Home Remedies for Eye Infections

Our eyes are the windows through which we view the world around us but they can be quite prone to infections caused by bacteria, allergens and irritants. An eye infection causes inflammation and is not a serious problem if it is treated immediately. Identify what type of eye infection you have – bacterial, viral or fungal. Allergies can also cause eye irritation that can closely mimic an eye infection. If you are suffering from an eye infection, or frequently have them, there is something you can do to greatly reduce the chances of getting these infections. The vision of this article is to provide you with some natural home remedies for eye infection. Just make sure you are using it safely and with extreme caution.

Tea Bags: Tea contains tannin acid, which will relax the muscles around the eyes and reduce inflammation get some tea bags and add them to some cold water. After soaking them in the cold water, put them over your eyes.  In a very short period of time, it’ll draw the infection out of your eyes.

Salt and Water Solution: Take 2 cups of boil water and add teaspoon of sea salt. Let it cool and then put in some cotton balls and let them soak and get saturated sinking to the bottom. Take out some cotton balls and put the soaked cotton balls on your eyes.  Do this for about 5 minutes and let the salt water go into your eye. The salt will kill the bacteria causing the infection.

Lemon Juice: Take a lemon/lime and squeeze some juice into your eye. It may itch in the beginning but, don’t rub your eyes. Use a towel to dab your eye. Open your eye and move it all around to cover it good with the juice.  Once you can easily open your eye; then, repeat the process. Between 12 and 24 hours, you can repeat it again.

Honey is a natural antibiotic. You can put honey directly in your eyes or make honey eyewash by using three tablespoons of honey in two cups of boiling water. Honey should thoroughly dissolve with hot water. When it has cooled, put a few drops in the infected eye as needed.

Contact lens cleanser: An important thing to do is to flush out all impurities and bacteria from your eyes. You can do that by washing your eyes with an effective eye wash. The contact lens solution has boric acid which is what does away with the germs. It does not give any burning sensation and you can use it as much as you want during the day or until the problem goes away.

Turmeric Solution: Turmeric is a natural antiseptic. Make your own eye drops by mixing turmeric powder and water. Just put a few drops in your eyes every once in a while, and this will disinfect your eyes.

Water Therapy: Splash each eye with water. Do this thrice a day. Take distilled water in an eye glass and dip eyes in it. Blink 10 times and then replace water and follow the same procedure 5 times for each eye. Repeat this 3 times a day.

Aloe Vera has healing properties that help in reducing irritation and inflammation. Slit the leaf vertically and use the clear pulpy gel for immediate relief. Repeat this several times throughout the day.

Sometimes eye irritation is more than a sign of a simple eye infection that can indicate serious medical conditions. However, if infection shows no sign of improving in a day or two and the eye pain is very severe and gets worse as time goes on, also if vision is cloudy, see a doctor right away because you only get one pair of eyes so vision eye care is important.

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Natural Ways to Induce Labour at Home

Now that you have enjoyed all the experiences of carrying baby in your womb for nine months and have your due date already gone, the joy of motherhood is making you extremely anxious and the thought of holding your baby is one that is constantly on your mind. Just be careful not to let your excitement push you to do anything that could be harmful to you or your baby. Below mentioned are some effective natural ways to induce labour at home and take your body a bit closer to labor, once it is already ready and the process has begun, but before trying any of the remedies you must first discuss it with your medical consultant for safety especially if you have experienced any medical complications or difficulties through your pregnancy.

Herbs: A number of herbal supplements like black and blue cohosh and nettle tea are said to help in induction. Also herbal preparations, such as red raspberry leaf tea, which is said to prepare, strengthen, tone and relax the uterus. Evening primrose oil is another herb can be taken orally and inserted vaginally to encourage the cervix to soften.

Tropical Fruits: Some fruits, such as kiwi, pineapples and mangoes, have been known to carry certain enzymes that may help soften and tone the cervix, and help you to prepare for easy delivery. Make sure you are having it fresh and properly washed.

Spicy Food: If your stomach can take the heat then you can have spicy food, eggplant, ginger root and balsamic vinegar. These foods have been associated with inducement of labor pains since long. The spicy foods that have been known to release capsaisins, which have been associated with jump starting contractions.

Castor Oil: Castor oil is a remedy which has been used for years for labor induction. Swallowing one to four ounces of castor oil causes intestinal cramping which may also stimulate the uterus to contract due to the close proximity to the intestines. A bowel movement will result after taking the castor oil.

Acupressure or Acupuncture: Adding acupressure to your repertoire can be useful in relaxing you to prepare for labor and this treatment can also be used throughout to reduce discomfort and stress. You or your partner can apply light pressure to the recommended points using your thumbs and fingers throughout the day in order to start contractions. Make sure that you know the right pressure points. If you aren’t sure for the right points then you can appoint a qualified acupressure professional.

Walking: The best recommended exercise and advice for pregnant women is walking. Walk, walk and walk some more! Walking can help induce labor when contractions have started but are inconsistent and infrequent. Walking helps open up the pelvis, while gravity assists the baby in descending. As the baby’s head puts pressure on the cervix, labor can begin if the baby and the mother’s body are both ready. Once in labor, walking will encourage the contractions to continue and may help the mother progress more quickly.

Intercourse: Intercourse with your spouse 2 or more times a week toward the end will do a lot to get the ball rolling. Semen contains prostaglandins which cause the cervix to “ripen”, or soften and prepare to open.

Nipple stimulation: It causes the release of oxytocin, the same hormone that causes uterine contractions and tricks your body into thinking you’re breastfeeding causing your uterus to contract. The usual recommendation is 15 minutes of continual stimulation on each nipple each hour for several hours.

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Natural Remedies for Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an infection of lungs which usually causes due to bacterial infection or viral infection. The symptoms of pneumonia include painful and inflamed chest and lungs, problem in breathing, severe cold and flu symptoms like fever, swollen glands and excess mucus formation. The disease can last for a month or if it worsens then it may stretch up to a year. Natural and home remedies will help in getting out of this problem up to some extent.

  • Consume as much as protein as possible from different vegetables, remove excessive intake of animal protein from your food routine, as animal proteins are hard to digest, especially when you are sick. The sources of healthy protein are vegetables such as artichokes, beets, spinach, eggplant, potatoes, peas and cauliflower.
  • Consume 13 to 14 oz glass of apple/cranberry juice. This will help in adding antioxidants to your body. Avoid solid foods for breakfast, however you can eat small bowl of kefir or yogurt.
  • Chop up 5 to 6 garlic cloves along with half onion. Add 2 tsp. of honey and 9 to 10 oz. of water mix well and drink this mixture half an hour before your first meal. It will help to open the bronchial passage and helps you in staying comfortable throughout the day.
  • Potassium broth will also be useful if taken with lunch. You can prepare potassium broth by juicing 2 celery stalks, 2 carrots, 4 garlic cloves, pinch of parsley and two radishes. It is important to consume as much as potassium during a pneumonia session. Potassium helps to repair damaged lungs tissue. Avoid potassium broth in case of heart disease, as too much consumption is always dangerous in heart disease. Consult your doctor before opt for this solution.
  • Consumption 12 ounce glass of carrot juice at the time of dinner with 1tsp. of pepper powder will help to add antioxidants to the damaged lung tissues. Carrot juice is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin B, iron, potassium, magnesium and phosphorous.
  • Olive leaf extract tea of about 1 0r 2 cups can be taken before bed, works as natural antibiotic and makes your body strong to fight against bacterial infection. Olive oil is also available in the capsule, powder and liquid form, you can choose the form as your convenience.

Proper body care also help in fighting against this disease. Oxygen bath consisting of ¼ cup of sea salt, 2 cups of hydrogen peroxide, of about 20 to 30 minutes help you in oxidize the toxins present in your body. You can also get rid of the mucus built up by releasing your nose, pores and urine. Sauna bath or steam bath, once or twice in a week, for 15 to 20 minutes is helpful for opening the skin pores, which in turns gives exit for the toxins available in the body.

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Home Remedies for Split Ends in Hair

Is trimming the only best option to get rid of the ugly split end hair? Is there absolutely no perfect home remedy which involves no harmful chemicals or no expensive conditioners? Worry not all you young ladies out there. We are now going to talk about a number of best home remedies for split ends and dry hair.

However, before we get to the solutions, let’s first discuss the cause of the split end hair – DRYNESS! Yes that’s right. Overuse of shampoos, long exposure to sun, no oil massages at all, hair coloring using sub-standard colors/products, excessive use of curling irons/strengtheners are all going to lead to dry hair. So now is the right time to get rid of all of the aforementioned chaos and get started with some powerful home remedies for split end hair.

Egg Yolk: While discussing the topic of nourishment and egg yolk tops the list. Depending on the length of your hair decide on the quantity of egg yolk that would mask your hair completely. Wash off with lukewarm water after an hour. Egg yolk is rich in proteins which not only cures the split ends but also nourishes them and gives a very good shine to them.

Honey has some natural soothing effects on hair. Mix one part of honey with two parts of curd and make sure to beat it well. Apply the pack from roots to tip of the hair and leave it for half an hour. Wash off with lukewarm water. Only honey can also be used in case you are running short of curd. This works well if split end hair is minimal

Oil treatment: Use any of the natural oils – sesame, coconut, almond, mustard, olive oil, castor oil jojoba oil and even Indian gooseberry (amla) oil if available. You can either mix two-three of them like mixing Indian gooseberry oil with castor oil, mustard with sesame oil or use them as they are. Best practices suggest heating up the oil just to warm it up a bit and then applying it on the scalp. This nourishes the scalp and keeps hair healthy. Almond oil is Richie-rich in vitamin-E which is quite-essential for healthy hair. Oil massaging at least twice a week or a minimum of two hours before a hair wash is highly recommended.

Papaya pack: Take equal parts of papaya pulp and curd and mix it well. Make sure the papaya is ripe enough. Apply it on the hair strands and leave it for half an hour to 45 minutes. Rinse well.

Lentil pack: Take two parts of lentils (black dal) and one part of fenugreek seeds (methi) and dry-grind it. Mix just enough curd to give it a pack kind of feel and apply on the scalp plus hair. Leave this on for half an hour and wash it off with lukewarm water. This pack doesn’t come off the hair easily but do not use extra hot water or shampoo to get rid of the pack. High patience leads to better results.

The above are the most effective, quick resulting home remedies for split end hair. However, above all it’s also quite essential to focus on nutrition and sufficient water intake to have that shinny healthy hair.

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Natural Remedies for Food Poisoning

Food Poisoning is a common condition which occurs when you consume food or even water which contains parasites, certain types of bacteria, toxins or viruses.  In most of the cases it causes due to presence of common bacteria, known as Escherichia coli or Staphylococcus. There is common misconception about food poisoning that it causes due to chemicals and preservatives available in the food particle. But according to study, 80% cases of food poisoning causes because of unknown contaminants.

The best home remedy for suspected food poisoning is complete bed rest. If it worsens, then vomiting will start and then at that time you must follow the rounds of fluid replenishment. The victim may suffer from lack of natural electrolytes, and then the patient should consume fortified water bottles. One tablespoon lemon juice with one cup of water can give big relief and works as supportive home care. You can also use organic apple cider vinegar as a home remedy. Nausea feeling can be treated with cup of soy bean oil with few drops of garlic oil, as for instant relief you can rub this mixture on the stomach.

Ginger tea also works well if consumed after every meal, as it helps in cleaning pathogen particles available in the body. Another natural home remedy includes mixture of 1 tsp. of black paper, 2 garlic cloves along with little salt, mix this mixture with 4 cups of water. Boil it till the water quantity gets reduced to half and consume it three times a day. It helps in cleaning the bacteria available in the body which in turns treat diarrhea. Sipping herbal tea is also works as a best home remedy; especially meadow sweet tea will help you in treating this disease.

Rub the lavender oil on the abdomen to get the relief from the pain. While in traveling you must consume super foods, green powders and vitamin c to make your body strengthen, so your body will fight against the bacteria available in the outside food. With the help of ripe bananas and cultured vegetables you can supply probiotic supplements to your body, even if you will be away from your house.

  • In case of food poisoning prevention works as a best remedy. Healthy and fresh eating habits can reduce the chances of contracting the poor health. So keep the area of kitchen as clean as possible and always eat fresh food.
  • At the time of traveling make sure you are consuming proper vitamin supplements to make your body stronger.
  • It is important to treat this digestion distress at earliest, may be as soon as it start showing even its first symptom.
  • In case fever, fatigue, nonstop vomiting you must consult your doctor.
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Dark Underarms Home Remedies

The condition of dark underarms can rectified, as the under arms gets darker hue compare to other body parts. Various reasons involved in this common beauty aliment such as friction caused due to tops and tight blouses, infection duo to improper cleaning of underarms, chemicals, deodorants which contains strong fragrance, excessive sweating. Most of the times darkened underarms and body odor occur together, it can be occurred due to certain kinds of bacteria. Although sweat is not the root cause of the odor but the available bacteria which flourish on the perspiration can worsen the problem. Obese people are most likely to get this problem. Another reason to get the dark underarms is shaving. So stop the cleaning with the shaving cream, rather opt for waxing.  However few home remedies will be useful to get rid of this problem which has listed below.

  • Mixture of 1tsp. gram flour, 1tsp. curd, 1tsp. milk along with pinch of turmeric powder, applies it on the dark underarms, leave it on to dry. Rinse well with the cold water.
  • Paste of sandalwood powder and rose water can also be used to lighten the underarms skin color.
  • Yogurt and curd both are extremely effective in the treatment of lightening the underarms, as it contains lot of vitamins and even fatty acids which help in preventing skin damage.
  • Rosewood and sandalwood will be helpful in getting the soothing effect.
  • Take three drops of wheat germ oil, olive oil, citrus oil and add it with water. This rejuvenating skin cream will be treating the discoloration.
  • Raw potato juice can also be rubbed on the underarm skin to get the required effect. As potato juice has bleaching properties which makes the underarm skin fair.
  • The extract of aspen and raspberry can be mixed with extract of licorice root to fade the underarms. All these herbal extract has medical properties helps in stimulating pheomelanin production, which in turn helps in getting fair underarms.
  • Soak the fenugreek seed in water overnight, strain it and consume it in the morning. This is the best herbal medicine for dark underarms.
  • It is always recommended to exfoliate your skin along with all the herbal treatments.
  • Powder of unpolished rice along with few drops of apple cider vinegar gives best result in discoloration of the underarms.

Warm water shower will also be useful in cleaning the dirt particles and it will also be useful loosening the dead skin cells. A pumice stone is a exfoliating agent and its usage will help you in maintaining hygiene routine.  It is recommended to avoid hair removal creams, as it contains harsh chemicals and its regular usage may create skin damage effect. Regular usage of talcum powder and antibacterial powder can also help you in lightening underarm skin.

Use proper and most probably herbal cleaning agent to clean the underarms. Hygienic routine means cleaning after regular interval will be helpful to get rid from the bacterial effect. Avoid friction with the ruff cloths as it is main culprit which causes dark underarms. In case of hyper pigmentation it is advisable to visit skin specialist.

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Home Remedies for Swimmers Ear

Swimmers ear is a kind of infection of the ear canal and external ear. Excess exposure to water is the reason behind this, as the moisture penetrates the water resistant layer, and it softens the skin. If this condition persist for long time, then the fungi and bacteria available in the water surface will give harmful effects to the skin. When dealing with this kind of infection, home remedies will be helpful, but the condition get worse, and then you must bought it to the doctor’s attention.

Few compiled trusted home remedies which will be helpful to ease the swimmers ear pain include:

  • Cleaning the ear canal is the primary step to get rid of pain and if you use alcohol for cleaning, then it will help to kill the germs.
  • Mild infection in the ear can be treated with help of few drops of white vinegar. Put it in both the ear, and leave it in the canal for 5 minutes to drain, it is advisable to perform this activity for two to three times in a day.
  • If the ears have clogged due to water, then use diluted apple cider vinegar using alcohol or water, after taking shower or after swimming. This will prevent in further infection.
  • Put the drops of warm baby oil in each ear and place cotton ball over it to avoid draining of oil.
  • Clean the water with the help of hair dryer to evaporate your ears; set the hair dryer to warm and sway the hair dryer across your ears. Proper care should be taken at the drying as it should not lead to any severe infection.
  • Put the drops of liquid made with equal portions of water, white vinegar and peroxide in both ears, let the solution get dry and then put the cotton balls. It is advisable to do in the night time, before bed time.
  • Warm compresses application is the most effective and popular home remedies recommended in the swimmers ear pain. Place the napkin between the heating flask or pad and ear and apply it for 5-10 minutes. This will be more useful if in case you do not have access to doctors or medical products.
  • Rinse your ear with the help of saline solution can also reduce pain in swimmers ear.
  • Garlic is a very natural and traditional remedy which produces good results. It contains allicin through which garlic gets antibacterial properties. You can make garlic oil with garlic or you can bring from any health store which will be useful in swimmers ear.
  • 2-3 drops of tea tree oil or mullein flower oil can be used to cure ear pains, as both the oils have anti-microbial properties which help in soothing the inflammation.
  • Onion paste powder can also be applied around the affected ear during the pain.
  • Astragalus herb and St. John’s Wort are also beneficial in this type of ear pain.
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Best Home Remedies for Styes

Stye is an infection on eyelid that causes the inflammation of the eyelid. Stye resembles pimple or a boil and it can occur due to staphylococcal bacteria.

Early symptoms of eye stye are swelling, redness and pain. These are followed by a pimple on the eyelid. Avoid handling the stye, touching or squeezing the stye will not do any good but instead make the condition worse.
Following are some home remedies to treat stye in its early stage, it is advisable to consult an eye specialist if stye continues growing for more than 4-5 days.

One of the most efficient home remedies for styes is fomentation, mild fomentation should be given 3 to 4 times a day to the affected area; it helps in healing of the wound and draining the pus from the eyelids.

Boil a tablespoon of coriander seeds in a glassful of water, after the water attains the room temperature; use this water to wash your eyes 3-4 times a day.

Turmeric powder is known for its antiseptic qualities, add a teaspoon of turmeric to boiling water and take the steam with your eyes open. Only take the enough steam to warm your eyes, don’t take the steam if it suffers.

Alternately, you can also create eye-drops by boiling turmeric with water for 15 minutes, let the water come to room temperature before you use it. Make sure the solution is filtered properly using a clean cotton cloth thus there are no turmeric particles remains.

Ayurvedic herbal preparations like Triphala (Three fruits), Haridra (Curcuma longa), Daruharidra (Berberis aristata), and purified camphor in Rose water base are also used as eye drops.

A tea bag can also help in getting relief from the stye irritation. Use a wet a tea bag and put it on affected area of your eyes for ten to fifteen minutes. This tea bag will draw the sty and help in treating eye stye. As per the need, you can repeat this procedure 4-5 times a day.

Alum water is very beneficial in treating eye stye. Mix two to three granules of alum in a glassful of water. Wash your eyes with this mixture 2 to 3 times a day.

Add a teaspoon of salt in a cup of boiling water and allow the mixture to attain the room temperature. Use cotton pads soaked into this mixture and put them on your eyes one after another for two minutes, repeat this procedure for 5 times. This is one of the efficient home remedies for eye stye.

To reduce swelling you can make a paste out of boiled warm potato and spread it on a cloth and apply it externally on inflamed eyes.

Prepare a concentrated extract out of handful acacia leaves by boiling it with a glassful of water. Use it as compress on eyelids to reduce the redness, pain and swelling.

Clove is a very useful remedy for stye. Clove should be rubbed in water and applied over the stye. This will give relief from pain and swelling.

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Home Remedies for Zits and Pimples

Zits can appear on those body parts, where the sweat glands are functioning with higher numbers. Zits usually occur on neck, chest, back and shoulders, it can cause due to an inflammation or infection in the sebaceous gland. It can be appear in the form of cluster or a single bump. Several people suffer from this and this can be quite frustrating for anyone. However there are several factors which could lead in forming the zits. Hormonal imbalance in teenagers can cause zits, women who sleep without cleaning their make up in the night time can cause zits, so before it irritates you try out some of the home remedies available for zits.

Instead of getting embarrassed with pimples or zits, you can treat it with some conventional methods which have listed below.
Ice: This is the best remedy to get rid from zits, caused duo to inflammation or infection of skin. Direct application of ice cubes on the zit affected area for few minutes can prevent further inflammation.
Aloe Vera: Take fresh aloe Vera gel and apply it on the affected skin, leave it for a while and then wash it. Night time usage of this gel will be more useful, as you can avoid dust particles contact with the gel. Almost all the health stores are having aloe Vera gel or you can use the extract the fresh gel from the aloe Vera leaves.
Steam: Use of hot steam can kill the bacteria available in the pores. Take a large and clean pot, boil fresh water for 15 to 20 minutes. Bend your face over the pot and take enough steam. Do not forget to cover your head with thick towel, so that steam will not get escape to go out. Allow the steam to cover your face wherever acne are present and do this exercise for 5 min or as long as you can bear it.
Yogurt and Oatmeal: Apply the paste of plain oatmeal along with unflavored yogurt and leave it on to get it dry. Then rinse it well with cold water and pat it dry.

Do not touch the zit-affected area excessively, as it may cause the zit to spread all other body parts. Balanced diet can play pivotal role in prevent new lesions from cropping up frequently. Certain foods believed to aggravate the problem, so try to avoid them. Below listed foods try to avoid if you are suffering from zits.

  • Processed food such as pasta, bread, muffins, and bagels.
  • Fast food contains saturated fats.
  • Junk food such as pizzas, burgers, chips and French fries.
  • Greasy and oily food like mayonnaise, butter and sandwich spread.
  • Caffeinated beverages and alcohol.
  • Sweet foods such as cookies, pudding and chocolates.

At the same time, nutritious and healthy foods can reduce the chances of getting zits. The list of healthy food items to eat to avoid zits include:

  • Whole grain items like multigrain bread, brown rice and wheat pasta.
  • Lean meats, beans, nuts and legumes which are the rich sources of protein.
  • Vitamin c and vitamin A rich sources like spinach, carrots, broccoli and citrus fruits.
  • Plenty of liquid can help in flushing out the toxins from the body; specially try out fresh fruit juices instead of packed juices.
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Home Remedies for Itchy Scalp

Itchy scalp is quite an irritating and frustrating experience; at times the condition can be very annoying and embarrassing!

Itchy scalp is can be early sign of future hair problems as healthy scalp is the first and the foremost requirement of having healthy hair. This makes it very important to cure your itchy scalp before it causes major hair loss and damage.

There are a variety of reasons one can suffer from itchy scalp like dandruff, dry scalp, allergies, infections and hair lice. The most common reasons are dandruff and dry scalp. Following are few effective home remedies you should try before seeing your dermatologist.

The goodness of Neem: Fungal infection is a common cause of dandruff and other scalp problems; Neem is an excellent natural fungicidal hence it is an effective remedy in treating itchy scalp. Mix neem oil and olive oil in equal proportions and apply it on your scalp regularly.

Tea tree oil and aloe vera: Tea tree oil is known for its anti-bacterial properties, applying aloe vera gel mixed with tea tree oil on the scalp fifteen minutes before shampoo can give a day long relief from itchy scalp.

Almond oil and olive oil: Almond oil is considered highly beneficial on dandruff and olive oil is a known remedy for dry scalp; thus a mixture of olive oil and almond oil is promising remedy for itchy scalp. Warm this mixture and massage genteelly for 15 minutes for better results.

Curd and lemon juice: A mixture of curd and lemon juice is one of the most popular natural home remedies for Itchy Scalp, regular application of this mixture on your scalp gives relief from itching as well as helps in reducing dandruff.

Fenugreek seeds paste is one well-known remedy for itchy scalp. Soak a handful of fenugreek seeds in water and leave it overnight. Make a paste of it, for better results you can also consider using vinegar as a base. Apply the paste on your scalp and wash off after half hour.

Peppermint oil can be effective on dry scalp,  add two drops of peppermint oil in a cup of warm water and massaged your scalp gently

Baking soda is believed to be a very effective in easing the Itchy Scalp. Add some water to baking soda to prepare a Make a hair mask of it; apply this paste to your scalp for rinse thoroughly after half an hour.

Vinegar: One can also overcome the problem of an itchy scalp by applying vinegar. Mix vinegar with warm water and apply to the scalp for few minutes and wash it off thoroughly.

Soap nuts are an excellent natural remedy for itchy scalp. Simply soak in water and allow them to soak overnight. In the morning, wash your hair with it. This should be done twice a week for a total of fifteen days. After the first fifteen days, you can begin to do this treatment once weekly.

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