Hair oil can be easily prepared at home using readily available herbs. These highly nutritious herbal liquids nourish your hair far more than a range of cosmetic products stacked up at the nearest retail outlets. Hibiscus, amla, basil, and bhringraj are a few herbs commonly used for the preparation of hair oils. Liquids infused with these herbs are instrumental in fighting several hair problems.
Leucorrhea, or vaginal discharge, may or may not be normal. If the amount or color changes, visit the doctor ASAP. Foul odor and itching are tell-tale signs of an infection. You can also try herbal remedies to reduce discharge. Traditional medicine has used spices like sumac, anise, and sorrel to treat leucorrhea. Additional natural remedies include amla berry, one of the top ayurvedic treatments, and olive. Even when using these treatments, be sure to get a potential infection checked out.
Water helps restore your body's fluid levels while the vitamin C in lemon and Indian gooseberries prevents water loss through your skin. This helps cure dizziness, which is often a symptom of dehydration. You can also boost blood circulation to the brain by drinking some antioxidant-rich ginger tea, getting a lavender oil massage, or practicing some deep breathing exercises and rapid eye movement exercises to cure your dizziness.
Elderberries are natural remedies that can help boost your antioxidant levels, stimulate the immune system, regulate blood sugar levels. They also work as a natural diuretic and can even help keep blood pressure down. Elderberries may even have the potential to battle cancer. You can eat the ripe berries or have them cooked. Just don't eat them raw, though, as unripe elderberries can be toxic.
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Organic red raspberry leaf tea is a herbal remedy often recommended in the last stages of pregnancy by nurse-midwives in the United States. The nutrients in it could help improve uterine muscle tone and prepare your body for labor, easing the birth of your baby. You may also experience a reduced need for interventions like a vacuum-assisted or forceps delivery, and the artificial rupture of membranes. But you should still be cautious and consult your doctor or midwife before you start using raspberry tea leaf.
For a healthy adult, a 0.5 cup daily serving of blueberries is ideal, but eating more than that is unlikely to have side effects. But if you're fructose intolerant or have had too much fiber, overdosing may cause stomach ache and bloating. Blueberries can trigger allergies in people sensitive to salicylates and can also interact with diabetes and anticlotting medicines.
Apart from adding color and flavor to your fall-inspired treats, cranberries also proffer up a plethora of health benefits. They not only help guard against UTIs, heart disease, prostate cancer, and flu, but benefits oral health too. You can eat cranberries in their raw state, but if the tangy flavor of fresh berries is not your thing, opt for readily available jams, jellies, or dried cranberries.
Packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber, blueberries offer a host of health benefits, including dramatic benefits for the brain. Nicknamed "brain-berry" by many scientists, blueberries contain polyphenolic compounds, specifically anthocyanins, that are known for having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds can improve cognitive functioning, motor skill function, and memory.
Viagra has been studied for years now as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. Yet for those who prefer a more natural alternative, it may not be the top choice. If you’re worried about the side effects from taking drugs like the famous blue pill, why not explore a more holistic approach to sexual health? Blueberries can improve the underlying conditions that are causing your erectile dysfunction in the first place. But are they good enough to replace Viagra?
Amla or the Indian gooseberry offers more vitamin C than even an orange. It has the ability to fight off multiple cancers and prevent cardiovascular disease by balancing cholesterol levels and fighting free radicals. Amla is a fruit for diabetics as it naturally lowers blood glucose levels. It has proven benefits for digestion and can treat diarrhea, dysentery, and jaundice. This natural antibacterial fruit can even keep your teeth cavities at bay.
Boil a few dried Indian gooseberry (amla) pieces in 500ml coconut oil until they become charred. Let the oil cool. Apply onto your hair, scalp overnight or an hour before wash. Equally beneficial can be topical application of kayyonyadi tailam, neelibhringadi tailam, herbs such as henna, aloe vera, hibiscus, or a fine paste of overnight soaked fenugreek seeds.
Amla or the Indian gooseberry is a popular herbal remedy that’s rich in antioxidants and can work a world of wonders on your system. But did you know that it could have some side effects too – for instance, if you are pregnant or a diabetic who is hoping to make the most of the blood sugar regulating properties of amla. Get on top of these side effects and possible drug interactions so this otherwise powerful remedy doesn't mess with your body.
Antioxidant-rich amla prevents graying by fighting free radicals and cooling the pitta dosha. It nourishes hair follicles and increases blood supply to the scalp. Being anti-microbial, it also inhibits dandruff. Apply a paste of 1/2 cup yogurt, 2 tbsp gooseberry powder, 1 tbsp fenugreek powder, and 1 tbsp curry leaves paste on damp hair. Rinse after 20 min to get lustrous, durable tresses.
There are more than 400 different viruses that can cause infections, including the common cold, the flu, hepatitis, mononucleosis and HIV. Many people choose to have an annual influenza vaccination, or flu shot, but this is only 80 percent effective. Luckily, there are a number of powerful antiviral herbs. We[.....]
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