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Emblica officinalis, Amla powder, is tan, with an acidic astringent smell like a combination of raw cranberries and oak tree bark. The paste(Amla mixed with water) makes hair glossy and silky, enhances waves and curl, and leaves a clean, healthy scalp. When you scrub your face with the paste, your skin feels firm and tight. Amla is also used in food and pickles ans is a rich source for Vitamin C
Many Ayurveda & herbal expert have recommended this product for healthy hair, in fact most Ayurveda herbal hair oil uses Amla as main ingredient for hair loss and to promote hair growth. Amla Powder will make your hairs dark and healthy hair naturally if used continuously for months will promotes hair growth controls hair fall cures scalp infection and controls premature graying of hair.
Cassia Obovata is also known as Neutral Henna mainly because unlike henna which gives color to the hair,
Bhringraj is ancient Ayurveda herb used for
In Ayurveda ashwaganda is considered a rasayana herb, an herb that works on a nonspecific basis to increase health and longevity. This herb is also considered an adaptogen which is a nontoxic herb that works on a nonspecific basis to normalize physiological function, working on the HPA axis and the neuroendocrine system. The roots and berries of the plant are used in herbal medicine. In Ayurveda, the fresh roots are sometimes boiled in milk, prior to drying, in order to leach out undesirable constituents.
Ashwagandha prescribed as a treatment for cerebral disorders in the elderly, including memory loss.
It has also been used for 1000s of years to treat inflammation, fevers, and to protect against infection or illness. It has also been used to boost the immune system, improve memory, and to promote overall wellness.
Acacia Concinna has been used for hair care in India for centuries. The plant parts used for the dry powdered or the extract are the bark, leaves or pods. The bark contains high levels of saponins which are foaming agents that are found in several other plant species. Saponin - containing plants have a long history of use as mild cleaning agents.
The fruit pods, leaves and bark of Acacia Concinna are dried, powdered and made into a paste at home. While this paste does not produce the normal amount of lather that a regular shampoo would, it is a good cleanser. It has a natural low pH, is extremely mild, and doesn't strip hair of natural oils. Usually no rinse or conditioner is used since shikakai also acts as a detangler. It is also used to combat dandruff
Pure Tulsi Leaf Powder Basil Leaf (Ocimum sanctum) Also known as known as holy basil and Tulasi, this herb is used in Ayurveda as a heart tonic and to purify and invigorate the body and mind.
Tulasi has also been used for thousands of years as a prime herb in Ayurvedic treatment, for its diverse healing properties. It is mentioned by Charaka in the Charaka Samhita, the central teaching of Ayurvedic medicine, and in the Rigveda. Tulasi is considered to be an adaptogen, balancing different processes in the body, and helpful for adapting to stress. Marked by its strong aroma and astringent taste, it is regarded as a kind of "elixir of life" and believed to promote longevity.