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DADI MA KE NUSKHE ' HOME REMEDIES'

dadi ma ke nuskhe;home remedy's
  • Home Remedy for Acidity

    • Consume a small piece of jaggery after having all three meals and see what wonders it can do to keep acidity away.
    • Take a cup of water and boil it. Add 1 tsp of Aniseed (Saunf) to the water and leave it overnight. On the next morning, filter the water and add 1 tsp of honey to it. Drink it thrice a day and bid goodbye to acidity.
    • Take a cardamom and a clove and powder it. Consume it like a mouth freshener after having your each meal. Not only this remedy will take care of your acidity problem, but also will keep away bad breath.
    • Take about 1-½ liters of water and add 1 tsp Caraway seeds (shah jeera) to it. Bring to a boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Drink it while warm at least 2-3 times a day for 5-6 days.

    Home Remedy for Acne

    • Gently apply fresh limejuice on pimples and blackheads.
    • Dab the mixture made by combining 1 tsp fresh coriander powder and a pinch of turmeric powder on the pimples, while going to bed in the night and wash it off when you wake up the next morning.
    • Take a few fresh curry leaves and make a paste. Apply the paste on the acne-affected area and keep it overnight and wash it off with warm water the next morning.
    • Apply the paste made of nutmeg (Jaiphal) and raw milk on acne and wash it off after 20 minutes. Do it for about 10-12 days and see the magical effects.
    • Take some fresh fenugreek leaves and make a paste to apply on the acne pimples overnight.
    • For people with oily skin, the perfect home remedy is to apply a paste made by mixing sandalwood and few drops of rosewater on the acne affected area for about an hour and then wash off gently.
    • For dry skin, the best remedy is to take a piece of sandalwood and rub it on a smooth stone and make a paste using a few drops of raw milk. Apply the mixture on the acne and keep it for an hour and thereafter gently wash with water.

Comments

Sanjeeta kk said…
Helpful and interesting tips. Best wishes.
MINAL said…
nice one i really love it..
MINAL said…
thanx sanjeeta if you know something intrusting do share with us:):):)

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