15 uses of Rosewater

Rosewater is flavored water made by crushing rose petals in water. After crushing, the mixture is filtered to remove crushed rose petals, and the filtrate is left behind—the filtrate (rose…

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15 Uses of Rosemary

Rosemary, also called Rosmarinus officials, is usually an evergreen needle-like shrub and contains a woody aroma. It is known worldwide for its many benefits and usually has oil that can…

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19 uses of oil

Oil is any nonpolar chemical substance that is immiscible with water, and its state depends on the surrounding temperature. However, it is miscible with other oils hence referred to as…

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Uses of Glycerin

Glycerin, also known as glycerol, is a poly compound. It is colorless, odorless, non-toxic, and has a sweet taste. Besides, it is also found in lipids and is usually obtained…

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18 uses of Ammonia

Ammonia (NH3) is a pungent gas that occurs naturally in the environment and is composed of nitrogen and hydrogen atoms. It is part of the nitrogen cycle and also produced…

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15 uses of titanium

Titanium is a silver metal that, it's strong, resistant to corrosion, and it is inert. They do not occur in macroscale quantities but the miniature amount in given rocks. They…

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15 uses of folic acid

Folic acid is synthetic vitamin folate; people do call it a pregnancy hero (vitamin B9) as it is used to synthesize blood cells (red blood cells) and also maintain cell…

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15 uses of sodium

Sodium is a metal of the alkaline family and belongs to group 1 in the periodic table. In the world, it's classified as the sixth most abundant element, and it's…

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15 uses of lead

We all know an element with an atomic number of 82 on our periodic table; it's more than that humans used this; metal over a long period. (7000BC). It has…

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