Gunjadi oil 150 ml. Oil


Alopecia aerata, Baldness, Premature graying of hair, Hair loss due to drugs, chemicals & dyes. 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
Gunjadi oil 150 ml. Oil

Til tail (Oil of Sesamum indicum):

The oil has traditionally been used for centuries as a soothing and nourishing massage oil to moisten dry skin and calm the nervous system. It is highly nutritious in nature. Just a quarter-cup of sesame seeds supplies 74.0% of the daily value for copper, 31.6% of the magnesium, and 35.1% of the daily value for calcium.

It is also high in protein, phosphorous, iron & magnesium. The oil is well absorbed into the skin and keeps it soft, smooth and flexible. It is soothing and takes care of oily and problematic skin, because it does not clog pores. Sesame oil has many benefits for skin and hair. Seed oil act as a medium(Vehicle, Yogvahi) in medicated oil preparations in Ayurved.

Bhringraj (Eclipta alba):

Eclipta Alba is a well known Ayurvedic herb for hair growth. Eclipta Alba is used in hair oil preparation since it promotes hair growth and maintains hair black. It used as a main ingredient in the preparation of herbal formulation for hair growth. It is reported to improve hair growth and color (Chopra et al., 1956; Kritikar and Basu, 1975). A black dye Obtained from Eclipta alba is used for dyeing hair & tattooing. Eclipta alba extracts have been used in traditional Chinese medicine as well as by Middle-eastern Ayurvedic doctors for thousands of years to prevent hair loss.

The hair growth promoting effect of Bhringraj is also observed in experimental study. In one such study, the petroleum ether and ethanol extracts were incorporated into oleaginous cream (water in oil cream base) and applied topically on shaved denuded skin of albino rats. The time (in days) required for hair growth initiation as well as completion of hair growth cycle was recorded. Minoxidil 2% solution was applied topically and served as positive control for comparison. Hair growth initiation time was significantly reduced to half on treatment with the extracts, as compared to control animals. The time required for complete hair growth was also significantly reduced. 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 result of treatment with 2 and 5% petroleum ether extracts were better than the positive control minoxidil 2% treatment.

Another study was conducted by using methanol extract of Eclipta alba. Pigmented C57/BL6 mice, preselected for their telogen phase of hair growth were used. In these species, the truncal epidermis lacks melanin-producing melanocytes and melanin production is strictly coupled to anagen phase of hair growth. The extract was applied topically to assess telogen to anagen transition. Immunohistochemical investigation was performed to analyze antigen specificity. Animals in anagen phase of hair growth were positive for FGF-7 and Shh and negative for BMP4, whereas the animals in telogen phase were positive only for BMP4 antigen. The methanol extract of whole plant when tested for hair growth promoting potential, exhibited dose dependent activity in C57BL6 mice. The activity was assessed by studying the melanogenesis in resected skin, follicle count in the subcutis, skin thickness and surrogate markers in vehicle control and extract treated animals. These findings suggest that methanol extract of Eclipta alba may have potential as a hair growth promoter.

Similarly, the animals treated with the methanolic extract of Eclipta alba shows highest number of hair follicle. The earliest hair growth seen in methanolic extract gel. In Methanolic extract of Eclipta alba & Standard drug 2% minoxidil average hair growth is 0.68 cm. All the experimental groups have shown a highly significant increase in Density of hair, Area responded & Hair bulb present as compared to control group."

Gunja (Abrus precatorius):

Gunja has katu-tikta-kashaya rasa (as per Rasatarangini root of Gunja having madhura rasa), katu vipaka, ushna virya; and ruksha gunas. It pacifies kapha-pitta and sometimes vatapitta doshas, and has properties like keshya (promoting the growth of hair), twachya (promoting skin health), grahadoshahara, etc. It is indicated for various disease conditions such as kustha (skin disease), kandu (itching), kasa (cough), vrana (wound), indralupta (alopecia), etc. The aqueous extract of seed powder of A. precatorius shows spermicidal activity in male albino rats and the Pet ether extracts of seed oil of A. precatorius possess excellent anti-lice activity.

Preclinical screening of aqueous extract of Abrus precatorius suggest that the plant is a potent hair growth promoter as compared to 2% minoxidil. The effect of aqueous extract on hair growth promotion exhibited a promising activity in covering bald patch of treated animals.

The activity was found similar to that of standard treated group. Since androgens (metabolite product of testosterone by 5-alpha reductase enzyme) have been implicated for the development of common baldness & alopecia, research also, has been conducted in search of natural compound having antiandrogenic activity or testosterone 5-alpha reductase inhibition. Hence it can be assumed that the phyto-constituents in Abrus precatorius also may posses the similar mechanism. The bald patch disappeared in 8 days and the area was totally covered with hair for standard 2% minoxidil and Abrus precatorius 300 mg/kg treated group of animals.

The aqueous extract at 300 mg/kg converted hair follicles in telogen phase hair to anagen phase which indicated follicle stimulating property and can be used for non-androgenic alopecia. It has been reported that some of the phytoconstituents aid in the promotion of hair growth. Few examples are roanthocyanidins, 3, 4 dimethyl 3-hydroxy flavanone, ginsenosidefrom red ginseng, senegin II, III and senega saponin.

The mechanism of flavonoids for increased hair growth may involve enhanced microcirculation around hair follicles or direct stimulation of resting hairfollicles.