Reality or fiction? We are testing grandma's remedies

SAN ANTONIO – Many people grew up with home remedies, but KENS 5 wanted to know the most popular healing methods. Then, we enlist our grandmother KENS 5 to help us.

Luis Avalos remembers that his grandmother "Mama B" always prepared a tea for her stomach upset.

Antonia Amesquita remembers that her grandmother used enough on her and her brothers. His favorite cure was the "eye" or "bad juju".

Pauline Velasquez did not grow up with his grandmother, but he transmitted some of his home remedies. She remembers rolling up a newspaper and turning it on to help heal an earache.

While all these people still use these remedies today, they say you should have some faith behind them.

KENS 5 does not recommend that you try these at home, but rather visit your doctor when you have a disease.

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