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Wellness Industry 2017-11-04

How Ayurveda is venturing into Hair Treatment Business?

The Global Ayurvedic Market is expected to reach $9,791.0 million by 2022 growing at a CAGR of 16.2% from 2015 to 2022.

By Senior Sub-editor
How Ayurveda is venturing into Hair Treatment Business?

Beauty is only skin deep but healthy hair reflects healthy lifestyle and healthy personality, which is the result of what goes underneath the skin.

The regular use of chemicals on skin and hair, unhealthy and adulteries mix in food items and pollution has forced people to take a turn towards the age-old ayurvedic culture.

The growing awareness among people has made them adapt ayurvedic products in their daily life to enhance their lifestyle.

The Indian Ayurvedic Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 16.0% over the next decade.

The Global Ayurvedic Market is expected to reach $9,791.0 million by 2022 growing at a CAGR of 16.2% from 2015 to 2022.

Hair fall at the early age has been a growing concern for males as well as females and it is the result of stress, unhealthy food habits, and lack of sleep and excessive consumption of tea, coffee, and alcohol, fried and spicy foods.

‘Pitta dosha’ is considered as responsible for hair problems. Pitta is known for stimulating body’s metabolism and digestion.

Due to excessive intake of tea, coffee, alcohol and preservatives, different organs of the body get affected. Organs which are responsible for helping in digestion get affected too.

Regular eating of fried and spicy foods damages the inner walls of the stomach.

To battle with the problem of hair loss, here are some easy yet effective ayurvedic treatments:

Chemicals in hair products and pollution in air, water are responsible for hair problems such as hair fall, hair breakage, premature graying of hair and other hair related diseases.

There are certain ayurvedic products or natural herbs, which will improve the quality of hair naturally.

Bhringraj: This is also known as the 'King of herbs', which not only helps in preventing hair loss but it also holds the power to reverse balding. It has a calming effect, which promotes sound sleep and releases stress.

Its handful of leaves or powder can be blend with water to make it paste like and then can be applied on the scalp as well as on the hair as scalp to improve the quality of hair, sleep and to release stress.

Amla: This fruit is rich in vitamin C and is loaded with antioxidants. It has an effective power to reduce hair fall, to purify blood and to improve digestion. It can be used in juice form or can be powdered if it is dried and can be mixed in water to form a paste, which can further be applied as hair mask.

Neem: Neem leaves are known for their blood purifying qualities, which helps in preventing the growth of lice and dandruff. It has also been proved that regular use of neem leaves can improve blood circulation, strengthen the roots and promote hair growth.

The paste of leaves can be mixed in water or yogurt to use as hair mask and powder of dry leaves can be added in coconut oil and can be applied on the scalp and hair to get the benefits of neem leaves.

Ayurvedic oil or a mix of useful herbs’ oil also helps in strengthening the roots of the hair and improves the hair growth.

The hot ayurvedic oil massage can improve the blood circulation of the scalp, in rejuvenation of the hair follicle, resulting voluminous healthy and rich dark hair in just a span of months.

One can also paste of licorice and water or lemon seed and black pepper on the bald patches for re-growth of fallen hair.

Along with all these tips one needs to drink a lot of water, sleep for 8 hours and eat a lot of raw vegetables and fruits to keep the healthy hair on the head.

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