Homemade Recipes To Stimulate Hair Growth

You don’t have to spend horrors on creams and other hair treatments for your hair to grow. Using one of those infallible homemade recipes passed from generation to generation, your locks will grow in a healthy way and with a lot of shine.

As these recipes have no chemical formulas that can damage the hair, these mixtures are suitable for all types of hair.

Normal growth

Before you start preparing the recipes, know that the yarn does not grow that way, overnight. If you have cut your hair and are hating it, be patient that only a few months will be able to erase the clumsy look.

Normal hair growth is 1 cm per month! It seems little, right? But this is the normal case, if you noticed that your hair does not grow at all and this is accompanied by other factors such as dandruff or excessive hair loss, look for a hair specialist.

Your scalp may have a little problem or there is a need to replace some vitamin. Unhealthy habits such as smoking and drinking in excess also hinder growth, in addition, genetics , diseases , stress and heredity also influence the health of the hair. If you suffer from hormonal disorders such as hyperthyroidism , your hair will be affected. (What is the difference between hair loss and hair break?)

If it is found that you have one of these problems, first you need to treat the cause, then the hair specialist can prescribe a special substance to stimulate growth, increasing blood circulation in the area, which helps to take the necessary vitamins for development the wire.

Tips for growing hair

• Massage your scalp gently – but don’t use force by making sudden movements.

• Do not sleep with wet hair so that there is no proliferation of microorganisms in the scalp.

• Do not dry your hair with the hairdryer too hot.

• Give chemicals a break.

Ayurvedic Herbs For Hair Growth

I have only recently got to know the herbs and I am already completely enthusiastic about them! In addition to the fact that some herbs cleanse your hair in a mild way, they also nourish your hair enormously! And because there are so many options, you can mix and try. Choose the herbs that your hair and scalp needs and then make your own shampoo!

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Reetha (Indian soapnut)

Reetha, also known as soap nuts, or as the English call it; soapnuts. Reetha powder is actually soap nut powder. Reetha is made by pulverizing / grinding the Indian soap nuts into a powder. In this way the powder is created which is called Reetha.

The brand ‘ khadi ‘ which sells Reetha, among others, says that Reetha cleans your hair well from the sebum because it contains saponin. When saponin comes into contact with water, a light foam is created which can be used to gently cleanse your hair and body without disturbing the natural pH value. Reetha cleans your hair, but does not strip hair of its natural oils. This keeps your hair always nourished!

Reetha also has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties. It helps to reduce dandruff. Reetha also provides volume and a beautiful shine to your hair. Your hair will feel thick and silky soft.

Shikakai

Shikakai powder, also called the ‘fruit for the hair’, cleans and cares for your hair enormously! Shikakai contains, just like Reetha, saponin which ensures that it can clean your hair in a mild way, without affecting the natural pH value of your scalp. Shikakai cleans your hair but does not strip hair of its natural oils. This keeps your hair always nourished! Shikakai is packed with vitamins C, D, E, and K. Shikakai removes irritation on your scalp and dandruff and gives your hair shine and volume. It stimulates hair growth and the hair is strengthened and easy to comb. Shikakai prevents the ends of your hair from breaking and splitting when you want to grow your hair long.

Amla

Amla is also known as the Indian gooseberry. It is a sour fruit that has been dried and pulverized / ground into powder form. Amla strengthens your hair and strengthens the hair roots. The powder gives a beautiful shine to dark hair and enhances the color. Amla powder is packed with vitamin C. You can use Amla for different purposes.

Neem

Neem powder is a really nice Ayurvedic herb for your scalp, it can be used for healthy hair and scalp. Neem is antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. Neem is full of vitamins C and E, calcium and phosphorus. It also contains amino acids, proteins, enzymes, essential fatty acids, antioxidants and dietary fiber.

Brahmi

Brahmi grows in the wetlands of India. Brahmi stimulates hair growth and reduces hair loss. It helps in strengthening the hair roots and is a great conditioner for dry hair, because of its softening and oily properties. Brahmi also helps against dandruff and has a cooling effect on the scalp. Brahmi can color your gray hair slightly brown.

Bhringraj

Bhringraj is a plant herb from India. Bhringraj powder is used to grow hair. The Sanskrit name bhringraj literally translated means ‘King of Hair’. It clearly refers to its traditional reputation in Ayurveda as an herb that supports hair growth and strengthens the hair shaft. In addition, bhringraj prevents gray hair and is beneficial against thinning hair, balding scalp and dandruff.