Watermelon is good for hydrating our body. In summer, heatstroke is common, due to that doctors advise we drink a lot of water to help prevent heatstroke. In fact, not drinking enough water can lead to dehydration, which can cause fatigue, headaches, skin problems, muscle cramps, low blood pressure and a rapid heart rate. Watermelon is around 95% water which helps prevent dehydration. It’s also considered as sweet and refreshing. It’s low in calorie and has all the essential nutrients including vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It’s among the member of the Cucurbitaceae family. It’s a flowering plant that originated in West Africa.
Life, as we say, is precious but if proper care is not taken and ingredient needed by the body is not provided you might end up losing your life. A lot of people are calling to ask about the natural remedy of some illness. From the creation of things, plants have been useful to mankind. In the ancient era, most of the people solemnly depend on plants as an important source of treatment both for chronic and acute diseases. For instance, one woman called explaining bitterly that she was having irregular menstruation. She has been to hospital but yet no good result. We gave her this same advice.
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This is an unforgettable moment in our history. COVID-19 pandemic have had an impact on our businesses we depend on for daily survivor, the health sector of our love ones. The way we live has changed. It amazes me how a lot of people think that health workers been Doctor or nurses are superhuman. The fact is that they really like their job which is to serve humanity. In the past heroes were the people that fought at the war frontline. Recently, the cup has a turn, our frontline heroes are our health workers. why? This is because our health workers didn’t fight with guns, or muscles or bow and arrow but they fought with commitment. Health workers are the heroes at the heart of humanitarian action. When COVID-19 pandemic broke out, a lot of people were afraid to even go out. Some of them closed their companies, shops and business but these doctors and nurses were out there sacrificing their lives to save people.