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Magic Juice For Fighting Hairfall and A Super Glowing Skin|Sushmita’s Diaries

Written by raghu




Hi Everyone,
This all natural magic potion will not only fight hairfall but will also help in growing your hair thick and long.
It also will make your skin resplendent and nails strong.
Have it for breakfast for almost two months and see it transform your appearance.

THE MAGIC INGREDIENTS:
Watermelon- It has Arginine (an amino acid) which is essential in blood circulation in the scalp.
Watermelon naturally contains a lot of citrulline that increases the level of arginine and is therefore good for promoting hair growth.

Coconut water- It contains five essential electrolytes that are present in the human body including calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and sodium. Coconut water keeps the skin plump and scalp hydrated, hence promoting hair growth.

Carrot- They are great for strong and healthy hair. Loaded with nutrients and vitamins like Vitamin A, K, C, B6, B1, B3, B2, fibre, potassium, phosphorous etc, carrots are superfood for skin and hair.

Indian Gooseberries are a superfood for hair. It has almost twice the antioxidant power of acai berry and about 17 times that of pomegranate. Amla is one of the richest source of vitamin C.
It contains array of antioxidants such as emblicanin A and B, phyllantine, phyllantidine, quercetin, kaempferol, gallic acid, and ellagic acid.
Amla also contains a high concentration of minerals, amino acids, as well as strong immunity boosting properties.

Cucumber contains ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and caffeic acid, fiber, along with minerals like silica, potassium and magnesium.
Silica is renowned to be good for the hair and so are the other vitamins.

Tomatoes contain important Vitamins like A, B, C and E which are excellent stimulants for healthy hair.
These Vitamins help prevent hair loss, give natural shine and help treat scalp odour and dandruff.

Beetroot contains potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamins A, B6 and C, folic acid, carbohydrates, protein, antioxidants and soluble fibre.

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