If your blood platelet count is dropping or well below ideal levels, you may need to supplement any other treatment with some natural remedies as well. Even if you’re just looking at remedies for a moderately low count, these easy remedies can help. Get some sunshine, cut out alcohol, stay hydrated and consume foods rich in vitamins B12, C, and K that help build and cleanse blood. Or try Ayurvedic remedy amla or drink some papaya leaf juice to help boost that platelet count.
Ringworm can be difficult to tackle, especially if it's not caught in the beginning stages. It's very common with children around the world. At first, they start off as small red lumps on the scalp. The fungus attacks hair shafts and as a result, the lumps grow larger and the hair around the area falls off. Using coconut oil, garlic, tea tree oil, turmeric, myrrh and goldenseal, and aloe vera gel on the affected area can help treat ringworm of the scalp.
Avoid papaya if you are on blood-thinning medication or planning a baby. Large quantities can also damage your esophagus. Papaya seeds may lower fertility in men and induce menstrual periods or increase menstrual flow in women. Children with have cystic fibrosis should avoid papayas. The seeds, roots, fruit, and leaf infusions are not suitable if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Avoid fermented papaya if you have low blood sugar. The latex can also cause allergy.
You can use ground or juiced papaya leaves for dengue. Dengue lowers your platelet count below normal and can develop into dengue hemorrhagic fever, a fatal condition. Papaya leaves can raise the platelet count by preventing the destruction of platelets by making the cell membranes strong and by increasing the activity of the genes that help produce platelets. They can also kill the larvae of dengue-spreading mosquitoes. But always ask your doctor first.
Everyone desires beautiful, clear skin, but dark spots can easily appear as a result of the overproduction of a pigment called melanin. The overproduction of melanin is known as hyperpigmentation which can be caused by acne, pimples, sun damage, age, hormonal imbalances, bruises, etc. Surface pigmentation is easier to get rid[.....]
Did you know that Ayurveda has skin care remedies to match any commercially available cosmetics from the 21st century? These natural treatments are gentle on the skin and nourish the body, helping skin heal and replenish itself, keeping it looking supple and youthful, and slowing aging. So why not rustle up a homemade exfoliating powder or a nourishing fruit cream or face pack instead of using something out of a jar?
Simply crush a tsp of coconut or papaya or pomegranate to make an enzyme peel paste. Apply it as a thin mask on face and neck in mild circular motions. Rinse with cold water after 15-25 mins and apply a moisturiser. It cleanses pores, improves skin tone, removes dead cells and promotes skin renewal. It also fights wrinkles, dryness and whiteheads.
Papaya seeds contain nutrients that help heal cirrhosis of the liver and improve kidney health, preventing renal failure. Its anti-inflammatory properties help treat arthritis and joint disease. It contains an alkaloid called carpaine that kills intestinal worms and amoeba parasites. Papain, in papaya seeds, helps in effective digestion of protein. Avoid if pregnant.
Papaya, commonly known as papaw or pawpaw, is a delicious fruit with a wide range of health benefits. It is reputably called the “fruit of angels” and the “tree of life”. It is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and nutrients, and this fruit has numerous benefits to offer for your skin. Papaya is[.....]
Papaya's versatility lends itself to a range of recipes that bust skin problems. The papain in it dissolves dead skin and makes for a good addition to face and body exfoliants to reduce dirt and grime in skin's pores. Add vitamin E oil, honey, and yogurt for a moisturizing face pack. With apple cider vinegar, papaya busts acne. The peel of papaya makes for a good anti-aging ingredient.
Troubled with heartburn and indigestion? Try using papaya fruit! Papaya contains papain, a remarkable, protein-dissolving enzyme that eases many stomach ailments and is an exceptional aid to digestion. A rich source of minerals and vitamins A, C and E, papain also breaks down wheat gluten, which may be of great help those with Celiac disease.
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