Ayurvedic herbs


These plants are known for their large, colourful flowers. Hibiscus bright pretty flower is excellent for your hair and is one of the most popular herbs. Hibiscus helps boost healthy hair growth by strengthening hair follicles, as it is rich in Vitamin C, whose deficiency is known to cause hair loss.

Benefits – Prevents baldness, prevents premature greying of hair, treats dandruff and a good deep-conditioner for hair.


Indian Gooseberry

Amla, known as the Indian gooseberry, is the extremely sour fruit of a tree that grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries.  It will strengthen your hair follicles and reduce hair fall. It will also improve blood circulation and promote hair growth. Its anti-bacterial properties keep dandruff at bay. Amla enhances hair’s natural colour by preventing premature greying.

Benefits – Prevents hair fall, promotes hair growth, natural hair conditioner, scalp cleanser, treats dandruff and provides natural shine.



Fenugreek is a unique herb that has long been used in Ayurveda. Fenugreek powder is a rich source of iron and protein, which are essential nutrients for hair growth. The antecedent, protein and nicotinic acid in fenugreek strengthen the hair shaft and prevent breakage.

Benefits – Helps restore lustre, reduces dandruff and scalp irritation.


Pumpkin Seed Oil

Nettle leaves contain notable amounts of selenium, zinc, iron, and magnesium. It contains lot of antioxidants, has anti-inflammatory properties and DHT blocker. DHT–dihydrotestosterone is a metabolite of main male hormone: testosterone. High levels of DHT have been linked to both male and female baldness. Research confirms that nettle leaves have a potential to inhibit 5-alpha-reductase–the enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT and therefore blocks its production.

Benefits – Stimulates scalp & helps in hair regrowth, preventing baldness.



Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda. Ashwagandha possesses powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which help in keeping the scalp healthy.

Benefits – Strengthens hair and maintains healthy scalp.



Brahmi is popular Ayurvedic and traditional remedy for hair problems. This herb helps in forming a protective layer around the hair fibres. It helps in ensuring the hair remains lustrous and glossy.

Benefits – Reduce hair fall, maintains strong & thicker hair



Bhringraj is said to promote hair growth, strengthen hair, and prevent greying and dandruff. Bhringraj also contains vitamin E, which is known to fight free radicals that can impede hair growth. It has antimicrobial and antifungal properties that can help reduce dandruff. The oil also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help psoriasis or other skin irritations on the scalp.

Benefits – Promote hair growth, strengthen hair, prevent greying and dandruff, helps in scalp health.


Gotu Kola

Gotu kola is one of the most popular Ayurvedic herbs. It has been proven to increase hair length and stimulate hair growth

Benefits – Strengthen hair and promote hair growth


Curry Leaves

Curry leaves are rich in antioxidants and proteins, these antioxidants neutralize the free radicals and keep your hair healthy and strong.

Benefits – Treats damaged hair, reduces hair fall and prevents premature greying of hair.



Licorice powder promotes blood circulation in the scalp and nourishes the roots by supplying vital nutrients to the hair follicles

Benefits- Healthy shiny hair, nourishes the roots and improves blood circulation



The essential nutrients and natural ingredients present in vetiver oil make it a one-stop solution for all your hair woes. Blessed with anti-microbial properties, this oil improves blood circulation in the hair follicles, prevents various hair infections and also takes part in collagen formation

Benefits–  Stimulates hair growth, prevents scalp infections


Tanners Cassia

Tanners Cassia have been widely used in Ayurveda. It contains phytochemical saponins, which have natural antimicrobial activity. It is used in the treatment of various fungal and microbial infections and is a natural solution for any scalp condition. Tanners cassia is a natural source of antioxidants.

Benefits – Managing hair growth, prevent hair fall, and aids in hair rejuvenation.


Rose Petals

Rose has astringent properties that cleanse the scalp, remove product build-up, and close pores. It has antimicrobial properties that help to provide nourishment to hair. It contains vitamins C, D and B3, which stimulate blood flow, promote regeneration of new hair cells and add an irresistible shine to your hair!

Benefits – Helps to get rid of dandruff, stabilizes the pH level, hydrates hair and improves hair growth.


Coleus Vettiveroides Root

Coleus Vettiveroides Root or Vilamichair Ver is included in the single drug list of the Ayurvedic Formulary of India. The plant is cultivated in southern India for its fragrant roots, which are used medicinally and as a hair tonic.

Benefits – Promotes hair growth.


Spanish Cherry

The Spanish cherry is a medium-sized evergreen tree belonging to the Sapotaceae family. Consuming this as liquid will treat leprosy and grey hair in young people.

Benefits – Treat grey hair in young people.


Senna Leaf

Senna leaves and the fruit of the plant are used to make hair tonic. Senna can be applied topically to get smooth, shiny, and strong hair.

Benefits – Improves scalp condition, treats dandruff, maintains healthy hair.


Black Seed

Black seed have been used to make medicine for over 2000 years. Black seed also known as Black cumin or kalonji. Balck seed is used worldwide for dermatological purposes, especially for hair oils and there’s good reason for it.

Benefits – Hydrates and nourishes the hair, helps with scalp conditions and promote hair growth.


Henna Seeds

Henna seeds are small, brown, and triangular. Henna or Mehandi is a medicinal plant. Its bark and seeds are used in Unani and Ayurvedic medicine. The natural properties of henna help promote hair growth exponentially.

Benefits – Boosts hair growth, regulates oil secretion and repairs hair damage


AIkanet Root

The part of the herb used is the root. On your hair alkanet root help with encouraging hair growth, putting a stop to shedding and is chosen for premature greying.

Benefits – Helps arrest hair fall, baldness and premature greying.


Sweet Flag

Acorus calamus (also called sweet flag, sway or muskrat root, among many common names) is a species of flowering plant with psychoactive chemicals. In Korea, there is a tradition to wash hair in water infused with sweet flag to enable lustrous hair and prevent hair loss.

Benefits – Enable lustrous hair and prevent hair loss.


Magnolia Champaca

Magnolia champaca, known in English as champak, is a large evergreen tree in the family Magnoliaceae. Magnolia Champaca. It is a popular herb used popularly in Southern India for all hair and scalp problems.

Benefits – Cure hair loss, promotes scalp health.


Indian Screw Tree

Helicteres isora, sometimes called the Indian screw tree, is a small tree or large shrub found in southern Asia and northern Oceania. It is used in Ayurvedic, Siddha, Unani medical systems and/or local folk traditional medicines in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan.

Benefits – Treats grey hair in young people



Indian Hog Plum

Hog plum is a moderate sized deciduous tree, locally known as ‘Ambate’ or ‘Ambade kaai’. It also promotes hair growth as it has high content of iron and it improves blood circulation.

Benefits – Stimulates hair growth and improves overall hair health.



Applying a small amount of clove oil, will stimulate the growth of hair and revive dead follicles. They also provide a better hair shaft and control unwanted hair fall from brushing and washing.

Benefits – Hair growth , control hair fall, treats dandruff.



Psoralea Corylifolia

Psoralea corylifolia, commonly known as babchi, is a popular herb, which has since long been used in traditional Ayurveda for making hair tonics.

Benefits – Promotes Hair Growth & helps in scalp health.



Cardamom contains potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. Cardamom is considered very beneficial in making hair shiny.

Benefits – Promotes hair growth, shiny hair and remove dandruff.




Cinnamon contains procyanidins that possess anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antifungal properties. It helps protect the scalp and hair from free radical damage, irritation, and inflammation, and prevent dandruff.

Benefits – Improves Hair Length, Density, promotes hair growth and prevent dandruff



Camphor is a powder that originally came from the bark and wood of the camphor tree. Camphor has a strong fragrance that helps in killing lice and thoroughly cleanse your hair scalp. It works as a great disinfecting agent for your hair.

Benefits – Excellent for dandruff and lice treatment, improves scalp health.


Star Anise

Star anise is used to lubricate hair. In addition, it also helps to repair damaged hair. Massaging the scalp with star anise oil stimulates the growth of new hair. Star anise seeds contain ingredients that might have activity against bacteria, yeast, and fungi.

Benefits – Helps in growing thick and long hair, treats scalp conditions.


Bay Leaf

Research suggests that bay leaves can boost hair growth and also strengthen your hair follicles. Bay leaf can help in enriching hair and gently coaxing the scalp to regrow hair. Bay leaf for hair growth can be used by infusing hair oils like coconut or almond oil with bay leaf.

Benefits – Shinier hair, gets rid of dandruff, fights lice/dandruff and boosts hair growth


White Turmeric

It has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial property. The dried rhizomes of white turmeric are used for medicinal properties. Due to its astringent properties, it effectively treats dandruff and scalp infections, thereby strengthening the scalp health and reducing hair loss.

Benefits – Combats hair loss, promoting hair growth, and removing dandruff.


Sandalwood Powder

Sandalwood oil is highly valuable in treating hair problems like dandruff and prevents hair fall. Applying sandalwood oil on the scalp is very useful for hair growth.

Benefits – Keeps scalp clean, prevents dandruff and promotes hair growth.



Black pepper

The vitamin C present in black pepper can help in cleaning your scalp and getting rid of dead hair cells from the scalp. Black pepper is packed with antibacterial properties that can help fight scalp infection, which in turn, helps reduce hair fall.

Benefits – Fight scalp infection, reduce hair fall