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3 Nail Problems And Their Natural Home Remedies
Nails are natural, protective outgrowths on our fingers and toes that often bear the brunt of all our activity. However, proper nail care is often ignored. Nails, though dead tissue, can develop fungal infections. These infections can be treated with coconut oil or citric acid patches. Likewise, brittle nails can be treated with biotin supplementation. Ridges on nails are a cause for concern when they are horizontal, and the underlying cause must be evaluated.
5 Things You Do That Actually Make Your Sunburn Worse
Protecting yourself from the harmful rays of the sun is extremely important to prevent skin damage. And, if you are planning to stay out in...
Get Rid Of Acne Using These 9 Things Which You Already Have At Home
Clean, clear and healthy skin is an important aspect of looking and feeling good about yourself. Sometimes though, pimples show up without warning (often...
What Are The Side Effects Of Citric Acid Overdose?
Citric acid, the most widely used food preservative and additive, is generally harmless. However, its frequent or excessive intake weakens the tooth enamel and dentin, making your tooth decay. It also increases aluminum toxicity in the body which may lead to kidney problems, anemia, or nerve damage. Studies have also pointed out that it can increase the risk of free radical damage and cancer.
Clean Your Toilet Naturally
Scrounge around the house for ingredients to throw into your toilet. This DIY cleaner will leave it sparkling and disinfected, protecting your 'assets.'
Importance Of Detoxification, Drainage And Energy Metabolism
We are constantly exposing ourselves to toxins, both external (microbes, fungi, chemicals) and internal (physiological by-products). It is important to detoxify our bodies to alleviate diseases by supporting our liver, kidneys, extracellular matrix, bowels, and skin. Disturbances in our body's energy-producing pathway, the Kreb's cycle, may also result in several health conditions.
How To Keep Your Toilet Clean Naturally?
Add 1 cup baking soda to a mixing bowl and break up any clumps. Add 1/4 cup citric acid to this. In a small glass, mix 1/2 tsp vinegar and 1tbsp hydrogen peroxide. Now slowing add this to the baking soda mix as mixing it all in once will cause a mess. You can add a few drops of your favorite essential oils. Scoop them on a parchment paper, let dry and use them.
Erasing Depression Nature’s Way.
Coping with Depression: Depression can affect anyone and strike at any time for any reason. Depression can come with negative thoughts ranging from worthlessness to...