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The Benefits of Bathing Every Day for Health

A shower every day is common. But in some other countries that have 4 seasons, bathing activities may be carried out only once a week, or every few days. Fortunately for those of you who have a habit of bathing every day because of the health benefits it turned out really great. Bath using cold water is also highly recommended, rather than using warm water.
Cool the body. Excess body heat can cause health problems, such as heat stroke and gastrointestinal problems. For children, excess body heat causes chickenpox disease and bleeding in the nose. A bath can help cool the body and prevent you from the disease Clean the dirt.

Bath can clean the dirt that clog pores in the surface of the skin. Clean pores allowing the skin to breathe and prevent from skin diseases such as eczema and hives Relieve stress When you stress, muscle cramps and become stiff.  Bath relaxes our muscles, and thus it can reduce stress.

Cure depression Specifically for depression, then shower with warm water will ease your suffering. Bath has a positive psychological effect on the mind.
Increase energy When you wake up in the morning, usually will feel weak and lethargic. Bath with cold water will make you excited and bursting energy.

LEMONGRASS

Lemongrass is known by the scientific names Cymbopogon Citratus or Andropogon Citratus. The main constituents of its essential oil are Myrcene, Citronellal, Geranyl Acetate, Nerol, Geraniol, Neral, Limonene and Citral.This grass is used in countless beverages (including tea), desserts and other forms of culinary creations as a flavoring agent, where fresh lemon is not available or is not to be used because of its more potent flavor. It is widely used in Chinese and Thai recipes.

Lemon grass oil is highly used in holistic medical practices throughout the world and cultivated, primarily in North America and the Mediterranean. Extractions of the oil are obtained by cold expression of the peels of unripe fruit.

The oil is sold as a pure essential oil, standardised lemon grass oil (for consistency), or it can be mixed with other oils such as olive oil, coconut oil, lemon balm oil, or mineral oil, depending on how it will be used. It is found in many personal care products, home cleaning products, and furniture polishes. Many home cleaning products contain lemon grass oil because a lot of people associate the smell of lemons with freshness and cleanliness.
Qualities of lemongrass

Antidepressant:

Lemongrass Oil boosts self esteem, confidence, hope and mental strength, and it uplifts spirits and fights depression. This also relieves anxiety. As an antidepressant, lemongrass can be systematically administered to patients of acute depression who are undergoing rehabilitation after acute shock.

Antimicrobial and Antibacterial:

Lemongrass has antimicrobial properties which makes it an inhibitor of microbial and bacterial growth in the body, both internally and externally.
Antipyretic:

This is quite similar to a febrifuge but it is effective on very high fevers as well. This oil can bring down a fever when it is beginning to reach dangerous levels. This property of Lemongrass, which comes from its essential oils, is widely known and utilized.

Antiseptic:

The antiseptic properties of Lemongrass Oil make it a good application for external and internal wounds as well as an ingredient of antiseptic lotions and creams. Astringent: Astringent helps the stoppage of blood flow by contraction of the blood vessels. If someone is bleeding profusely, you need to utilize an astringent to speed up clotting of the blood and stop the flow to save his or her life. It promotes contraction of gums, hair follicles, muscles, skin and blood vessels, thereby preventing loosening and falling out of teeth, hair loss and it reduces the flow of blood through the vessels. Some of these properties can be life-saving.

Febrifuge:

Lemongrass Oil helps bring down fevers by battling the infections from which the fever is caused, as well as by increasing perspiration, which induces sweating out of toxins.

Fungicidal:

Lemongrass Oil has good fungicidal properties and may be used to cure fungal infections, both external and internal.
Antioxidant:

An agent which tones up and boosts health is a tonic. Lemongrass Oil is a tonic in a very clear sense. It tones all the systems functioning in the body.So it is a herb with a lot of uses and a lot of benefits if consumed or applied regularly on your body.

 

Lemon:

Clarifying moisturizer: Mix a few drops of coconut water with a few drops of lemon juice. The coconut will hydrate your skin, and lemon will clear and brighten it.

Elbow and knee bleacher: “If your elbows and knees appear dark, simply rub them with half of a lemon,” says Patrice Coleman, owner of DaBlot Beauty. “It’s like magic!”

Blackhead treatment: It may sound too good to be true, but because lemons are antibacterial,

they can help treat acne. Just slice a lemon,  and squeeze the juice on your face.  Your blackheads

will start to fade before you know it. Skin brightener: Lemons are rich in vitamin C and citric  acid, so they can help brighten and lighten your skin when used over time. Vitamin C is a great antioxidant  for neutralizing free radicals and boosting collagen production,  says Marina Peredo, M.D., a dermatologist. That means it can  help lighten age spots, dark spots, or a fake tan gone wrong. Remember to wear SPF when using lemon juice on your skin, though, since the citrus  fruit can make your skin more sensitive to UV rays.

 

 

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