5 Natural Herbs to Get Rid of Hair Fall
Pollution, chemical-based products, poor quality of water and lack of personal care are some of the contributing factors that lead to hair problems. But there are some herbs that can help cleanse the system from inside and promote healthy hair and sc
Ayurveda for Hair Growth
Hair fall and poor hair health are some of the most common problems faced by millions of people around the world. Pollution, chemical-based products, poor quality of water and lack of personal care are some of the contributing factors that lead to hair problems. But there are some ayurvedic herbs that can help cleanse the system from inside and promote healthy hair and scalp. These herbs have been a part of Ayurveda for centuries and can do wonders for your hair.
Bhringraj can help with certain hair problems and treat scalp problems. It promotes hair growth and reverses the effects of bacteria that lead to baldness. It facilitates the growth of new hair as it soothes the scalp and nourishes the hair follicles. Take some leaves, dry them and heat it with some oil. Apply it directly on the scalp and rinse after 30 minutes.
You might know this herb by the name of ‘methi’. Fenugreek is packed with proteins, vitamin C, potassium and nicotinic acid, all of which help promote hair growth, prevent greys and encourages hair growth and energizes hair follicles. Soak some fenugreek seeds overnight and mix with lemon water. Apply on the hair like a mask and wash it off after it dried up.
Amla (Indian Gooseberry)
Eating amla a day can keep all hair goes away. It cures hair fall problems and purifies the blood. It improves scalp health by fighting dandruff and scalp aggravation. Take a 5-6 tablespoon of amla in a bowl and mix it with water to make a thick paste. Apply the paste on your scalp and let it sit for 30 minutes and wash it off with a shampoo for your choose. Do this thrice a week for best results.
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Ashwagandha is a wonderful herb that will help you combat hair fall. It controls cortisol levels and fights hair loss. Cortisol is a hormone that causes hair loss and slows down hair growth. Applying it to the scalp can help scalp circulation and promotes hair growth. Mix some ashwagandha and amla powder in a bowl using water. Make a paste and apply the mixture on your scalp and hair. Wash it off after 30 minutes. Do this thrice a week for best results.
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