Strictly protected tree species Red List This species has a threatened status and is listed in the Red Data Book of the Maltese Islands Poison: Yes - Whole plant especially the seeds contains very toxic substances. The leaves are stalked and grows in an alternating fashion along the stems. They are formed in sets of 3 leaflets trifoliate each having a simple pinnate venation. The leaflets are nearly identical, with the central one being slightly larger. They large leaflets are often about 35mm long and 12mm wide.
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Asafoetida helps in alleviating the menstrual pain and cramps in the lower abdomen and back 5. Reduces Headaches Asafoetida has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce inflammation of the blood vessels in the head, which in turn reduces headaches.
All you need to do is to heat a pinch of asafoetida in some water. Drink this solution a couple of times in a day to see effective results. All you need to do is to mix garlic and hing paste and apply on the affected area. Asafoetida acts as a natural antidote for insect bites and stings Beauty Benefits 1.
Whereas, its anti-bacterial properties inhibit the growth of pimples and rashes. All you need to do is to add multani mitti and rose water along with a dash of hing in a bowl. Mix the ingredients and apply it on the affected area. Mix asafoetida with water or rose water to form a paste; you can add some sandalwood powder too.
Apply this on your face regularly to get effective results. Asafoetida helps increase the supply of oxygen to facial tissues that gives your skin a radiant glow 3. Acts As A Good Hair Conditioner Asafoetida can do wonders for dry and frizzy hair; thanks to its moisturising properties. Make a hair mask using yogurt , almond oil and hing and apply on your hair. Leave it for an hour before washing it off with lukewarm water. Asafoetida can do wonders for dry and frizzy hair Go on and add asafoetida or hing in your daily diet and ensure a healthy you!
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