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kayyonyadi Keram Tailam:Rub the warm oil gently on the scalp and wash off next morning or apply on the scalp and wash off after 2 hours.
Amla powder: 3-6 grams of Organic Amla Powder, mixed in one cup of warm water, can be taken twice a day as a general tonic. It is also used as a paste to the head for relieving mental stress. It can also be applied as a hair pack once in a week.
Kayyonyadi keram tailam is made of coconut oil base and with cooling herbs. This oil is known to balance all the three doshas especially in the region of the head. It is like rejuvenative tonic for the hair. It is known to decrease the burning sensation of the head and the eyes. The main effect due to prolonged use of this oil is that it effectively controls premature graying of hair.
Bhringaraja – Eclipta alba
Guduchi- Tinospora cordifolia
Amalaki – Embilica officinale
Yastimadhu- Glyzyrrhiza glabra
Daruharidra – Berberis aristata
* Cleansing, purifying and a mild laxative
* Nourishing to the liver, skin, hair and digestive tissues
* Balancing to the stomach and the blood
* Mild aphrodisiac
* Act as an Natural Antioxidant &
* Strengthen Immunity & Enhance Food Absorption
* Act as a Body Coolant & Balance Hyperacidity
* Support the Heart & Enhance Fertility & Strengthen the Eyes
* Flush Out Toxins & Support Skin Health and Appearance
* An excellent source of Vitamin C
The mother of all healing fruit, Amla is traditionally known as the nurse for its broadly applicable and powerful healing properties. An ancient Ayurvedic text states, Amalaki is the best among rejuvenative herbs. It bears over twenty names and many more uses in traditional healing practices all across Asia. Its healing power clearly suffers no lack of renown. Amla is one of the few tridoshic herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. This means it has the rare quality of balancing all three doshas (Vata, Pitta, & Kapha). This makes Amla benefits one in all weather conditions, all seasons, and all body types. It also renders its useful for a variety of conditions from coughs and colds to respiratory infections and gastro-intestinal complications. Amla fruit is both generally revitalizing and useful for many specific applications. It is unique in that it bears five of the six tastes, lacking only salt.
There are also many benefits of Amla for hair. Amla thoroughly cleans and rejuvenates the hair, penetrating deep into the roots to stimulate the activity of the hair follicles Amla is one of the most cleansing and revitalizing to the skin and the scalp. However, the benefits of Amla for hair are not missed out on when Amla is taken internally.