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Neem oil benefits

Neem oil benefits Today I talk about neem oil benefits ( Ayurvedic neem oil. )  It is ‘Sarva Roga Nivarini’ (Universal Healer or curer of all Ailments) neem.  It is also called in Sanskrit “Arishtha,” meaning “reliever of sickness”. In one line we can say Ayurvedic neem oil purifies, repairs, and heals of all parts of the body.  Neem oil benefits It has been used for eras for treating equally skin and hair disorders.  Neem has antibacterial action which treats skin issues like rashes, burns, abrasions hyper-pigmentation, and acne.  Its contents Vitamin and high Essential Fatty Acid. It clarifies the hair and scalp to relieve dandruff, environmental damage and stimulates hair follicles for improved hair volume and growth. Neem is cold in nature. Usage of Ayurvedic neem oil 1. If you are suffering from acne? You can use Neem oil for skin spot treatment.  2. If you have hyperpigmentation skin issues? You can use Neem oil on the face as a facial oil.  3. If your

aloe vera juice benefits

Aloe vera juice benefits In this blog, I will discuss what is the benefit of drinking aloe vera juice and what is the side effect of aloe vera juice. Aloe Vera is an amazing plant. It is very water-dense. Aloe Vera can be taken daily. It has some added benefits when anyone takes it daily. Studies have proven that when Aloe Vera is been taken daily, it can boost the life span of mammals 20%. The daily dosage of Aloe Life Juice of 2 tablespoons can be taken before meals as supplements to increase absorption power 3-10 times. Aloe vera juice benefits Balance out the acidic effect in the body: An acidic pH body is a breeding ground for disease. Illness flourishes in this kind of atmosphere. Aloe vera juice helps balances out this kind of acidic PH in the body. Help in body Hydration: Aloe vera help you to stay hydrated, which helps your body detox by flash out impurity from your body. Aloe vera juice also packs a substantial nutrient that can optimize your body’s organ output.

how to boost or improve child's immunity?

15 ways to improve child’s immunity? Every parent has this question in mind. How to improve child’s immunity? or how to boost child’s immunity? In this blog, I have discussed in this line.  Here I have captured 15 ways how to improve child’s immunity? This is the fact that every child caught Colds and flu, but by reducing the frequency if you handle them carefully.  In this writeup, I will explain to you in a quite simple and easy way so that everyone can relate the same very easily. 1. Fruit and Vegetables like Oranges, Lemons, Clementine’s, Green leaves, berries, melons, pomegranate, peaches, apples, bananas, and mangoes, etc are wonderful for building immunity. Everyday fruits and vegetables should be part of their meals. 2. Breast milk feeds to your baby to set a solid foundation. It includes immunity-improving antibodies and white blood cells. Care For protects against ear infections, allergies, diarrhea, pneumonia, meningitis, urinary tract infections, and un

30 ways to improve the immune system

30 ways to improve the immune system Now a day’s immunity is one of the important things in today’s lifestyle. In this blog, after doing a lot of research from different sources, I am bringing to you 30 ways to improve the immune system . In this blog, I will discuss with you different angels like  ayurvedically , naturopathy, Harvard university research, etc. Read this blog till the end, here you will find something interesting. The idea of strengthening your  immunity  is tempting, it requires balance and harmony. There is still much that scientists do not know about how complex and interconnected the immune response is. For now, there is no scientifically proven direct link between lifestyle and increased immune function. But this does not mean that the effects of lifestyles on the  immune system  are not inquisitive and should not be studied. Researchers are studying the effects of diet, exercise, age, psychological stress, and other factors on the immune response in humans.