(Last Updated on : 13-12-2013)
Everyone likes to look, and be beautiful. Tulsi
promotes health and enhances beauty. Early in the morning, after your bath, spread a mat in the proximity of a Tulsi plant, and sit in a position to allow the fragrance emanating from its leaves, inflorescences and stem to mix with the air you inhale and fill your entire being. This divine aroma will purify your blood. The purified blood will impart a glow to your body and give it new life. Tulsi is used for beauty treatment.
Tulsi is considered the best remedy for leucoderma and other skin disorders.
Rubbing finely powdered dry Tulsi leaves on the face like talcum powder makes it glow with beauty. This powder will also remove light and dark spots on the face.
Chewing a few leaves of the plant will purify the blood.
Apply a thick paste by crushing and grinding dry Tulsi with a little pure water to the face to open the pores.
For natural freshness: Take some water in a vessel. Squeeze half a lemon into it. Add a fistful of Tulsi leaves, a handful of mint leaves, boil. Expose only your face to the steam emanating from this water. Apply some of the water to your face when it has cooled down to a bearable temperature.
For dark spots on your face, add some lemon juice to the juice of Tulsi leaves and apply this mixture on the spots. Let it dry, and then wash it off with clear water. An equal amount of ginger juice can be substituted for the lemon juice.
A decoction of Tulsi and mint is an excellent rejuvenator.
Tulsi is also useful for treating acne.
Keep lemon juice for twenty-four hours in a copper vessel. Add the same amount of Tulsi juice and kasaundi juice. (The fruit known as kasaundi or kasaunji or haria revdi ) Thicken by evaporating it in sunlight. Apply this paste to the face. Gradually the skin of your face will become clear, glowing and beautiful.
Tulsi, because of it's medicinal proporeties
, is a wonderful herb for beauty treatments.
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