Stay Young & Healthy with Watermelon Seeds

  • 06 Aug 2018
Stay-Young-Healthy-with-Watermelon-Seeds

Watermelon is devoured because it is a great wellspring of vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6,vitamin C, pantothenic corrosive, copper, biotin, potassium and magnesium.

Upon research, Astro Ulagam found seeds from watermelon offer many advantages as the seeds comprise of supplements like unsaturated fats, basic proteins, magnesium, potassium, manganese, press, zinc, phosphorus and are loaded with thiamine, niacin, folate.

1) Anti-aging

Due to cell reinforcement properties of the seeds, the maturing process will back off and your skin will have a more youthful look.

2) Treats edema

Add a teaspoon of ground watermelon seeds and a teaspoon of honey in some warm water and drink it 2 times daily. It will definitely solve your edema issues.


3) Treats diabetes

Soak modest bunch of watermelon seeds in 1 liter of water for 45 minutes and drink it. Do this two times daily.

4) Protects Hair

The unsaturated fat in the seeds will protect your hair against chemical harms.

5) Treat kidney and urinary tract diseases

Boil 30 crushed seeds with 2 liters of water for 15 minutes. Drink this for two days and skip on the third day. Repeat this for two weeks to treat kidney and urinary tract diseases such as kidney stones.

Resources: healthline.com
Picture credit: stylecraze.com


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