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See How Easily You Can Natural Homemade Deodorant

Homemade deodorant

Homemade deodorant

Who would survive a day without using deodorants? Probably no one unless of course you don’t sweat at all! People have their very own brands of deodorant that they have chosen after a crucial trial and error process that involves sweating and stinking in their armpits.

This is probably the main reason why it is quite difficult to persuade people to give natural products a try when it comes to deodorants. However, I found out that the following natural products are now making their way to the top on the list of must try natural homemade deodorants.

  • Baking Soda and Cornstarch

Simply mix 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda with little water and rub it onto your armpits. Baking soda will help prevent body odor without the use of chemicals. You may also mix baking soda and cornstarch (one part is to six) and place some on your armpits.

  • Lemon Juice

    Make your homemade deodorant from your kitchen

    Make your homemade deodorant from your kitchen

Oh yes! This favorite natural remedy is once again included in this list! Simply slice some lemon wedges and swipe them on your armpits. You should be careful in doing this though as it may sting if you rub in too much and if you have just shaven, plucked or waxed your armpits.

  • Homemade Deodorant by Amy Karol

Simply melt 3 tablespoons of shea butter, 3 tablespoons of baking soda, 2 tablespoons of cornstarch and 2 tablespoons of cocoa butter. Turn off the heat and add in essential oil and oil from 2 capsules of vitamin E. Let sit in the fridge and use as necessary.

Try this at home and see how it works for you and share your experience with my readers. Do not forget to read more articles from my blog Natural Health Care Reviews


Do You Know What Are The Best Sleeping Positions

Sleeping positions

Sleeping positions

One’s sleeping position greatly affects sleep quality. It can make you feel thoroughly rested or utterly unwell when you wake up in the morning. Here are two of the best sleeping positions which you can try to get definite restful sleep.

  • Sleeping on your back

I think sleep on your back is probably the most common and one of the best sleeping positions ever. Experts explains that  it decreases the chances of waking up in the morning with the neck and back pains. They  also said to help minimizing wrinkles and reducing acid reflux problem. It can be very beneficial to people who take good care of their skin because the face does not come in contact with pillows or other beddings.

  • Sleeping on your side

On the other hand, sleep on your side is very ideal most especially for pregnant women. Pregnant women have troubles trying to sleep on their backs as the tummy usually gets heavy (most especially in the later months of pregnancy). It is recommended that they sleep on their left side to increase blood flow. Sleeping on your side is also quite ideal for people who snore. Doing so will reduce the occurrence of snoring.

  • Sleeping on your stomach

Just as there are a good sleeping positions, this is also a not  recommended sleep position. Most of the doctors and health experts agree that sleeping on your stomach is not ideal position. Doing so will lead to problems like nerve irritation, back pain and numbing and tingling sensations. Sleeping on your stomach also prompts you to turn your head to the side causing neck pain when you wake up in the morning.

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Why You Should Practice Yoga: The Health Benefits of Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga is a non-aerobic form of exercise that has been practiced for thousands of years by many men and women. It is said that yoga originated in India and was primarily practiced for the purpose of attaining a certain goal.Since yoga has many branches and there are several types or kinds, the goal is said to differ from one type to another.

Nowadays, people practice yoga for different purposes – from the need to be calm and relaxed, the need to be in tune with one’s soul and even the need to lose weight.

Whatever purpose yoga may serve an individual, there is no denying that it has a lot of health benefits.Yoga helps stabilize and regulate pulse rate, respiratory rate and blood pressure.

It also helps promote muscle and joint flexibility that can help increase the range of activities that you can do. Yoga is known to make individuals endure more – resulting to apparent increase in energy.

Yoga Practice

Yoga practice

It can also help increase breath holding time, dexterity, resilience, strength, steadiness, depth perception and balance. Weight is also normalized as well as an improved posture.Yoga does not only have physiological benefits but has psychological benefits as well. People who do yoga are said to be less prone to depression and anxiety.

Cognitive skills like memory, attention, concentration and learning efficiency also significantly increases. There are also personality developments like improvements in self acceptance, awareness, social skills, subjective well-being and mood.

In sum, yoga is one healthy way of exercising that improves the body, the mind and the heart.

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Home Remedies That Prevent Grey Hair Solution

Grey hair

Grey hair

Grey hair is an inescapable problem for all of us, most especially for people who are already in their senior years. However, some people who are still young already start to have grey hair.

That is because having grey hair is not only related with age but also with the cells involved in hair coloring. The human hair gets its color from melanocytes which produce certain colors like black, dark brown, red, yellow and so on.

So what causes grey hair? You see, when these melanocytes start to die off, they no longer give out color – resulting in grey or even white hair. The first round of grey hair appearance is not only dependent on age and melanocytes but also the age when your parents or grandparents started having grey hair.

In short, having grey hair is genetic or hereditary. Although there are commercially available products that can dye your hair back to its natural color, there are also home remedies that can prevent grey hair.

Indian goosebery

Indian goosebery is natural remedy for grey hair

Indian Gooseberry (Amla). Simply boil a few pieces of amla in coconut oil. Wait for the amla pieces to turn black before turning off the fire. Combine the mixture properly and apply the paste onto your hair. Let it stay for about 10 minutes and wash off.

Curry Leaves. Curry leaves can bring back the natural color of your hair. Just boil some curry leaves with coconut oil and wait until the curry leaves turn black. Strain the liquid and apply as a hair tonic onto your hair.

Salt and Black Tea. Mix in 1 tablespoon of salt in plain black tea. Combine the two ingredients thoroughly and massage it onto hair. Leave it on for 1 hour and rinse off.

Try these tips at home let me know how these tip work for you. Or if you have somebody who need this, please share this with them so that they are get the benefits as well.

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