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Almost every part of neem has medicinal properties. The leaves can lower blood sugar, control blood pressure, and help treat acne, dandruff, and psoriasis. The seed oil works as a mosquito repellent and treats skin infections too. Meanwhile, the bark fights intestinal ulcers and dental plaque.
Boils form as a result of bacterial infections of a hair follicle or sebaceous gland. Heat application with Epsom salts is a good way to increase blood flow to the boil and get rid of it. Herbal remedies like turmeric and neem paste also work in helping boils resolve. Crushed garlic application is also an effective remedy. Many have found drinking tea with black seed oil to be useful in getting rid of boils too.
Emergency herbal first aid can care for wounds, burns, and minor ailments. Knowing what to use, when, and how in case of small injuries is a life skill. Dried green chiretta stem and neem extracts are effective in reducing sudden fever. Green chiretta is beneficial in reducing fever in malaria and dengue. Basil leaves and basil oil give relief from fever due to infection, cough, and cold.
Warmer weather brings with it hordes of large brown or green stink bugs crawling all over the place. And if you happen to swat...
Having a red and itchy armpit rash can be one painful experience. An armpit rash can be brought on by a number of causes,...
Having a thigh rash can be extremely unpleasant and embarrassing. It effectively confines you to one place, unable to walk around too much. Thankfully, it goes away quickly too, if treated properly. Good aeration is the key to letting a rash heal. You can also try other applications such as aloe gel, turmeric gel, and neem tea for faster healing. Oils such as coconut and almond can help form a protective barrier around the rash.
To enhance your oral hygiene, make a DIY mouthwash. It won’t have alcohol and dyes like in commercial versions. A basic recipe consists of 1 cup of distilled water and 3 to 5 drops of antibacterial oils like neem, tea tree, turmeric, or clove. Peppermint essential oil can be added to freshen your breath. Want to prevent plaque and stains? Mix coconut oil or hydrogen peroxide with distilled water.
Boils on the butt and inner thighs arise due to improper hygiene, sweat retention or hormonal changes. Some simple yet effective home remedies like crushed garlic, neem leaves, turmeric, apple cider vinegar and many others can help these boils heal. They also prevent the recurrence of these boils.
Every time you have a cold, flu, or an infection, it has become commonplace to pop an antibiotic pill and flush out the infection...
If you have genital discomforts, rinse the vaginal area with an apple cider vinegar and water solution. Applying a few drops of garlic oil in vitamin E oil to the affected area and later rinsing and drying can provide relief. Other remedies like yogurt, honey, and coconut oil can help reduce itching. A cold compress and a salt water bath can also help reduce the genital discomfort.
Vitamin-C is vital for collagen production in the body, which is required for tissue growth and development. A deficiency of the same causes scurvy where your joints become weak and inflamed and gums become spongy. Apart from consuming vitamin-C rich foods, trying home remedies using lime, lemon, Indian gooseberries, white lilac flowers, and raw mango powder help.
Neem has been used traditionally to treat a range of illnesses from skin, hair and dental disorders, to diabetes, cardiac problems. It is also an effective contraceptive, a natural pesticide, and a mosquito repellent. However, neem oil, if ingested in large doses, can have severe to fatal repercussions. From causing nausea, drowsiness, and diarrhea to inducing abortions, neem oil can have some side effects you need to be wary of. Neem leaves, twigs, seeds, and bark are generally safe if used correctly.
Some of ayurvedic herbs and spices purify rakta dhatu or blood. Antimicrobial properties of Manjishta treat skin disease, help in arthritic swelling, increase immunity, and regulate menstrual flow. Neem's antimicrobial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory actions pacify P-Dosh and K-Dosh and relieve skin allergies, cure diabetic wounds etc... Turmeric stops bleeding in gums, treats bruises, cures jaundice, anemia, and fatty liver. Aloe vera treats sunburn, heals wounds, relieves indigestion, and is good for hair and skin. Khadira is a powerful astringent that controls bleeding.
An unpleasant smell from the hair is intrusive and daunting. Various reasons like an oily scalp, dandruff, applying conditioner to the scalp, excessive sweating, pollution,...
Using natural products has gained immense popularity in recent years, especially as people become aware of the hazards of using lab-created chemically engineered substitutes....
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