Monday, April 10, 2017

Pimples Solution

1.apply paste of masar ki daal (orange colour) with water or milk. it really works..

2.Mix multanimitti and turmreic with rosewater,apply it on your face over 20mnts,wash it off with lukewarm water,and pat it dry,continue this treatment over 2 weeks,u can get an amazin result for ur pimples.

3.Apply pudhina powder with honey or rose water on your face then it stops pimples and black marks and removes oil from face and and keep your skill glow.

4.Apply erytop before u go to reduce our pimples and avoid dandruff using coconut oil mixed with kattarvazha(Aloe vera), henna leaves,etc

5.Its is a useful tip to get rid of pimples Boil neem leaves in water and make it cool And wash your face everyday pimples will get cured and make your face fresh.

6.mix sandal and multhanimatti with rosewater and apply in your face and then wash with cold water. do this process for 2days once.

7.Appy the paste of ripe Papaya and water all over the face for 15-20 mins. Let it dry. Wash off. This will reduce the pimples.

8.Mix honey and turmeric and apply to the face and wash after 30 min

9.after preparing tea ,there will be some teapowder remain in the boul apply it to the face and see immediate result.

10.wash your face with warm water, after that use katialis,jauli,floucinonide. and leave it all night.

11.Apply pudhina powder with honey or rose water on your face then it stops pimples and black marks and removes oil from face and and keep your skill glow.

12.make a paste of neem leaves then apply on our face.

13.Every night when your going to bed put sudacream on your spots pimples and blackheads in the morning they will be gone or reduced.

14.Mix thick curd, turmeric and two drops of oil. Apply on the face.

15.Crush garlic and take the juice and apply it on the face daily to reduce pimples.

16.Make a paste with sandal wood and turmeric and apply it on the face.

17.Put the kadalaima (Bengal gram Flour) and the curd and apply the face for 10 minutes and wash it.

18.Apply a mixture of turmeric and neem on the face.

19.A mixture of crushed mint leaves and oats will reduce pimples. Leave this for 20 minutes and wash it with warm water.

20.Mix sandalwood powder, gram flour, few drops of honey and rose water. Apply this paste on face and massage for few minutes in upward direction. You can see good results in a week.

Thursday, April 6, 2017




1.h salt is bad for our health and that many of us still do eat way too much of the stuff, but did you know that you couldn’t live without salt and that it is the world’s oldest food flavouring? Salt was very highly valued in the ancient world. So much so, that very first great Roman road was built so that salt could be transported from the Adriatic Sea to Rome. So, if you are bored being told not to put so much salt on your French fries, read on, and we’ll tell you ten facts about salt that probably didn’t know.
 The word “salary” is derived from the need for salt
Salt was so valuable in the ancient world that the very word for our monthly pay check is a reference to our need to buy salt. The word “salary” is derived from the Latin word “salārium”, which was the payment that Roman soldiers received so that they had money to buy salt.
2. More salt is spread on the roads than we use in our food
Most of the salt that is extracted from sea water or mined from the ground is used for industrial purposes and never gets anywhere near food. In fact, in the US, only 6% of all salt is used in food and 15% of all salt production is spread on the roads during winter to keep them clear of ice.
3. Why spilling salt is thought to be unlucky
The superstition of believing that spilling salt will be bring bad luck is thought to have originated from the painting “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. In the famous painting, Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed Jesus and who then hung himself, can be seen knocking over what appears to be a container of salt. Throwing salt to ward of bad luck originated from the idea that you are throwing salt into the eye of the devil.

4. Salt can kill you
If you were to consume a gram of salt for every kilogram of your body weight, the salt would kill you. In ancient china, eating a pound of salt was the preferred method of suicide amongst the nobility. Salt was so expensive in China in those days, it was only the nobility who could afford to buy enough salt to kill themselves with it.
5. Good quality sea salt should be wet
Unlike refined salt, which has had a lot of what is good for you taken out of it, the best quality sea salt will contain many of the minerals that you need for body to function healthily. The very best sea salt will be slightly damp and that dampness should be from the sea water that the salt was extracted from.
6. Salty potato chips were invented by an angry cook
In 1853, a customer kept sending his fried potatoes back, complaining that they were too soggy. The exasperated cook tried to get his revenge by slicing the potatoes as thinly as he could, deep frying until they turned brown and crispy, and smothering them with salt. The customer loved the crispy deep fried potatoes so much, he told all his friends, and the modern salty potato chip was born.
7. There is hotel in Bolivia made entirely out of salt
There is a hotel in Bolivia that has taken the idea of using local resources to a new extreme. The Palacio de Sal resort, which is built on the edge of a salt plain, was built entirely out of compressed blocks of salt. They didn’t stop there, though; the chairs, tables, beds, and even the swimming pool are also all made of locally sourced salt.

8. You can’t drink sea water, but you can drink water from sea ice
Here’s a handy tip to remember, just in case you ever get marooned on an iceberg! Drinking seawater will kill you, because it has too much salt in it, but, if you melt down some seawater ice, it is perfectly safe to drink. When water freezes, the ice molecules cannot hold onto the salt, so frozen seawater only contains one tenth of the salt than seawater itself does.
9. A salt mine once swallowed a drilling rig and eleven barges whole
It’s true! In 1980, a Texaco oil drilling operation in Lake Peigneur, Louisiana, accidently drilled straight through into a salt mine lying underneath. The resulting whirlpool, created as the water escaped from the lake into the mine, sucked down the oil rig, 11 barges, and so much water that the flow of a river, which usually flowed out of the lake, was reversed. The once freshwater lake is now a much smaller salt water lake.
10. Salt was more expensive than beer on the American frontier
Salt was an extremely expensive commodity in the early 1800s on the American Frontier and it was four times more expensive as beer was. Part of the reason for this is that livestock can’t get enough salt from their diet of grass and so they had to be given salt to keep them alive. That’s also why animals flock to salt licks in the wild.
Stay happy and healthy!


10 Best Healthy Oils To Cook With
Fancy yourself as a master chef-cum-really healthy person? If you aren’t cooking with these 10 amazingly healthy oils you might not be there just yet!
In 2017, more and more of us are obsessing over our health and diet. This, of course, is a great thing. The better our diet is, the healthier we are. And when we’re healthy, the world really is our oyster. We can do anything we want!
Oils aren’t always the first thing we think of when we decide to fix up our diets. We know we need to add more fruit and vegetables and more plant-based food in general to our diet … but oils aren’t necessarily high up on our list of priorities.
However, if you cook your own meals, you probably cook with oil every single day – sometimes more than once. And it could be that the oil you’ve been cooking with all these years is actually kinda fatty and therefore bad for you.
Just think how about it: You could be soaking up all your food in really fatty, really bad oil. Not cool.
But it’s okay. There is still time to fix this. If you’re new to the oil game, let’s take a look at the 10 healthiest oils you can cook with.
Grape Seed Oil

People are always surprised when we recommend grape seed oil to them. Not because it isn’t healthy, but because they weren’t even aware it existed!
“Are you sure you don’t mean rape seed oil, dears?”
Grape seed oil is a fab alternative to cooking oil that contains trans fats. It’s rich in polyunsaturated fats (good fats), and contains but a smidgen of saturated fat. Therefore, it’s really good for heart health.
It’s also really versatile and is excellent with salads where is nutty flavour complements rather than dominates the other tastes you’ve got going on.
It’s also perfect when draped over toasted bread. Delish!
Canola Oil
Heard of canola oil? If you’re like many others, you probably thought that canola oil was literally propane.

Because we associate canola oil with fried food, there is a common misconception that it’s bad for us. This is actually NOT true.
Yes, canola does have a high smoke point, and yes, it is used for frying. But it’s only the way some people use canola oil that makes it bad.
Canola oil is actually low in bad fats, and can be used just as much for baking and roasting as it can for frying. It isn’t, however, the tastiest oil in this list, so we wouldn’t recommend it for sautéing.
Sunflower Oil
No doubt you’ve already heard of sunflower oil, and perhaps you’ve already cooked with it in the past. Well, now might be the best time to return to it.
Sunflower oil is probably your heart’s favourite cooking oil. Its polyunsaturated fats content promote cardiovascular health, and it contains very few trans fats.
We like to think of it as an “all purpose” cooking oil that works well with a variety of dishes. However, it’s at its best when its smoking at around four-hundred and sixty degrees F. As such, it’s ideal for when you want to sauté some vegetables like peppers.
Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
Health fanatics literally obsess over extra-virgin olive oil – and for good reason. This healthy cooking oil promotes heart health, and is rich in mono-saturated fats.
The best thing? It tastes delicious and adds a kick to your salads.
The only caveat is that it has a fairly low smoke point, which means it doesn’t come highly recommended for roasting or frying at high temperatures.
Safflower Oil
You may find that there are a few oils on this list that you haven’t heard of before, and safflower oil may be one of them.
Like a few of the oils we’ve already taken a look at, safflower oil contains just traces of saturated fat. This means it can reduce your bad cholesterol levels, which in turn lowers your risk of developing heart disease or having a heart attack.
Flaxseed Oil
Flaxseeds themselves are super health, so it figures that flaxseed oil would be the same. And it is. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, it can help to reduce your risk of cancer.
Walnut Oil
Like flaxseed oil, walnut oil is rich in those omega-3’s. However, it has a nuttier taste that you might find more appealing.
Coconut Oil
According to some, coconut oil is the last miracle left on earth. However, according to the experts, as good as coconut oil is, it’s not the number one healthiest cooking oil ever. It’s on our list, but it isn’t at the top.
This is because coconut oil isn’t that much healthier than butter. Furthermore, there are suggestions that coconut oil raises both your good and your bad cholesterol.
It all comes down to how much you use it. Use it sparingly now and again and it’s totally fine.
And there really is nothing better than creamy, fatty coconut oil when you’re baking. Mmmm!
Avocado Oil
Ever cooked with avocado oil before? Perhaps now is the time to try it!
As you might have guessed it, avocado oil comes from the flesh of a ripe avocado (as opposed to the seed). It has a super high smoking point – the highest of any plant oil, in fact. As a result, it’s really safe to cook with.
We suggest using avocado oil as an alternative to unhealthy salad dressings and sauces.  You could even drizzle it over your soups. YUM!
Rice-Bran Oil
We debated whether or not to include rice-bran oil on this list because it’s not exactly easy to find. However, since it’s so healthy, we decided it’s gotta be on here!
Rice-bran oil has an exceptionally high smoking point, and proves its worth when cooking stir fries or boiling vegetables. It can handle heat with ease, which is why it’s so popular in Asian dishes.
It contains calories, but most of them come from good fats that promote heart health. It’s also rich in vitamin E.
Stay happy!

10 Facts about true love that will change your relationship

10 Facts about true love that will change your relationship 
can you tell the difference between infatuation and true love? Is there a difference at all? The fact is that the science of love is a very difficult topic to unravel and sometimes it makes no sense at all. Love can strike at some very odd moments and we have little control over who we will fall in love with. If you’ve been wondering if what you are feeling really is true love, or perhaps you think you have found true love already, read these ten facts about what true love really means and it might change the way that you look at your relationship.

1. True love doesn’t feel demanding
If it’s true love, then the relationship won’t feel like hard work. Your partner will not be too demanding of you, they won’t expect you to change to please them, and they certainly won’t expect you to wait on them hand foot. You simply wouldn’t be demanding of a person you really love, because you would want them to be happy too.
2. True love isn’t what makes you a complete person
True love is just something that just happens, it’s not something that you go out to find because you think it will make you a complete person. If anything, you need to have worked out how you are before you find true love. True love is a partnership between two individuals, not the joining of two halves into one whole.
3. True love lasts forever
True love is not something that you discard at the first sign of trouble. If you truly love a person, you would stand by them come what may. That means through sickness and health, for richer or poorer, until death do you part. Those old fashioned wedding vows may have something relevant to say in today’s world after all!

4. True love is a two way thing
You can’t force a person to love you and, if your feelings aren’t reciprocated then, sorry, but that’s not true love, that’s infatuation. True love flows both ways and there are no conditions placed on that love. You love each other wholeheartedly, regardless of what else might be going in your lives. In other words; if you want to receive true love, you have to be able to give it.
5. True love includes friendship
True love is more than just a romance; it’s also a deep friendship. You don’t need to be best friends to fall in love, but for true love to happen, you do need to become best friends. You should be able to enjoy nothing more than each other’s company sometimes, share jokes, and share common interests. You should also both feel that you can talk to each other about absolutely anything.
6. There will be no doubts
When you do find true love, you won’t have doubts in your mind about the relationship. True love is a thing that just happens naturally and is unwavering. If you still have a lot of questions about your partner or you have nagging doubts about the relationship, then you probably haven’t yet found true love. When you love someone very deeply, you have 100% faith in the person, and in the relationship.
7. True love means total commitment
It’s only human nature for you to take a second look an attractive stranger you meet, and there is nothing to feel guilty about if you do. When you are in a true love relationship, though, looking is the only thing that you would ever do.  If you truly love someone, you wouldn’t want to be with anyone else, so you would never even consider cheating on your partner.

8. True love has goals and ambitions
When two people love each other deeply they will have dreams and aspirations; both for themselves individually, and for the relationship. One of the things that make true love so special is that it inspires both people to be the best people they could possibly be. They will encourage each other and support each other in order that they can both achieve their dreams and ambitions together as a team.
9. True love allows you to be you
When you are truly in love, you stop feeling self-conscious about yourself and you can just let go and be you. You don’t feel that there is any need to put on an act and you don’t need to hide things from one another either. Even through embarrassing illnesses and the occasions where you look less than your best; none of that matters when you are truly in love.
10. When you find true love, you will love yourself too
It’s a well-worn cliché, we know, but when you do find your true love, you will discover who you really are and you will be content with what you find. True love brings out the best in people and the contentment you feel will spill over into every other aspect of your life.
Stay happy!


What to eat to lose weight? 10 Healthy eating tips
Image result for eat to lose weightLosing weight is not only about what you eat. It’s also about when you eat, how you eat and even where you eat. The basic eating rules are very simple: low fat, fresh vegetables and fruit, cut back on sugar and salt, and take exercise. Instead of just giving you a menu of healthy, low calorie foods that will help you to lose weight, in this post we give you ten tips on how you can eat smarter with ten healthy eating tips:
1. Think about foods that you can add to your diet
When we think about losing weight, we generally think about what foods we can cup out of our diet. A different way to look at this is by thinking about the foods that you can add. Add new varieties of fruit and veg to your shopping list and try and eat more vegetables with each meal, and eat fruits as a dessert, because the more fruit and veg you eat, the less fattening foods you will need.
2. Concentrate on your food when eating and enjoy every bite of it
Eating in front of the TV has for many people become the norm, but studies have shown that people who do this are likely to consume up to forty percent more calories, than those who switch the TV off. If you are distracted, while eating you are more likely to overeat, so sit up at a table and enjoy your food and it will help you lose weight.
3. Start the day with a hearty breakfast
Skipping breakfast is a really bad idea, as breakfast kick starts your metabolism and it keeps you going through the day. It’s best to have a good sized, balanced breakfast, which will give you carbohydrates, protein and a little fat. That will keep your blood sugar levels stable and avoid you feeling the need to pig-out at lunchtime.

4. Keep a food journal
Keep a detailed journal of what you eat every day, and be honest! At the end of the day, when you review your journal, you might be surprised at how much and what you have eaten. The act of writing in your journal will also make you think twice about unnecessary snacking.
5. Snack, but snack smart
Nutritionists now agree that it is better to snack, than it is to try and ignore hunger and then find yourself overeating when you eventually get to a mealtime. Be smart with the snacks that you chose though. Fresh fruit is just as sweet and satisfying, as a non-healthy snack, for example.
6. Cut down portion sizes not the number of meals
Cutting down is far, far easier than cutting out and you would probably barely notice the difference, if you cut down your portion sizes a little bit at a time. One of the easiest ways to do this is to buy some smaller plates!
7. Eat a salad before your main meal
Eating a salad before a main meal is a nice way to start and it will fill you up with low calorie fiber before your main course. A simple salad with no heavy dressing is best and, once you’ve got into the habit of doing it, it will just become a natural part of your routine.

8. Drink plenty of water
We can actually mistake thirst for hunger, so be sure to drink plenty of water during the day. Not only is it good for you anyway, it will also fill you up and make you feel like eating less.
9. Distract yourself from food
Boredom can make you want to eat, so when you feel the urge to eat and you know that don’t really need to, then go for a walk or phone a friend. Just do something that will occupy you and take your mind off eating.
10. Eat in more often
There are many benefits to eating in so, if you are someone who goes out to eat at every opportunity, then try cutting it back a little. When you eat at home, you know exactly what goes into your food, you can control the portion sizes and let’s be honest, it’s so tempting to have an extra portion of dessert, when all you have to do is call over the waiter!
What to eat to lose weight? Please feel free to share your own healthy eating tips in the comment section below.
Stay happy!


10 Makeup sins you probably are committing
When you do your makeup the same way for a long time, you can get into habits that are hard to break. You might even be making mistakes and not even realising it, so here are ten of the most common mistakes that people make with their makeup. Check them out and see if you are guilty of a                                                                               makeup sin!
1. Too much blush
Blush is supposed to give you a healthy glow and add freshness to your face, not make you look like a clown! When applying blush, always consider your skin tone. Fair skin looks good with rosy or pink tones and darker skin looks great with darker tones like plum or berry. Always blend in well; it should look like it almost melts into your skin.
2. Poor choice of foundation
There is a huge choice of foundations available on the market, so it’s not surprising that many people chose the wrong shade. When buying a foundation, look for a colour that blends in with your natural skin tone seamlessly and remember, you can use more than one shade to create the perfect look. Be careful not to overdo foundation, though, or it will look cakey.
3. Applying foundation to dry skin
It doesn’t matter how creamy your foundation looks, it is not going to conceal dry and flaky skin. If you do have dry skin, moisturise day and night, or otherwise foundation will only highlight the problem and make your skin look tired and older.

4. Dodgy eyebrows
No matter how good the rest of your makeup looks, if eyebrows look wrong, people will notice. Some people shave them off completely and draw unnatural looking lines, while others leave them completely untrimmed. Keep your eyebrows well-trimmed and conditioned and use subtle tones of eyebrow pencil that complement your complexion and your hair colour.
5. Using makeup that doesn’t suit your age
This is a common mistake and one that is easy to fall into but, if you are still doing your makeup today, the same way as you did fifteen years ago, you might want to take another look. Some things really are best left to the youngsters!
6. Not using primer on oily skin
If you have oily skin, then never skip the primer. Use a matt effect primer, before applying any foundation and it will help to combat any shine on your face. It’s also a good idea to take some blotting wipes with you when you go out, for a quick touch up, when needed.
7. Being too timid with makeup
Makeup is there to make you look good not to hide you away. Don’t be too timid with makeup and don’t be afraid to experiment. If your makeup makes you feel good and fills you with self-confidence, then that makeup is good makeup.

8. Misusing bright colours
Bright colours can look amazing, but you can overuse them. If you want to wear a bright lipstick, for example, keep the rest of your face looking more natural, because too many bright colours and they will clash and just look strange.
9. Using cheap makeup
Many people have to work to a budget these days, but don’t skimp on the makeup if you don’t have to. The very cheapest makeup doesn’t last so long and it often contains ingredients which can harm you and your skin.
10. Not blending
If you don’t want your makeup to look like a child did it, then you have to blend, and you have to blend well. Whatever makeup you use, always be sure to blend it in thoroughly, before you apply any more. Remember also, to check your makeup in different lights, to make sure that it’s going to look good, wherever you go.
What other makeup mistakes and makeup sins do girls often commit on your opinion?
Stay happy and beautiful!

10 Benefits Of Drinking Pure Water On An Empty Stomach In The Morning

10 Benefits Of Drinking Pure Water On An Empty Stomach In The Morning
Water is the elixir of life. So how come many of us don’t drink anywhere near enough of it?
Ask your friends how many glasses of water they drink each day, and it’s likely that they’ll say they get most of their water from food. Maybe you’re the same. Many of us are!
But because our body is composed mostly of water (our muscles are 90% water, while our blood is 83%), it means that we need to keep feeding it water each day. If we don’t, we’ll start to feel sluggish and icky.
While it’s totally possible to get a decent amount of water from food (cucumber is like 90% water or something crazy!), it’s much better to also drink at least 4-5 glasses of water each day, too.
But you know what comes with even more health benefits? Drinking pure water on an empty stomach. Here is why:
It Eliminates Toxins From Your Body
One of the reasons we sometimes wake up feeling a bit more rundown than usual is because our system is overflowing with toxins.

Toxins are basically nasty molecules that get into our body from various sources, including pollution. Once inside our body, they enter our bloodstream and leave us feeling tired and exhausted.
You’ve heard of brain fog, right? That’s caused by too many toxins in your system.
Drinking a glass of water straight away in the morning flushes these pesky toxins out of your system, leaving you feeling revitalised and fresh.
Water Cleans Your Colon
If you don’t get enough water, your colon may be left unclean.
But you already knew that, right?
You didn’t? Oh. Sounds disgusting, right?
As well as sounding disgusting, an unclean colon finds it difficult to absorb essential nutrients. So while you might be feeding your body the right things, if you’re not drinking enough water, you’re probably not reaping as many health benefits as you could be.

It’s Good For Your Skin
Without enough water, your skin just won’t look as great as it could do. For as much collagen as possible (which promotes skin elasticity), you need more H2O.
We all care about our skin. So it makes sense to add water to your morning routine.
Releases Wastes Built Up During Sleep
Sleep is important, because it is during sleep when your body repairs cells and cleans itself. It’s ace!
The problem is that it isn’t always the best at eliminating the mess (waste) afterwards. It needs YOUR help.
And you can easily help by drinking a glass of water in the morning, as this will nicely eliminate all the wastes that have built up in your body overnight. Yay!
It Can Help You Lose Weight
We’ve all got a friend (or a few friends!) who are trying to lose weight. Unfortunately, there are always one or two friends that insist on losing weight the hard way.
And because losing weight is SO hard, they give up.
The thing is, losing weight can be as easy as making a few small adjustments to your diet and lifestyle. And drinking a glass of water on an empty stomach in the morning is one of them.
Water helps you to lose weight by accelerating your metabolism so that it’s ready for the day ahead.
Water Boosts Your Appetite
Lots of people skip breakfast. Why? There are a few reasons. Commonly, a person might skip breakfast because they never have enough time, or they just don’t feel hungry in the morning.
Breakfast, though, is arguably the most important meal of the day. It sets the right tone, and loads you with all kinds of essential nutrients that build your energy right up.
To get hungrier and therefore ready for breakfast, drinking water first thing helps. Try it. Drink a glass before anything else, and you’ll soon notice your appetite growing.
Why is this? Well, because many of us get our water from food produce, your body is trained to think that receiving water means it’s receiving food. So it prepares itself by getting hungry!
It Can Prevent Headaches
Headaches are quite common, and they can be caused by a number of things. The excess build-up of toxins is one reason for a morning headache, as is dehydration. The good news is that water can easily remedy both these causes.
Drinking water as soon as you wake up in the morning can prevent dehydration, and it also releases toxins from your body (as mentioned earlier).
Water Gets Your Bowels Moving
Did you know that dehydration is the major cause of constipation? It sure is. Which means that drinking a glass of water in the morning can regulate bowel activity – which is aways a fantastic way to start the day!
Water Can Prevent Bad Breath
Bad breath – or halitosis as it’s also known – is an embarrassing problem that nobody wants to be afflicted with. And when we are afflicted with it, we’d rather not admit it.
In fact, we often lapse into denial.
“No, I can’t be the one with the bad breath. It must be the girl next to me.”
But when all the evidence points to YOU, it’s time to do something about it.
Chewing gum or drinking lots of coffee are just short term fixes. They alter the smell coming from your mouth, but they don’t actually eliminate bad breath.
Drinking pure water on an empty stomach in the morning, however, does. It can also reduce oral bacterial infections, and maybe even reduces the amount of time you have to spend at the dentist in the long run!
It Hydrates You
This one is an obvious benefit. Perhaps you’re rolling your eyes and saying “obviously! Tut.”
If it’s so obvious, though, why do many of us avoid a glass of water in the morning? Instead, we opt for a cup of coffee.
Coffee will not hydrate you in the same way that water will. Neither will energy drinks of soda.
Hydration in the morning with a glass of water is necessary because it refills your body with the right amount of H2O needed to keep your body functioning at optimal levels. Avoid water, and you’re probably not going to be at your best.
Stay happy and healthy!