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Hope you are all are safe and well.
Today we will look into a fruit that is well known on many tropical islands, Guava.
Let’s look at the benefits of this awesome fruit:
Guava – KellysThoughtsonThings.com
Guava is a sweet tropical fruit which is rich in many nutrients and vitamins. This contains vitamin A, B2, C, potassium, and lycopene which are much needed for hair growth. Vitamin B2 specifically helps to repair cells and tissue in the body which can be beneficial for restoring healthy hair. The antioxidants present in guava leaves fight free radicals and prevent hair damage. The leaves of guava could act as a deep conditioner, that strengthens the hair follicles which lead to thicker and shinier hair growth. Guava leaves extract goes deep within your scalp to nourish the skin and treat dandruff at the root. Regular intake of this natural fruit provides the hair and scalp with all necessary nutrients to healthy growth over the long period of time.
Dr. Sapna V Roshni, Cosmetic Surgeon and Hair Specialist, Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation, says, “Its benefits are many fold. It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties which help to maintain a healthy scalp. The vitamin C content improves collagen activity aiding in hair growth and the lycopene content gives protection from sun’s UV rays. In short, guava leaves helps one to have a good hair growth solution without burning one’s pocket.”
Dr. Anshul Jaibharat, a Delhi-based Nutritionist, says, “guava leaves are a powerhouse of antioxidants like vitamin C, and flavonoids such as quercetin that are known to bring about various benefits for our health and beauty.
Let us check out an Easy Hair Recipe:
Boil some guava leaves in a pot of water, strain out the leaves.
Let the solution cool down.
Massage this potion into your dry scalp.
Wash it off after 10-15 minutes with lukewarm water.
Use this remedy twice a week and you are sure to see fabulous results.
The leaves are an absolutely natural ingredient, free of all possible chemicals, and thus absolutely harmless.
If you ever try, please share with us in the comments to let us know your results.
Thanks so much for visiting and hope you are enjoying the series.
Isle of Azure