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We offer a complete product range of Nagarmotha Powder, Amla Powder, Hibiscus Petal Powder and Bhringraj Powder
Nagarmotha is commonly known as “Nut grass”. It has a characteristic fragrance and is generally used in culinary spices, perfumes and to make incense sticks. Nagarmotha possesses antibacterial, analgesic, antispasmodic (gives relief from spasm), aromatic, antiflatulence and sedative properties. It helps to manage diarrhea, dysentery, vomiting, stomach pain, worm infection and fever Benefits of Nagarmotha - Abdominal pain Nagarmotha gives to relief from abdominal pain due to gas or flatulence. Flatulence is caused due to an imbalance of Vata and Pitta Dosha. Low Pitta dosha and aggravated Vata dosha result in low digestive fire, thus impairing digestion. Impaired digestion leads to abdominal pain. Taking Nagarmotha helps to improve digestive fire and correct the digestion because of its Deepan (Appetizer) and Pachan (digestive) properties. Tips : Take ¼-1/2 teaspoon of Nagarmotha Churna (Powder) Swallow it with lukewarm water twice a day after taking food to manage abdominal pain. Indigestion - Nagarmotha helps to manage indigestion. According to Ayurveda, indigestion means the state of an incomplete process of digestion. The main reason for indigestion is aggravated Kapha that causes Agnimandya (weak digestive fire). Taking Nagarmotha helps to improve Agni (digestive fire) and digests the food easily. This is due to its Deepan (appetizer) and Pachan (digestive) properties respectively. Tips : Take ¼-1/2 teaspoon of Nagarmotha Churna (Powder). Swallow it with lukewarm water twice a day after taking food to manage indigestion. Diarrhea - Diarrhea is known as Atisar in Ayurveda. It is due to improper food, impure water, toxins, mental stress and Agnimandya (weak digestive fire). All these factors are responsible for aggravating Vata. This aggravated Vata brings fluid in the intestine from various tissues from the body and mixes with the stool. This leads to loose, watery motions or diarrhea. Nagarmotha helps to control diarrhea. This is because it improves digestive fire due to its Deepan (appetizer) Pachan (digestive) properties. It also makes the stool thick and reduces the frequency of motion. Tips : Take ¼-1/2 teaspoon of Nagarmotha Churna (Powder). Swallow it with lukewarm water twice a day after taking food to control diarrhea.
Amla Powder Amla Or Indian Gooseberry Is A Powerful Natural Hair Conditioner And Scalp Cleanser. Benefits Of Amla Powder : Purest Form Of Vitamin C And It Enriches You From Within Reduces The Risk Of Heart Disease Reduces Cell Damage And Also The Risk Of Cancer And Inflammation. Great Home Remedy For Hyperacidity And Stomach Ulcers. Reduces The Acid Level In The Stomach And Fights Inflammation, Amla Is Great For Your Hair. It Not Only Cures Dandruff But Also Helps In Preventing Hair Loss. Make A Paste With Shikakai, Curd And Amla Powder. Apply This On Your Scalp And Leave It On For Half In Hour. You Could Also Add Few Drops Of Lime To This Pack To Treat A Dry Scalp. How To Use Amla For Hair Growth At Home You Will Need 2 Tsp Amla Powder 2 Tbsp Coconut/ Olive Oil Processing Time 45 Minutes Process In A Pan, Heat The Oil And To It Add The Two Teaspoons Of Amla Powder. Heat The Oil Until It Turns Brown. Turn Off The Heat And Set The Oil Aside To Cool. Once The Charred Powder Has Settled, Collect The Oil In A Bowl. While It Is Still Slightly Warm, Apply It To Your Scalp And Hair. Massage Your Scalp For About 15 Minutes. Once You Are Done Massaging Your Scalp And Your Hair Is Fully Covered In The Oil, Wait For An Additional 30 Minutes With The Oil In Your Hair. Wash The Oil Out With A Mild Sulfate-Free Shampoo And Cool/Lukewarm Water. How Often? Thrice A Week. Amla And Shikakai For Hair Growth You Will Need 2 Tbsp Amla Powder 2 Tbsp Shikakai Powder 4 Tbsp Water Processing Time 40 Minutes Process In A Bowl, Mix The Amla And Shikakai Powder With The Water To Get A Smooth, Consistent Paste. Apply This Paste As A Hair Mask To Your Hair And Scalp. Once Your Scalp And Hair Are Fully Covered, Leave The Mask On For About 40 Minutes. Wash Your Hair With Cool Water. If You Have Relatively Clean Hair, You Can Skip Shampooing As Shikakai Has Cleansing Properties. How Often? Once A Week. Henna And Amla For Hair Growth You Will Need 1 Tbsp Amla Powder 3 Tbsp Henna Powder 4 Tbsp Warm Water Processing Time 1-2 Hours Process Place The Ingredients In A Bowl And Stir Until You Get A Smooth, Consistent Mixture. Make Sure To Use A Plastic Or Glass Bowl And Not A Metal One. Let The Mixture Soak Overnight. In The Morning, Apply The Mixture To Your Scalp And Hair. You Can Add Indigo To The Mixture If You Do Not Want Your Hair To Turn Orange. Once Your Scalp And Hair Are Fully Covered, Leave The Mask In For About 1-2 Hours. Wash Your Hair With Cool Water And A Mild Sulfate-Free Shampoo. How Often? Once A Month
This ayurvedic herb is also known as jaswand powder, and rosa sinensis. Hibiscus is one of the most renowned herbs used for hair growth. It has gained popularity because of its ability to stimulate hair growth even from dormant hair follicles in bald patches. The flower is an efficient remedy to put a stop to hair fall, encourage regrowth, and prevent premature graying. But, how exactly does it do this? Read on to find out. Benefits Of Hibiscus For Hair Hibiscus infused oil has shown tremendous results when it comes to boosting hair growth. It is rich in vitamin C that boosts collagen (the amino acid chain that gives your hair its strength) production, ensuring healthy hair growth. It is rich in amino acids that nourish your hair, strengthen your roots, and keep your locks lustrous and healthy. The flower stimulates hair regrowth from dormant follicles and bald patches. This helps thicken your hair and add volume. It also helps condition your hair, preventing dryness, frizz, and breakage. It helps you treat issues of the scalp, such as itchiness and dandruff. Hibiscus leaves help to prevent split ends by keeping your hair strong, nourished, and hydrated. Hibiscus And Mehendi Anti-Dandruff Hair Pack You Will Need A handful of hibiscus flowers A handful of hibiscus leaves A handful of mehendi leaves 1/2 lemon Processing Time 1 hour Process Grind the mehendi leaves and hibiscus flowers and leaves. Add the juice from half a lemon to this mixture. Mix this paste well and apply it to your scalp and hair. Leave it on for an hour. Wash it off with a mild shampoo. How Often? Once in two weeks. Neem leaves powder And Hibiscus For Hair Growth You Will Need 10 neem leaves A handful of hibiscus leaves 1/4 cup water Processing Time 20 minutes Process Grind the neem leaves with water and then sieve the juice. Grind the hibiscus leaves and mix with the neem juice to create a thick paste. Apply this to your scalp and hair and leave it on for 20 minutes. Wash your hair with lukewarm water. How Often? Twice a week.