Age-defying, 5-year-renewing Ayurvedic hair mask

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Use potent mixtures of traditional medicinal herbs to make your hair look younger and healthier.

Bhringraj hair care

Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine that has been practiced in India for thousands of years. One of the essential aspects of Ayurveda is the use of herbs for healing and rejuvenation. This article will discuss an Ayurvedic hair mask rejuvenation method that is especially recommended for VATA people with thin and dry hair.Vata-Type Imbalance

VATA

Ayurvedic theory suggests that as people age, they transition from Kapha (childhood and young adulthood) to pitta (young adulthood to middle age) to Vata (old age) (median age to elderly). Vata imbalances may manifest as hair that becomes drier and thinner as we age, and particularly as we enter the Vata phase of life.

 

The method involves using four herbs: amla, reetha, shikakai, and bhringraj. 

amla fruit

AMLA

Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is a fruit that is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. It is known to promote hair growth and prevent premature graying of hair. Amla also has a cooling effect on the scalp, which helps to reduce dandruff and scalp irritation.
Reetha

REETHA

Reetha, also known as soapnut, is a natural cleanser that has been used in Ayurveda for centuries. It is rich in saponins, which help to cleanse the scalp and hair without stripping them of their natural oils. Reetha also helps to add volume to the hair and prevent hair fall.
Shikakai

SHIKAKAI

Sikakai, also known as Acacia concinna, is another natural cleanser that is commonly used in Ayurvedic hair care. It is rich in saponins, which help to cleanse the scalp and hair without stripping them of their natural oils. Sikakai also helps to strengthen the hair and prevent hair fall.
Bhringraj leaf

BHRINGRAJ

Bhringraj means ‘the king of herbs. Bhringraj, also known as Eclipta alba, is an herb that has been used in Ayurveda for centuries for hair care. It is rich in nutrients like vitamin E, iron, and magnesium, which help to nourish the hair and promote hair growth. Bhringraj also helps to prevent premature graying of hair and dandruff.

Best Ayurveda Hair Mask to Vata-dominant Hair

Mixed hair mask of AMLA, REETHA, SHIKAKAI, and BHRINGRAJ

herbs powder

You Will Need

organic treatment powderhair treatment powderbhringraj leaf powder
  • 2 tablespoons organic hair treatment powder (Amla, Reetha, and Shikakai Mixed Powder)
  • 2 tablespoons organic bhringraj leaf powder

Processing Time

10 minutes

Method

herbs mix paste
1. Blend 2 tablespoons of hair treatment powder with 2 tablespoons of bringraj leaf powder to get a paste. You can add some water if the paste is too thick.
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2. Apply the paste to your scalp and hair and leave it on for 30 minutes.
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3. It is recommended to apply a hair mask while bathing. Please spend a rich time as herbs permeate your hair and scalp.
4. Wash it off with water.

How Often?

Thrice a week.

In conclusion, this Ayurvedic hair mask rejuvenation method can help improve your hair's health and appearance, especially if you have a VATA constitution and thin and dry hair. The combination of amla, reetha, shikakai, and bhringraj helps to cleanse, nourish, and strengthen the hair while also promoting hair growth and preventing premature graying of hair.

This is the suggested method I employ. I am actually fifty years old, but my hair has regained the luster it had in my early forties.

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