From hair fall to stomach ache, the desi paan can solve it all! 5 awesome uses of betel leaf!

The humble paan has been a part of most Indian cultures. From being used during religious ceremonies to adorning the walls of public spaces in the form of stains, this leaf is much more than a mouth freshener. But did you know this delightful leaf has the power to stop hair fall?

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Betel leaves are rich in vitamin C which makes them useful for various beauty treatments. Not only are they good for your hair, these leaves can even cure stomach ache due to indigestion.

To stop hair fall, grind fresh betel leaves with coconut oil or sesame oil. Apply it generously to your hair and scalp and wash it off after a couple of hours.

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Boil fresh betel leaves in water and use it to take bath to get relief from itchy skin or rashes! It has magical anti-inflammatory properties

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Add betel leaf oil or juice to your bath water to smell fresh and combat bad odour

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Make a paste of the leaves with turmeric and use it as an anti-acne face pack. The anti-bacterial properties of betel leaf and turmeric work exceptionally well!

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 Chew betel leaf or drink the juice after a heavy meal to curb indigestion

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