Benefits of Neem Leaves for the Hair


Almost everyone experiences hair loss and losing a few strands everyday is normal. It becomes a serious problem if you lose abnormal amount of hair especially when it is clubbed up with hair thinning. Medically it is known as alopecia and there are many causes for hair loss like dandruff, malnutrition, lack of moisture, accumulation of toxins, etc.

Neem LeavesExcessive hair loss can result in baldness. Now a day, hair transplantation is becoming very popular as a permanent treatment for baldness. India is one of the famous country which provides the best quality of hair transplantation. You will get an affordable hair transplant in Pune, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

If you are on a lookout for effective natural remedy then look no further. Neem leaves are an answer to your problems. These leaves have been used since ancient times to treat skin issues and hair loss. Blood purifying and anti-microbial properties of neem leaves, helps tackle the root cause of hair loss. It cures the internal problems, minimizes hair loss and boost healthy hair growth.

Neem leaves adds natural glow to your skin, resolves all skin allergies, treats boils, acne, blemishes, bacterial and viral infections, etc.

Various ways to use neem leaves to reduce hair loss

Neem oil

Having a healthy nourished scalp is of utmost importance for the growth of healthy hair. However the scalp is affected by many factors such as dandruff, dry and flaky scalp, etc which trigger hair loss. Excessive production of sebum makes the scalp oily and clogs the pores, which in turn prohibits hair growth resulting in hair thinning.

Applying neem oil solves all these issues. It is applied to the scalp to treat infections. Warm the oil and massage the scalp with it. Wash your hair after an hour and you can repeat this process twice a week.

The smell of neem oil may be a hindrance but bear with it as it helps you achieve lustrous hair.

Boiling neem leaves

Boil a handful of neem leaves in water till the water changes color indicating that it has extracted the medicinal value of the neem leaves. Cool the mixture and remove the leaves. Use this to rinse the hair after shampooing. This remedy opens clogged pores by eliminating the dandruff.

Grind neem leaves

You could also grind the neem leaves into a paste and use it to reduce hair loss.

Grind fresh neem leaves to a fine paste using a little hot water. Apply this paste to your hair from the scalp to the tips and wrap your hair in a towel. Wash your hair thoroughly after one or two hours. If the paste is coarse then it will be difficult to remove the remnants of neem leaves.

Added benefits of this remedy

  • Treats itchy scalp
  • Treats scalp infections
  • Minimizes inflammation of the scalp
  • Eliminates head lice
  • Prevents premature graying

Neem leaf powder

Neem leaf powder is easily available at any departmental stores or pharmacy but make sure to use the organic one. Make a paste of this powder and apply it to the scalp. Wash it off when it dries.

But using fresh neem leaves is highly recommended.

Consuming baby neem leaves

Neem leaves are natural blood purifier as they remove the toxins from the internal organs and blood. Medicinal properties of neem leaves help to heal infections and purify the organs.

Grind baby neem leaves to a fine paste and swallow a cheery sized paste with water or have it by mixing the paste with buttermilk. Though it tastes bad it is excellent for your health. Major reason for hair loss is the accumulation of toxins in our body.

Why are baby neem leaves favored?

It is difficult to tolerate the bitter taste of matured neem leaves and also the baby leaves are fresh and tender. As the taste and aroma lingers in your taste buds for a long time it is better to have fresh leaves.

It purifies the blood ensuring improved blood circulation which in turn minimizes hair loss.

Your health is reflected through your skin and hair. Effective functioning of the internal organs will make you glow with nourished hair.

Consuming neem leaves was a familiar routine in the past. Children were fed neem leaves paste twice a month and also given neem oil bath.

Incorporate these simple remedies from this versatile tree which is found everywhere.

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