Image by subWiz via FlickrA new edition of Navratna Oil, with the tag line "Extra Thanda" (meaning Extra Cool) is available in the market. I am a ardent fan of Navratna Oil. I regularly use it for massage purposes. I was a bit apprehensive about the Extra Thanda tag line. Can anyone make a oil more cooler than the traditional Navratna Oil? As I am writing this, I am experiencing the Extra Thanda factor ;-)
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Image via WikipediaThere are many medicinal plants available in India. But many of them require special care and maintenance for growing them in a city apartment. One plant that defies this requirement, and whose content oozes with goodness is Aloe Vera. I would recommend every Indian home/apartment to grow and use it.
Saturday morning. Weekly once I put ant-dandruff shampoo to cleanse my hair of dandruff. Today, I did some thing better. I asked Aarthi to apply freshly plucked Aloe gel to my hair. The feeling was good as it has a very calming chill effect on my scalp. I had it in my for 1/2 hour before I headed for shower. Dandruff gone!
Aarthi and myself have also made it a point to apply the Aloe gel to our faces regularly.
This is one of the cheapest and best option compared with buying and applying Alo Vera based products. And believe me, growing Aloe Vera is suited for city life. It requires very less maintenance.