Learning about the Traditional Hindu System of Holistic Medicine
The Ayurveda System of Medicine
The Ayurveda system of medicine is mostly centered around the principal idea that disease in the body is caused by mental stress or imbalance. Ayurvedic herbs and oils are part of this traditional Hindu system of alternative medicine. This system of medicine argues that an imbalance within the consciousness can help pinpoint the root of many ailments in the body. The system is regarded as highly in India as Western medicine is regarded in America when diagnosing and treating people.
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that directly translates to “knowledge of life.” This system of medicine strives to maintain a healthy balance between your mind, body, and spirit. Some of the herbs and oils from this system of medicine work incredibly well to nurture your natural hair and treat problems that might arise naturally. Different factors like stress, diet, exercise, weather, and overall quality of life play a huge role in the health of your natural hair. It only makes sense for you to want natural products to help treat any issues and maintain the health of your hair as best you can, regardless of the circumstances.
Herbs and Oils
While many different Ayurvedic herbs, oils, and natural blends are traditionally used in the system, not all of them are geared toward caring for your natural hair. Here are a few Ayurvedic herbs and oils and how they might benefit your natural haircare routine.
1. Amla (Emblica Officinalis)
Amla comes from the Indian Gooseberry Tree and is known for its incredible ability to naturally nourish and strengthen your hair. It is rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C that assist in promoting hair growth and treating brittle or damaged ends. Amla is great for natural hair by promoting strength and elasticity.
Using Amla on your natural hair in an oil blend like the Amla & Moringa Hair Oil is best. This allows the hair to receive maximum benefits from using Amla.
2. Brahmi (Centella Asiatica)
This Ayurvedic herb has many benefits, from enhancing mental acuity, relaxing the nervous system, and cleansing blood. It works hard to promote healthy hair and skin naturally. It works to naturally soothe, cleanse, and protect the scalp and hair follicles. This incredible herb can even help treat hair conditions like alopecia, excessive buildup, or dandruff while promoting healthy natural hair growth.
3. Bhringaraj (Eclipta prostrata)
This wonderful herb is a member of the sunflower family, and it comes packed with health benefits. Bhringaraj works hard to settle the nervous system, cleanse the liver, and promote healthy blood circulation when used properly. The hair and skin naturally benefit from these side effects and receive luster, shine, and a natural glow that reflect a fortified body.
4. Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
This flower holds its place as an Ayurvedic herb because of its seemingly limitless benefits to different systems in the body. Among those benefits are its ability to promote strong and healthy natural hair growth.
5. Moringa (Moringa oleifera)
Moringa is an herbal superfood that offers a natural energy boost to the system. This herb enhances vitality and immunity while promoting well-being in the entire body. This herb works for natural hair as a natural cleanser and detoxifier. When Moringa is infused in products like the Alma & Moringa Scalp Scrub, it helps to naturally exfoliate the scalp, remove toxins and dandruff, and reduce inflammation to promote healthy natural hair growth.
6. Neem (Azadirachta indica)
Neem works incredibly well to soothe the scalp and hair follicles, promoting the growth of naturally soft hair. It also has a cooling effect for those with excess heat in the scalp that might disrupt the natural growth process of your hair. For maximum benefits of neem, use it in oil form and gently massage it into the scalp.
7. Sesame Oil (Sesamum indicum)
As a result of its incredible results as an Ayurvedic oil, sesame oil has the nickname “the king of oils.” This oil is often used to help the body through stress and promote physical strength. It nourishes the muscles, bones, skin, and of course, your natural hair.