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 and healthy. Cassia is also a brilliant hair shine conditioner that will leave you with glossy shining hair particularly if blonde colored hair. Blonde Hair Dye Conditioner: cassia only.

This Ayurvedic herb will leave your hair glossy, stronger, thicker, dandruff-free, and healthy. Cassia gives you all the benefits of henna without color results on dark hair tones. For those with light shades of hair such as blond, strawberry blond or grey hairs the cassia will color your hair and give you the perfect uplift to your natural hair tone.
Pure Organic Cassia will not get golden tones for every person’s hair. It’s a half chance it could work for your hair. It can be tough for grays. This treatment is semi-permanent and only lasts 2-3 weeks.

There are many hair tones you can achieve when using Cassia such as:

  • golden blond
  • strawberry blond (along with henna)
  • copper (along with henna)

INSTRUCTIONS

Mixing Pure Organic Cassia for golden tones:

-Mix powder with warm or hot water and let sit for 3-4 hours. Make sure your mixture is like pancake batter or as desired.

-Apply the cassia paste onto clean hair that is either damp or dry. Apply mixture in layers starting from the back and moving forward. -Wrap your hair and leave on for at least 3-4 hours. -Rinse or wash paste out.

Mixing Pure Organic Cassia and Pure Organic Henna for marigold blond to strawberry blond tones:

-Mix powders together at a proportion of 25% henna and 75% cassia of total powder needed for your hair. -Add warm to hot water and let sit for 3-4 hours. Make sure your mixture is like pancake batter or as desired. –

Apply the paste onto clean hair that is either damp or dry. Apply mixture in layers starting from the back and moving forward.

-Wrap your hair and leave on for at least 3-4 hours.

-Rinse or wash paste out.

 

Golden Tones with Cassia

Mixing Pure Organic Cassia and Pure Organic Henna for copper tones:

-Mix powders together at a proportion of 50% henna and 50% cassia of total powder needed for your hair.

-Add warm to hot water (or strong chamomile tea, its liquid) and let sit for 3-4 hours. Make sure your mixture is like pancake batter or as desired.

-Apply the paste onto clean hair that is either damp or dry. Apply mixture in layers starting from the back and moving forward.

-Wrap your hair and leave on for at least 3-4 hours.

-Rinse or wash paste out.

Red Tones with Henna and Cassia

 

COMMON NAME: Neutral Henna

OTHER NAME: Cassia, Matura tea tree, Ranawara, Avaram Senna.

BOTANICAL NAME: Cassia auriculata L.

PLANT FAMILY: Fabaceae

SYNONYMS: Senna auriculata (L.) Roxb.

PART USED: Dried Leaf Powder.

OVERVIEW: Cassia auriculata is an evergreen shrub that grows in many parts of India and in other parts of Asia. The flower, leaves, stem, root, and unripe fruit are used for treatment, especially in Ayurvedic medicine.

INTRODUCTION: Cassia auriculata is a shrub reaching up to 2 meters of height. The leaves are harvested, dried, and ground into a powder to make hairs healthy, thick, shiny without changing hair color. It is the hair-conditioning herb also known to help with hair loss that is often marketed as “neutral henna.” “Neutral henna” is neither neutral nor henna! It’s Cassia auriculata. It coats hair strands like a glaze, smoothing the cuticle.

PHYTOCONSTITUENTS: The active component is an anthraquinone derivative called chrysophanic acid (1,8-Dihydroxy-3-methylanthraquinone), also called chrysophanol.

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.

Pure Organic Shankhpushpi Powder

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COMMON NAME: Shankhpushpi

OTHER NAME: English speedwheel, Laghuvishnukranta.

BOTANICAL NAME: Convolvulus pluricaulis Choisy

PLANT FAMILY: Convolvulaceae

SYNONYMS: Sesamum orientale Linn

PART USED: Dried Whole Plant Powder.

OVERVIEW: Convolvulus pluricaulis is an indigenous plant commonly mentioned in Ayurveda, as a rasayana which is mainly advocated for use in mental stimulation and rejuvenation therapy.

PHYTOCONSTITUENTS: The chemical constituents in Shankhpushpi consist of carbohydrate-D-glucose, rhamnose, maltose, sucrose and starch. It also contains proteins, amino acids and the alkaloids-convolvine, convolamine, confoline, phyllabine, convolidine, convoline, convosine, subhirsine and convolvidine along with fatty acid and wax constituents, hydrocarbons, aliphatic and sterol and certain other bio-chemicals which include scopoletin, glacial acetic acid, three coumarins, β-sitosterol, kaempferol, tropane alkaloids, linoleic acid, palmitic acid and straight chain hydrocarbon hextriacontane, 20-oxodotriacontanol, tetratriacontanoic acid and 29- oxodotriacontanol.

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.

Premature greying and hair growth
Shankhpushpi prevents premature greying, controls hair fall and promotes hair growth due to its Rasayana (rejuvenating) property.
Tips:
a. Take few drops of Shankhpushpi powder mixed with oil.
b. Massage evenly on the scalp and hair.
c. Repeat this to control premature greying of hair and hair fall.

MORE INFO

https://pureorganichenna.com/shankhpushpi/

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