Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Ginger treatment for Hair loss

Ginger treatment for Hair loss.
Ginger is a widely used spices which origins from the Zingiber Officinale Herb roots. Ginger is used widely in Asian foods and you must have come across it in Christmas cookies but it also is used for treating various diseases including respiratory, problems, vomiting, indigestion and cardiac health. Besides the strong stimulating ingredients present in ginger, makes it a tremendous hair treatment. The medicinal values of ginger are mentioned in the Vedas and people have been using it since ancient times for treating hair loss.

Ginger For hair
The stimulant properties present in ginger works to boost scalp transmission.  Boost of blood flow to the scalp, aids in hair growth by exciting the hair follicles. Ginger roots also contain fatty acid which aids hair growth. The following recipe actually aids in treating hair loss and fight hair thinning.
Extract a tablespoon of ginger juice in a small container and add a tablespoon of olive oil (can also use jojoba oil) and stir well. Slowly massage the solution into the scalp in a circular motion. Allow the stimulant properties of ginger (the warm sensation after application) to work on your hair root for 30 minutes or more.  Wash off using a shampoo and a conditioner. 
Ginger treatment for hair may require sometime before it starts showing any effects, be patient and continue using ginger treatment regularly. Application of ginger for hair may not work for all individual and results may vary from person to person.

Ginger for Dandruff
Ginger also is enriched with antiseptic properties and regular use of ginger on your scalp can get rid of dandruff. Use the recipe 3-4 times a week until you get rid of dandruff completely.
Extract 2 tablespoon of ginger juice and mix it with 3 tablespoon of sesame oil (can also use olive oil) and a spoon of lemon juice. Stir it well and apply the mixture into your scalp. Allow the mixture to work for 20-30 minutes before shampooing it. In case of left over, refrigerate it, you can keep it for your next session.

Sensitive scalps
Some individuals may be sensitive to ginger which may cause skin irritation and rashes. Don’t worry; you can still cash the benefits of ginger hair treatment with a little tweak with the recipe.
Ginger for hair Growth
Mix a tablespoon of ginger in 3-4 tablespoon of oil and use it for 10 minutes before rinsing or shampooing.
Ginger for Dandruff
Amplify the use of oil by a tablespoon or two. You can always play around with the ginger oil ratio to derive the perfect combination for your hair.

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