• ayurvedic-amla-oil

      Ayurvedic Amla oil

      The Ayurvedic Amla oil derives from the Ayurvedic tradition and hit the market only in the fifties. It’s extracted by the Amla tree, which is an Indian gooseberry, belonging to the Phyllanthaceae family. The Amla tree is very rich in vitamin C, which harmonizes all the doshas and makes the hair soft and brillant. Further qualities of this plant are: diuretic, refreshing, congesting, digestive, antioxidant and anti- emetic.

      The amla is furthermore used to treat the following diseases: inflammations on the genitals, logorrhoea, osteoporosis, hypotonia, ulcers, overacidification, lack of appetite, neurosis, arteriosclerosis, lacks of memory, cataracts, jaundice, hepatitis, dypsepsia, burns, bleedings, asthma, catarrh, bronchitis. In case of dry hair the oil can be massaged onto the scalp, if the hair is greasy the oil can be massaged onto the ends of it. The oil is excellent to protect the hair from sun and salt. It nourishes the hair and prevents dundruffs, the mixture of herbs, of which it consists, relaxes the spirit and banishes stress. Apart from the Indian gooseberry the amla oil contains further ingredients such as: sunflower seed oil, neem oil, castor oil, henna, camphor, sesame oil, sweet almond oil, seeds of the Indian basil. This oil is especially recommended for the regeneration of the hair after summer. It should act on the hair at least for one hour, the hair can be dry or humid, afterwards it can be washed with a gentle shampoo.