Saturday, February 27, 2010

Natural Mustard Oil vs Commercial Oil

Benefits of Ayurveda Mustard Oil versus Aromatherapy Commercial Oil

How to prepare a mustard oil recipe?

1. Use the crushed mustard seeds.
2. Add vinegar, turmeric, salt, and saffron to them.
3. Your mustard oil making recipe is ready

Contraindications of mustard oil recipe: If this recipe is consumed in excessive amounts, it may irritate digestive tract due to heating and warm nature of mustards. Consult your nutritionist for mustard salt content in cases of low salt diet restrictions.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Premature Graying of Hair - Buy Black Shine oil

In order to treat premature graying of hair, there are a plenty of home remedies which you can use:

A very simple remedy you can do with an element that surely you have in your house is using butter to treat your gray hair. You can have a butter massage on the scalp or your hair roots two times per week. In this way, your premature gray hair will naturally absorb all the vitamins from the butter which are really beneficial to keep your hair black or turn them from gray to black.

There are also various hair oils found in spice shops in India that are really popular in America. You can also buy black shine oils on the Internet online like Brhami Amla and Shikakai hair oil, so there is no need to worry if you such easy herbal remedies available. Just regular use of these remedies will prevent and treat your gray hair. Visit this article for more info. You can also buy black shine oils here: Herbal Remedies for Premature Graying of Hair

If you want to make alma oil at home, you can also find this herbal remedy for premature graying of hair, and hair loss in this article written by me.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Where to Buy Aromatherapy Essential Oils

Aromatherapy is simply the treatment of diseases with fragrance.

Here also presents another question: Does the aromatherapy is only directed to treatment of diseases? In my opinion, a therapy can work with a healthy person too who is seeking to prevent the disease.

At this point aromatherapy is in the forefront, as the prevention of disease today has begun to take more importance when it comes to medicine.

Benefits of Aromatherapy - Where to Buy Aromatherapy Oils

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Side Effects of Bitter Almond - Benefits of Sweet Almond

It is important to note that bitter almond oil is also used for its medicinal and therapeutic purposes but because it has a high content of a glycoside called amygdalin and is rich in hydrocyanic acid and is very toxic, it should be left alone for pharmacological preparations.

There are many benefits of sweet almond oil:

Almond oil is a natural skin moisturizer.
Almond oil is a natural skin toner.
Almond oil is a natural hair lubricant.

Read more here:

Benefits of Sweet Almond Oil - Where to Buy Sweet Almond Oil

Friday, February 19, 2010

Therapeutic Benefits of Basil Herb

In India, Basil is known by the name of Holy Tulsi because of its extraordinary medicinal and therapeutic benefits which make it a wonder herb. This herb is used by alternative medicine, natural medicine, especially Ayurvedic medicine on a large scale to cure many types of medical conditions. I drink tulsi tea on a daily basis to keep my mind sharp enough in order to write hubs, blogs, and articles on so many different types of topics.

Basil herb's extraordinary analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antispasmodic properties have made it famous among not only Asians but also many countries around the world. There are no side effects of basil herb which belongs to the mint family of plants. Moreover, basil is said to be the king of herbs.

Read more about this wonder herb here:

Medicinal Benefits of Basil Herb

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Health Benefits of Beetroot Recipes

Beets are particularly rich in folate. It is found that folate acid and folic acid prevents birth defects, neural tube defects (nervous) and help against heart disease and anemia. Properties / Health  - Variety / Season

Beets are also high in fiber, soluble and insoluble. Insoluble fiber helps keep your intestinal tract working well, while the soluble fiber maintains its levels of blood sugar and cholesterol checked. Beets can be harvested at any stage of development, from thinning to the stage of full maturity, with a diameter of about 2 inches. Thinned beets are to be removed from the land before time, to make room for others, when the rows (rows) are over loaded. Thinned beets can be eaten raw, including the leaves in salads or roasted. Beets are high in natural sugar and when roasted reduce the amount of natural sugar.

Beets vary in color and shape depending on the variety. The beet is the most common of which is shaped red balloon. There is an Italian variety that has pink and white rings when cut into slices. Globe-shaped globe golden orange, then to a golden color (yellow gold) when cooked. Another variety is white, one pink, etc.
Beets larger than 3 inches in diameter are often fibrous and woody. Beet leaves have great nutritional content, but must be prepared separately. At the store, beet leaves absorb water from the beets, reducing its flavor, and beets are placed as dehydrated. Leave one inch of stem on beets and not hurt the bulb, to conserve moisture and nutrients. After cutting the leaves, beets can be stored well for a week in plastic bags with holes in the refrigerator. Eat beets while they are still firm and fresh

Wash beets carefully without breaking the shell. Breaks and cuts allow the color and nutritional value to escape. After cooking, the rind (skin) of beet can be easily removed by rubbing. Beets are known for their strong red pigment stain towels, wooden kitchen tables and sinks. Do not worry about your hands. Table salt easily removes stains from the skin.

Beets of different sizes and colors are cooked at different times. Select beets of equal size to avoid burn some. The beets are cooked when they can easily prick with a fork. Raw beets need to be washed and shredded or sliced as thin as possible. Borscht (Russian soup) is a popular beet soup can be served warm in winter and cool in summer.

Beet Recipes
Beet Nutrition Facts
Beet cultivation
Beet Recipes
(1 cup sliced cooked beets)
Calories 31
1.5 grams protein
Carbs 8.5 grams
Dietary Fiber 1.5 grams
Potassium 259 mg
Phosphorous 32 mg
Folate 53.2 mcg
Vitamin A 58.5 IU
Detail beet cultivation in gardens
Roasted Beets with Dijon dressing
3 pounds of beets, the same size (about 2 inches)
4 tablespoons olive oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 / 2 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard

Roasted beet salad

"It is rich in iron, a major consumption during pregnancy, period
menstrual, in the presence of anemia by hemoglobin production,
besides being rich in salt, so take this into account people with diet
without salt. For every 100 g of red beets 0.8 mg iron, 78 mg sodium.
For this reason, it is advisable for pregnant women and should not take people with toxemia of pregnancy. "

Benefits of Beetroot

Healthy Hair Benefits of Ayurveda

As your skin, your hair needs nutrition from the inside. If your diet is deficient in friendly food products hair, or your digestion is not efficient, all the expensive shampoos and hair treatments in the world will not be effective in maintaining color and longevity of your hair. So if you want a healthy bright crown of hair, should at first have a piercing look at what you eat, eat and eat.

What to eat for healthy hair?

Instead of focusing on specific nutrients or rigid quantities, ayurveda recommends a mixture of healthy food products, natural as the best and most delicious way of delivering a variety of nutrients to your hair. The key is to eat food products that are whole, natural, organic and fresh especially amla.

Dabur Amla Oil is very beneficial

Include lots of vegetables in your daily diet. Green, dark hardwoods such as beets, broccoli, carrots, white radish. Fresh green herbs such as coriander, mint and basil. They are all excellent choices for a varied and rich supply of nutrients for your hair. To serve these meals, you should be diced or cut up are good for better digestion. Add hair friendly spices such as cumin and vegetable dishes. Spices not only offer their own wisdom of healing also helps transport nutrients from other foods you eat into the cells and tissues. Vary the vegetables you eat every day.

Include lots of fruits in your daily diet. Choose different types of berries, citrus fruits, melons and sweet grapes. Vary the fruits you eat every day. Enter a handful of raisins in hot water for about 30 minutes and eat them every morning to promote regularity, essential for the health of your hair.

The coconut is valued in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to nourish the hair and scalp. The premature hair fall is associated in ayurveda with an imbalance in Pitta dosha, the principle of heat in the body. To balance the fiery Pitta, add fresh grated coconut to vegetable or grain dishes, and drink fresh coconut juice. This juice is not only delicious and refreshing, but also offers a variety of nutrients for your hair. Besides the coconut contains oil that prevents excessive dryness of the scalp and hair.

Dairy products feed your hair very well. Ayurveda recommends in particular whole milk, soft cheeses and yogurt. Milk is traditionally boiled and left to a comfortable temperature before drinking to improve digestion of it.

Whole grains and smaller legumes also offer food to your hair without demanding too much your digestive system. Vary the grains you eat, and combine grains, beans, vegetables, herbs and spices and have a cocktail extremely nutrient rich for your hair.

Include nuts in your daily diet. 8.10 Put almonds in hot water for a while and then eat them for breakfast every morning. Nuts also can enter water and contribute to hair health and color.

Benefits of Ayurveda