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Amla Fruit For Hair

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Amla fruit has several beneficial effects on hair, including conditioning the scalp, stimulating healthy hair development, enhancing the color of henna hair dyes, decreasing the appearance of gray hair, increasing volume, and even getting rid of dandruff.

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Amla, a traditional ayurvedic herb, stimulates dermal papilla proliferation and promotes hair growth due to its vitamin C, phosphorus, calcium, and iron content.[1] One tiny Amla is equivalent to two oranges in terms of Vitamin C content.

Amla for Hair Growth

Amla is a natural storehouse of Vitamin C and antioxidants, enriched with high levels of Iron content, making it an indispensable component in hair care products. It is also rich in elements like Ellagic Acid [2] and Gallic Acid These work in tandem to improve blood circulation in the scalp area, stimulating hair growth and strengthening hair follicles. It is also a potent inhibitor of the 5-alpha reductase enzyme, which converts testosterone to the androgenic alopecia-causing dihydrotestosterone.[1]

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Amla fruit is beneficial for hair health due to its rich composition of nutrients such as vitamin C, phosphorus, Ellagic Acid, and Gallic Acid, and its traditional use in Ayurvedic preparations as one of the best rejuvenating herbs, making it an excellent choice for nourishing and promoting healthy hair.

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Organic Amla Fruit Powder

Using organic amla fruit powder for a hair mask is a great idea because it is a natural and nourishing treatment for healthy hair that is made by meticulously powdering the finest amla fruit.

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Active ingredient of Amla

Vitamins C

Your body needs vitamin C to create a protein known as collagen — an essential part of the hair structure. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) can act as a mild clarifying agent in shampoo and can be effective in helping remove mineral buildup accumulated on the hair's surface.


In nuts, vegetables, and fruits, ellagic acid was found to obstruct the production of collagen-damaging MMP enzymes and inhibit ICAM, a molecule that plays a part in inflammation.


Gallic acid is a phenolic acid found in fruits, nuts, wine, and tea. It has antioxidants and is antimicrobial.


One study found that l-ascorbic acid 2-phosphate, which contains phosphorus, promotes hair growth by stimulating the secretion of insulin-like growth factor-1 from dermal papilla cells. [3]