Henna has been widely used for many years for its beneficial properties. It has been used as a natural colour and for deep conditioning treatment for hair. It can also be used to get rid of the stubborn dandruff. I’ve listed a few packs that can help you control, if not eliminate the occurrence of dandruff. Henna hair packs should be applied at least once a fortnight. Since henna can dry out your hair, avoid using it too frequently. And just a note, the henna hair packs treatment for dandruff will not work on oiled hair.
“Is dandruff hair loss a possibility? How does one interconnect both the conditions?” These are some of the most frequently asked questions by people experiencing hair loss.
Dandruff is one of the most common scalp disorders wherein accumulation of dead skin cells appears onto the scalp in the form of white flakes. This flaky layer of dead cells gets in the way of free breathing of your hair and thus weakens it, leaving it more susceptible to fall out. Furthermore, these scales fall onto the shoulders, eyebrows and even clothes when you comb or scratch your scalp. Therefore, those affected always feel conscious in the crowd.
One of the oldest botanical bulbs known to be consumed by humans is Allium sativum, better known as garlic. Initially cultivated in central Asia, this powerful and pungent tasting aromatic edible bulb, affectionately called ‘stinking rose’, is a member of the Allium genus and is the cousin of onion, shallot, and leek. China is the largest garlic producing nation in the world. Garlic has immense culinary applications and is used as a flavouring agent in almost all cuisines of the world. There are a wide range of healing and therapeutic qualities associated with these cloves like cardio-protective, anti inflammatory, anti fungal and anti bacterial properties to name a few which makes it apt for medicinal use. The antioxidants and essential nutrients in this edible bulb help to treat diseases like skin allergies and skin infections, high blood pressure, cancer, toothache, arthritis, constipation, unwanted weight gain, hair loss etc.