Hair fall is a common hair problem both in men and women.
Ayurvedic therapies are a common option for hair loss among many women because they contain natural ingredients and have been an effective hair fall remedy since ancient times.
- A handful of Neem Leaves
- 2 cups of water
- For 15 minutes, boil the neem leaves in water and then set aside to cool.
- Once the solution is cooled a bit, strain the liquid.
- In a jug, collect the neem infused water and put it aside.
- Wash and condition your hair as a final rinse, and pour the neem filled water into it.
- Do not further rinse your hair.
Alternatively, dried neem powder and water can be made into a paste and left in your hair for 30 minutes before shampooing.
- Neem has been used for the treatment of skin conditions and hair loss for years.
- Regular use of neem on the scalp stimulates the circulation of blood and strengthens the roots, encouraging hair growth in turn.
- Dandruff and lice are also treated with neem.
- The hair roots get impaired when the scalp is affected by dryness, scaliness, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis, and excessive sebum.
- It induces hair loss.
- Neem helps combat these conditions, soothes the scalp, and encourages the healthy growth of hair.
- 3 tbsp Dried Ashwagandha Powder
- 3 tbsp Dried Amla Powder
- 6 tbsp Water
- In a bowl, mix all the ingredients until you get a dense, consistent paste.
- To make it thin, add more water if the paste is too thick.
- Apply the hair mask to your scalp and hair.
- Let it sit for about 30 minutes and then wash off with shampoo.
Ashwagandha can also be consumed orally.
- Ashwagandha is an excellent herb for hair regrowth or the Indian Winter Cherry.
- It is the most widely used Ayurvedic hair-fall medicine.
- The cortisol hormone induces hair loss and slows down the development of hair.
- Ashwagandha, when applied to the scalp, regulates the levels of cortisol and curbs hair loss.
- It also improves the activity of antioxidants and aids the circulation of the scalp.
- It is an excellent dandruff remedy and stimulates melanin development, which is important for hair growth.
- 2 tbsp Dried Brahmi Powder
- 2 tbsp Dried Amla Powder
- 2 tbsp Dried Ashwagandha Powder
- ½ cup Yogurt
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl until you get a smooth, consistent mixture.
- Section your hair and start applying the mask from the roots to the tips of your hair.
- Once all of your hair and scalp is covered, leave the mask on for 1 hour.
- Keep the mixture on for 1 hour until all of your hair is coated.
- Wash it off with shampoo and lukewarm water.
- Another way to use Brahmi is to boil some water, add Brahmi, Tulsi, and neem leaves to it.
- Switch off the heat after boiling for 10 minutes and let the solution sit overnight.
- Strain this water in the morning and, after shampooing, use it as a hair rinse.
Brahmi helps strengthen hair and stimulates the development of hair.
- It provides the roots with nourishment and encourages the development of new follicles.
- Daily use of Brahmi makes the hair lustrous and thick.
- It is also useful for dandruff elimination.
- Brahmi hair packs help reduce the scalp’s itchiness.
- It decreases split ends when implemented regularly.
- The hair follicles are coated with a protective coating that, in turn, makes the hair shiny and thick.