Wondruff Oil

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Wondruff Oil

Primary Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Useful for vata related dry scalp, hairs and body
  • A Natural Moisturizer for hair and body.
  • Natural hair and body conditioner.
  • Support for a healthy scalp and body.
  • Herbal hair and body tonic, which can also be used to moisturize the hair, scalp & body.

Other Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Support healthy blood circulation.
  • Naturally fragrant oil for total hair scalp and body support.
  • Very useful to balance the excess vata [air].

Authentic Ayurvedic Oil:

  • Natural Herbal Dryness Care Oil.
  • Ayurvedic Sourced from its natural habitat.
  • Processed under the temperature below 45 degree celsius.
  • Mixture of essential oil and other herbal oil with Coconut oil as base oil. Cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth without chemicals, petrochemicals.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

  • With coconut as base oil.
  • Herbal and essential oil blend.
  • Check dandruff and itchy scalp.
  • Hair and body oil provides a young look.
  • Beneficial to lubricate Vata related hair dry and scalp.

As Per Ayurveda:

It Acts as a natural moisturizer and conditioner for hair. It also helps to support a healthy scalp and body.

Other Names: 

Wondruff Oil

Composition

High quality ayurvedic herbs from its natural habitat without chemicals, fertilizer & pesticides.

Mixture of essential oil and other herbal oils and Coconut Oil used as base oil. It is cold pressed and double filtered in muslin cloth.

Amaravela (Cuscuta Reflexa) Stem, Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba) Plant, Amla (Emblica Officinalis) Fruit, Henna (Lawsonia Album) Leaf Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri) Leaf, Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula) Fruit, Bahera (Terminalia Belberica) Fruit, Almond (Prunus Amygdalus) Seed Lemon (Citrus Bergamia) Leaf, Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil.

Method of Preparation

Coconut oil is processed with powder of above herbs mixed with water (paste) boiling at low temperature till water evaporates and filtration of oil.

DIRECTION FOR USE

Apply a few drops at hair roots (scalp) and massage gently. Residual oil on hands may be applied to other areas of the body for moisturizing.

Best Use: A few drops after showering.

Highly recommended to use just before going out on the town!

This oil may also be used to massage on any part of the healthy body.

For External use only.

Ayurvedic Lifestyle(Healthy Tips)

  • Nutritional diet
  • Morning walk
  • Yoga
  • Lukewarm water
  • Amla powder

Foods to Favor

  • Fibrous fruits
  • Cucumber
  • Watermelon
  • Peach
  • Plums
  • Grapes
  • Orange
  • Amla
  • Bitter gourd
  • Black grams
  • Aloe vera juice
  • Carrot
  • Tomato
  • Radish
  • Onion
  • Spinach
  • Milk
  • Eggs beans 
  • Fish

Foods to Avoid

  • Fatty food
  • Spicy food
  • Chillies
  • Red meat
  • Non-vegetarian food
  • Food rich in sour or salt in taste
  • Soft or cold drinks
  • Cakes and pastries 
  • Fried food

Do’s:

  • Drink plenty of lukewarm water.
  • Take less amount of salt in your diet.
  • Eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Cover your mouth or other body parts properly when you are going outside.

Don’t:

  • Avoid excessive exposure to sun.
  • Avoid the extra use of cosmetics.
  • Avoid smoking and tobacco chewing.
  • Avoid unnecessary stress and anger.

Precautions

  • Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.

Classical Reference:

  • Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
  • Dravyaguna Vigana
  • Adarsh Nighantu
  • Bhavapraksha Nighantu
  • Dhanwntri Nighantu

SCIENTIFIC REFERENCES:

  • Fluckiger, FA & Hanbury, Pharmographica-A history of the principal drugs of vegetable origin met within Grest Britain and British India, Macmillan & Co. London, 1879.
  • Gandhi, Maneka. Brahmas hair: On the mythology of Indian plants, Rupa & Co., Delhi, 1989, pp. 131-134.
  • Indian Medicinal Plants -A compendium of 500 species Part 3 by Orient Longman Publications., 1997; 256-263.
  • Patel SS, Goyal RK. Emblica officinalis Geart: A Comprehensive Review on Phytochemistry, Pharmacology and Ethnomedicinal Uses. Res J Med Plant, 2012; 6: 6- 16.
  • Iqbal Ahmad, Zafar Mehmood, Faiz Mohammad. Screening of some Indian medicinal plants Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 1998, 2(2), 183-193.

Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books

This formula has been approved by the Department of Ayush/ Government of India after the proper screening of scientific evidence as well as classical reference of each ingredient by the GOVT REGULATORY BOARD COMMITTEE.

GMP and USDA Certified Organic Manufacturing Facility: Laboratory tested for quality purity and heavy metal standards.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease.

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