Category Archive: Coconut

May 17

Eliminate Age Spots and Wrinkles with Essential Oils

  Recipe   2 Tbs. Coconut Oil (Base Oil) – Excellent moisturizer and hydrator for the skin along with antibacterial and antifungal properties 6 Drops Lavender – Reduces and prevents wrinkles by moisturizing and increasing blood flow to the skin tissues 4 Drops Lemon – Lightens dark spots, tightens and firms skin diminishing wrinkles and bags under the …

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Jan 12

Dogs with Skin Problems Try Essential Oils

  List of Essential Oils for Dogs Lavender   (antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-itch, antifungal, anti-anxiety properties) Helichrysum   (anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiallergenic, antiseptic properties) Niaouli    (safe alternative for tea tree oil) (antihistamine and antibacterial properties) Neem    (anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, astringent properties) Geranium   (antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic properties) Cedarwood   (antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent properties) Great All Around Skin Recipe!      …

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May 13

Losing Weight with Coconut Oil

What is Coconut Oil? Coconut oil is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of matured coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). Ayurvedic medicine texts written in Sanskrit about 4,000 years ago report the health benefits of coconut oil.  Southeast Asian countries consider coconut the “tree of life” because of its …

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Mar 18

Helichrysum Oil Along with other Essential Oils to the Rescue for Dogs with Dermatitis

What is Malassezia pachydermatis? Malassezia pachydermatis is yeast found on the skin, ears, between the toes, anal sacs, vagina and rectum of dogs. Even though this yeast is a normal inhabitant of these regions, an abnormal overgrowth of the yeast can cause dermatitis, or inflammation of the skin. Malassezia dermatitis can affect any breed of …

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Feb 12

Essential Oils and Massage Work to Reduce Cellulite

Cellulite is a term given to fat deposits just below the skin. It looks lumpy and dimpled accumulating on the thighs, hips, buttocks, upper arms and abdomen. Cellulite is most common in adult women and tends to make most women unhappy to have this condition. So, we need to investigate this more closely. Factors that …

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