Hibiscus can also help:
- stop hair loss.
- make your hair look healthy and lustrous.
- prevent premature graying.
- thicken hair and add volume.
- treat dandruff.
- condition against frizz, dryness, and breakage.
- prevent split ends.
This ayurvedic herb is also known as jaswand powder and hibiscus sabdariffa (roselle) flowers.
It is used to:
- Enhances the red tones in your hair along with your henna recipe.
- helps promote hair growth
- reduce hair loss
- give your hair a gorgeous shine
- delays premature graying
Can be used in a variety of recipes for an amazing henna and ayurvedic hair treatments.
Use at least 3-4 tbsp of hibiscus petal powder to your henna recipe per 100 grams to boost red tones. Red teas, and paprika also boost red tones.
Our hair recipe:
Use 6 tbsp of hibiscus petal powder, 2 tbsp honey, 3 tbsp aloe vera powder, 2 tbsp yoghurt, and just enough coconut milk to thicken your ingredients. Mix your ingredients so that it is the consistency of a thick pancake batter (similar to a henna recipe). Apply onto your hair, and leave on for 20-30 minutes. Rinse out thoroughly.
COMMON NAME: Roselle
OTHER NAME: Sorrel, Ambashthaki
BOTANICAL NAME: Hibiscus sabdariffa L.
PLANT FAMILY: Malvaceae
PART USED: Dried Flowers Powder .
OVERVIEW: Hibiscus is one of the most common flower plants grown worldwide. There are more than 300 species of hibiscus around the world, roselle is one of them.
PHYTOCONSTITUENTS: The dried calyx contains the flavonoids gossypetin, hibiscetine and sabdaretine. ThHIBIe major pigment, formerly reported as hibiscin, has been identified as daphniphylline. Small amounts of myrtillin (delphinidin 3- monoglucoside), chrysanthenin (cyanidin 3- monoglucoside) and delphinidin are also present.
PRECAUTIONS: None known.
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