Blossom Hair Oil
(For Massage & External use)
Hair loss (Alopecia) is described as "Khalitya" in Ayurveda. Hair loss (Alopecia) and baldness are mainly caused by nutritional deficiency, infection due to bacterial or fungal growth and hormonal disturbances. Heredity also plays a great role in these problems. Persons having genetic predispositions are at a higher risk. Long-term effect of stress, caused by daily tension and strain, triggers the problem, which involves uprooting of the hair, followed by blocking of "Romkupas" (Hair follicles) and thus preventing the growth of new hair.
All the three Doshas (humors) viz. Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water) along with blood are involved in the etiology of "Khalitya". Excessive use of incompatible foods, which may vitiate Vata (air), Pitta (fire), Kapha (water) and Rakta (blood), should be considered as the common causative factors for hair loss. According to the classical Ayurvedic literature, initially vitiated Vata (air) and Pitta (fire) approach the Romkupas (hair follicles) and uproot the hair followed by their blocking by Rakta (blood) and Kapha (water), thus preventing the growth of new hair and causing gradual loss of hair from the scalp. The persons having "Kha Vaigunya" (genetic predisposition) are at a higher risk of developing "Khalitya Roga". The conditions stated above simulate with hair loss (Alopecia) are mainly caused by the nutritional deficiency, infection (bacterial, fungal or protozoal) and male pattern of baldness, i.e. with the influence of androgens.
Who can use
Men, Women & Children of all age groups can use Blossom hair oil every day, alternate days, twice a week or once a week according to the circumstances. It is best to use at night to stop hair fall, promote thick, long hair and for new hair growth. Numerous customers and practitioners have reported excellent results with Blossom Hair Oil. Signs of improvement can be seen after six weeks of usage. In some of the cases it may take longer, depending on the androgen levels, nutritional status, and disease affection and genetic factors. Based on the clinical trials with regular use of Blossom Hair oil, in women results appear to come faster as hair fall stops within a few weeks. Nonetheless, everyone should continue usage for at least 6 months.
Blossom Hair oil is totally free from any side effects or adverse reactions. Ultimate results depend upon general health conditions and heredity factors.
For Best Results
- Use daily at bedtime and wash in the morning.
- The application of Blossom hair oil at the hair roots is more effective than on the total hair body.
- Also take "Hair Gain" (our other herbal supplement) 2 capsules twice a day till you get favorable results.
- Wash your hair and scalp with Low pH shampoo.
- Washing of hair with herbal shampoo or with overnight soaked Triphala water will add extra benefits to premature graying hair as well as loss of hair.
- Trim hair regularly to enhance growth and remove split ends.
- Minimum usage 3 months.
- Use with our other product "Hair Gain" which is an herbal supplement.
- For itching scalp/skin consider "Blood Cleaner".
- For dry Scalp/Dandruff/Dry skin considers "Wondruff Oil".
- If any menstrual problem is associated as a causative agent of hair loss considers "Femivita" or "Menstro Care".
- For dryness of hair, wash hair with overnight soaked water of Amla.
- Any kind of our other nutritional products like "Ojas", "Pearl Calcium", and "Chyawanprash" are helpful.
(Bhringaraj) as anodyne absorbent. It relieves headache when applied with a little oil, chronic glandular swellings and skin problem. Juice of leaves mixed with coconut oil and boiled together makes excellent preparations for anointing the head to render the hair healthy and luxuriant.
The flower produces a stimulating effect on the mind, and significantly increases mental alertness.
Acts as brain tonic, improves memory, tonic to the skin.
It also improves memory and tonic to brain.
Cools the brain and sweet fragrance.
Nervine sedative, promotes growth of hairs.
Aromatic natural perfume, cooling agent.
Cooling to head.
Promotes hair growth.
Used for growth of the hair.
Kalkesh - NeelIndigofera Tinctoria
Promotes hair growth and coloring agent.
This seed oil is tonic for the nervous system, check alopecia.
Helps to keep the skin free of infections.
Heals skin problem like scabies, eczema etc.
Neem Oil is stimulant, and antiseptic properties, when applied to the skin. Check dandruff.
Strong antiseptic and disinfectant properties.
Very useful in skin problems, improves skin scalp.
Check alopecia and Nervine tonic.
Improves scalp skin and check cognate skin problem.
(Anantamul) Provides cooling effect.
Oily extract of above herbs are prepared.
Sesame (Sesamum Indicum) (Oil) & Citrus Medica (Lemon)
These herbs have a safe history of usage in Ayurveda (Science of Life) for rejuvenation and nourishment of healthier hair and scalp.
How Things Work
It is a three pronged strategy to deal with the problems of the hair. Low pH Shampoo is used for regular cleaning of the hair and scalp.
Oil helps strengthen the hair roots and healthy hair growth and natural healthy colour to the hair.
Hair gain capsules provide nutrition to the hair.
Neem, Bavchi, Chameli and Lemon have antiseptic properties and act as cleansing agents opening the blocked channels by checking the secretion of sebum.
Brahmi, Amla, Bhringraj & Jatamansi increase the blood circulation and provide nourishment to the hair strengthening the hair roots to promote healthy hair growth.
Haritaki & Bahera restore the color of premature graying of hair.
So the composition of all these herbs helps restore the lost hair, check dandruff and maintains the natural color.
A study of the herbs mentioned below, was carried out on about 500 persons, for a period of 5-6 months. This study was carried out in anticipation of providing relief to the individuals suffering from the complaint of hair loss (Alopecia), with the following particularities:
- Persons for the study were selected from the IPD/OPD of the Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Amritsar, (Punjab) India.
- Persons suffering from the loss of hair (caused by nutritional deficiency, infection and male pattern of baldness) were selected. Some particular cases in which cause for hair loss was related to major skin ailments, like leprosy and cancer, were not considered fit for the study.
Following grades were kept as the criteria for improvement in symptoms :
No. Relief ____________Nil.
Falling of hair stopped ____________Mild Relief.
Falling of hair stopped and appearance of new hair____________ Moderate Relief.
Falling of hair stopped and considerable growth of new hair_________ Good Relief.
The following results were obtained :
110 (22%) persons did not follow the treatment.
30 (08%) persons showed no relief.
105 (21%) persons showed mild relief.
160 (32%) persons showed moderate relief.
95 (19%) persons showed good relief in symptoms.
When applied for a period of 5-6 months, these herbs showed remarkable result. The falling of hair had stopped as well as new hair appeared on the scalp. This was an indication of hair follicles getting activated after following the treatment. The amount of dandruff considerably decreased with simultaneous improvement in the luster and growth of hair.
It has already been mentioned that the "Khalitya Roga" (Alopecia) is the outcome of vitiation of Vata (air), Pitta (fire), Kapha (water), Rakta (blood)and pathological closing of the Romkupas (hair follicles). Therefore, the aim of these natural herbs was directed to counteract vitiated Doshas (humors) simultaneously with the use of use of Panchakarma techniques, viz. Snehana and Swedana to make Romkupas (hair follicles) patent). After the analysis of etiological factors, common causes of baldness seemed to be deficiency of nutritional supplements, infection and male pattern of baldness, i.e., due to the influence of hormones. The herbs, which are used for the treatment, were prepared in oil base for external application. To ensure better penetration of the herbs in the skin, Sesame Oil was selected because it is beneficial in skin diseases, while herbs for oral consumption were administered in powdered from.
"Sanksheptah Kriya Yoga Nidan Parivarjanam", i.e., prevention is better than cure. Thus, a person should avoid the factors which may vitiate Tridoshas (humors), viz. Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water), e.g., Chinta (anxiety), Udvega (tension) and Rusi (dandruff) vitiate Vata (air) Fried food, fast food, Krodha (anger), use of hot water and hair drier may vitiate Pitta (fire). Individuals having oily skin due to Kapha (water), may result in hair falling. Synthetic chemicals like (detergents) shampoos, fragrances, foaming solutions and certain drugs, e.g., oral contraceptives and anticancer drugs may cause the loss of hair. Certain diseases like Kushatha Roga (leprosy), Cancer, Typhoid abscess that prevails for a longer period and deficiency of nutritional substances, e.g. vitamins and minerals, may initiate the loss of hair also. So, if a person wants to have good hair, he should consider all the factors mentioned above and avoid the avoidable. These herbs also help in chronic hair loss (alopecia aerate). In conclusion, it can be said that the Ayurvedic indigenous herbs mentioned above are a simple, safe, feasible and effective regimen for the complaint of hair loss, i.e., "Khalitya Roga" (Alopecia).
Wild Crafted herbs from their natural habitat. Wild Crafted Herbs are more potent and effective than Cultivated Herbs.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease.