Showing posts with label natural remedies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label natural remedies. Show all posts

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Recipes to Beautify your Skin Naturally: Rejuvenate your skin using chemical free homemade masks and give instant glow to your look.

Are you tired of using expensive products which make your face shine for just a few hours? Are you looking for a permanent remedy for all your face skin problems? Then, here is the one stop solution. This book talks about various homemade masks for getting the glow on one's stressed out and tired skin back. All the ingredients mentioned in the recipes for beautifying one's skin are readily available at one's home.

Protecting one’s skin from the pollution of the atmosphere is very difficult nowadays as the pollutants are not only limited to air, but are also present in the food that we eat. The most affected part of our body is always the face. If the air is polluted, the dust particles and other harmful chemicals get accumulated on it and when the food is polluted, the symptoms are visible on the face in the form of pimples and acne. Yes, our body is basically what we eat and what we breathe. There are a number of medicines for treatment if your stomach gets upset or the air infects your throat. However, the facial area remains the major concern which is one’s first impression to the world.

Ingredients of such homemade masks work on the cells of the skin and get in to the pores while treating the distressing problems permanently. One must be aware how most of the skin products available in the market can prove harmful for the skin in long run if used continuously. In fact, the glow which one gets on the skin after using such products is very temporary as it only forms an outer layer on the skin rather than treating the ailments internally.

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Monday, 18 February 2013

Natural Remedies for Hair Loss

Hair loss has become a serious problem nowadays in both males and females. The permanent solution of this problem lies in the lap of nature rather than in the usage of chemicals which further destroy our hair.

Here are some best natural remedies to control hair loss:

1. Apply Henna Paste- You can apply henna paste on your hair once in fifteen days. It not only acts as a good conditioner, but also controls hair loss to a great extent. For better results, you can add two raw eggs into the paste.

2. Use Herbal Shampoo- Rather than applying any chemical based shampoo, it’s better to use a herbal shampoo as it doesn’t have any side effects.

3. Massage Scalp with Olive and Coconut Oil- To control hair loss, it’s must to massage your scalp once a week. For massaging, you can make a mixture of olive and coconut oil and apply it in your hair from root to tip. It is considered to be one of the most effective remedies for controlling hair loss. Both olive oil and coconut oil together work wonders for your hair.

4. Use Lemon as Conditioner- Instead of using any chemical based conditioner, it’s better to use lemon after hair wash as conditioner. After taking head bath, you need to squeeze a lemon in a mug of water and then pour it on your hair. Leave it on your hair for two minutes and then wash it thoroughly. It not only conditions the hair, but also helps in removing dandruff from the hair which is considered to be the major cause for hair fall problems.

5. Take Amla Juice- You can take amla in the form of juice or powder on a daily basis. Amla helps in the growth of hair and reduces hair loss to a large extent. It’s recommended to take 1 teaspoon of amla powder or 2 teaspoon of amla juice in empty stomach every morning to get better results.

Monday, 11 February 2013

Natural Remedies For Cough And Runny Nose

Cough is a kind of illness in which the person coughs repeatedly due to which there is also sometimes pain in chest and throat. Running nose is a mild and common illness which makes you sneeze a lot and gives you a sore throat and cough. A runny nose may not hurt, but it is certainly annoying. If you do not care properly, nasal discharge can lead to sinus problems, coughing as well as ear aches. A runny nose produces mucous dripping down the back of the throat and comes out of the nostrils. Around 3 quarts of mucous are produced on a daily basis by our body however; the quantity is increased to a large extent in case of runny nose.
Here are a few natural remedies for cough and runny nose which you can follow without the fear of any kind of side affects: 

Salt Water
The simplest way is to clear out mucous that cause a runny nose is to wash the nostrils with saltwater solution. For this, you need to dissolve a tablespoon of ordinary salt in eight ounces of warm water. After that, you take some water into a dropper and drop the solution into your nose. You should inhale very softly to draw the water and puff your nose to clear out any excess water and nasal discharge. 

Spicy Food
Spicy foods can work as a home remedy for a runny nose and Cough. Hot foods clear up nasal congestion and prove to be of great help in curing cough and runny nose. It increases nasal discharge by helping the body in flushing out the blockage and toxins. Spicy foods, particularly hot peppers and ginger, help increase breathing circulation. 

Mustard Oil
Simple and effective remedy for a runny nose is plain mustard oil. For this, you need to warm up some oil and take it in a dropper to put just a drop in one nostril. Give a minute or two to absorb, and then put oil in the other nostril. 

Turmeric is a traditional Indian medicine for curing runny nose. You can soak dry ground turmeric in linseed oil. After that, you need to warm up the solution and inhale the vapor through your nose. 

Prop up Your Head
Propping up your head while sleeping helps to get rid of running nose. This also helps the nasal discharge drain out instead of running down through your throat and causing coughing and ear aches. 

Eucalyptus Oil 
You can combine two drops of eucalyptus oil with one teaspoon of sunflower or olive oil and massage the mixture into your chest. It gives a lot of relief from cough and runny nose. 

Astragalus is a traditional Chinese medicine and which is used for treating cold and runny nose. The plant has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. The root of this plant can be consumed in tea form. You can add 3 to 6 g of dried root to 12 oz of boiling water and take the mixture three times a day for getting relief from cough as well as runny nose. 

The best part is that all the above mentioned medicines are natural herbs which don’t have any side effects. However, if the problem doesn't reduce in 4-5 days, you must consult a doctor.