18. Lemon Juice as a Deodorant
If you’re anti-deodorant but you’re also anti BO (body odor) this is for you. Try applying lemon juice to your armpits while in the shower to naturally deodorize.

19. Black Cohosh Relieves Menstrual Cramps
Black cohosh is a medicinal herb, discovered by Natives Americans, that is thought to be incredibly effective for relieving menstrual and ovulation cramps. Some studies have found that it improves symptoms of menopause s well. Simply boil ½-1 teaspoon of dried black cohosh root with one cup of water and drink like a tea three times daily. Or you can take this as a supplement in capsule form. Women who have or are at risk for breast cancer should check with their doctors before taking black cohosh because it may contain plant estrogens.

20. Yogurt to Relieve or Prevent a Yeast Infection
Yogurt contains Lactobacillus acidophilus, a naturally occurring ‘friendly’ bacteria that attacks yeast and helps to restore balanced pH. Apply a generous coating of unsweetened, unflavored yogurt with active Lactobacillus cultures and leave on for one hour. Eating yogurt regularly can also help prevent future infections by balancing pH levels in your vagina.