Sunday 5 February 2017

Basil Leaves/Tulsi Benefits for hair

Hair Care Benefits of Basil Leaves/Tulsi

Basil Leaves/Tulsi Benefits for hair

1. Prevent Hair Loss

One of the main cause for hair loss is due to itchiness and sweatiness of scalp. Try applying a paste of basil leaves and add it to your hair oil. Its application will keep your scalp cool. It will also help to cure the hair loss and help you to grow healthy and shiny hair.

2. Treats Dandruff and Dry Scalp

Dandruff is the main cause of hair loss. Basil oil mixed with coconut oil or any other carrier oil is very helpful for improving the blood circulation and keeps hair dandruff free. Its daily application with a suitable hair oil is beneficial for healthy hair growth. 

3. Strengthen the Hair Shaft

Basil leaves works like a wonder for various hair problems. Its application is also useful to cure brittle hair or hair thinning. Basil leaves are effective in strengthening the hair shaft.

4. Treatment of Grey Hair

Using Basil as a hair wash by adding amla powder helps in the treatment of gray hair. Its application gives you natural colored hair and also prevents the hair fall.

5. Boosts Immunity

Tulsi is an amazing plant that is loaded with immunity booster, adaptogens and anti-oxidants. Hence, having Tulsi juice every week works to keeps our scalp healthy and hydrated.

6. Rejuvenate Hair Follicles

Basil leaves stimulate the hair follicles and help in rejuvenating and producing healthy hair.

7. Prevention of Damage by Radiation

Basil leaves are loaded with antioxidant properties like flavonoids, orientin and vicenin that work to protect the body’s cell structures from oxidation, thus preventing cell ageing and death and providing protection against radiation damage.

This amazing plant has a lot of applications. If you are having a Basil plant at your home then you are contributing to clean and healthy environment. It has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antibacterial properties which are not available in every plant. Its medicinal usage as well as its religious importance puts it the first place.

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