Clove oil uses are incredibly impressive, ranging from improving blood circulation and reducing inflammation to helping acne and boosting gum health. In addition to being a proven anti-inflammatory and pain reducer, one of the common clove oil uses is as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial to keep countless diseases at bay, which is why it can be such a wise choice for boosting your immune system as well as a powerful addition to homemade cleaning products.

As a natural remedy to eliminate acne, take 3 drops clove oil and mix with 2 teaspoons raw honey. Mix together and wash your face as usual

One of the most powerful clove oil uses is fighting candidiasis— which is something that I have spoken of at length — and something that continues to plague Americans because of their high-sugar, acidic diets.

Today, clove is widely accepted as a reliable solution for dry socket and for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with various dental disorders. The Journal of Dentistry, for instance, published a study in 2006 proving that clove essential oil had the same numbing effect as benzocaine, a topical agent commonly used before needle insertion.

In a nutshell, antioxidants are molecules that reverse the damage caused by free radicals, including cell death and cancer. Research has shown that antioxidants slow aging, degeneration and protect the body against bad bacteria and viruses.

Because of its high antioxidant count and eugenol levels, clove is also known as the ultimate “protective” herb and has been used in essential oil blends such as “Thieves” oil



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Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal’s wedding at Antilia in Mumbai was one event that will be talked about for years to come. The event saw the who’s who from the Indian entertainment, politics and business fields in attendance. According to the Wedding Sutra article, they used custom-made cutlery and crockery to serve the guests at the high profile event. For the welcome drink, the team put together exotic infusions of red fruits and hibiscus to serve to the guests. A team of food stylists were especially flown down from Paris for the wedding and the guests were treated to some exquisite French recipes, as well as an extensive array of traditional vegetarian Gujarati dishes. To top it all off the caterers served premium desserts, including chocolates flown in from around the world, to the guests at the Ambani-Piramal wedding.The caterers were also responsible for serving guests at all the functions of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding. Sources have said that while the actors chose traditional cuisines for their Konkani and Sindhi weddings, the Sangeet and Mehendi ceremonies had cuisines including Indian Chinese, barbeque etc.

Celebrities including Beyoncé, Arianna Huffington, Sachin Tendulkar and Hilary Clinton have arrived in the Indian state of Rajasthan for the wedding of the daughter of country’s richest man.

Dozens of chartered planes flew into Udaipur for celebrations to mark the wedding of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal, which has been dubbed locally “the big, fat Indian wedding”.Others in attendance at the wedding include Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal, James Murdoch, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra and her husband, singer Nick Jonas.



Home-made Overnight Hair Masks For Winter

Coconut Oil And Honey Mask

Coconut oil has been widely used in all the hair care products because it helps in deeply nourishing the scalp and strengthening the hair follicles. Also the antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties of coconut oil will help in treating dandruff and other scalp infections.

Coconut Oil And Greek Yogurt

Coconut oil can be the best remedy to stimulate hair growth. Along with that the enzymes in greek yogurt help in nourishing and moisturising the hair. The rich proteins and fats in it prevent brittle hair. Along with that greek yogurt also maintains the pH balance of the scalp.



1. Wrinkle Reducer

Rose geranium oil is known for its dermatological use for the treatment of aging. It has the power to minimize the look of wrinkles because it tightens facial skin and slows down the effects of aging.

Add two drops of geranium oil to your face lotion and apply it twice daily. After a week or two, you may just see the look of your wrinkles begin to fade away.

2. Muscle Helper 

Are you sore from an intense workout? Using some geranium oil topically may help with any muscles cramp aches and/or pains plaguing your sore body. Create a massage oil by mixing five drops of geranium oil with one tablespoon of jojoba oil and massage it into your skin, focusing on your muscles.

3. Infection Fighter 

Research has shown that geranium oil has potent antibacterial and anti-fungal abilities against at least 24 different types of bacteria and fungi. These antibacterial and anti-fungal properties found in geranium oil can help to protect your body from infection. When you use geranium oil to fight external infection, your immune can focus on your internal functions and keep you healthier.



Ginger is a flowering plant in the family Zingiberaceae; its root is widely used as a spice, and it has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years. Due to its digestive properties, ginger is an integral part of Asian cuisines. Most commonly, it’s added to meals, including meat, because of its ability to aid digestion. Ginger root and ginger essential oil are gaining popularity for their preservation and flavoring capabilities

Today, ginger essential oil is used to treat nausea, upset stomach, menstrual disorders, inflammation and respiratory conditions. When used as aromatherapy it’s also known to bring on feelings of courageousness and self-assurance, which is why it’s known as “the oil of empowerment.

A 2015 animal study published in the Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology evaluated the gastroprotective activity of ginger essential oil in rats. Ethanol was used to induce gastric ulcer in Wistar rats; the ginger essential oil treatment inhibited the ulcer by 85 percent. Examinations showed that ethanol-induced lesions, such as necrosis, erosion and hemorrhage of the stomach wall, were significantly reduced after the oral administration of the essential oil.



Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) essential oil comes from flower petals of the large, tropical ylang ylang tree. Ylang ylang actually means “flower of flowers” and was given this name because of its sweet, floral scent. In fact, ylang ylang oil is one of the key ingredients used in the legendary perfume Chanel No. 5!

It’s been highly sought after for centuries for its natural hair thickening element and also its healing properties on the skin. Throughout history in Indonesia, and even today, it’s commonly been used to decorate the bed of newlyweds on their wedding night due to its energizing, aphrodisiac qualities. Today, ylang ylang trees are widely grown in tropical areas throughout Asia, including Indonesia, the Philippines and the Polynesian islands

  • Increasing blood flow
  • Relieving inflammation
  • Fighting parasites
  • Regulating heartbeat
  • Healing cardiac problems
  • Lifting someone’s mood
  • Promoting healthy intestinal function



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It’s one of the best sources of this inflammation-fighting compound in the world and believed to be one of only several plants that naturally supply enough to form an extract. Birch essential oil also contains methyl salicylate and therefore has similar tension-reducing benefits and uses.

Wintergreen is absorbed into skin quickly and acts like a natural numbing agent, similar to cortisone. It also promotes blood circulation and cools irritation, which is comforting to swollen skin. Additionally, wintergreen also contains antioxidants and beneficial ingredients, including guaiadienes, a-pinene, myrcene, delta 3-carene, limonene and delta-cadinene.

Relieving pain

Reducing swelling and irritation

Improving digestion

Clearing skin irritation

Improving alertness and senses

Treating colds, fevers, infections and the flu

The leaves are also beneficial for preventing and treating digestion problems, including stomachaches, cramps, gas and bloating. And because wintergreen oil can help fight inflammation, it’s effective for helping treat a wide variety of illnesses — everything from respiratory issues like colds and flu, kidney problems, and even heart disease.



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A 2013 study conducted by the Division of Food Science and Biotechnology, Graduate School of Agriculture at Kyoto University in Japan showed that the aromatic turmerone (ar-turmerone) in turmeric essential oil as well as CURCUMINthe main active ingredient in turmeric, both displayed the ability to help fight colon cancer in animal models, which is promising for humans struggling with the disease. The combination of curcumin and turmerone given by mouth at both low and high doses actually abolished tumor formation.

Study results published in BioFactors led researchers to the conclusion that turmerone is “a novel candidate for colon cancer prevention.” Additionally, they think that using turmerone in combination with curcumin may become a potent means of natural prevention of inflammation-associated colon cancer

Studies have shown turmerone, a major bioactive compound of turmeric oil, inhibits microglia activation. MICROGLIAare a type of cell located throughout the brain and spinal cord. Activation of microglia is a tell-tale sign of brain disease so the fact that turmeric essential oil contains a compound that stops this harmful cell activation is hugely helpful for the prevention and treatment of brain disease.



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JUNIPER BERRY themselves are high in flavonoid and polyphenol antioxidants that have strong free radical scavenging abilities. Because they were seen as protectors of health — both emotional and physical health — during the Medieval period, juniper berries were believed to help ward off witches. In fact, for years French hospital wards burned juniper and rosemary to help protect patients against lingering bacteria and infections

Juniper berries have both antibacterial and antifungal properties. One of the most popular homeopathic uses for juniper berries is using them to prevent or naturally remedy UTI and bladder infections

With natural antibacterial abilities, juniper berry essential oil is one of the most popular natural remedies for fighting skin irritations and infections.Due to its antiseptic abilities, it can serve as a HOME REMEDIES FOR ACNE and some people also like to use juniper oil for hair and scalp concerns like dandruff.

Juniper can help stimulate digestive enzyme and make it easier to break down and absorb protein, fats and nutrients from foods. This is because it is a “bitter.” Bitters are herbs that begin the digestive process.However, this has not been tested thoroughly on humans. But it has proven to hold true in at least one animal study, in which cows had significantly improved digestion when given garlic and juniper berry essential oils. Some people talk about juniper berry essential oil for weight loss, but this benefit also hasn’t been backed by any solid human studies


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What are the benefits of taking evening primrose oil capsules? For starters, women around the world take evening primrose oil to naturally treat pms symptoms because of its essential fatty acid content. Getting enough omega 6 fatty acid such as LA and GLA, is shown to support overall hormonal function within the body.

During a woman’s premenstrual period, she may experience breast tenderness, bloating, water retention, acne, depression, irritability, foggy thinking and headaches — these symptoms reportedly can subside after using evening primrose oil, according to a study in the journal Lipids.

In 2013, the results of a randomized clinical trial which looked at the effects of evening primrose oil on 56 menopausal women (aged 45–59 years), was published. These women took two 500 milligram capsules of evening primrose oil or a placebo every day for a total of six weeks. The researchers then compared hot flashes between the two groups and found that oral evening primrose oil decreased the intensity of hot flash attacks and decreased the life disruption that results from these attacks.