New Delhi: Celery (Ajwain) kept in the home kitchen can be effective in relieving many health conditions. There are such beneficial ingredients in small celery seeds that you are still not aware of. In the case of indigestion, it is often instructed to eat celery with hot water and salt. Not only this, celery is a sure medicine to get rid of cold and cold, runny nose and cold. It contains many antioxidants and anti-inflammatory elements, which not only relieve the mucus in the chest, but also provide relief from colds and sinusitis. Let us know some of the benefits (Ajwain).
The winter is painful because of the effect of heat. To get rid of it, boil plum leaves and celery in water, then filter the water and gargle with it, it has benefits.
– If you have a mild headache, boil a spoonful of bishop’s weed in half a liter of water. Keep the water filtered and taking it two or three times a day will be beneficial.
Put parsley in mustard oil and heat well. This helps relieve joint pain after massaging the joints.
– On the injury of blue-red spots when binding, the pain and swelling is reduced by binding the parsley and turmeric compress on the injury.
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When the smell comes out of the mouth, boil a little parsley in water and then rinse with this water two or three times a day, the foul odor will stop within two to three days.
– Today you get relief from arthritis. Baking in the knees by making a bundle of celery churan is beneficial. Mixing half a cup of celery juice and dry ginger also cures arthritis.
-If you have acne on your face, grind some celery with cottage cheese and apply this paste on the face. When the coating is dry, clean it with warm water. Acne will disappear in a few days.
If the gums are swollen, adding a few drops of celery oil to lukewarm water will provide relief. In addition, roast the celery and grind it into a powder. This brushing helps to relieve pain and swelling of the gums.
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