ayurvedic hair care

| Mar 16 |

Eight Amazing Benefits of Shikakai

Shikakai is one of the few hidden gems of Ayurveda. It is a climbing shrub of nearly 5 metres, native to central and south Asia. It contains oblong-shaped brown pods, with bipinnate leaves and pink flowers. This is one of the most popular remedies for hair and skin ailments. For instance, it can control hair […]

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| Mar 05 |

The Wonders of Papaya Leaves

Papayas are one of the juiciest and most refreshing fruits you can find. There are multiple ways to enjoy them – either raw, or in a shake, salad, or dessert. However, the fruit isn’t the only edible part of the papaya plant. Not many people know that both the leaves and fruits are valuable ingredients […]

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| Feb 20 |

Indigo as a Natural Hair Dye

Natural Indigo is one of the few hidden Ayurvedic herbs. The powder particularly carries a deep and rich colour, which is useful to hair dyes. Thus, it is an excellent natural alternative to artificial hair dyes. In addition, it can lend your hair with a dark brown or shiny black colour when you use it […]

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| Feb 18 |

All You Need to Know About Henna

Henna is a famous herb in both India and abroad. It appears in the form of leaf powder, which is an ingredient in medicines. This is because it can fight off numerous infections and diseases. For instance, it can tackle tutors, spasms, and inflammation. Similarly, it can fight stomach ulcers, bed sores, and inflammatory bowel […]

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| Feb 16 |

An Introduction to Fuller’s Earth

Do you frequently face blocked pores or breakouts? Have the regular remedies not worked? And overall, is your skin getting too much too handle? Look no further – Fuller’s earth can naturally repair and rebuild your skin. Introduction Fuller’s earth is a clay-like substance. It contains a drying nature and can pull out oil or […]

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| Jan 12 |

An Introduction to the Kapoor Kachari Herb

Our mother earth contains a range of valuable herbs. The Kapoor Kachri is one of them, and also goes by names of Hedychium Spicatum (latin) or Gandh Amalika (sanskrit). This contains antioxidant and purifying properties which soothe all systems. Most importantly, it helps with hair growth by stimulating growth, thickness, and leaving behind a pleasant fragrance. Overall, […]

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| Dec 29 |

The Boons of the Indian ‘Soap Nut’ or Aritha

The soap nut is an ancient Indian herb which goes by the name ‘Aritha’ or ‘Reetha’ in Ayurveda. You can make this using the powder of dry Reetha fruits. This is a deciduous plant fruit and grows in rain intensive areas (around 150-200 cms of rainfall each year). Thus, it requires clay soil for cultivation. […]

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| Dec 29 |

Four Hidden Benefits of Glycerol

Glycerol or glycerine is a form of sugar alcohol of animal products, plants, or petroleum. For instance, you may use soybean, coconut, or palm oils among available plant products. It is a non-toxic, odourless, and colourless liquid. You may think it sounds synthetic, but it isn’t! In fact, it is present in all natural lipids […]

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