For the replenishment of hair, cumin seeds pack is an excellent one. It leaves your hair shining and healthy, if applied at least once in a week.
Cumin seeds – 1 teaspoon
Castor oil or olive oil – 2 tablespoons
Soak cumin seeds in oil and leave it overnight. In the morning, apply the mixture all over your scalp and hair. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes and rinse it off using a mild shampoo.
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Whether the bath is in naturally hot or cold springs, or in a beauty spa environment’s baths, pools, or steam rooms, the therapeutic aspects of water are the core of a beauty spa’s approach to makeup and wellness. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans used baths not only for the curative effects of the waters, but also as an important gathering place for socializing. The Dominican monk, Sebastian Kneipp, focused on the practices recommended by Hippocrates, the traditionally recognized founder of modern medicine, and recorded them in his book, My Water Cure, in the 19th century. The book is still consulted worldwide today for its recommendations on the many therapeutic uses of baths and healing waters. The use of water therapies is recorded in other books published in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as well, which have reinforced the constant search for makeup and wellness using baths and other water treatments throughout history. Scientific evidence is scattered on the subject of the therapeutic value of water. It is so often used in conjunction with other therapies, that it is difficult to distinguish what benefits can be attributed strictly to the hydrotherapy, and which are a result of the other therapeutic measures with which it is used. Nonetheless, the belief that hydrotherapy can promote healing of burns and orthopedic problems, as well as treating arthritis and other muscle and bone issues, is widespread. That conviction sends many thousands in search of water treatments each year. And, totally apart from its therapeutic value, soaking in water simply makes us feel good! Many contend that it is not so much the water itself that has curative powers, as it is the application of heat or cold through immersion in water of different temperatures.