Summary Witch hazel is often used to reduce the itching, redness, pain, bleeding and swelling associated with hemorrhoids. More studies are needed to evaluate its effectiveness.
Thanks to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties, some research suggests that witch hazel could be useful in the treatment of acne. It can be applied directly to your face after cleansing or steaming for maximum effectiveness.
It acts as an astringent, causing your tissues to contract to help shrink pores, while also soothing your skin and relieving inflammation 5.
This may prevent acne-causing bacteria from infecting your skin. For this reason, witch hazel is commonly added to many over-the-counter acne products and is especially useful for individuals with oily skin. Still, studies on the effects of witch hazel on acne are limited and further research is needed to determine its efficacy. Summary Witch hazel acts as an astringent to help shrink your pores, soothe your skin and reduce inflammation.
More research is needed to determine the effects of witch hazel itself on acne. Alleviates Scalp Sensitivity Scalp sensitivity can be caused by a number of factors, ranging from cosmetic hair treatments to dermatological conditions, such as psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis.
Applying a bit of witch hazel to your scalp before washing your hair may help treat scalp sensitivity and provide relief from symptoms, such as itching and tenderness.
According to one study in 1, people, using a shampoo containing witch hazel extract was effective in reducing scalp irritation Witch hazel may also help relieve inflammation, which could be useful in reducing scalp sensitivity caused by conditions like psoriasis or eczema. However, additional research is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of witch hazel in the treatment of these conditions. Summary Witch hazel may help reduce scalp irritation and inflammation.
Soothes Sore Throat Because of its ability to decrease inflammation and act as an astringent, witch hazel is sometimes used to treat sore throats. Boiling one teaspoon 5 ml of witch hazel in one cup ml of water for about 10 minutes, then gargling with the mixture, may provide relief. Exteriors were shot at the Columbia Ranch in Burbank. This movie ranch facade used as the Baxters’ house had previously been seen in several Three Stooges films, and was used as the home for the Lawrences on the sitcom Gidget.
From the driveway, the house next door to the right, is recognizable as that of Darrin and Samantha Stephens from Bewitched. The episode “What’ll We Watch Tonight,” in which Hazel purchases a color TV, is the only first season episode shot in color and appears to promote color television sets.
NBC, which aired the series, was owned by RCA , the largest seller of color television sets, during the period when most viewers still had black-and-white TVs. Two months after the announcement, the show’s producers announced that a black production executive had joined the show. There were different arrangements of the theme song as the series progressed, including a later version by Howard Greenfield and Helen Miller.
As a result, Ford vehicles, including the Mustang when it was introduced in , were often prominently featured on the series, even as a part of the storyline an example of product placement. During season four, Bristol-Myers co-sponsored Hazel. Reception[ edit ] The show’s first season placed fourth in the Nielsen’s ratings. Shirley Booth received two Emmy Awards and for Hazel, and garnered a nomination for her third season By the time NBC canceled the series in the spring of , Hazel had fallen out of the top 30 programs.
CBS picked it up for the season, and made a number of cast changes. Child actress Julia Benjamin was added to the cast as Susie Baxter. In the spring of , Hazel ended its primetime network run. In , according to Playbill ,  actress and cabaret performer Klea Blackhurst was cast in a New York City reading of Hazel, a musical based on Ted Key’s cartoon character as well as the TV sitcom. The musical, which had first been announced to be in development for Broadway in , was written by composer Ron Abel and lyricist Chuck Steffan, with a book by Lissa Levin.
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