Bhringraj Tailam 150 ml. Oil

Description

As a regular use to keep hair long, healthy, shining and lustrous, Premature hair falling, Hair falling in pregnancy, Premature graying of hair, Brittle and two-headed hair, Drug-induced hair loss, Thin hair due to malnutrition, Hair loss following anxiety and stress & Dandruff. FOR APPLICATION ON SCALP HAIR ONLY, WITH LITTLE GENTLE MASSAGE.

  • Proven track record to solve the problem
  • A special blend of herbal extracts
  • Resolves issue within the mentioned time period
  • No Side Effects
Bhringraj Tailam 150 ml. Oil

 

Til Tail (Sesamum indicum):

Sesame Oil is used as a base in many oil in Ayurveda. It contains Lignan compounds called Sesamin and Sesamolin, which are biologically active. These compounds enhance oxidative stability of the oil. They have potential to be used as anti oxidant compounds as well as having a moisturizing effect.

Used regularly on the scalp, sesame oil is wonderful for reducing stress and tension, nourishing the nervous system and preventing nervous disorders, relieving fatigue and insomnia, and promoting strength and vitality. A regular warm oil massage increases penetration of oil in the scalp, resulting in enhanced blood circulation, thereby promoting hair growth. It helps in strengthening hair shafts and roots by nourishing them. Stress is considered as a major factor that results in hair fall, and sesame oil's cooling properties help alleviate stress when massaged in scalp, and on neck and shoulders. Rich sesame oil protects hair from the damaging effects of the sun's UV rays, thus, proving to be a natural sunscreen for hair. Not only does it protect hair from the sun, it also saves them from damaging effects of pollution. It is known for its hair darkening qualities. Hence, it is very useful for those who suffer from pre-mature hair graying or who have plenty of gray hair. Sesame oil brings aggravated vatato normal condition.

Mandur:

Mandur is an Ayurvedic medicine prepared from Iron Oxide. It prevents graying of the hair and also imparts black colour to the hair.

Triphala:

(Haritaki -Terminalia chebula+Bibitak-Terminalia belerica +Amlaki- Emblica officinalis)

Triphala in Sanskrit stands for "Three fruits"is popular herbal preparation known to Indian subcontinent for centuries. Amlaki (amla or Indian gooseberry), Haritaki (chebulic myrobalan) and Bibhitaki (belleric myrobalan) are the three plant compounds that go into the triphala mixture. Triphala is a tridoshic Rasayan having a balancing and rejuvenating effect on the three constitutional elements that constitute the human life. Medicated oil with the herbs Bhringaraja (Eclipta Alba), Amlaki (Embelica officinalis), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) and Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) is a best remedy for hair fall. Indian gooseberry is an accepted hair tonic in traditional recipes for enriching hair growth and pigmentation. Prevents premature graying of hair and makes them strong and free from dandruff. The fruit, cut into pieces is dried preferably in the shade. These pieces are boiled in coconut oil till the solid matter becomes charres. This darkish oil is excellent in preventing graying .The water is which dried Am la pieces are soaked overnight is also nourishing to hair and can be used for the last rinse while washing the hair.

Sariva (Hemidesmus indicus):

Sariva is (Anantmool) used in ayurvedic medicine to treat hair problems, skin disease, lesion and arthritis, it is an excellent rejuvenator. Its alterative and purificatory nature extends to the mind, hence its used in disturbed, angry or irritated emotions from high Pitta. It reduces Vata indirectly by calming the flames of Pitta. [Chakrabortty and Chaudhary :lndian J.Sci.Res.4 (1): 89-93, 2014 ]. Anantamul's sweet and cooling effect theoretically nourishes sadhaka pitta and the mind, making it particularly good for disturbed, angry or irritated emotions due to high pitta aggravating the equilibrium of the mind. Anantamul has been combined with gotu kola, rose, and brahmi for hot emotions and disturbed pitta.

Bhringraj swa-ras (Eclipta alba):

Bhringraj means 'King of Hair1 in Sanskrit, which refers to its reputation as a hair tonic and ability to reverse baldness. It has numerous synonyms describing its properties of promoting the growth of hair and making them black and lustrous. It is called Kesaraja - king of the hair, Markava -which prevents premature graying and Kesaranjana -bestows beautiful tinge to hair etc. It is an excellent rejuvenator. It is the best known herb for preventing balding and premature graying. It has been traditionally used to add luster to long hair by women in India.

Petroleum ether and ethanol extract of E. alba has been tested in albino rats for promoting hair growth activity. The extracts were incorporated into oleaginous cream (water in oil cream base) and applied topically on shaved denuded skin of male albino rats. The extracts significantly reduced hair growth time by half, as compared to non-treated control animals. Quantitative analysis of hair growth after treatment with petroleum ether extract (5%) exhibited greater number of hair follicles in anagenic phase (69 ± 4) which were higher as compared to control (47 ±13).

The methanol extract of the plant has also been tested for its efficacy for promoting hair growth in pigmented C57/BL6 mice, preselected for their telogen phase of hair growth. In these species, the truncal epidermis lacks melanin-producing melanocytes and melanin production is strictly coupled to anagen phase of hair growth. Telogen to anagen transition was assessed following topical administration of the extract. A dose-dependent transition of telogen to anagen phase of hair growth was observed following extract treatment; with an extract dose of 3.2mg/15cm2, 87.5% animals showed anagen phase of growth, while with an extract dose of 1.6mg/15cm2,50% of the animals showed the transition from telogen to anagen phase.

 

As a regular use to keep hair long, healthy, shining and lustrous

• Premature hair falling         • Hair falling in pregnancy

• Premature graying of hair   • Brittle and two-headed hair

• Drug-induced hair loss         • Thin hair due to malnutrition

• Hair loss following anxiety and stress

To garner best results, warm sesame oil, apply it all over the scalp, and massage in a circular motion using fingertips. After massaging, wrap the scalp and hair with a soaked and squeezed hot water towel, for around half an hour. Leave the oil on overnight and shampoo the next morning.