Ayurvedic Remedies for Dandruff
By Dr. Shashank Agrawal, Ayurveda
Dandruff is a skin commotion of a scalp that occurs really commonly. An strident or ongoing condition, it involves a arrangement of dry white flakes of passed skin sparse mostly on a scalp and by a length of a hair. In some cases, it is caused by inner factors while in others, by outmost triggers.
Many people find an effective pill for a problem of dandruff that is a widespread health and hygiene concern. This problem can be simply dealt with by a use of Ayurvedic therapy. Ayurveda recognizes that a base means of dandruff lies most deeper than a scalp and seeks to provide a condition in a demeanour that is holistic and giveaway of side effects. Ayurvedic spices and medicines also forestall a problem from repeated in a future.
Some of a ways Ayurvedic medicine can be used to provide dandruff are as follows:
- Scalp Treatment – The initial step to treating dandruff is to urge and say scalp health. This can be achieved by frequently massaging a scalp with Ayurvedic oils that have medicinal properties. Not usually do these oils boost scalp health and provide dandruff, though also make a hair grow thicker, stronger and some-more luscious. Examples of these Ayurvedic oils are ‘bhringraj oil’ and ‘tea tree oil’.
- Panchakarma Therapy – Panchakarma aims to provide a condition by clarification a physique of impurities and recovering it by bringing peace between a critical organs. This diagnosis is an elaborate 5 step routine that purges a physique of all toxins and damaging elements, including those that lead to a arrangement of dandruff.
- Ayurvedic Diet – This involves a expenditure of Ayurvedic dishes with medicinal properties that can reanimate a scalp from a inside and provide a condition of dandruff. Some of a dishes that should be enclosed in a diet are citruses (matulunga), summer fruits such as ‘amra’ and ‘dadima’, coconuts (narikela), ghee, etc. On a other hand, certain food equipment should be avoided as they lead to bad scalp health, that includes dairy products, greasy dishes and extreme sugar.