Neelibringadi Keram is one of the most famous Ayurvedic preparations that is renowned for its usefulness and efficacy in hair care. This Ayurvedic formulation in various forms has been used by generations of men and women to help keep hair healthy and strong and avoid greying. Nilibhringadi Thailam is known to contain potent ingredients that help prevent scalp issues and encourage the growth of thick and lustrous black hair as per traditional medicine.
The ingredients of Neelibringadi Keram are vital in enhancing the health and strength of the hair. It has natural Ayurvedic anti-fungal and anti-dandruff properties that help keep the scalp healthy. Ayurveda prescribes Neelibhringadi Thailam to naturally strengthen the hair shaft and prevent the hair from becoming dry and brittle thereby preventing hair breakage and split ends. It contains ingredients traditionally known to prevent male pattern baldness.
Neeli (Indigofera tinctorea)
The Indigo plant
Balances Kapha and Vata Dosha
It is used in traditional medicine to improve hair strength and growth and prevent hair fall
It is a natural hair colourant in Neelibhringadi oil that colours the grey hair and improves the appearance
It is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of fever, delusion, toxicity, intoxication, gout, bloat, fever, spleen problems and abdominal tumours, heal wounds and relieve itching
It is an Ayurvedic laxative, anti-toxic, anti-inflammatory, and expectorant
Bhringaraja (Eclipta Alba)
This herb is used in traditional treatments of liver disorders, skin diseases, and hair fall
It balances the Kapha and Vata Doshas
It is used in Ayurveda as a rejuvenating and anti-ageing herb
It is used in traditional medicine to improve the health of the skin, teeth, bones, hair, and eyes. It is one of the main Ayurvedic herbs that improve the health and quality of the hair.
Shatakratulata (Cardiospermum Helicacabum)
It is also known as the balloon vine or Winter Cherry
It is a traditional herbal remedy for dandruff and alopecia (spot baldness)
It is used in Ayurvedic treatment of fever, constipation, poisoning joint pain, and as a memory booster
Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)
Indian gooseberry also called Amla
It is commonly used as a fruit as well as traditional medicine
It has the ability to balance all the three Doshas. Amalaki can be taken in different forms in order to balance different Doshas.
It is rich in Vitamin C and used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-ageing and rejuvenative
Amla is useful in traditional medicine for grey hair health, improvement in eye problems, respiratory problems, urinary troubles, burning, itching, and other skin troubles
It is used in Ayurveda to support the health of the hair, eyes, skin and gives strength and vigour
Anjana (Berberis aristata)
It is the Tree turmeric
Used traditionally as an antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory
Aja Ksheera (Goat Milk)
High protein to nourish the hair shaft without the cooling effect of cow’s milk.
Nalikera Ksheera (Cocos nucifera)
Moisturising and conditions the hair and the scalp
Mahishiksheera (Buffalo Milk)
Relieves burning sensation and is a protein-rich supplement for the hair shaft
Dhenudbhava (Cow Milk)
Rejuvenating, cooling and high protein
Taila (Coconut Oil)
Calms Pitta and Vata problems and supports Kapha dosha
Ayurveda states that it quickens the process of skin repair and supports wound healing
It is well known as the best oil to strengthen hair and improve hair growth
Easily imbibes qualities of the herbs that are processed in it and forms the base of Neelibringadi Kera Thailam.
Yashti (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Liquorice or Mulethi is a common ingredient in Indian kitchens
This is one among the group of 10 herbs called the Jeevaneeya Gana (10 herbs) which have anti-ageing properties
It is also a part of the Varnya group of herbs that are good for the scalp and hair. It reduces burning and itching
It is a multipurpose ingredient helpful Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, analgesic, and antacid
It pacifies the Pitta and Vata Doshas
Ayurveda defines its beneficial effect of both testosterone and estrogen makes it useful in Ayurvedic treatment of hormone-related hair fall issues
Gunjamoola (Abrus Precatorius)
Balance Kapha and Vata Doshas
It is used in Ayurvedic medicine as an aphrodisiac and as a rejuvenative
It is a traditional herb used to improve the quality of hair, skin, and eyesight
Neelibhringadi oil is to be applied externally over the scalp and hair before the bath. Gentle massage after oil application enhances blood circulation or as directed by a physician.
Ayurveda defines three Doshas that govern the body. They are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These Dosha’s when imbalance can affect hair health and appearance. Vata is an airy and drying Dosha. In the imbalance of this Dosha, the hair grows fast but is often dry and frizzy. There is insufficient oil and moisture to keep the scalp and hair optimally healthy. Pitta is a heaty Dosha and when in balance can support beautiful hair. When imbalanced, there is a tendency for premature greying and even baldness in spots. Kapha being heavy and moist is the ideal Dosha that one would desire to keep the scalp and hair well moisturised and lustrous. But in excess, it may lead to limp and over greasy locks. The danger of a Kapha imbalance is compounded by the fact that it suppresses the Agni or digestive fire. This causes the digestion to be inefficient. When digestion is imperfect there is a formation of the metabolic waste called Ama. This Ama impacts the whole body. The hair also gets affected and starved of essential nutrients due to this imbalance.
One should follow a diet and lifestyle habits that help maintain one’s natural Dosha balance. The application of oils and herbs that strengthen the hair and keep the scalp free of problems ensures strong and healthy hair.
The general view of hair texture and health is considered to be influenced by genetics, nutrition, environment, stress, disorders, diseases, and hormonal imbalances. Malnourishment has a huge impact on the health and appearance of the hair. Some diseases such as thyroid problems and autoimmune disorders can impact hair growth. Even medication that is prescribed to treat other issues can have side effects that harm the hair. Stress and traumatic events have been known to cause extreme hair fall or sudden greying
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