This sweet preparation is sure to tantalize your taste buds and give you pimple free smooth skin too. Consuming this drink regularly even after pimples disappear, will help you to gain a glowing complexion.
This powder is awesome to use in the hot summer months when prickly heat/rash breaks out on the body due to excessive perspiration. It's best to stay cool at such a time. To do that, use this powder to stay cool and dry. I like to make a batch of this and store it in my refrigerator, so that when I apply this, I feel light and cool!Also, wear light clothing made from natural fibres such as cotton. My mom has always made me a new cotton lingerie ever since I can recall for every summer:-) This recipe is from the book Natural Beauty At Home by Janice Cox.
This is an all natural ear drop. It has helped my family with pain due to ear infection as well as getting rid of the obnoxious tickle in the back of your throat when you have a cough. Even for the throat, it is placed in the ear. It coats the "tickle" spot. ;) Cook time is "sit and shake" time.
As the title suggests this is an easy remedy for those all round ills that seem to strike when we least need them! This has worked very well for our family this year and I hope it will for you. :) You can also add the juice of a lemon and even the skin chopped as well if you like for added vit C. I do sometimes :)
This ointment boosts circulation and warms your muscles. Helpful for arthritis and rheumatism. From the book Natural Beauty From the Garden by Janice Cox. Guessing on times, and they do not include time to let mixtures cool.
This is long lasting, easy to carry and discreet- you can just rub them on. Now you can carry your own personal scent just like the beauties of the olden times did such as Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Madame de Pompadour and Irene Langhorne(the original Gibson girl). Pour your blends into vintage compacts or pillboxes for a unique package to slip into a pocket or purse. Any fragrance can be given a solid form. One must bear in mind that oil-based scents will last longer. This recipe is from the book:Natural Beauty At Home by Janice Cox.
I'm sure you will go crazy for this recipe like I did when I first read it last Friday;) It's from the Weekend magazine, Trouble Shooter Q & A column by Rima Soni. I hope it'll help many! This is NOT to be eaten.
A great home remedy prescribed by my ear, nose & throat specialist for sinus headaches, congestion, colds, and allergies. The salt water clears the "gunk" out. The baking soda soothes irritated membranes, and the glycerine soothes and moisturizes.
A "tincture" is something that is made by combining flowers or herbs with alcohol. The alcohol basically pulls the essence of the herb or flower into its solution and "suspends" it there to use at a later time. Tinctures can sometimes be purchased readymade from health food stores. I hope you enjoy this one. It's from the book 'The Good Earth Bath, Beauty & Health Book' by Casey Kellar. The approx. shelf life of this is 1 year. The number of servings is a guess.
I read this one in the National Examiner, and they printed it from SkinCareIndia.com. Haven't tried it, but sound like it would be wonderful for dry skin. The honey locks in moisture and oatmeal soothes and softens the skin. Enjoy.