Posts

Showing posts from February 11, 2018

Capsule That Will Turn Your White Hair To Black From The Roots

Image
Just like the skin, the hair also gets its color from melanin.  There are two types of melanin:

* Eumelanin (dark, brown or black pigments)
* Pheomelanin (light, yellow or reddish pigments)

According to Scientists, This Is What Causes Gray Hair
According to Dr. Desmond Tobin, a professor at the University of Bradford in England, each hair follicle has “melanogentic clock” that slows down the production of melanin and causes the hair to lose its pigment.

A 2005 study published in the Journal Science suggests that graying of the hair is caused by failure of melanocyte stem cells to produce melanocytes.

a 2012 study published in the Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology dealt with the effects of antioxidant in human hair.  Interestingly, “natural antioxidants obtained from artichoke and rice applied to pretreated hair improved mechanical properties and preserved colour and shine of fibers, coating them and protecting them against UV.”

Vitamin E and Aloe Vera Hair Serum to Slow Down o…

Eat Ginger Every Day for 1 Month and THIS Will Happen to Your Body!

Image
While ginger is commonly used for culinary purposes, it has been long used for its healing properties too.  It provides a wide range of health benefits, such as relieving nausea, digestive ailments, and pain.

The rhizome, the underground stem, is the most commonly used part for medicinal purposes.  This plant is quite versatile too, and it can be used in the form of an oil, fresh, dried as a spice, powdered, or as juice. If you are not using it already, here are a few reasons why you should incorporate it in your daily diet right away!

1. Ginger May Improve Brain Function Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress are known to speed up the aging process and contribute to Alzheimer`s and similar cognitive impairments.  According to some studies, the bioactive compounds and the antioxidants in ginger are capable of inhibiting inflammatory responses that take place in the brain.  In one study done on 60 middle-aged women, ginger extract improved working memory and reaction time.

2. Ginge…

Enter your email address: