Mistletoe is the only leaf that has the rare property of protecting the skin from the sun to the feet.
Mistletoe plays an important role in Ayurvedic medicine. Mistletoe has nymph, nympholide, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, which are good for the skin. Let’s take a look at what willow is good for the skin.
Neem leaves moisturize the skin and help to make it soft and supple. Reduces scarring and skin discoloration caused by acne. Mistletoe has the property of curing acne. If you apply mistletoe extract on the acne, the acne will disappear. For dry skin, you can grind camomile in bath water and apply it on the skin.
Boil a cup of mistletoe in water and apply it on the scalp and take a bath to get rid of dandruff and hair loss quickly. If you do this often, the dandruff will disappear. Doing this twice a week will give good results.
Neem cleanses the bloodstream. Mix two or three neem leaves with water daily and drink it on an empty stomach to increase blood flow. It controls the level of hormones in the body. If you put neem or flower in your mouth every morning and chew it, it will remove the worms in the stomach.
Neem is used to treat nail diseases. Applying neem oil on the affected area will cure the nail disease quickly. It is used as an excellent remedy for itchy skin and diabetics.
Mistletoe relieves muscle and joint pain. Boil the leaves in a cup of water, strain it and massage it on the affected area.
Boil the willow leaves for ten minutes and let cool. It should be applied on the eyelids and eyes. These will keep the eyes cool. Doing this in the summer is good for the eyes. Reducing body heat and keeping eyes cool. The cornea under the eye is correct.