.
Hives Treatment by Using Calamine Lotion
By applying this lotion it can grant you relief from the itchy feeling.
Hives Treatment by Using Milk of Magnesia
By dabbing milk of magnesia on the lesions, provides some relief. As milk of magnesia is an alkaline solution it helps in removing the irritating itchy sensation.
Hives Treatment by Using Herbal Tea
Calming our nerves is one of the important things to do, as stress makes the matter worse. Drinking peppermint or passionflower tea is very good. You can also try chamomile, valerian and catnip which also soothe your nerves.
Hives Treatment by Using Cornstarch
To stop the itching get 1/2 a tub filled with warm water, add 1/2 cup cornstarch and 1/2 cup baking soda. Soaking yourself at least once a day can make a lot of difference.
Hives Treatment by Using Aloe Vera Gel
Applying aloe vera gel or vitamin E oil to the affected area at least twice a day can benefit you a lot.
Hives Treatment by Using Nettles
Have nettle tea which is made by 2 tsp. powdered stinging nettles. You can add honey or lemon to add flavor your tea.
Hives Treatment by Using Cayenne Pepper
Consume cayenne pepper capsules to help the healing procedure. You can also have vitamin C, vitamin E or zinc for quick relief.
Now that that is somewhat clear (I hope), we can get to the purpose of this posting: the mung bean liver cleanse. This is a wonderful way to clean out your liver which is the main organ responsible for processing toxins that enter your system. Your liver gets tired. If you are eating heavy foods and drinking more than usual, your liver will start to get overburdened and you may experience: sluggishness, bloating, gas, diarrhea, indigestion, depression, irregular menses, headaches, fits of anger, tense muscles, and believe it or not more symptoms than those! This cleanse is a great way to give your liver a break and get back on track. I’m not saying you should eat mung beans and then go back to hamburger-land the next day, you’ll still need to ease up on your body afterwards, but this will help to give your liver a break.
At the base of this detox is the wonderful medicinal and food: the mung bean, or lu dou in Chinese. Mung beans are originally from India but long ago became a part of Chinese cuisine and medicine, that is why this is a cleanse which falls into both the Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine traditions. Mung beans are cooling, sweet, beneficial to the liver and gallbladder, and nourish yin (the fluids of the body). Usually, mung beans are used in the summertime to cool hot conditions and keep the body regulated, but they can also be used to cool hot conditions or liver-related toxicity during other times of the year. When I lived in China I loved having mung bean juice and ice cream in the summer! But winter is never a good time for this version of mung beans, you must eat them hot as they are still cooling and you don’t want to overburden your digestive system with too much cold.