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Gomaya rasa, Gomutra, Neem, Mehndi, Trifala, Shikakai, Sativa, Manjishths, Karpoor Kachari, Nagarmotha, Daru haldi. Added chemicals for fragrance and lather formation.
This herb is known for its dandruff-fighting properties. So if you've found a few stray flakes of dead skin on your scalp or your shoulders, washing your hair with shikakai should help mend the problem. Shikakai has a very mild pH balance so doesn't strip your hair of its natural oils. You also don't need to use a conditioner with it because it de-tangles as well.
Henna is the common name for this herb, but it is actually called Lawsonia Inermis. Henna enriches the color of your hair and smooths down the hair shaft to make it stronger, shinier and more manageable. But don't use it if you have artificially colored hair as henna can tinge your hair an unsightly green color when mixed with artificial dye.
Triphala moisturizes brittle, weak hair caused by the imbalance of Vata Dosha.
Amlaki (amla or Indian gooseberry), haritaki (chebulic myrobalan), and bibhitaki (belleric myrobalan) are the three plant compounds that go into the triphala mixture. Each of these compounds has a specific role, with bibhitaki the ingredient said to promote good health of the skin and hair. Ayurvedic literature promotes triphala as contributing to longevity by helping the digestive system. There have been no clinical studies done on triphala's effect on hair condition or new-hair growth, however a study done at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute found that triphala inhibits cancer-cell growth in laboratory mice. The Bhabha Research Centre in India found similar results.
Triphala powder is often recommended for cleaning oily hair, which should be washed and shampooed frequently. Triphala is preferred over ordinary store-bought commercial shampoos, many of which have harsh detergents that help lathering but that can also damage hair.
It acts as an antioxidant agent preventing any free radical formation in the body. This property of triphala helps it to prevent early aging signs like wrinkles and premature graying of hairs.
Manjistha also pronounced Manjishtha is a pure herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as a blood purifier. It helps to remove toxins from the blood and bolster the body's immune system. It is especially useful when detoxification of the liver and other organs is undertaken as it removes the toxins that are released and helps reduce toxic reactions.
Cyperus scariosus, also known in English as cypriol and in Hindi as Nagarmotha, is a plant of the Cyperaceae family, that grows wild in the Madhya Pradesh region of India.
Daruhaldi roots, also known as Indian Barberry, is said to exhibit strong anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. Decoctions of the root bark of Indian Barberry were used in folk medicine to treat inflammations, sores, abrasions, wounds, ulcerations of the skin, hemorrhoids, acne, and other skin problems/disorders. Daruhaldi powder was often made into a paste with water and honey to treat blemishes and pimples and also added to to facials, masks, and herbal hair rinses.
- Net Weight 100 & 500 ml
- Color Dark brown
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