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What is Coconut Hair Oil?

A: Coconut hair oil is simply coconut oil that is applied to the hair for its rejuvenating effects. The purported benefits of coconut oil applied to hair and scalp include: moisturized hair, fewer split ends, less dandruff, and repair for coarse, brittle and overly-processed hair. Coconut oil''s molecular structure and its inherent nutrients and proteins allow it to remedy many different kinds of hair damage and reportedly works better than the chemicals in many over-the-counter products designed to improve hair''s texture and appearance. In the west, coconut oil is popularly used as a pre-conditioner for hair before washing, a leave-in conditioner

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What Is Cananga?

A: Cananga commonly refers to cananga oil, an essential oil derived from the flowers of the Cananga tree, which is native to Asia. The oil is used as an herbal remedy and as aromatherapy oil and has a sweet, floral, slightly woody aroma. In aromatherapy, this oil is ascribed several beneficial properties, including being an antidepressant, a sedative, an aphrodisiac and able to stimulate the circulatory system. As a home herbal remedy, cananga oil is used for various purposes, such as treating dandruff, insect bites and wounds. It is always used topically, meaning it is applied externally, to the skin or hair. In aromatherapy, essential oils are thought to have beneficial therapeutic properties, both because of their...


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Hi have eczema on my hands and have tried everything ? Please help!?

A: hi, Where are u staying now? and what is ur true name and age? can u befriend with me? i m from m''sia looking for u. i feel like boaring when i alonely. but, i thing i won''t feel boaring if u befriend with me right? can u reply anything for me? go to ur local pharmency to find eczema cream or just go and see ur local doctor Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the upper layers of the skin. The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent or recurring skin rashes characterized by redness, skin edema, itching and dryness, with possible crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing or bleeding. Areas of temporary skin discoloration sometimes characterize healed lesions, though scarring is...


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What Is Spikenard Oil?

A: A home herbal remedy, spikenard oil is a compound made from the flowering spikenard plant of China. It has been used since ancient times as part of the Ayurvedic healing practices of India. It is used as a healing component, both in medicine as well as religious traditions. Spikenard oil is also known as nard, nardin, muskroot or false Indian valerian root. A luxury oil in ancient Egypt, Rome, and the Near East, it is a strong scented, brownish-yelow essential oil. Thick and earthy, it is often used as an incense, a perfume, and a sedative. Used in cuisine, spikenard provides flavor for spicy and sweet beverages and foods, such as the traditional Medieval European wine, Hypocras. Medically, the oil has been used to treat birthing...


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How To Cure/Prevent ''Cradle Cap''

A: Cradle cap is a condition in infants and babies in which the scalp has red and sometimes scaly patches. Cradle cap can be likened to dandruff for babies. The scalp’s sebaceous glands are basically working on overdrive, and produce too much oil. Cradle cap is not usually a serious condition, and is not really uncomfortable for your baby. Parents might be alarmed with the appearance of red patches and scaling on their baby’s scalp, though. fortunately, cradle cap can usually be treated with frequent shampooing. A mild baby shampoo will usually do. You will usually have to wait for your baby’s sebaceous glands to normalize in their oil...


 
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