Saluyot Hand Soap

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INTRODUCTION A. Background of the Study The Effects of Saluyot or Jute (Corchorus olitorius) leaves as a Liquid Hand Soap Saluyot (Corchorus olitorius) is an edible leafy vegetable that is a member of the genus Corchorus, classified under the subfamily Grewioideae of the family Malvaceae. Saluyot is widely found in tropical and subtropical areas from Asia to Africa valued as food and for its strong fiber. Saluyot has long been used as food staple since ancient times by Jewish people and Egyptians hence derived its English names Jew’s mallow and Egyptian spinach. Saluyot leaves are very nutritious, it is rich in calcium, iron, protein, vitamin A, C and E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and dietary fibers. Saluyot is usually cooked as stew, forming a thick slimy syrup similar in consistency to okra usually taken with rice or other starchy staple. Saluyot can almost grow anywhere in the Philippines. Saluyot is a hardy plant that is resistant to pests and requires little care. It can be found in the wild as it can also be grown in a farm. Saluyot plants are tall, reaching 2-4 meters in height, having only a few side branches. Saluyot leaves are alternate, simple, lanceolate, about 5-15 cm in length tapering to a pointed tip and has finely serrated margin. Saluyot flowers are yellow about 2-3 cm wide with five petals. The fruit is capsule like with plenty of small seeds inside. Skin is the largest organ in the human’s body and it is the organ that comes into contact with the rest of the world. It holds body fluids in preventing dehydration and keeps harmful microbes out. Without it, we would get infections. It helps us to feel things like heat, cold and pain. Since our skin plays such an important role in protecting our body, we should keep it as healthy as we can. B. Statement of the Problem This study aims to determine the proper hair fall

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