Ayurvedic Herbs

According to Ayurveda, the hair is a direct by-product of your bone tissue (marrow) and it is also linked to the central nervous system and gut. This means any weakness in the bone tissue, nervous system and digestive system will naturally result in hair loss or diminishing hair growth.

Ayurveda provides you with plenty of options for hair care and longer hair growth. Apart from holistic remedies and practices of incredible wisdom, the most important aspect of Ayurveda is finding solutions.

Pure Organic Ayurvedic Herbs provides you with a customized Hair care regimen that best aligns with your condition based on your lifestyle and type of hair.

Ayurveda Herbs help you be in tune with your hair

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Pure Organic Ayurvedic Herbs
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Aloe Vera

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Ajwain

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Amla

Amla is a natural plant also known as Emblica Officinalis. The dried, powdered fruit has tannins, vitamin C, and... Read More
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Ashwagandha

For over 8,000 years, Ayurvedic practitioners in India have harnessed the healing properties of one powerful root to soothe... Read More
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Bibhtaki

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Cassia

Cassia (also known as neutral henna or senna) is a natural Ayurvedic herb. Cassia strengthens hair roots stimulating hair growth and thickens hair leaving it strong... Read More
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Fenugreek

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Haritaki

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Hibiscus

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Indigo

What Are The Benefits of Indigo Powder For Hair? It treats and prevents premature greying. It can lead to new hair growth and treat... Read More
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Neem

Anecdotal reports suggest that neem can: condition your scalp. promote healthy hair growth. temporarily seal hair follicles. soothe frizz. minimize grays. reduce dandruff. treat head... Read More
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Shankhpushpi

Premature greying and hair growth Shankhpushpi prevents premature greying, controls hair fall and promotes hair growth due to its... Read More
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Sidr Ziziphus

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Ayurveda Diploma

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Pure Organic Ayurvedic Herbs

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Pure Organic Amla Powder

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COMMON NAME: Amla

OTHER NAME: Amalaki, Indian gooseberry

BOTANICAL NAME: Phyllantus emblica L.

PLANT FAMILY: Euphorbiaceae

SINONYMS: Emblica officinalis Gaertn.

PART USED: In traditional Indian medicine the dried or fresh fruit is used, although in some schools of Ayurvedic medicine parts of the entire tree are included in preparations, including the fruit, seed, leaves, root, bark and flowers.

OVERVIEW: Fruits Powder without seeds.

INTRODUCTION: Amla is also known as Indian gooseberry, phyllanthus emblica or emblica officinails. Amla tree is about 15ft. to 25 ft. high. The fruit is round and green to greenish yellow in colour. Amla is a commonly used ingredient in most of the ayurvedic preparations in the form of fresh fruit, dried fruits, fruit pulp or as extract. The eminence of amla is so well recognized in ayurveda that all the famous ancient text have discussed its preventive, restorative and curative usefulness and extolled its extraordinary medicinal qualities. Amla is a rare fruit which contains all tastes except salty. With sourness as the foremost taste, it is at the same time sweet, astringent, bitter and pungent. It is light, dry and cold in effect and the richest source of vitamin C.

PHYTOCONSTITUENTS: Emblicanin A and Emblicanin B, along with pedunculagin and punigluconin is the key ingredients in amla. Emblicanins is a combination of Gallic acid or Ellagic acids&Vitamin C. It has also protein, minerals, carbohydrates and fibre. The mineral and vitamin contains include calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene and vitamin B complex.

PRECAUTIONS: None known. For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Amla is a natural plant also known as Emblica Officinalis. The dried, powdered fruit has tannins, vitamin C, and is astringent.

Pure Organic Amla is great for hair because:

  • adds texture, volume, wave, curl
  • shine to your hair
  • promotes hair growth
  • thicker, stronger hair strands
  • tones down red of henna
  • natural astringent making it good for facial cleansing
  • tightens up coils/curls

Hair growth: The phyto-nutrients, vitamins and minerals present in Amla help in increasing the scalp circulation and stimulate healthy growth. Vitamin C of amla produces collagen protein. This helps in stimulating hair growth, both length and volume wise.

Anecdotal reports suggest amla can:

  • condition your scalp.
  • promote healthy hair growth.
  • improve the tone of henna hair dyes.
  • minimize grays.
  • boost volume.
  • reduce dandruff.
  • treat head lice.

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