Every now and then we encounter problems in our digestive system that leads to constipation. We experience abdominal and rectal pain as we find it difficult to expel our hardened stools that get stuck in our colon. There are many causes of constipation and it mostly has to do with the lack of balanced diet and pre-existing medical conditions.
Camphor essential oil is extracted from camphor trees which grow in the tropical regions of Asia and South America. The oil is distilled from the camphor trees’ wood and roots and has been used by humans for different purposes for centuries. Persians used it to control plagues while the Chinese used its aromatic properties in building their temples. Camphor oil was also an essential ingredient for embalming.
A bunion is a deformity on the joint located on the side of the great toe due to poorly-fitted footwear or genetics. It is described as the tilting of the big toe towards the second toe and tissues at the base of the big toe become swollen. In some cases, this could escalate to developing bone spurs.
Tea Tree essential oil comes from the twigs and leaves of the Tea Tree, scientifically known as Melaleuca Alternifolia. This plant is endemic in Australia and its oil has been widely used for centuries as a topical cure for many disease and infections.
Bad breath or halitosis is a common problem we face in our daily life. We experience it when we wake up in the morning and when we consume certain foods during the day. Other causes of this embarrassing problem include smoking and alcohol intake. The good thing is that in most cases bad breath is transient and manageable, usually waning after brushing, flossing or using mouthwash. These practices are actually common sense however we tend to overlook them.
We ll have struggled with acnes at one point in our lives. In fact, 85% of teenagers currently suffer from this infection which sometimes continues into their twenties. Acne is a very common inflammatory disease caused by the overproduction of the skin’s oil glands at the onset puberty. During our adolescent stage, the cells and sebum within these glands dramatically increases to the point of blocking the skin follicles. Too much buildup of trapped dirt and sebum oftentimes causes the pore to rupture and the resulting skin lesions and scarring on the face and neck can be unsightly and is often a source of awkwardness during our growing up years. Continue reading