Colourful Post On Festival of Colours Holi Happy Holi Sir.Nice Post About Colours And Associate Chakras(Energy Center's in body) Very Detail Study about Yogic Chakras and Colours.@Dr. Hemant Adhikari sir. thanks.
Same to u and ur family@Dr. Hemant Adhikari sir
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Happy belated Holi.. Very Informative references @Dr. Hemant Adhikari ji
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#HolisticMedicine #CCA update Arthritis is very common but is not well understood. Actually, “arthritis” is not a single disease; it is an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint disease. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis and related conditions. People of all ages, sexes and races can and do have arthritis, and it is the leading cause of disability in America. More than 50 million adults and 300,000 children have some type of arthritis. It is most common among women and occurs more frequently as people get older. Common arthritis joint symptoms include swelling, pain, stiffness and decreased range of motion. Symptoms may come and go. They can be mild, moderate or severe. They may stay about the same for years, but may progress or get worse over time. Severe arthritis can result in chronic pain, inability to do daily activities and make it difficult to walk or climb stairs. Arthritis can cause permanent joint changes. These changes may be visible, such as knobby finger joints, but often the damage can only be seen on X-ray. Some types of arthritis also affect the heart, eyes, lungs, kidneys and skin as well as the joints. There are different types of arthritis: Degenerative Arthritis Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. When the cartilage – the slick, cushioning surface on the ends of bones – wears away, bone rubs against bone, causing pain, swelling and stiffness. Over time, joints can lose strength and pain may become chronic. Risk factors include excess weight, family history, age and previous injury (an anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, tear, for example). When the joint symptoms of osteoarthritis are mild or moderate, they can be managed by: balancing activity with rest using hot and cold therapies regular physical activity maintaining a healthy weight strengthening the muscles around the joint for added support using assistive devices taking over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers or anti-inflammatory medicines avoiding excessive repetitive movements If joint symptoms are severe, causing limited mobility and affecting quality of life, some of the above management strategies may be helpful, but joint replacement may be necessary. Osteoarthritis can prevented by staying active, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding injury and repetitive movements. Inflammatory Arthritis A healthy immune system is protective. It generates internal inflammation to get rid of infection and prevent disease. But the immune system can go awry, mistakenly attacking the joints with uncontrolled inflammation, potentially causing joint erosion and may damage internal organs, eyes and other parts of the body. Rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis are examples of inflammatory arthritis. Researchers believe that a combination of genetics and environmental factors can trigger autoimmunity. Smoking is an example of an environmental risk factor that can trigger rheumatoid arthritis in people with certain genes. With autoimmune and inflammatory types of arthritis, early diagnosis and aggressive treatment is critical. Slowing disease activity can help minimize or even prevent permanent joint damage. Remission is the goal and may be achieved through the use of one or more medications known as disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs). The goal of treatment is to reduce pain, improve function, and prevent further joint damage. Infectious Arthritis A bacterium, virus or fungus can enter the joint and trigger inflammation. Examples of organisms that can infect joints are salmonella and shigella (food poisoning or contamination), chlamydia and gonorrhea (sexually transmitted diseases) and hepatitis C (a blood-to-blood infection, often through shared needles or transfusions). In many cases, timely treatment with antibiotics may clear the joint infection, but sometimes the arthritis becomes chronic. Metabolic Arthritis Uric acid is formed as the body breaks down purines, a substance found in human cells and in many foods. Some people have high levels of uric acid because they naturally produce more than is needed or the body can’t get rid of the uric acid quickly enough. In some people the uric acid builds up and forms needle-like crystals in the joint, resulting in sudden spikes of extreme joint pain, or a gout attack. Gout can come and go in episodes or, if uric acid levels aren’t reduced, it can become chronic, causing ongoing pain and disability. Diagnosing Arthritis Arthritis diagnosis often begins with a primary care physician, who performs a physical exam and may do blood tests and imaging scans to help determine the type of arthritis. An arthritis specialist, or rheumatologist, should be involved if the diagnosis is uncertain or if the arthritis may be inflammatory. Rheumatologists typically manage ongoing treatment for inflammatory arthritis, gout and other complicated cases. Orthopaedic surgeons do joint surgery, including joint replacements. When the arthritis affects other body systems or parts, other specialists, such as ophthalmologists, dermatologists or dentists, may also be included in the health care team.Dr. Rina Upadhyay17 Likes26 Answers
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Health Benefits of Alfalfa Grass ............................................................... Alfalfa grass is a flowering plant that is very common and the alfalfa grass health benefits are plentiful. The following will uncover 5 surprising health benefits of alfalfa grass… It is a perennial plant, which means that it grows and blooms over the spring and summer. During the fall and winter, the plants die back. In the spring, they return from the rootstock. The basic benefit of alfalfa is that it is very nutritious when it is consumed. This plant is high in chlorophyll, micronutrients, and vitamins A, B1, B6, C, E, and K. It also contains calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium. Finally, it contains more protein than most plants. What Are the Health Benefits of Alfalfa Grass? Other than the nutritional value, alfalfa has several health benefits. These include: Anti-Inflammatory Properties: An alfalfa study was published in the July 2009 issue of Journal of Biomedical Science. The study was performed on animals that were injected with compounds that contained inflammation. The animals that were not fed alfalfa sprouts had increased inflammation compared to those who were fed alfalfa sprouts. Bolsters Immune System: A study was performed and published in the March 2009 issue of “Lupus”. During this study, animals were injected with alfalfa sprout ethyl acetate extract. The scientists doing this study wanted to see if alfalfa sprouts could be beneficial for people who suffer from autoimmune diseases, such as lupus. The animals that were given alfalfa had lower T-cell counts at the end of the study. Antioxidant Effects and Radiation Protection: A study was conducted in Turkey, and the results were published in the February 2008 issue of Photocheistry and Photobiology. According to the study, alfalfa can protect the cells from damage from x-rays, due to its antioxidant properties. The animals that were given alfalfa before having an x-ray had less free radicals and cell damage than those who were not given alfalfa. Lower Cholesterol: High cholesterol can lead to stroke and heart disease. A study was performed and published in the May 1087 issue of Atherosclerosis. According to the study, patients with high cholesterol were given alfalfa for 8 weeks. At the end of the study, their LDL, also known as bad cholesterol, dropped by 30 percent. After the study, the patients stopped eating alfalfa, and their cholesterol returned to the previous levels before the study was conducted. The study indicated that regular consumption of alfalfa could successfully reduce cholesterol. Improves Certain Medical Conditions: Alfalfa has been used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including kidney, bladder, and prostate conditions. It can also increase urine flow. Patients with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, upset stomach, and asthma can benefit from alfalfa. Side Effects of Alfalfa Grass Alfalfa is relatively safe for adults. However, if you take large amounts of alfalfa for a long period of time, the seeds can cause a reaction that is similar to lupus. Also, alfalfa can make the skin more sensitive to the sun. It is important for light skinned people to wear sunblock when going outdoors. Patients who are pregnant should avoid alfalfa. There is evidence that alfalfa can act like estrogen, which can have a negative effect on the pregnancy. Its estrogen effect can also be harmful for patients who suffer from breast cancer, uterine cancer, and ovarian cancer. If you have diabetes, you should check your blood sugar levels often, as alfalfa can lower your blood sugar. You may think that you are eating right, and your blood sugar levels are fine, but the alfalfa can have an effect on it. Patients who have had a kidney transplant should avoid consuming anything with alfalfa. There has been one reported case of a patient who had a transplant and rejected it due to their consumption of alfalfa. Because alfalfa boosts the immune system, it can make the anti-drugs that are given after the surgery, less effective. How to Take Alfalfa Grass The most common way to ingest alfalfa is to add alfalfa sprouts to a salad. You can also purchase alfalfa supplements and take them with your daily multivitamin. Alfalfa Grass in Green Powder Drinks If salad is not your favorite thing to eat, and you would rather not take a daily supplement, you can purchase green powder drinks that contain the right amount of alfalfa that is healthy for your diet. Green powder drinks such as Total Living Drink Greens contain numerous ingredients, including alfalfa grass, which are rich in vitamins and nutrients. Just having a drink or two a day can greatly improve your health. Alfalfa grass grows all over the world, and is very plentiful. For years, many people did not know the many health benefits of alfalfa grass. As studies were conducted on this grass, more and more people began putting alfalfa sprouts in their salad, and even eating them on their own. As the health food industry began seeing the importance of this grass, many companies began using alfalfa in their green drink powders.Dr. Sanjay Kumar Mallick7 Likes24 Answers
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Amazing Benefits Of Arabian Jasmine For Skin, Hair, And Health stylecraze.com Sep 29, 2017 12:00 PM Welcome to the world of Arabian Jasmine that stretches beyond your favorite jasmine tea and jasmine hair oil. The beautiful white Arabian Jasmine flower with its sensual, exotic, musky and zesty aroma is unarguably the best natural aphrodisiac. No wonder Indian brides are adorned with oodles and oodles of these flowers during their wedding and post wedding celebrations! More than being a beauty add-on, there are benefits of Arabian jasmine flowers that are great for skin, hair, and health. The flowers of this evergreen Arabian Jasmine plant is a traditional Ayurvedic remedy for various conditions, including eye disorders, epilepsy, headache, fever, vomiting, impotence, itches, wounds, and ulcer, to name a few. Packed with powerful anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anesthetic, and analgesic properties, this aromatic herb is a hidden treasure. Now, telling you all about them, in brief, is not enough, right? So, read on to know more about the amazing benefits of Arabian jasmine. Scroll down! Arabian Jasmine—A Brief ￼ Image: Shutterstock Scientific Name- Jasmine sambac Native- Southeast Asia Other Names- Maid of Orleans, Belle of India, Grand Duke of Tuscany, Mogra in Hindi, Gundu malligai poo in Tamil and Mallige in Kannada This aromatic flower lives up to its name that can translate to ‘A Gift From God’ with its plethora of medicinal and decorational uses. Using this flower to cure ailments is nothing new. In earlier centuries, Egyptians and Greeks used this as aromatherapy, an aphrodisiac as well as a stimulant. Our ancestors utilized its paste for healing sores and scars. Chinese people used jasmine to flavor their teas. What makes Arabian jasmine such a beneficial ingredient for health issues? Well, many studies have shown that this miraculous flower is full of active compounds like flavonoids and coumarins that are known to promote vascular health, cardiac glycosides and phenolics that detoxifies our body. Trivia—Did you know that Arabian Jasmine is the national flower of Philippines? Ironical that it’s named Arabian when it originates in Southeast Asia! Benefits Of Arabian Jasmine ￼ Image: iStock Arabian Jasmine offers a multitude of benefits to your skin, hair, and health. Let’s take a look at each one of them. The Many Benefits of Arabian Jasmine Skin Benefits Natural DeodorantSofter SkinToned, Scar-free SkinEases Skin TroublesSafeguards Skin Hair Benefits Natural ConditionerFor Stronger, Longer, And Radiant LocksAnti-lice AgentKeeps The Scalp MoisturizedTreats Scalp Infections Health Benefits Natural AphrodisiacEases Stress And DepressionInnate Antiseptic PropertiesAnti-Cancerous AgentEases SpasmsAlleviates Pain And InflammationEases Cough And ColdNatural Remedy For SnoringAids Weight LossFor A Stronger Digestive SystemCure For FeverImproves Blood CirculationPainless MenstruationEases Labor PainsImpact On Breast MilkHelps DiabeticsRegulates Cholesterol Levels In BloodOther Benefits Skin Benefits of Arabian Jasmine Who doesn’t want to have a skin that is beautiful, glowing and flawless?I bet you have tried every product out there in the market only to regret later that you spent a fortune on cosmetics that didn’t work. Why don’t to switch to a natural ingredient for a change? Yes, Arabian Jasmine, it is! But always blend jasmine with other carrier oils. Although Jasmine is safe, it’s advisable to use it after mixing it with avocado, sweet almond, jojoba, or coconut oil. ￼ Image: iStock 1. Natural Deodorant By now it’s common knowledge that even the most pricey deodorants in the market won’t last beyond a period. Try Jasmine, will you? Why Does It Work The flower as well as the essential oil has ketone in low concentrations. This, in turn, gives it a warm, yet mild fragrance that makes it a natural deodorant option (1). 2. Softer Skin Longing to have a soft and smooth skin? Add a few drops of the oil extracted from jasmine to your bath water. Soak yourself for 10 minutes for an in-bath moisturizer, and see the results for yourself. Or, you can mix jasmine oil with a little aloe vera lotion and apply it on your skin and leave on for a moisturized, soft skin (2). Believe me; you will feel just wow after a bath! 3. Toned, Scar-free Skin Crushed jasmine flowers or jasmine oil, when used along with petroleum jelly or coconut oil, helps to ease stretch marks and scars. It also tones and soothes dry skin and retains the skin’s elasticity (3). 4. Eases Skin Troubles Jasmine, when used as a tea, is known to be an effective cure for scratches, wounds, and cuts (4). It is also an effective home remedy for rashes and redness caused by sunburn. Jasmine juice is an effective cure for cornstoo. 5. Safeguards Skin You already know that the essential oil extracted from Jasmine can keep your skin moisturized and hydrated. Did you know that it can also heal the post acne marks? This way it can protect your skin from the cruelties of the weather too. Why Does It Work The antibacterial, antiseptic, and antiviral properties of jasmine can be utilized in the form of its oil to improve the immunity power of the skin (5). Regular application of this oil on your skin can fight infections and weather impacts. Hair Benefits Of Arabian Jasmine Arabian jasmine offers a whole lot of benefits to the hair too. Here’s how. ￼ Image: iStock 6. Natural Conditioner Aromatic Jasmine serves as an easy and perfect natural conditioner as well. What You Need To Do Prepare jasmine water by steeping 10 to 15 jasmine flowers in plain water. Allow it to cool down and use it as the last hair rinse. It can be mixed with baking soda to be used as shampoo as well as a conditioner. Jasmine water can also be used as a serum to keep your hair conditioned. Jasmine, in the form of oil, can be applied to keep frizzy, curly, and unmanageable hair under control by padlocking the moisture (6). 7. For Stronger, Longer, And Radiant Locks The extract of jasmine leaves strengthens your hair roots, makes hair tensile and prevents it from turning brittle. This also ensures that your strands grow longer and thicker. Fresh extract of jasmine infused with coconut hair oil also gives you longer, fuller hair. Along with maintaining its natural color and sheen, this extract also ensures that you own thicker locks (7). 8. Anti-lice Agent Are lice and bugs making your scalp itchy and irritating? Add a handful of jasmine flowers to a carrier oil (coconut, almond or any other of your choice) and apply it regularly on scalp and hair to shield your hair from the attacks of head lice. 9. Keeps The Scalp Moisturized Jasmine extracts when used along with coconut oil, almond oil, or jojoba oil is known to lock the moisture in the scalp, keeping the scalp hydrated while preventing hair fall and dandruff. So, say bye-bye to dry and itchy scalp with Jasmine (8). 10. Treats Scalp Infections Come monsoon and bacterial-fungal infections attack your scalp. If you are looking for an easy remedy, jasmine can help. What You Need To Do Crush jasmine flower and steep it in coconut oil. Apply this on your infected scalp to treat an infection. The antiseptic and anti-microbial actions of both the ingredients work together, thereby ensuring that the infection subsides at a faster pace (9). Health Benefits Of Arabian Jasmine Last on the list is the sub-section about health benefits that is the most critical portion of this article (I’m sure many of you agree with me!). So, let’s go through the most important ones. ￼ Image: iStock 11. Natural Aphrodisiac Jasmine has been used to enhance libido since time immemorial. Why not make use of it then? Why Does It Work These white flowers have this compelling masculine and sensual fragrance, which bestow them with their magical aphrodisiac powers. It relaxes the person completely, unlocking the sexual inhibitions. It prepares the man and the woman to express themselves while nurturing the reproductive system by triggering the secretion of essential sex hormones (10). 12. Eases Stress And Depression The fragrant and lively jasmine flowers are known to lift your mood and ease stress. Jasmine can also bring you out of depression. What You Need To Do Smell a handful of fresh jasmine buds to counter your stress levels. Alternatively, you can use the pure oil extracted from these leaves. The aromatic ingredients of the flower soothe the senses thwarts off negative thoughts and fill you with energy. Just 2 drops—that is what you need to beat the stress caused by work and exam, fatigue, nervousness, anxiety, tension, and even addiction. While jasmine can ease postnatal depression too, make sure you use the oil instead of flowers for that benefit. Or, add about 10 to 12 jasmine flowers to your water and take a bath to boost your confidence levels, and put your emotions at ease. Why Does It Work Jasmine soothes the nerves by relaxing the automatic nerve activity and decreasing your heart rate. It is full of flavonoid antioxidants that are known to fight oxidative stress. Also, it carries mild sedative property that calms the mind and soul by regulating blood sugar and blood pressure levels (11). 13. Innate Antiseptic Properties Jasmine is also a favorite wound healer. No wonder then that it was used as an alternative to medicines in earlier days. Why Does It Work The presence of benzyl benzoate, benzoic acid, and benzaldehyde in jasmine makes it an effective antiseptic. Choose a fresh homemade oil for topical application on wounds to prevent infections. Inhalation of jasmine scent is also known to ease infections affecting the respiratory system, thwarting cold and cough (12). 14. Anti-Cancerous Agent You can even stem the growth and spread of cancerous cells with jasmine. Why Does It Work Numerous studies conducted on this flower suggest that it is known for its anti-cancerous and cytotoxic activities, both of which can help in easing and preventing cancer. If we look into the past, we can see that the flowers, as well as leaves of jasmine, have been used to shield women from breast cancer (13). 15. Eases Spasms Sometimes, using up different lotions and potions for painful conditions can make it worse. Why not use a single ingredient that can cure everything? Why Does It Work A natural antispasmodic agent, it can be used to ease painful conditions such as congestion, cough, asthma, and spasmodic cholera. It relieves spasms, alleviating the pain experienced under such conditions (14). 16. Alleviates Pain And Inflammation Suffering from a headache or a backache? Apply a drop of jasmine oil and massage. Yes, it heals, and it is a proven grandma’s home remedy for different kinds of pains and aches, including those from arthritis and rheumatism. Why Does It Work Jasmine, along with its anti-noci-perceptive and anti-inflammatory properties, also possesses anesthetic properties, the synergic effects of which helps in faster recovery from painful inflammatory conditions (15). 17. Eases Cough And Cold Sneezing and coughing throughout the day can reduce us into a cranky and grumpy soul. Try something new this time. Why Does It Work The oil extracted from jasmine flowers is a natural expectorant. This clears the phlegm accumulated in your respiratory tracts during cold and cough, giving you a good night’s sleep (16). 18. Natural Remedy For Snoring The unnatural and untimely habit of snoring can be embarrassing for you and annoying for the others too. But, did you know that Jasmine can spare you the awkward situation? Why Does It Work The expectorant property of this oil can be a natural cure for snoring. Sniffing the flower or oil eases the throat, widens the air passage, and keeps snoring at bay (17). Thanks to this wonderful flower, you can now have a sound sleep. 19. Aids Weight Loss Unbelievable but true, jasmine helps you lose weight. Why Does It Work Tender jasmine flowers are picked and infused with tea—green, black, or white. Studies suggest that intake of at least 3 cups of jasmine tea, along with a proper diet and exercise routine, can help cut unwanted flab and trim your waistline by increasing metabolism (18). 20. For A Stronger Digestive System Jasmine can improve your internal system by regulating digestive enzymes and making them effective. Why Does It Work Along with easing the spasms experienced during various digestive disorders, an infusion of jasmine tea is known to offer a cure for ulcers and gastritis too. It not only keeps your gut clean by paving the way for the growth of good bacteria, but it also strengthens your digestive system, developing immunity against infections (19). 21. Cure For Fever The Arabian jasmine flowers, as well as oil, have been used as a time-tested home remedy to bring down the temperature levels during a high fever. Why Does It Work Jasmine improves the circulation levels, eases stress, and relaxes muscles, helping in lowering and reducing fever (20). 22. Improves Blood Circulation Using jasmine can benefit you in a million other ways, especially in making your organ system fit and fine! Why Does It Work Jasmine, when consumed as a tea or massaged topically as oil, is known to improve blood circulation levels. It can be used to keep blood pressure levels under control and thwart off various dreaded cardiovascular conditions such as atherosclerosis, thrombosis, and strokes (21). 23. Painless Menstruation Those five days of menses can be painful. And that makes us reach out for any possible pain-relieving options. Jasmine is one of them! Why Does It Work The oil extracted from Arabian Jasmine is efficient as an emmenagogue, which helps to alleviate the spasms and pain experienced during menstruation. This property also helps in regulating the cycles as well as keeping various premenstrual symptoms, including fatigue and mood swings under control. A nerve-soothing tonic, it helps women smoothly deal with this period. Mix 2 drops of jasmine oil in 1 ml sesame seed oil. Apply on your lower abs, massage gently to get over the pain (22). 24. Eases Labor Pain Now, it may sound absurd, but Jasmine is known to smoothen the delivery process. Why Does It Work A parturient cum uterine tonic, application of jasmine oil is known to ease the anxiety experienced during labor while helping the women relax completely. Once the muscles relax, labor becomes easier (23). What You Need To Do Mix 4 drops jasmine oil with 2 ml jojoba oil for more natural delivery and pain-free recovery soon after. 25. Impact On Breast Milk It’s not wrong to say that Jasmine is perfect for pregnant and lactating ladies because of the plethora of benefits it offers. Why Does It Work While the oil extracted from jasmine flowers is known to be a galactagogue, the flowers as such are known to be a lactifuge. Yes, Jasmine oil has been known to enhance the secretion of breast milk. Women who wish to stop breastfeeding can use jasmine flowers as it is known to halt breast milk secretion within 48 hours. 26. Helps Diabetics Among other things, jasmine can even keep your blood sugar levels under control. Why Does It Work Tea infused with jasmine leaves is known to maintain the blood sugar levels, normalizing the production of insulin. Consuming this tea can help people with diabetes balance their sugar levels. Studies also suggest the regular use of jasmine-infused tea to lower the chances of diabetes, especially if you are obese (24). 27. Regulates Cholesterol Levels In Blood Jasmine, when consumed as tea, is known to lower the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood. It also keeps a tab on the cholesterol levels and keeps health conditions such as heart attacks and strokes at bay. 28. Other Benefits Arabian Jasmine is also known to be therapeutic for conditions such as Leprosy, Otorrhea, Rectal bleeding, Urinary infections, Paralysis, Mental Debility, Giddiness, Liver cirrhosis and Hepatitis. A Word Of Caution ￼ Image: iStock Arabian Jasmine, in the form of flowers, tea, and oil, has countless magical benefits for humankind and have not shown any strong adverse reactions. However, if you are a sensitive person, then it is always advisable to consult your physician before using Jasmine, in any of its forms. How To Use Arabian Jasmine Now, when I have shared multiple benefits offered by Jasmine, it’s only fair that give some incredible usages revolving jasmine. 1. Jasmine Tea What can be better than beginning this list by a delightful jasmine tea recipe? And trust me, it’s simple yet yummy. What You Need Jasmine flower petals 10-12Green tea leaves (to your choice)Hot waterSweetener (honey, sugar to taste) How To Do Mix the petals and green tea leaves and let them infuse overnight. Remove the jasmine petals and store the green tea in a tight jar. Take a pitcher and add hot water to it. Now, add the green tea leaves and leave for 3-5 minutes. Strain in a cup, add sweetener and pour into a cup. Jasmine tea is ready to savor! 2. Jasmine Potpourri For this air-freshener, use up dried jasmine flowers and mix it up with cinnamon sticks, cloves, mace, and dried rose petals. Now, put a few drops of jasmine essential oil and store in an earthen pot for spreading the natural fragrance everywhere! 3. Jasmine Massage Oil To use jasmine as a massage oil, mix a few drops of jasmine essential oil with any unrefined carrier oil of your choice. It works the best when added to coconut and almond oil, though. Massage the oil throughout your body and take a warm bath for relieving stress. 4. DIY Jasmine Perfume Make your favorite jasmine perfume at home by following these simple guidelines. What You Need 1 tablespoon unflavored alcoholHalf tablespoon distilled water15-20 drops of jasmine essential oil6 drops pure vanillaGlass spray bottle How To Make Mix up all the ingredients and transfer them into the glass spray bottle. Store the solution in a cool and dry space and you are done! Arabian jasmine, indeed, is a miraculous flower. Along with its appearance that makes it a beautiful ornamentation for women, the benefits it imparts are also fabulous. Have we missed out any health, skin, and hair benefits of Arabian jasmine? If so, do share with us. 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15 year old boy presents with multiple joint swelling and tenderness for 1 week....the patient currently unable to mobilise.. there is history of on/off joint paints but this event is e worst of all.. patient was born with a missing limb..stays in rural areas...no money for investigations..patient is hiv positive on ART...differentials?Dr. Deepak Raina0 Like7 Answers