In this episode, Trish shares her grandmother's remedy for ingrown toenails that comes from a remote Malaysian village. Meanwhile, former nomad Juliana has a remedy for period pain from the jungles of Indonesia.
The panel may have come across a solution for type 2 diabetes, one of Australia's biggest epidemics. Plus, a weapon against head lice could be a celebration for parents around the country.
In this episode, they say laughter is the best medicine, and the panel find out if this is really true. Charlie shares his passion for Chinese herbal medicine, and counts himself in for a remedy for baldness.
In this episode, the expert panel meet a ninja warrior with a clay remedy for wounds, a Lebanese 'Prince of the Mountain' with a pudding for the sinuses, a young mum with a natural alternative to treating dandruff, and a tea fanatic with a very grubby solution for acne.
In this episode, the panel are presented with a noxious weed as a remedy for one of Australia's most common chronic illnesses. Plus, a tree with some chastening qualities, and a fig leaf used to treat warts.
In this episode, the expert panel's search for remedies to send to trial uncovers a gin-soaked solution to pain, a natural alternative for psoriasis, and a Chinese herbal remedy that may be the answer to endometriosis, a condition that affects about 700,000 Australian women.
A diverse collection of home remedies is presented to the experts for a possible trial. In this episode, the panel of experts are inspired by an answer to body odour, divided by Juju for libido, and Dr Charlie Teo is converted by a tapping remedy for stress.
This debut episode explores seven proposed home remedies, including ear wax as a cure for cold sores, seahorse for asthma, charcoal for stings and bites, menstrual blood for period pain, and a fever bath for colds and flu.
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