Natural Remedies

Use an Aspirin to Remove Dandruff

Aspirin is one of the most widely used pills in the world.

People use it to reduce fever and relieve muscle ache, toothache, cold, and headaches. According to a study, aspirin prevents blood clot and lowers the risk of a heart attack, so it is prescribed to people who have cardiovascular diseases.

Aspirin was originally made from willow bark, which was used as a natural analgesic. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which was isolated for the first time in 1897 by Felix Hoffman.

Apart from its medicinal properties, aspirin has other practical uses.

Let’s find out the details.

Removes dandruff

Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which has a moisturizing effect. All you have to do crush 2-3 aspirin pills into a powder. Then, mix the powder with your shampoo. Apply the shampoo and leave it on your scalp to act for several minutes. After that, wash your hair as usual.

Cleanses your skin 

Salicylic acid has beauty properties as well. It exfoliates your skin and reduces swelling, redness, and inflammation. Aspirin is very effective when it comes to reducing the appearance of acne, wrinkles, and treating psoriasis. Crush 5 aspirin pills to make a powder. Then, add the powder to a quarter cup of water. After that, add a teaspoon of honey. Apply this natural solution to the skin area you want to treat. Leave it to act for 10 minutes. Then, wash your skin. Do this treatment every week.You can do it every day if you think it’s necessary.

Removes sweat stains 

You hate it when you see those sweat stains on your shirt or dress. Crush a few aspirin pills to make a powder. Add honey to it. Apply this paste on the stains. Leave it to act for a few minutes. Then, wash your clothes off.

Protects your flowers 

Use aspirin to prevent formation of mold and fungus which make your flowers dry. All you have to do is crush one aspirin in your vase with flowers. This chemical extends the life of your flowers.


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