Ayurveda has introduced Amla Oil for hair growth and hair fall treatment. It becomes famous in India and many Indian people use it on regular basis. Now its benefits are spreading all around the world and many people are turning to Amla Oil.
Amla Oil mainly contains two ingredients.
- Natural Amla extract derived in oil during processing
- Base Oil
Amla Oil is an ayurvedic remedy for hair fall, graying hair and preventing hair damage. Well-prepared Amla oil also helps reducing stress when applied over the scalp.
Amla oil penetrates the scalp skin and provides strength to the hair follicles and hair roots. This effect appears due to some natural essential fatty acids, vitamin C due to Amla extract, antioxidants and phytochemicals present in the Amla oil.
Premature Graying of hair
Vitamin C and E deficiency plays a role in development of premature graying of hair. However, the internal supplement is also required for optimum nutrition. Amla murabba, chyawanprashb or other natural supplement can be used for this purpose. In addition to internal nourishment, one also requires external nourishment of the hair follicles, which can be achieved using Amla oil on regular basis. Amla oil contains Polyphenols and flavonoids, which help preventing premature graying of hair.
Weak or damaged hair
All natural phytochemicals present in Amla oil help preventing damage to hair and reduce effects of pollution on hair.
Amla oil prepared with sesame oil as base oil is best for dry scalp.
For itchy scalp, Amla Oil prepared using coconut oil is best. For more benefits, add a few drops of Neem oil in Amla Oil, which increases anti-itching properties of the oil and reduces dandruff.
Directions to Use
A gentle scalp massage with Amla oil is always beneficial. Apply Amla oil directly to the scalp and gently do massage for at least 15 minutes for best results.