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Traditional way to lessen your fever is to put cold-damp wash clothes on your forehead, stomach and at the back of your neck.  Little did we know that PEANUT BUTTER can help lessen fever.

This is my old family remedy for fever.  I was hesitant to use this kind of remedy because it's a bit filthy and nasty to use
but when I got sick and I am not allowed to take paracetamol or any medicine because of my allergy, my mother insisted to follow the old way.

My mother bought a peanut butter in Bankerohan Market for only PHp150/kilo.

Milk (Bear Brand SWAK)mix it with cold water.  *DO NOT DRINK*.

Paper Towel or Tissue

and a Cloth Towel.


She put the Peanut Butter on a spacious container and pour half of it.


You need to do is to smear all the peanut butter over your forehead and neck.  If you have a long hair better put it up with an elastic/rubber band.

Second you must do is to soak the paper towel/tissue with the milk.


Then lie down put cloth towel under your head and place the paper towel all over your face. Close your eyes and just breathe in the smell of the milk, lie down until the milk dries and your fever stops.  Then wash your face,
neck and hair.

This may sound crazy but my mom did this to me and I have done this to my children and it works great!  Hope it will help you too.

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8 comments:

  1. I didn't know peanut butter and milk can cure fever. This is the first time I heard of this fever remedy. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Wow! That's a new take on peanut butter! I didn't know that is possible pero I super love peanut butter and may end up licking some up haha

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  3. Nice to know that there is an additional use for peanut butter.

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  4. wow this is amazing. never heard anything about this ritual?? shall i say ritual?

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  5. really? first time to know this natural way of healing fever!

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  6. Yes, sis Gemma. It really works.

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  7. Oh wow!! This is the very first time I've heard of this pb remedy. Thanks sis!

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