Neelibringadi Hair Oil Benefits
The ingredients used in Neelibringadi hair oil, like Indian gooseberry, coconut oil, cow milk, and buffalo milk are rich in nutrients that are vital in enhancing the health and strength of the hair. These ingredients are picked with utmost care and respect for tradition and the concoction is prepared using time-honoring methods. The ingredients are used for their natural and Ayurvedic anti-fungal and anti-dandruff properties. Ayurveda prescribes Neelibringadi Thailam to naturally strengthen the hair shaft and prevent the hair from becoming dry and brittle. This helps in preventing hair breakage and split ends. It also conditions the scalp to prevent dandruff. With its medicinal ingredients, it is traditionally used in the treatment of male pattern baldness.
Regular usage of the hair oil helps strengthen the roots of the hair. The oil works at the level of the hair follicles to promote hair growth. The base oil used in preparing this herbal oil is coconut oil. Of all the oils used for hair care, coconut oil is the best for hair growth. The use of pure coconut oil helps reduce hair loss by preventing protein loss. It ensures the fresh growth of hair that is strong and therefore long. It is a natural coolant, which helps keep the mind calm.
Neelibringadi Hair Oil Ingredients
Neeli (Indigofera Tinctoria)
- The Indigo plant
- It is used in traditional medicine to improve hair strength and growth and prevent hair fall
- It is a natural hair colourant in Neelibhringadi oil that colours the grey hair and improves the appearance
- It is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of fever, delusion, toxicity, intoxication, gout, bloat, fever, spleen problems and abdominal tumours, heal wounds and relieve itching
- It is an Ayurvedic laxative, anti-toxic, anti-inflammatory, and expectorant
Bhringaraja (Eclipta Alba)
- This herb is used in traditional treatments of liver disorders, skin diseases, and hair fall
- Maintains optimal levels of the Kapha and Vata Dosha
- It is used in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating herb
- It is used in traditional medicine to improve the health of the skin, teeth, bones, hair, and eyes. It is one of the main Ayurvedic herbs that improve the health and quality of hair.
Karnasphota (Cardiospermum Halicacabum)
- It is also known as the balloon vine or Winter Cherry
- It is a traditional herbal remedy for dandruff and alopecia (spot baldness)
- It is used in Ayurvedic treatment of fever, constipation, poisoning joint pain, and as a memory booster
Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis)
- Indian gooseberry also called Amla
- It is commonly used as a fruit as well as in traditional medicine
- It has the ability to maintain all three Doshas at their accurate levels. Amalaki can be taken in different forms in order to balance different Doshas.
- It is rich in Vitamin C and used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory, astringent, and rejuvenative
- Amla is useful in traditional medicine for grey hair health, improvement in eye problems, respiratory problems, urinary troubles, burning, itching, and other skin troubles
- It is used in Ayurveda to support the health of the hair, eyes, skin and gives strength and vigour
Anjana (Berberis Aristata)
- It is the Tree turmeric
- Used traditionally as an antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory
Aja Ksheera (Goat Milk)
- High protein to nourish the hair shaft without the cooling effect of cow’s milk.
Nalikera Ksheera (Cocos Nucifera)
- Moisturising and conditions the hair and the scalp
- Relieves burning sensation and is a protein-rich supplement for the hair shaft
- Rejuvenating, cooling and high protein
Taila (Coconut Oil)
- Calms Pitta and Vata problems and supports Kapha dosha
- Ayurveda states that it quickens the process of skin repair and supports wound healing
- It is well known as the best oil to strengthen hair and improve hair growth
- Easily imbibes qualities of the herbs that are processed in it and forms the base of Neelibringadi Kera Thailam.
Yashti (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)
- Liquorice or Mulethi is a common ingredient in Indian kitchens
- This is one among the group of 10 herbs called the Jeevaneeya Gana (10 herbs) It is also a part of the Varnya group of herbs that are good for the scalp and hair. It reduces burning and itching
- It is a multipurpose ingredient helpful Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, analgesic, and antacid
- It pacifies the Pitta and Vata Doshas
- Ayurveda defines its beneficial effect on both testosterone and estrogen makes it useful in Ayurvedic treatment of hormone-related hair fall issues
Gunjamoola (Abrus Precatorius)
- Maintains optimal levels of the Kapha and Vata Dosha
- It is used in Ayurvedic medicine as an aphrodisiac and as a rejuvenative
- It is a traditional herb used to improve the quality of hair, skin, and eyesight
Neelibringadi Hair Oil Application
Neelibringadi hair oil is to be applied externally over the scalp and hair before the bath or as directed by a physician. Gentle massage after oil application enhances blood circulation.
Ayurvedic And Hair Care
Ayurveda defines three Doshas that govern the body. They are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Hair is also classified based on the Dosha. Vata hair is thin, coarse, long, and difficult to maintain. Pitta hair is soft, fine in texture, and straight but not thick. Kapha hair is thick, strong, coarse, and shiny.
These Doshas when in imbalance can affect hair health and appearance. Vata is an airy and drying Dosha. In the imbalance of this Dosha, the hair grows fast but is often dry and frizzy. There is insufficient oil and moisture to keep the scalp and hair optimally healthy. Pitta is a heaty Dosha and when in balance can support beautiful hair. When imbalanced, there is a tendency for premature greying and even baldness in spots. Kapha being heavy and moist is the ideal Dosha that one would desire to keep the scalp and hair well moisturized and lustrous. But in excess, it may lead to limp and over-greasy locks. The danger of a Kapha imbalance is compounded by the fact that it suppresses the Agni or digestive fire. This causes digestion to be inefficient. When digestion is imperfect there is a formation of the metabolic waste called Ama. This Ama impacts the whole body. The hair also gets affected and starved of essential nutrients due to this imbalance.
One should follow diet and lifestyle habits that help maintain one’s natural Dosha balance. The application of oils and herbs that strengthen the hair and keep the scalp free of problems ensures strong and healthy hair.
Hair Care – An Overview
The general view of hair texture and health is considered to be influenced by genetics, nutrition, environment, stress, disorders, diseases, and hormonal imbalances. Malnourishment has a huge impact on the health and appearance of the hair. Some diseases such as thyroid problems and autoimmune disorders can impact hair growth. Even medication that is prescribed to treat other issues can have side effects that harm the hair. Stress and traumatic events have been known to cause extreme hair fall or sudden greying.
Ayurveda suggests holistic treatments for hair care. Ayurveda is a wellness system that focuses on the improvement of overall health. Ayurveda believes in addressing the root of problems rather than only focusing on the symptoms. Hair Care in Ayurveda can be ensured by using Ayurvedic hair care products like Neelibringadi hair oil along with other preventive measures like lifestyle changes and a healthy diet. Ayurvedic hair care can be ensured by the following:
Neelibringadi Thailam is an herbal hair oil that is known to be helpful in improving hair health by managing common problems like hair fall, premature greying, weak hair, etc. The ingredients in Neelibhringadi Ayurvedic hair oil like Bhringraj, Amla, and Neeli are powerful herbs known to promote hair health.
Preventive measures need to be taken to protect the hair. This includes avoiding exposure of hair to harmful pollutants. The use of shampoos that have chemicals should be avoided.
General health needs to be improved to balance vitiation in any of the Doshas. This can be done by improving physical and mental health through Yoga, and physical activity.
Stress is a factor that directly affects hair health. Meditation and practicing breathing exercises like Pranayama can be very helpful in maintaining mental health. This helps manage stress.
Digestive health is very important since poor digestion can increase the level of toxins in the body. These toxins can affect hair health. A suitable Dosha-specific diet can help in such situations. Protein and iron-rich foods like green leafy vegetables, pulses, fruits, dairy products, and spices like turmeric, black pepper, and cilantro should be a part of one’s hair-care diet. Sweet potatoes, avocados, soybeans, almonds, yogurt, walnuts, figs, and berries are known to be good for the hair.
- Does Neelibringadi Keram have any smell?
The Neelibringadi hair oil has a pungent smell with a slight coconut aroma because Ayurvedic herbs are cooked in coconut oil in this Ayurvedic formulation.
- Can I apply Neelibringadi Keram before going out?
We recommend applying Neelibringadi hair oil to your scalp either at night or before taking a bath. It may not be a good idea to step out after applying oil due to its acidic undertone smell.
- Can I apply Neelibringadi Keram if I have dandruff?
Yes, the anti-dandruff properties of Neelibringadi hair oil make it an ideal oil to apply. Take a small quantity of oil on your palm and gently massage on your scalp for about 5 to 10 minutes. Use at night and wash the head the next morning to reap the maximum benefits. Apply regularly for a clearer scalp.
- Should I oil my hair every day?
Yes. As per Ayurveda, you can help maintain naturally healthy, shiny, and silky smooth hair when you oil your hair every day. Massaging your head regularly promotes blood circulation in the head. If it is not feasible to oil daily, we recommend oiling your scalp at least 1 or 2 times a week. Also, the oil can help alleviate various other hair problems based on the ingredients you chose. For instance, Neelibringadi hair oil is ideally suggested for dry hair.
- Which oil is best for hair fall control?
Neelibringadi hair oil is the best Ayurvedic combination hair oil for getting rid of hair fall.
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