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Buttermilk can be an excellent natural cleanser for skin. Mix two spoonfuls of buttermilk with a spoonful of rose water and almond oil each. Using a cotton pad, gently rub your face with the mixture to clean dirt and grime. You can also make a hair mask out of buttermilk by blending together banana and a cup of buttermilk. Apply and keep it on for half an hour to make your hair soft. A buttermilk hair mask is best for those with frizzy hair.
A study published in the Journal of Nutrition suggests that buttermilk can help in blood pressure management. Buttermilk lowers blood pressure with the help of a protein in it.
Buttermilk is loaded with vitamin B complex along with proteins and potassium. Vitamin B is a crucial nutrient as it converts food to energy besides helping in the secretion of hormones, thereby aiding digestion.
Meeting daily calcium requirements becomes difficult for those who are lactose intolerant. Microbes in buttermilk turn lactose in milk into lactic acid, which makes it a safe dairy product. However, individuals with a severe intolerance might have trouble with buttermilk.
Buttermilk can treat sunburn and soothe your skin. Blend together half a cup of buttermilk with half a tomato and a few mint leaves. Apply the paste on to the affected skin to promote healing process.
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