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TOP 5 benefits I gain from Organic Castor Oil in my hair treatment?

Today on OiB, Castor will be your forever bestfriend! I am going to explain you about Organic castor oil which has been proven to make your hair healthy and grow with the special properties inside. These are the top most well-known benefit for hair treatment using the royal organic castor oil.

  1. Make Hair Thick And Fertile

For you who experience hairfall or are habing bald head, organic castor oil is a very good herb to promote hair growth in relatively quick time. You might be now wondering what is inside castor oil so that it can promotes hair growth. Well, it works well for hair because of the oil directly boosts blood circulation in hair follicels which lead to hair growth. It also includes Omega-9 essential fatty acid which make hari healthy and shiny. After all, it can help you to lessen split ends hair, hair breakage, and is a well moisturizing for hair.

Honey | OrganicIsBeautiful
Honey | OrganicIsBeautiful

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Honey
  • Water

How?

  • Mix all the ingredients
  • Rub it onto your hair scalp
  • Keep it for 15 minutes
  • Clean your hair with shampoo

 

  1. Heal Infection On Head Scalp

Infection is dangerous for hair health as it causes major problems such as dandruff and itchy scalp, and bad hairfall. Do not worry, be happy! I am now telling you a good news that Castor oil is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent. It heals micro-organisms and pathogens that cause infection on hair scalp.

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Mint leaves
  • water

How?

  • Mix three ingredients
  • Run onto your scalp
  • Wearing your hair cap for 15 minutes
  • Clean your hair

 

  1. Make Hair More Black And Prevent Grey Hair

There are many people in this world experience grey hair in young age and dull hair. You have to be carefully care for your hair if they has showed the sign. You can apply castor oil onto your scalp to get back your original hair color. Do it as often as you can because it helps naturally in a relative quite long time.

Raw Hazelnut | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com
Raw Hazelnut | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Hazelnut oil

How?

  • Mix castor and hazelnut oil
  • Rub onto scalp and hair shaft
  • Wearing haircap
  • Clean your hari carefully

 

  1. As A Hair Serum

People find it expensive to buy everything called serum. Hair serum in market is well known for its expensive price. You have to spend much money to purchase a little mililitre serum. Now that problem can be solved by using organic castor oil as your daily hair care serum. You should pour a bit amount of the oil onto your hand palms, rub your hands until feel warm, rub the oil onto your hair shaft in a tender way. Do it regularly to get healthy hair.

What do you need?

  • Castor oil

How?

  • Rub every day on the hair shaft. Do not need to be washed

Do you think now that Castor Oil is everything for hair? I do.

What are the 5 Spices I should keep in my Kitchen?

Today, on OiB I will tell you the spices which you should keep in there. The kitchen for any woman is a holy shrine where she spends the whole day cooking. Spices come with medicinal values and it is not surprising to note that they were commonly used in ancient times itself to cure minor health ailments like cold, fever, stomach upset, and acne.

Change your eating habits with healthy tastes | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com
Change your eating habits with healthy tastes | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com

Here are five must-have nature spices inside your kitchen:

Turmeric

Turmeric is an Indian product and has been in their cooking for several thousand years. It comes with several properties like decreases the fat, purifies blood and heals wounds and bruises. It needs to be added to boiled milk, curry dishes, and vegetables.

Asafetida

Asafetida comes in the form of granules and you can use a pinch of asafetida. This can be used in water, broth, and ghee, when you are cooking. It mainly helps in reducing indigestion problems, fullness, and heavy gas after eating food.

Cumin

Cumin is another popular ingredient which immensely helps in aiding digestion. It helps in removing pain in the abdomen, remove heaviness in the stomach. It can be added to soup, rice, and lentils.

Coriander

Coriander leaves are excellent spices to be used when cooking. It is used as a garnish. They are commonly found in seeds or ground form. It immensely helps in removing tiredness, exhaustion, headaches, and pain in muscles.

You will want to add some during cooking in curries, vegetable fries, and lentils.

Ginger

Ginger is a very versatile food ingredient. It can be used in healing fever, colds, coughs, and indigestion. The benefits are too many. Apart from that, it also improves the blood circulation and reduces inflammation. You can add it in your food as a spice or as dry powder.

When added to soups or vegetable curries, it enhances the flavor to another level. You can prepare so many DIY dishes using these ingredients.

All of the above are enough to tell you why you must use organic products. They not only give you the best care for your hair, but do not come with harmful chemicals. This is one of the main reasons why I always use hair care products made from natural ingredients. It has helped me in achieving the hair of my dreams.

Do you want to become like me and have healthy and good skincare? The choice is always your sweetie.

5 spices

What are the 5 Spices I should Keep in my Kitchen?

Today, on OiB I will tell you the spices which you should keep in there. The kitchen for any woman is a holy shrine where she spends the whole day cooking. Spices come with medicinal values and it is not surprising to note that they were commonly used in ancient times itself to cure minor health ailments like cold, fever, stomach upset, and acne.

Here are five must-have nature spices inside your kitchen:

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What are the 5 spices I should keep in my kitchen? – Organicisbeautiful.com

Turmeric
Turmeric is an Indian product and has been in their cooking for several thousand years. It comes with several properties like decreases the fat, purifies blood and heals wounds and bruises. It needs to be added to boiled milk, curry dishes, and vegetables.

Asafetida
Asafetida comes in the form of granules and you can use a pinch of asafetida. This can be used in water, broth, and ghee, when you are cooking. It mainly helps in reducing indigestion problems, fullness, and heavy gas after eating food.

Cumin
Cumin is another popular ingredient which immensely helps in aiding digestion. It helps in removing pain in the abdomen, remove heaviness in the stomach. It can be added to soup, rice, and lentils.

species 2
What are the 5 spices I should keep in my kitchen? – Organicisbeautiful.com

Coriander
Coriander leaves are excellent spices to be used when cooking. It is used as a garnish. They are commonly found in seeds or ground form. It immensely helps in removing tiredness, exhaustion, headaches, and pain in muscles.

You will want to add some during cooking in curries, vegetable fries, and lentils.

Ginger
Ginger is a very versatile food ingredient. It can be used in healing fever, colds, coughs, and indigestion. The benefits are too many. Apart from that, it also improves the blood circulation and reduces inflammation. You can add it in your food as a spice or as dry powder.

When added to soups or vegetable curries, it enhances the flavor to another level. You can prepare so many DIY dishes using these ingredients.

Ginger in Skincare | OrganicIsBeautiful
Ginger in Skincare | OrganicIsBeautiful

All of the above are enough to tell you why you must use organic products. They not only give you the best care for your hair, but do not come with harmful chemicals. This is one of the main reasons why I always use hair care products made from natural ingredients. It has helped me in achieving the hair of my dreams.

Do you want to become like me and have healthy and good skincare? The choice is always yours sweetie.

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