Product Details And Information About DR. Jain’s Olive Oil, 10 ml
Is your hair as dry and brittle as sagebrush in the desert? Put the moisture back into it by heating 1/2 cup olive oil (don’t boil it), and then liberally applying it to your hair. Cover your hair with a plastic grocery bag, then wrap it in a towel. Let it set for 45 minutes, then shampoo and thoroughly rinse. If you’re in awe of these numerous olive oil benefits.
CLEAR UP ACNE
OK, the notion of applying oil to your face to treat acne does sound a bit wacky. Still, many folks swear this works: Make a paste by mixing 4 tablespoons salt with 3 tablespoons olive oil. Pour the mixture onto your hands and fingers and work it around your face. Leave it on for a minute or two, then rinse it off with warm, soapy water. Apply daily for one week, then cut back to two or three times weekly. You should see a noticeable improvement in your condition. (The principle is that the salt cleanses the pores by exfoliation, while the olive oil restores the skin’s natural moisture).
SOOTHE YOUR THROAT
If you’re suffering from a cough that just won’t quit and don’t have any cough medicine sitting in your kitchen cabinet, a tablespoon of olive oil could be a quick, temporary fix until your next drugstore trip. The oil helps lubricate your throat and reduces inflammation thanks to its powerful anti-inflammatory agent, oleocanthal. If your cough worsens or persists, consult your doctor immediately. For more natural remedies to get rid of a cold.