Taking care of your complexion is more than just about staying out of the sun and eating well. You need to make sure that you have enough antioxidants in your diet too.
Here are some herbal remedies that you may find useful. Each one comes with a brief description - click on 'More..' for more information about the medical uses, other uses and dosage.
Aloe Vera’s soothing and antioxidant effects are not isolated to herbal remedies.
Countless skin creams, hair conditioners and shampoos have flooded the market since its properties became known.
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The Ginkgo tree holds a special place in Chinese culture, and especially in Confucianism and Buddhism. Its presence today, after upwards of 150
million years on earth, owes much to careful nurturing of the tree by Buddhist monks. Ginkgo is used primarily as an
aid for memory and mental clarity, but is also an effective antioxidant.
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Gotu Kola is a staple of Indian Ayurvedic medicine, where it taken as a tea during meditation practices to increase
psychic sensitivity and achieve a higher state of spiritual being. It is also a tremendous natural source of vitamins and minerals,
as well as having antioxidant properties.
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Traditionally, green tea has been used to treat everything from headaches to depression. It is undoubtedly effective as
an antioxidant too - drinking green tea every day can improve your health and complexion.
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