Category: Lifestyle

Athlete’s foot — also called tinea pedis — known as “jomi jomi”  in yoruba language it is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet. It can also spread to the toenails and the hands (rarely ) The fungal infection is called athlete’s foot because it’s commonly seen in athletes, due to the consistent wearing […]

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Can’t imagine a world without onions? They are indispensable, adding a baseline of sweet and earthy flavor to many cooked dishes and contributing a spicy accent when served raw. But even if you use them almost every time you cook, onions can still be pretty bewildering. When buying onions the heavy feel and firmness is […]

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For Many years we all have  limited eggs in our diet to help reduce the risk of heart disease, but our attitudes toward eggs have shifted. Today, we know that eggs are highly nutritious even though they are high in cholesterol, and many nutrition experts have begun to question the idea that dietary cholesterol has […]

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Harmattan is finally here!!! Everywhere is dusty, windy, and cold and the atmosphere is extra dry. This can be a nightmare for your natural hair and skin as you have to work extra hard to keep your natural hair and skin moisturized and healthy. You will need to stay hydrated a lot in order to […]

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Organic Coconut sugar is a natural sweetener that is not as cheap as regular granulated sugar. But it is worth it since it yields some tremendous benefits that make it a much better choice than many other sweetener options. Organic Coconut sugar, also referred to as Coconut palm sugar, is naturally brown in color with a […]

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This 100% pure aloe vera juice is enhanced with botanical herbs and is organically grown. One of the many benefit of Fruit of the Earth’s aloe vera juice is that it is all-natural and doesn’t contain any sugars or starches. Adding aloe vera juice to your daily routine has been shown to assist with natural […]

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Due to the natural anti-inflammatory properties and the lignin properties of Aloe Vera , Aloe Butter is a perfect butter to blend with essential oils that are intended for the skin. Naturally Aloe Butter not only soothes the skin but also draws in the added oils (e.g essential oils) making it aid their effects. Aloe […]

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Walnuts considered one of the healthiest nuts, pack a lot of health-boosting nutrients in a small package. Walnut oil is rich and nutty-tasting, but it has a lot more going for it than flavor. To get the maximum health benefits, choose unrefined walnut oil, store it in your refrigerator and use within one year. Walnut […]

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Cedarwood essential oil has an abundance of therapeutic uses and health benefits, both psychological and physical. These benefits make cedarwood a welcomed addition to your bathroom shelf. The natural health benefits of cedarwood essential oil can be attributed to its properties, such as antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, antiseborrheic, antispasmodic, astringent, tonic, diuretic, expectorant, emmenagogue, sedative, fungicidal […]

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Aloe Butter is suitable for a variety of skin care applications including use in lotions, soaps, skin creams and lip balms. Aloe Butter melts on contact with the skin and works well to restore and rehydrate the skin and moisturizes dry skin. It’s great for treating skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and sun burn. […]

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