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5 Ayurvedic treatments for hair growth explained
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Ayurvedic treatments for hair growth explained
The five most popular Ayurvedic treatments for hair growth are as follows:
This is a plant with fantastic rejuvenating properties. It can be used in the form of oils, shampoos and creams, or taken orally as a supplement. Bhringaraaja reportedly reverses premature greying and lifts your mood as it is an excellent stress remedy that can safely replace sleeping pills.
Ayurvedic Brahmi massage oil is thought to help you grow hair while relaxing in the comfort of your own home – simply apply the oil on wet hair and massage the scalp once or twice a week. It leaves your hair very soft and boosts growth in the long term. It can be ordered online or purchased from Indian grocery stores.
Apart from its reported hair growth benefits, Amla also prevents dandruff and flaking. Massaging your scalp with Amla oil stimulates blood circulation (which feeds the hair follicles) and provides additional nutrients for long, soft and shiny locks. Amla oil is used to prevent split ends and reverse premature greying.
Neem is frequently used to treat lice. It is also thought to help purify blood and provide essential nutrients for your hair and scalp. Mix the powder with coconut oil and massage the scalp once or twice a week. It can be found in Indian grocery stores and online.
This is one of the most well-known Ayurvedic herbs with widely boasted beneficial effects on skin, hair and nails. Stress and a weakened immune system are causes of hair loss: Ashwagandha is thought to strengthens the immune system, nourishes the hair follicle and prevents stress, making you look and feel healthier every day.
Conclusion and advice
The benefits of these herbs aren’t limited to hair growth – they also have antiviral and antimicrobial properties and strengthen your immune system. More scientific evidence is needed to draw a definite conclusion regarding their effectiveness, so remember that while it is usually safe to try Ayurvedic treatments (unless you have an allergy to any of these herbs), results may be different for everyone.
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