Sandal keeps away headache and stress

Aug 18 2019 11:08 AM
Sandal keeps away headache and stress

Sandalwood is a special kind of wood that gives you a variety of benefits. Its trees smell a lot. Even after the cut, the wood retains its special aroma. Sandalwood is used in the puja recitation but you can benefit greatly if it is used for health and beauty. Using it in a special way can help you get rid of fatigue, stress, headaches and aesthetic problems. Today we are going to tell some of the benefits of the same.

Why is it special
Sandalwood is considered to be a special medicine of Ayurveda. It is used in different types of drugs. But if you want, you can use it to cool yourself. It provides quick relief from stress, fatigue and headache.

Relieve Headaches
If you have severe pain in your head, check sandalwood once on your forehead before taking the medicine. Sandalwood powder is an Ayurvedic medicine. It is natural painkiller. A pack of sandalwood should be applied on the forehead in case of headache. You can add rose water. You can also add tulsi leaves paste for better results.

Tanning Away
Sandalwood Padar's face pack is considered to be the most profitable face. This relieves the tanning caused by sunlight. You can use ordinary water or rose water to make sandalwood facepack. You can also add a pinch of turmeric to the sandalwood powder. This will remove facial stains and enhance it naturally. Sandalwood face pack is also very beneficial in nail-biting.

Relieve Fatigue and Stress
Sandalwood's face pack also relieves stress and fatigue. The natural aroma of sandalwood increases the production of serotonin hormone, making you feel cool. Serotonin hormone is a hormone that lowers the level of stress.

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