• Apple cider vinegar and age spots: The alpha hydroxy acids in apple cider vinegar will remove the dead skin cells and reduce the age spots. Wash your face every day with this vinegar and apply some directly on the age spots with a cotton ball. Keep it on for half an hour and then wash your face. Do this two times a day for 6 weeks. • Apple cider vinegar and blemishes, pimples and acne: The malic acid forms during the making of the vinegar.
Detoxification. Potato juice helps flush out poisons from the body. Thusly, it averts various medical issues like precise cheilitis. Rakish cheilitis is typically caused by microscopic organisms or parasitic disease, which won't happen in any case if the body's safe resistance is solid. Poison over-burden can disintegrate your safe protection so by drinking potato juice for detoxification, you can assist fortify your insusceptible framework to ward off mouth corner splits.
As it was done in the Experiment A, 20 drops of 0.2 M acetic acid and 10 drops of 2% starch solution was mixed well with the juice solution. Before adding the iodine solution, the initial reading of the burette was taken. Then, the titration was started using the iodine solution into the burette with continuous swirling of the flask slowly and carefully. Once the color change started to appear, titration was stopped and final burette reading was recorded. Finally, the amount of vitamin C in the mandarin orange was calculated by using the standardization factor and used iodine solution.
Vitargo, and why sellers of WMS have taken advantage of that fact. Vitargo can be derived from WMS, so they are essentially the same thing right? Wrong. Vitargo can be derived from WMS, potatoes, rice, wheat, and other sources, so even if WMS is used as the starting source, it’s a very different starch as the finished product. If one reads the patent on Vitargo***** there is a very interesting statement made which is on testing, “it will be found there have occurred novel types of bonds which do not occur traditionally in native starch.” What that means is, it’s a starch not normally found in nature and is structurally and functionally different than the starch source it was derived from.
Orange and lemon peel powder. Mix dried orange and lemon peels powder with rose water and apply the paste on the black spot on skin. The citric acid in it will work its magic on your skin. Cucumber and squeeze: Grate a cucumber and squeeze out its juice and add it to curd for natural bleach. These ingredients will not make your spots miraculously disappear in a day.
Optimization of cultural parameters for the production of antimicrobial compound from Lactobacillus fermentum (MTCC No. 1745) Sri Santhi Lanka1 and VSSL Prasad Talluri2 1. Department of Biotechnology, GITAM Institute of Science, GITAM University Visakhapatnam-530045,India. 2. Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, College of Natural and Computational Science, University of Gondar, Gondar, Ethiopia *Corresponding author: Sri Santhi Lanka, E.mail firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract: To improve the productivity of antibacterial compounds of Lactobacillus fermentum by optimizing its nutrient and physical factors and screened for its antimicrobial activity by agar well diffusion method.
CHAPTER FOUR MATERIAL AND METHOD Preparation of plant material Collections of plant: The whole plant of Nardostachys jatamansi was collected in the month of November- December from Dehradun, Uttarakhand Washing: The collected plants were washed in tap water so that the dust can be removed and after this the flowers, leaves and stem were soaked in 1% saline water for 5min. to remove microbes. Drying: Shade dry is recommended for the drying process for protection the rich vitamins and other photosensitive constituents. The plant material was spread on the sterile clean green net in a well ventilated room. Grinding: Dried plant material was crushed in small pieces and then grinded by electric grinding machine for coarse powder and the powdered
Abstract: Extract from the leaves of Artemisia nilagirica are investigated for phyto chemical and anti oxidant activity. Extracts from leaves of are Artemesia nilagirica investigated for phytochemical constituent and anti oxidant activity. Leaf Extract with ethyl Alcohol revealed the presence of tannins, flavonoids, alkaloids, terpenoides, saponlns, cardiac- glycosides, in the Machipatri. In view of the presence of antioxidant properties of the plant, it is aimed to understand whether the plant can be use of in fighting the malignancy and other cancer causing agents. Introduction: Artemisia Nilagirica is popularly known as ‘Makkipu’ and ‘Masipattiri’ in Tamil.
Source of culture strain The strain of Lyophyllum shimeji Chinese strain will be obtained from the culture collection Center for Tropical Mushroom Research and Development (CTMRD), Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija. Preparation of Culture Media Eight grams of powdered potato dextrose agar (PDA) will be accurately weighed and boiled in 200 mL of distilled water with constant stirring until dissolved and become homogenous. The solution will be dispensed in a clean flat bottle. The bottle will be plugged with cotton and covered with clean paper and sterilized using an autoclave at 121°C or 15 pounds per inch (psi) for 20 minutes. Approximately,
The leaves mixed with oil can cure pain, also applied as a remedy for certain bacterial diseases and the juices of the young leaves are employed in the preparation of an ointment for scabies, leprosy, and other cutaneous diseases. Its fruit is edible, tasting slightly acidic, it is green at first, then yellow and finally red when ripe, it contains a single seed (Simon, 2014). The Terminalia catappa L. is also known to have anti-microbial capability and can kill different bacteria causing skin diseases (Nair, 2008). In line with this, the researchers used Chlamydophila pneumoniae as the bacteria to be inhibited by the ethanoic extract of the ripe and unripe Terminalia catappa L. Chlamydophila pneumoniae is one of the species of Chlamydophila, an intracellular bacterium that infects humans and is a major cause of pneumonia (Oba, 2015).