o Balances Pitta
o Purifying the blood and the liver
o Restoring the tissues of the skin, hair, bones, teeth, eyesight, and memory
o Reverses premature greying and hair loss and restores natural color and shine
* Treat headaches of various origins as from stress anxiety, depression etc.
Bhringamalakadi Oil is an effective treatment for alopecia and relieves insomnia. It also treats premature graying of hair and promotes hair growth.
Much like Bringaraj oil, Bringaraj Amalaki oil is a tridoshic blend that is specially formulated for treatment of the head and hair. Bringaraj, which literally means “king of the hair”, is a central ingredient for most treatments of premature greying, hair loss, and alopecia, as well as being a powerful tonic for the blood. Amalaki is a very versatile herb and is here applied to bolster the hair rejuventating benefits of Bhringraj. These two are both tridoshic, meaning that they bring balance to all three doshas, however, they are both are particularly effective in calming aggravated pitta, which is the most common cause of hair loss and discoloration.
Bhringraj herb is a sweet and cooling herb which aims its effect primarily at the blood. The blood, particularly in the bone marrow, is responsible for the production and coloring of hair. The sweet and cooling properties of Bringaraj benefit the liver and work to stabilize blood whose excessive heat prevents the production of secondary tissues like hair. It also has mild bitter and astringent effects that help to draw out toxins from the blood and glands when applied externally. Through the calming of the over-active metabolic functions of the blood Bhringraj restores balance that is necessary for the proper production of tissues. In addition, the detoxifying effects also help to reduce swelling and inflammation rendering it generally rejuvenative for a wide range of conditions.
Amla herb is also sweet and cooling with a wide range of applications, and is here included with Bhringraj to support its blood tonifying and stabilizing effects. Similarly, its cooling energy has a soothing effect on blood which is over-active while its sweetness supports the moistening and rebuilding of tissues. It is one of the strongest rejuvenatives in ayurvedic medicine being both cleansing and nourishing to all tissues. In addition, it enhances the ojas, or vital immune force, which courses through the blood and tissues throughout the body. It is also a concentrated source of many essential vitamins, rendering it a very powerful ally in any formulation.
Bhringraj and Amla herbs are combined in sesame oil maximize their effectiveness for external application. Sesame oil is regarded as one of the most sattvic, or wise, oils, as it brings calm and stability to the mind and nerves. There are many benefits of Sesame oil. It has many vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, copper, calcium, iron, zinc, vitamin B6, and omega-6 fatty acids, which are both nutritive to blood and the tissues, and grounding to the mind. It is a powerful vehicle for the application of the healing benefits of Bhringraj and Amalaki as it helps to sooth the head and nerves and bring about a thorough relaxation that treats hair loss and greying at the root of the problem.
For these reasons, Bhringamalakadi oil is very effective in removing greying and reversing balding, while it further helps to calm the mind and promote sound sleep. It combines the hair benefits of Bhringraj hair oil with the tonifying and cleansing benefits of Amla oil. It is great for an after shower massage whether before bed or before work. It should be applied to all affected areas and gently rubbed into the skin both in circles and against the grain of the hair, thus allowing it to more easily enter the skin through the hair follicles. It will help to darken hair, revitalize skin and other tissues, and prepare the mind for whatever lay ahead.
Ingredients: Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba Extract), Amalaki (Embilica officinalis), yashti madhu (Glyzyrrhiza glabra), cow’s milk.
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), deservedly called as the Herb of Grace, is used in traditional Indian medicines for centuries for the treatment of bronchitis, chronic cough, asthma, hoarseness, arthritis, rheumatism, backache, fluid retention, blood cleanser, chronic skin conditions, constipation, hair loss, fevers, digestive problems, depression, mental and physical fatigue and many more.
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieriis) used to treat all sorts of skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, abscess and ulceration. It stimulates the growth of skin, hair and nails.
It also helps in relieving the harmful effects of stress and anxiety. According to Ayurveda, Brahmi, with its Vitamin C content, has an antioxidant property. Brahmi has been found to reduce oxidation of fats in the blood stream, a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. Brahmi oil restores and preserves the memory. In India, it is given to children to boost memory power intelligence.We have extracted this unique herb and put it in easy to take tablet form.
Ingredients in BRAHMI
Bacopa monnieri extracts
Brahmi is a boon from nature to encourage memory, enhance cognitive ability and alertness, and to promote relaxation and sleep. Brahmi can be taken internally as supplement while Brahmi oil can be applied on the crown of head to enhance sleep. Brahmi is a nerve tonic that can increase concentration and learning capacity. It can reduce irritability and restlessness in both children and adults.
Ayurveda recommends the use of Brahmi for memory problems and poor concentration. Brahmi specifically enhances the quality of Sadhaka Pitta which directly influences the nature of consciousness. It is maintained that by chewing a few leaves of Brahmi on empty stomach the memory retention capacity of brain can improve. In some areas of India, Brahmi leaves are ground in to chutney and used in regular diet.
Recommended Lifestyle Changes
Eat well and sleep well. Omega 3 fatty acid [tuna, salmons, sardines] improves brain power. Vegetarian sources of omega 3 include walnuts, ground flax seeds and soya beans. Limit calories and saturated fats. Eat more fruits and vegetables like spinach, broccoli, apples, mangoes and watermelons.
Do regular exercise. When you exercise the body, you exercise the brain.
Practise relaxation techniques. They work like a charm.
Learn something new - a new hobby, language, musical instrument or dance.
Reduce the use of technology to reduce distraction