Here’s how you can start using Coconut oil for your skin even during COVID-19 Lockdown

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Coconut oil has some amazing  healing properties on your skin, and nothing should prevent you from using coconut oil during this COVID-19 lockdown. Needless to say, coconut oil is a natural skin moisturiser. The best treatment for dry skin is coconut oil as it will give your skin a natural glow, besides keeping it completely healthy and safe. Anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties: Coconut oil has excellent anti-microbial properties that can kill bacteria in the skin, and fight against infection and inflammation. Coconut oil offers natural cure for acne or pimples. It also has natural anti-fungal properties. Here’s how you use can coconut oil for your skin even during COVID-19 lockdown: Under your eyes: Coconut oil can eliminate wrinkles and fine lines under your skin. It can be dabbed under the…
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How Coconut Fiber is different from Coconut Peat?

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Tidal Impex helps reduce waste by supplying leftover natural materials including coconut and peat to buyers. These non-food products are extracted from high-quality coconuts. At Tidal Impex, we feel a deep satisfaction inside whenever we supply healthy eco-friendly food and non-food products to our customers. The blog this week will focus on the differences between coconut fiber and coconut peat. Differences between coconut fiber and coconut peat: Coconut fiber: Coconut fiber is obtained from the husk of the coconut which is usually composed of bristle fibre, coir dust, mattress fibre and waste. It is the fibrous material extracted from between the internal shell and outer coat of a coconut. Previously, farmers used to burn the coconut husks after taking the meat out of them. These waste materials are also supplied…
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Farm to market: Indian farmers struggle to face losses amidst Coronavirus Lockdown

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The Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 has crippled virtually every industrial sector and its spiralling effect has had a heavy toll on people, policies and processes all over the world with lockdown after lockdowns. Indian farmers have struggled to make amends amidst Coronavirus lockdown. The nationwide lockdown owing to coronavirus pandemic has lead to transportation barriers, acute labour shortages and impediments to new market entry and market access, stripping the hopes of thousands of farmers in the country. Though the Indian government has stepped in to loosen up some of the restrictions for the farming sector, the community is still struggle to make meets end. Most farmers were able to harvest only limited produce due to sharp labour shortages. In spite of the abundant crops, most farmers weren’t just able to…
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