Kamias

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Significance of the Studying Camias
Health is one of the main concerns of the country nowadays. Food poisoning and disease caused by these pathogenic bacteria are common.
Due to the fact that bacteria can be found anywhere, and since commercialized antibacterial agents are synthetic, costly and can post health hazards. Making an effective and cheap antibacterial agents
Can be utilized which derive from environment friendly materials and can easily found in the community.
The potential of Averrhoa Bilimbi also known as Kamias for it’s fruit as a solution that can be easily be found in the community.
The focus of making these dishwashing liquid is on the effectiveness of this plant as an effective antibacterial agent.

Uses
Kamias juice, because of its oxalic acid content, is useful for bleaching stains from the hands and rust from white cloth, and also tarnish from brass.

Some of the toxins that can be found in non-organic dishwashing liquid include, synthetic fragrances, formaldehyde, silicones, acrylates, preservative and

Biodegradable detergent soap uses all-natural products that are mild to the skin and clothes and, in addition, are eco-friendly. In contrast, commercial detergent powder contains chemicals such as optical brighteners, dyes, and artificial fragrances that can sometimes irritate the skin.

Fruit: Very acid bilimbis are employed to clean the blade of a kris (dagger), and they serve as mordants in the preparation of an orange dye for silk fabrics. Bilimbi juice, because of its oxalic acid content, is useful for bleaching stains from the hands and rust from white cloth, and also tarnish from brass. t's important to buy organic dishwashing liquid because your skin is a way in. Our skin is porous, semi-permeable, open to whatever we present to it. The skin is body cleanser too because your body can expel toxins by sweating them out. However, this is greatly hindered by the toxins that greatly overwhelm us on a daily basis.

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