Lemongrass is good for several reasons: Analgesic: Lemongrass is a painkiller. Studies done on mice showed intraperitoneal and subcutaneous injections of lemongrass and myrcene inhibited acetic acid-induced writhing in mice. Naloxone, an opioid antagonist blocked the antinociception in the mice suggesting that analgesic effect may be the result of the release of analgesia opioids. Oral administration of lemongrass resulted in a dose dependent analgesia. The analgesic effect did not cause tolerance on repeated injections in rats Anthelmintic: expels parasitic worms and other internal parasites in the body. Antibacterial: Some examples that lemongrass has activity against are Escherichia coli (E. Coli), Salmonella enterica (Salmonella) and Klebsiella pneumoniae (Gut bacteria), also against common respiratory tract pathogens like Haemophilus influenzae (which causes...
Rose Petals more commonly known for its decorative value actually contains medicinal benefits when consumed. Packed with Vitamin C, malic acid, pectin, and citric acid, rose petals makes an admirably safe diuretic, which makes it more tempting to be used, especially if you are on a weight loss journey. Drink twice a day to calm down hunger pangs to help your diet.
Did you know that your liver can regenerate itself? The liver is the only internal human organ that is capable of regeneration. As little as 25% of the liver can regenerate into a whole liver. The regeneration however is not restorative, it is merely a restoration of its functions. This means that even though it regenerates, it does not go back to its original shape and size.
Announcing a collaboration between two passionate designers. Ashleigh Cotterill, TEA BIRD TEA and Franki Turner, FRANKITAS are shaping the future of how business women can collaborate effectively and sustainably. They have a shared vision to genuinely make the world a better place through their sustainable supply chain ethos.