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Benefits of Neem Oil And Its Side Effects

Neem oil extracted from neem leaves has great application in medicine and cosmetic industry. Dried leaves of neem may be used as herb to prepare a variety of beauty products and pesticides. Having a unique composition of beneficial organic compounds, neem oil is used for making herbal products that are safe for usage. Right from garnishes, tea to herbal supplements and skin salves, neem is considered as the most versatile plant in the entire India culture. As per the researches, its benefits are magical whether one uses it on hair, skin or for treating stress or viral diseases. Neem oil is used as an agricultural pesticide and also for pet care.

Benefits of Neem Oil And Its Side Effects

Table of Content

Neem Oil
Nutritional Value of Neem Oil
Health Benefits of Neem Oil
Helps in treating skin
Helps get rid of toxins
Treats acne
Reduces inflammation
Contains antioxidants
Protects the skin
Treats fungal infection
Prevents diabetes
Treats malaria
Ensures oral hygiene
Prevents STD
Treats arthritis
Uses of Neem Oil
Side-Effects & Allergies of Neem Oil
Origin And Cultivation of Neem Oil

Neem Oil

Neem oil, is a vegetable oil, which is pressed from the seeds of neem and fruits. ‘Azadirachta Indica’ or Neem is an evergreen tree which is endemic to India, introduced to several other regions including the tropics. Used as a pesticide, neem oil is yellowish brown in color having a bitter taste and smell of garlic and sulphur. The oil of Neem is available commercially for medicines and organic farming. The color of the oil may vary; it can be reddish brown, greenish brown, golden yellow or even bright red. Composed of triglycerides, neem oil is composed of several triterpenoid compounds. Being hydrophobic in nature, it is emulsified in water for several applications. The Azadirachtin compound of neem is a widely studied triterpenoid compound in this oil. Nimbin is again a triterpenoid compound which is credited with properties like antifungal, antiseptic, antihistamine and antipyretic. The oil is extracted from the seed kernels of neem.

Nutritional Value of Neem Oil

‘Azadaracta Indica’ or neem has 45% oil content and has seeds of considerable potential. It is bitter and non-edible. The oil of neem seed has 15% of linoleic acid and 50% oleic acid and no fatty acid. A nutritional study was carried out on rats for 14 weeks which suggested that neem oil has more potential and nutritional value than groundnut oil. Feeding 10% of neem oil to rats, showed a healthy and good growth performance in the rats. Triglycerides and cholesterol in neem oil is again comparable to groundnut oil. Debitterized neem oil has the same kind of nutritional value as other edible oils.

Health Benefits of Neem Oil

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Neem Oil
Health Benefits of Neem Oil

Helps in treating skin

Antibacterial property and antimicrobial properties of neem oil helps to treat a variety of skin conditions. Neem oil is considered as the best tonic for the immune system, both internally and externally. Not only skin conditions, it can address a variety of conditions. Doctors, list a variety of health benefits of neem oil. It is loaded with medicinal properties.

Helps get rid of toxins

Neem is a one-stop pharmacy tree that helps to get rid of body toxins. Whether you use the leaves directly on the skin or the paste, neem extracts can help you to get rid of toxins from the body. By stimulating kidney and liver, neem oil can optimize the body’s metabolic activities and quickly eliminate built up toxins. As a great amount of detritus accumulate in our skin in the form of dust, microbes and germ, neem helps to neutralize pathogens, chemicals and dirt to diminish the chances of skin irritation

Treats acne

Neem oil is a fabulous treatment for acne. It can address and treat even the most challenging of skin conditions, eliminate acne and acne marks. As it has antiseptic properties, neem oil can eliminate bacteria and grease that cause much of the problems. Its antibacterial nature, anti-fungal properties prevent future breakouts.

Reduces inflammation

Consumption of neem oil is associated directly with reducing inflammation of gastrointestinal tract. Neem oil reduces ulcers and powerfully addresses a range of intestinal issues such as bloating, cramping and constipation. The oil may also be used as the healing antidote for infections and stomach flus that may kill the good bacteria in the gut.

Contains antioxidants

Neem is high on antioxidant content and so it reduces the chance of certain kinds of cancers. Antioxidants in the neem oil may help in neutralizing free radicals that are a dangerous aftermath of cellular metabolism. Such free radicals can cause a range of cancerous diseases along with several other chronic diseases in the body. There is a positive correlation between lower risk of cancer diseases and antioxidants. Antioxidants may also keep your cardiovascular system unobstructed and clean.

Protects the skin

Neem oil is a fabulous exfoliant that works like a miracle on the skin. It can shrink large pores and thus prevent the development of pimples, age marks and blemishes.

Treats fungal infection

It helps in the treatment of fungal infection. Diluted neem oil may be directly applied on infected regions of the body including athlete’s foot. Its antifungal effect is highly efficient and rapid to keep intact healthy skin and healthy immunity system.

Prevents diabetes

Although it is quite unclear as to how neem oil helps in the treatment of diabetes, there is a connection between neem oil and lower blood glucose level. Consumption of neem is associated with low demand for insulin. The chemical compounds present in neem can help optimize the functioning of insulin receptor and ensures that your body receives apt amount of insulin to save from diabetes. In fact, the ones who are suffering from diabetes will be less dependent on insulin therapy if they use neem oil.

Treats malaria

As per the unconfirmed researches, neem can help in the treatment of Malaria, its symptoms and can also reduce the probability of its occurrence. Neem is a natural insect repellent and so it is linked to the treatment of malaria. Being nontoxic in nature, neem can help in treating malaria

Ensures oral hygiene

Neem is good for oral health and it is used in most of the oral care products. Its antibacterial property makes it ideal for eliminating bacteria under the gums. So, in a way, it helps to avoid periodontal issues and halitosis or bad breath. Neem oil is used widely in toothpastes, mouthwashes and its flavor is also not bad

Prevents STD

It is also used for reproductive health as a birth control agent and natural spermicide. Neem can reduce the chance of conception without causing any harm to the system. Without affecting libido, neem oil can lower the fertility level, prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

Treats arthritis

If used consistently, neem oil can improve joint health; and treat the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis. The anti-inflammatory properties of neem make it suitable for the treatment of joint diseases.

Uses of Neem Oil

The purified components of neem and neem oil are used in over hundreds of pesticides. The oil of neem is used for a variety of ornamental crops to control insects. It may also be formulated into dust, granules and wet powders. Neem oil can kill insects, germs and pests by reducing an ability to feed. Since it has antiseptic properties, it is used in the preparation of medicines. It can treat a number of ailments like blood disorder, cancer, digestive issues, arthritis and diabetes. Neem oil work wonders on the skin. Skin care products and cosmetics make a wide use of neem extracts. The oil holds a very predominant place in the realm of aromatherapy due to its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and antiseptic properties.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Neem Oil

Despite a plethora of beneficial uses, there are a few side effects as well. Kids, infants and toddlers must refrain from consuming neem oil. Those with kidney and liver diseases cannot use it without the permission of the doctor. Whether it is neem oil, neem paste or neem leaves, the doctor’s consultation is a must. Neem is slightly sedative in nature and so it is associated with fatigue. Be cautious and do not overuse it. If you are using some medications, consult your doctor prior to its usage. If the neem oil is at all used, appropriate dosage must be consumed as per the age, health and medical condition.

Origin And Cultivation of Neem Oil

Despite a plethora of beneficial uses, there are a few side effects as well. Kids, infants and toddlers must refrain from consuming neem oil. Those with kidney and liver diseases cannot use it without the permission of the doctor. Whether it is neem oil, neem paste or neem leaves, the doctor’s consultation is a must. Neem is slightly sedative in nature and so it is associated with fatigue. Be cautious and do not overuse it. If you are using some medications, consult your doctor prior to its usage. If the neem oil is at all used, appropriate dosage must be consumed as per the age, health and medical condition.

Popular Questions & Answers

Hey, what are the benefits of neem oil for hairs. Please suggest neem oil company. Both homeopathy and Ayurvedic will do it. Thanks.

BHMS
Homeopath, Barabanki
Your head Has it's own oil gland which secrete oil useful for hair growth. Hairs never need any oil for their growth. Ita a medical myth. Instead of applying neem or Amla oil it will be better if you start eating Neem and Amla fruits regularly, that would be more helpful.
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What is the best treatment for big toe nail bed infection? Which is the best ointment. It recurs every 3 to 4 months.

M.B.B.S, M.D (skin and v.d)
Dermatologist, Faridabad
If it is recurrent you should take preventive measures like removal of source of infection (nose, ears,umblicus) by topical like T-bact cream two times application for 5 days each month 2) using anti bacterial soap for bath soapex 3) soak feet for Luke warm water added with 1 grain of potassium permanganate 4) Avoid occlusive footwear like shoes 5) Antibiotic course for present infection 6) see if you have hyperhidrosis and take appropriate Rx 7) if you have ingrown nail, you can go for partial nail avulsion with matricectomy.
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My wife gets burning sensation in vagina after intercourse. Please suggest some ointment.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello- Use INDIAN LILAC. Better known as neem, is known for its medicinal properties and can help in the vaginal issues caused by yeast infections as it has antibacterial properties which help in reducing the infection resulting into the disappearance of itching and burning sensations. Rinsing the vaginal areas with lukewarm water mixed with neem oil helps in getting a quick relief.

My son is 2 years 3 Months old. He is not ready to wean off from breast milk. I have applied neem oil, trifla powder and black pepper on the nipples also but he takes it readily. I am 2 Months pregnant also. What should I do?

MBBS, Diploma In Ultrasound, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Bangalore
You need to see paediatrician. But definately continuing breast feeding can trigger uterus to act and can can end up with abortion.

Popular Health Tips

Neem Oil (Neem ka Tel) Benefits and Side Effects in Hindi - नीम के तेल के फायदे और नुकसान

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
Neem Oil (Neem ka Tel) Benefits and Side Effects in Hindi - नीम के तेल के फायदे और नुकसान

स्वाद में कड़वेपन के लिए जाना जाने वाला नीम औषधीय गुणों से भरपूर होता है. इसके सभी हिस्सों का इस्तेमाल औषधीय उपयोग के लिए किया जाता है. औषधीय इस्तेमाल के अलावा इसका प्रयोग सौन्दर्य प्रसाधनों के निर्माण में भी किया जाता है. इसमें ओलिक और लिनोलिक एसिड जैसे फैटी एसिड पाए जाते हैं जो कि हमारे त्वचा के लिए फायदेमंद होते हैं. नीम के तेल के फायदे और नुकसान निम्लिखित हैं.

  • बालों के लिए: बालों को स्वस्थ और सुन्दर बनाने में भी नीम की महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका होती है. नीम के तेल का इस्तेमाल बालों में लगाने के लिए भी कर सकते हैं. इसके लिए इसमें बादाम या नारियल का तेल मिलाकर उपयोग कर सकते हैं.: 
  • सफाई के लिए: नीम का तेल जीवाणुरोधी होने के कारण कपड़ों, गद्दों, और कालीनों की सफाई के लिए भी उपयोग किया जाता है. जीवाणुओं की सफाई करने के लिए इसे धोने वाले डिटर्जेंट में मिलाकर साफ करें.
  • एंटी एजिंग के रूप में: नीम उच्चस्तरीय एंटीऑक्सिडेंट से भरपूर होता है. इसलिए ये त्वचा को बाहरी पर्यावरणीय नुकसान से बचाता है. एंटीऑक्सिडेंट मुक्त कणों को नष्ट करके हमारे त्वचा की रक्षा करता है. इसके अलावा नीम के तेल में फैटी एसिड और विटामिन सी भी पाया जाता है. ये त्वचा में पड़ने वाली झुर्रियों को रोककर वृद्धावस्था के लक्षणों को भी रोकता है.
  • घाव भरने में: एक और पांच के अनुपात में नीम का तेल और वेसेलिन मिलाकर इसके घावों या कटे पर लगाने से घाव तो भरते ही हैं वहां पर जीवाणु भी नहीं पनपते हैं.
  • मुंहासे हटाने के लिए: नीम के तेल में मौजूद एस्पिरिन नाम का यौगिक त्वचा से जीवाणुओं को नष्ट करने का काम करता है. इसमें पाया जाने वाला फैटी एसिड मुंहासे के निशान को ख़त्म करने का काम करता है.अशुद्धियों को हटाने के लिए इसे फेस मास्क के रुप में भी इस्तेमाल किया जा सकता है.
  • जूं हटाने के लिए: यदि आप भी बालों में होने वाले जूं से परेशान हैं तो आपको नीम का तेल रात में सर में लगाकर सो जाना चाहिए. सुबह में जूं हटाने वाले कंघी से बालों को कंघी करें. इससे जूं ख़त्म हो जाते हैं.
  • पौधों के संरक्षण में: नीम का तेल पौधों के संरक्षण में भी इस्तेमाल किया जाता है. इसके लिए बर्तन साफ करने वाले तरल को एक स्प्रे बोतल में नीम के तेल के साथ भर लें और इसे पौधों पर छिड़क दें.
  • रुसी हटाने में: सी बालों की एक आम समस्या है जिससे लगभग सभी लोग परेशान हैं. इसे दूर करने के लिए शैम्पू में नीम का तेल मिलाकर इस्तेमाल किया जा सकता है. इससे बालों के वृद्धि और विकास में भी मदद मिलती है.
  • एक्जीमा के उपचार में: एक्जीमा जैसी त्वचा की समस्याओं को दूर करने में भी नीम के तेल का फायदा नजर आ जाता है. नीम में जबरदस्त एंटी फंगल गुण पाया जाता है. जो कि हमारे त्वचा से दाद और नाख़ून में फंगल जैसी समस्याओं को दूर करता है.
  • पिगमेंटेशन के लिए: नीम का तेल त्वचा में मेलेनिन का उत्पादन धीमा कर देता है. यह पिगमेंटेशन को घटाकर त्वचा को साफ़ और सुन्दर बनाने में काफी मददगार साबित होता है. इसके नियमित उपयोग से ऐसा हो सकता है.
  • मच्छर भगाने के लिए: नीम के तेल का उपयोग कई तरीके से कई समस्याओं को ख़त्म करने के लिए किया जाता है. जिस पानी से मच्छर उत्पन्न होने की सम्भावना है उसमें इसका तेल मिला देने से मच्छर नहीं पनपते हैं.
     

नीम के तेल का नुकसान:

  • नीम के तेल से कुछ लोगों में एलर्जी की समस्या भी उत्पन्न हो सकती है.
  • कुछ हद तक नीम के तेल में गर्भंनिरोधक गुण भी मौजूद होते हैं.
  • बच्चों के लिए इसे सुरक्षित नहीं मना जाता है.

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Allergic Dermatitis and How Ayurveda Can Help?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Karnal
Allergic Dermatitis and How Ayurveda Can Help?

Skin allergies causing dermatitis are very common and can be caused by allergic reactions to food substances like peanuts or eggs. However, it is more common when there is physical contact with some allergens, for example, nickel (used in belts and artificial jewellery; rubber in watch straps or wristbands). The person would usually develop an itch and rash, which could be localised or generalised.

Ayurveda believes in a two fold management of allergic dermatitis. While the first one is aimed at improved skin care routine, the second one is aimed at using natural remedies for managing dermatitis (rash and eczema).

Skincare

  1. Avoid soap or use a mild soap, as it removes the acidic layers of the skin, which are essential for preventing infections.
  2. Use cold plain water in summer or take a warm bath during the winter season.
  3. Use a smooth, soft towel, and avoid rubbing.
  4. For dry skin, apply oil on your skin for an hour before taking bath. Alternately, add olive oil or neem oil to your bath water.
  5. Do not take frequent, long, or hot baths.
  6. Avoid stepping out during extreme weather.
  7. Keep away from blankets and woollens.
  8. Ensure your diet does not contain usual allergy-producing stuff like peanuts, eggs, milk, cheese, fish, etc.
  9. Avoid artificial jewellery, rubber footwear, fur, and synthetic fabrics which can increase the rash and eczema.
  10. Overall, get enough physical and mental rest, avoid taking the stress, and sleep well and eat well.
  11. Avoid scratching the affected skin.
  12. Preferably wear cotton and avoid wearing tight-fitting clothes.

In addition to the above overall skin care measures, the affected area needs to be given additional care and treatment to relieve the symptoms.

  1. With its soothing properties, honey is proven to be very effective in treating many skin conditions. It can be diluted with water and applied on the affected area.
  2. This provides relief from the itching, which is very common with blisters. This is especially useful in the area under the eyes.
  3. Crushing a cup of oatmeal and adding it to the bath water helps in cleansing the skin and removes the dead skin. It also provides relief against irritation, soothes the skin, and provides relief from the itching.
  4. The juice of the tender leaves of tephrossia purpurea (sarapunkha) and terminal catapa (jangali badam) can be applied to the affected skin, which provides great relief. Twice a day, after meals, tries panchanimbaadi choornam.
  5. A paste of sesame oil, juice of arka and turmeric can be applied on the affected part.
  6. Mix two teaspoonful of pancha tikta ghrita guggul in warm milk and have it on an empty stomach. This mixture is an effective remedy for eczema.
  7. Kadirarista mixed with water in equal proportions can be consumed twice daily after meals.
  8. The next time you are faced with allergic skin reactions, try these measures and see the benefits for yourself. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.
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Monsoon Skin Care Tips!

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Monsoon Skin Care Tips!

Skin care tips

  • Most of the times use soap free cleansers and a good scrub so as to keep your skin moist all the time.
  • An alcohol free toner is suggested as the high humidity could open up your pores (toning is usually followed after cleansing).
  • Most of them stop using sunscreen once the climate turns cool, but you must continue it even if it is cloudy.
  • Heavy makeup is a huge turn off in rains, better if one opts for a water- proof makeup.
  • Opt for a lotion- based serum, which keeps your skin rehydrated and brightens it up.
  • Avoid bleaching and facials in this season, as bleaching could do more harm for your face and facial makes your skin rough.
  • Wash your lips at night and apply some milk cream. Avoid lipsticks especially the dark shaded ones. Apply coconut oil if they are slightly cracked.
  • Waxing, pedicure, and manicure are always recommended to give your skin and body a toned look all the time.
  • Always wash your face, hands and feet as soon as you reach your home with lukewarm water. This makes you feel refreshed and stay healthy.
  • However there are different other methods based on whether the skin is oily or dry. These are the general tips that you must follow as the season begins.

Hair care tips

  • Most of the times try to protect your hair from rains, but that’s something impossible as we get caught in rains at least once in a while.
  • As you reach home better wash your hair with mild shampoos and let it dry.
  • Always apply shampoos in a gentle manner and do not forget to use a conditioner in this season after every wash.
  • At night times, massage your hair with warm coconut oil and comb your hair for the even distribution of oil on your scalp and hair.
  • You can also try applying warm oil mixed with curry leaves for your hair to remain thick and black.
  • Usually in this season you invite itchy scalp because of dandruff or some other reasons. For such irritating scalp applying neem oil is the best remedy.
  • Replacing herbal products in place of heavy organic shampoos and conditioners to maintain the natural glossy look of the hair would be best suggestible.
  • Hair coloring is not a good idea in this season as it takes very long to wash your hair and dry. Keep it as natural as possible.
  • Beer is a good conditioner. Initially wash your hair with beer and after few minutes wash it off with cold water. This tip helps your hair in adding glow to your hair.
  •  Use of hair dryers though necessary it is better suggested if you limit its usage. Instead opt for dry towels to remove moist from your hair.
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Ayurveda - How It Can Treat Hair Loss?

MD, DYA, PGDCR
Ayurveda, Nashik
Ayurveda - How It Can Treat Hair Loss?

Hair loss is not just an aesthetic issue, it also lowers self esteem and confidence level, affecting the overall morale and personality. Ayurveda considers hair loss to be a problem associated with excessive pita and a combination of yoga, meditation, massage oils, and hair products can help cure hair fall. In terms of yoga, there are specific asanas which increase blood flow to the scalp and thereby promote hair growth.

Hair loss also is believed to be an effect of stress and anxiety, so meditation to calm the mind and body plays a great role in controlling hair loss. Light oils like almond oil and castor oil, when warmed and massaged onto the scalp, induce hair growth and can help control hair fall. There are various products which are believed to have a dramatic effect on hair fall.

  1. Bhringaraj: Known as the king of herbs, its literal meaning is “king of hair". It reverses balding, prevents premature graying, and also promotes hair growth. It is available as oil and as powder, its leaves also can be used as a paste that is left in place for a couple of hours and then washed off. The bhringaraj powder can also be mixed with other products like amla and tulsi and coconut oil to give shine to the hair.
  2. Brahmi: This works by promoting growth of the follicles and nourishing the roots. It also reduces dandruff and removes dead skin from the scalp, thereby reducing itchiness. Mixed with curd and lukewarm water and applied on the hair regularly, it can turn the hair shiny and thick. It can also be mixed with ritha, alma, and tulsi for better results.
  3. Ritha: Soap nut powder has been used for centuries to promote hair growth. It has very mild soap and so can be used even daily. Soak it overnight and use the water to wash off hair. It contains saponin which adds to the hair strength and shine.
  4. Shikakai: Meaning “fruit for hair,” this has loads of antioxidants and vitamins which nourish the hair. It retains the natural oils in the scalp, and so adds to the shine and strength of the hair. The powder can be mixed with warm water or oil to form a paste that is applied on the hair and left in place for a couple of hours. It can also be added to tea and then used on the hair.
  5. Neem: Reduces itchiness, cools the scalp, improves blood circulation, and cures the scalp of itchiness, scaliness and dandruff. Water boiled with neem leaves and neem oil produce very good results.

The next time you are worried of hair fall, try these options and see the difference. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.

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Hair Fall - How to Control It Naturally?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Saharanpur
Hair Fall - How to Control It Naturally?

With changing lifestyles and environmental pollution, hair fall is becoming a bigger issue than it was a few decades ago. People in their 20s and 30s are losing hair, necessitating hair transplant.
Hair fall definitely affects a person’s esthetics, but it is a bigger issue than what just meets the eye. Hair fall especially in men can lead to baldness and when it occurs in the younger years, it affects their overall personality and self-esteem. Hair loss is usually associated with old age and this gives them an appearance much older than they actually are. This can even lead to depression and personality changes.
Ayurveda believes that hair loss has a deep-rooted problem. It believes that a combination of hair products, massage, meditation, and yoga can help in curing hair fall.

There are various products which are believed to have a dramatic effect on hair fall.

  1. Bhringaraj: This literally translates to the “king of hair.” Available for use in various forms like oil, powder or paste, this helps hair health in multiple ways reversing hair loss, promotes growth, and controls premature greying.
  2. Ritha: Ritha and shikakai are used as natural hair wash products for centuries. Minus the chemicals, they are excellent for preventing hair fall and also add to hair shine and strength.
  3. Shikakai: Another natural cleanser for the hair, it is loaded with vitamins antioxidants. It also helps retain the natural oils in the scalp. It can be mixed with water or with tea residue and applied as a paste on the hair.
  4. Brahmi: Another wonder product for the hair, it promotes hair follicles, nourishes the roots, removes dead skin from the scalp, and reduces hair fall. This can be used in combination with amla, tulsi, and curd for combined benefits.
  5. Neem: This again can be used as oil or as a paste. Neem helps hair fall by improving blood circulation, reducing dandruff and reduces itchiness. It has a cooling effect on the scalp.

In addition to these products, Ayurveda has other ways to control hair fall.

  1. Specific yoga asanas are believed to improve hair fall. These asanas which mostly require the person to stand on their head increase blood flow to the scalp and promote hair growth.
  2. A major reason for hair loss is stress and anxiety, and so meditation which helps in stress management can help in controlling hair fall and hair loss.
  3. Various oils like castor oil, coconut oil, neem oil, olive oil, almond oil, etc., can be used at slightly warm temperatures to massage the scalp. This promotes the hair follicles and promotes hair growth.

The next time you are worried about hair fall, try these options and see the difference. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurvedic Doctor.

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Neem Oil
Nutritional Value of Neem Oil
Health Benefits of Neem Oil
Helps in treating skin
Helps get rid of toxins
Treats acne
Reduces inflammation
Contains antioxidants
Protects the skin
Treats fungal infection
Prevents diabetes
Treats malaria
Ensures oral hygiene
Prevents STD
Treats arthritis
Uses of Neem Oil
Side-Effects & Allergies of Neem Oil
Origin And Cultivation of Neem Oil