India is not only a house to billions of people but also a treasure of simple remedies that help get over troubles that allopathy would take a longer time to resolve. As Indians, what shame it will bring if we ourselves are not informed about the elixirs that are found in every Indian kitchen.
Our last blog was part one of this series.
Aloe vera – The Powerhouse
Aloe vera is loaded with soothing and healing properties. Use the aloe vera pulp on your face as it is extremely hydrating, scrubs off bacteria, decreases redness, and is good for any kind of skin problem. Apply aloe vera pulp to your hair to make it smooth and soft.
Are you really staying in India if you have never heard of Multani mitti? It is loaded with cleansing properties, tightens pores and smoothens the skin. However, if you have very dry skin, avoid using Multani mitti on your face.
Gram flour and yoghurt
Add half teaspoon of gram flour and half teaspoon turmeric to milk or curd. Mix it properly till it forms a paste. Apply it on your face and rinse it off after 30 minutes. Say hi to glowing skin.
Orange peel face mask
After you eat the yummy orange, dry it peels, and crush it to powder. Mix it with water. Apply it on your face for 10 minutes. Rinse with cold water and welcome a glowing face.
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Mix turmeric with water and apply this paste in your underarms. Shaving might result in darker underarms, and this paste helps you to get rid of it. Keep the paste on for 10 minutes and then wipe it off.
No bets there, work from home has increased everyone’s screen hours. The students too are studying online. With the increased screen time, your eyes tend to try up and become itchy. Before going to bed, wash your face, and place a slice of cucumber on your eye. Let it rest there for some time. Cucumber has natural cooling properties that hydrates your eyes and eases out the stress on your eyes.
Egg is loaded with proteins, and proteins incredibly benefit your hair. If you are not a vegan or a vegetarian, you can condition your hair twice a month with conditioner for a natural keratin treatment.
Turmeric and honey
Add half teaspoon of turmeric to one spoon of honey. Mix it properly and consume it when you feel dryness in your throat or are battling a cough. It works better than cough syrups minus the drowsy effect.
These remedies save you a good buck and also come without any side effects.
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