Indian Gooseberry Juice For Hair
Page Medically Reviewed and Edited by Cyrus Khambatta, PhD
If I told you that you could get healthy, glimmering, beautiful hair in the next 14 days, would you jump at the chance?
I bet you would—as most people would as well
The simple fact is:
Healthy looking hair shows the whole world that everything within you—health-wise—is in tip-top shape!
You see, when everything on the inside is working the way it should be, and all the cells of your body are healthy and working in unity, then it shows in shiny, luxurious looking hair.
It’s when your hair is brittle, thin, graying, or even stringy that there may be a problem internally.
But it can easily be remedied—possibly within 14 days—by using an old technique straight from Ayurvedic medicine.
The easiest way to accomplish this … is by drinking Indian Gooseberry juice.
What Is Indian Gooseberry?
The Indian Gooseberry, popularly known as Amla, may be one of the sacred, lost found treasures for improving your health. In fact, this special fruit, grown on the Amla tree in India, is considered the “king” of antioxidants, beating out popular favorites, such as Goji and Acai berry. Even Turmeric doesn’t stand a chance against the power of amla.
This tiny fruit, grown in the Autumn months, has been used for centuries Ayrudevic medicine to treat any number of aliments.
From aiding in digestion to improving your immunity, Amla may be the answer you’ve been looking for.
Packed with vitamin C and plenty of other antioxidants, Amla may help to destroy free radicals that may be causing chaos throughout your body.
Some of the benefits of Amla include:
- Weight loss
- Relief from constipation
- Blood purifier
- Cooling agent
- Lowers blood sugar
- Soothes inflammation
- Prevents damage from free radicals
- Cancer prevention
- And many, many others.
Now, Amla may come in many different forms—from powder to juice—each with their own unique benefits.
But no matter what kind of Amla you take there is nothing that seems to more powerful or effective when it comes to improving the health of your hair.
Gooseberry For Your Hair
There are many different benefits of using Indian Gooseberry, or Amla, for your hair.
Some of those benefits include:
- Prevention of Dandruff
Amla juice has many antimicrobial properties—meaning is helps kill microorganisms that may make you sick or, at least, stops their growth.
This is especially important when it comes to dandruff. Dandruff, which may be caused by the bacteria(s) Propionibacterium and Staphylococcus, appear in your hair and on your clothing.
But thanks to the antimicrobial properties found in Amla, rinsing your scalp every day with its juice may eliminate the bacteria causing dandruff to disappear.
- Scalp Health
Rinsing your scalp with Amla may also cleanse your scalp and bring circulation to it.
This could improve the health of the skin of your scalp, stimulate hair growth, and could also add some shine to your hair.
- Stimulate Hair Growth
Drinking Amla juice may accelerate hair growth, therefore giving you longer, thicker hair.
How does this happen?
It may stimulate hair follicles on your scalp, therefore stimulating hair growth.
Plus, the juice could stimulate non-functioning hair follicles to functioning properly, therefore accelerating future hair growth.
- Returns Natural Hair Color
As you get older, one of your main concerns may be with your hair color.
More specifically, how can you prevent graying hair from occurring! Well, one way to do this is by using Amla on your hair every day.
Amla contains naturally-occurring tannins, which acts as a natural hair dye, so using this as a mask or rinse, could prevent premature graying.
Plus, most commercial hair dyes may contain Amla, which protects and naturally colors your hair.
- Soft, Silky Hair
Besides shampoo, there are a lot of different types of conditioners on the market these days.
Each one claims it will give you long, shiny, soft, and silky hair. But it may accomplish this feat with chemicals that could easily get into your body.
And these chemicals may cause other issues that could be detrimental to your health.
Instead of reaching for your favorite conditioner, you should give all-natural Amla juice a try!
Due to the high moisture content found in Amla, it may make dry hair a thing of the past.
- Keeps Hair Problems Away
Many people experience one of more problems with their hair on a daily basis. Things like: split ends, brittle and dry hair, or even hair loss may be remedied by drinking or applying Amla to your hair and scalp.
The Amazing Benefits Of Indian Gooseberry For Hair and Health
People spend hundreds or thousands of dollars each year on hair dyes and hair growth formulas.
They do this to have a full head of hair that is long, shiny, and luscious.
But they may not have to. You see, Indian Gooseberry juice, may be just as effective as other hair growth or dye products.
In fact, this powerful juice has been used for centuries in ancient Ayurvedic medicine as a way to boost your overall health by reducing blood sugar levels, aiding in digestion, lowering cholesterol, and improving skin and hair health.
It may ensure that you’re as beautiful on the inside as you are on the outside.
When it comes to hair health, it may have a step up on the competition. The juice itself may cleanse your scalp, therefore stimulating hair growth and keeping dandruff at bay.
Plus, drinking this juice everyday may stimulate non-functioning hair follicles to start functioning again, which could accelerate hair growth.
Using it could give you longer, stronger, shinier, more natural-looking hair that you can’t get from a box.
There is only one problem associated with it:
This powerful juice is very bitter, which people use a variety of ways to make it palatable for your taste buds.
In fact, most people who drink it daily dump sugar and salt into the juice, which could detract from the health benefits.
But we have found a different way …
We have combined Amla with dark, green Oolong tea leaves for a smooth and mild tea, packed with all the antioxidant power of Amla and the gentle taste of Oolong Green Tea.
This way you can flush your body with a powerful concentration of vitamin C, antioxidants, flavonoids, and polyphenols, when your body may need them the most.
Give Amla Green Tea A Try Today For Stronger, Healthier Looking Hair.
Page Medically Reviewed and Edited by
Cyrus Khambatta, PhD
Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, is a cofounder of Mastering Diabetes and Amla Green is an internationally recognized nutrition and fitness coach who has been living with type 1 diabetes since 2002. Using an evidence-based approach to nutrition and fitness, he first reduced his own insulin usage by more than 40%, and has educated thousands of people with all forms of diabetes how to reverse insulin resistance using food as medicine. Cyrus earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 2003, then earned a PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from the University of California at Berkeley in 2012. He is the co-host of the annual Mastering Diabetes Online Summit, a featured speaker at the Plant-Based Nutrition and Healthcare Conference (PBNHC), the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) Conference, Plant Stock, and has been featured on Forks Over Knives, NPR, PBS, KQED, Fast Company, and is the author of the upcoming book Mastering Diabetes.
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