Health Benefits Of Mangoes Part 2

[1] Benefits of Mango for Skin

1. Treatment Of Acne

Vitamin A and vitamin C in mangoes are strong antioxidants that help in curing acne and pimples.

[A] Vitamin A is best for your skin, and its deficiency can lead to open pores, dull skin, eruptions on the arms and elbows.

[B] Vitamin C is included in collagen formation and keeps the skin firm. If you have acne prone skin, you can make a raw mango astringent by boiling unpeeled raw mangoes in water. After cooling, apply the solution on skin for soothing effect. Drinking mango juice also prevents the outbreak of acne.

2. Lightens Complexion

Vitamin A and beta-carotene in mangoes restore your skin, thus providing you with a glowing complexion. You can make a face cleanser by mixing mango pulp, honey and flour. Apply it on your face for about 20 minutes and wash off by scrubbing gently.

3. Anti-ageing

Mango contains rich source of antioxidants, which can delay the onset of skin ageing and pigmentation. Those antioxidants fight free radicals, thus preventing skin cancer and signs of ageing like wrinkles and fine lines.

4. Mango for Dry Skin

Both consumption and application of mango act as a natural moisturiser that can nourish and smoothen your dry skin. You can prepare the face pack by mixing mango pulp with six spoons of yoghurt. Apply it on a face and wash off after 15 minutes to get smooth and radiant skin.

5. Mango for Oily Skin

If you have oily skin, then apply mash mango pulp on it, allow it to stay for 15 minutes and wash off with cold water.

[2] Benefits of Mango for Hair

The benefits of mangoes are not limited to skin alone. These fruits contain many nutrients, which help promote healthy hair.

Some of its benefits in hair care are as follows:

1. Promotes Hair Growth

Mangoes contain vitamin E, which improves the blood circulation of scalp and enhances oxygen uptake of the hair follicles. 

 

2. Treatment Of Hair Loss And Grey Hair

Mango seed kernel has great moisturising properties, and mango seed oil is a great source of fatty acids, minerals and vitamins which are all vital for hair health.

[3] Mango for Kids

The rich fruit can be combined with other ingredients to make it more palatable for fussy kids and to boost its nutrient quotient.

1. Mango Kebabs

Mango cubes can be put on a toothpick along with the other fruits and eaten with yoghurt dip.

 

2. Mango Ice Pops

Fresh mango can be pureed in a blender and poured into ice cube trays. A popsicle stick or a toothpick can be placed, and the mixture can be frozen to get mango ice pops.

3. Mango Smoothie

A mango smoothie can be prepared by blending mango pieces with the Greek yoghurt in a blender. You can also add other fruits like pineapples, peaches, strawberries and bananas if you want.

Healthy Tips of Mangoes

1. Dandruff

Mix Black himaj and mango seeds powder with curd and then apply it on a scalp.Wash with herbal shampoo after half an hour.

 

2. Sleen Disease

Take 100 Gm Ripe Mango juice with 20GM honey for 3 weeks.

3. Worms

Take 10Gm mango seeds powder with warm water at night.

4. Nose Bleeding

Make the juice of mango seeds and put it in both nostrils.

5. Mouth Ulcer

Mix honey and mango leaf powder and apply. Or Make Decoction of mango leaf powder and Gargle.

6. Piles

Take 50Gm ripe mango juice and 25Gm Curd and 1tablespoon Ginger juice. This helps in old piles.

7. Insomnia

Eat 1 Ripe mango and drink 1 cup milk. You will get sound sleep.

8. Dyspepsia

Eat DIP of unripe mango. Eat a ripe mango for Constipation.