8 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair

8 of The Best Ayurveda Herbs for Hair by Dr. Christina H.
Restoring Balance, Moisture, and Shine

Ayurveda, "The Science of Life," is known to originate in India over 5,000 years ago. It is a holistic way of providing the body with the balance it needs to help prevent illness and maintain health. Ayurveda uses diet, massage, and herbs to restore and maintain the body's balance. Ayurveda herbs are also becoming well known for their hair benefits; it promotes hair growth, strengthens, and moisturizes hair. 

We can create many different hair products with Ayurvedic herbs, such as tea sprays, herb-infused oil treatments, hair balms, hair rinses, hair masks, and hair cleanser, to name a few. Ayurvedic herb hair treatments are versatile in all hair types. Whether your hair is curly, straight, black, red, or blond, Ayurvedic herbs will help restore balance and life to your hair.

Here are the Ayurvedic herbs that I use in my hair because of their exceptional benefits in restoring balance to hair.

Amla- helps promote healthy and robust hair by conditioning and moisturizing hair. It is high in vitamin C and natural antioxidants such as flavonoids and polyphenols.

Brahmi- Contains Vitamins B1, B2, B3. It also contains Zinc and Vitamin C, and Selenium. It helps prevent hair loss, makes hair thicker and healthier. 

Fenugreek- Is rich in folic acid, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and Vitamin C. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. Fenugreek promotes hair growth, conditions and hydrates hair. 

Peppermint- helps stimulate the scalp, helps decrease dandruff, and promotes hair growth.

Moringa- Is high in Omega 3s. It contains antioxidant properties of Vitamin C and Vitamin E and amino acids. It helps to stimulate hair growth along with thickening hair.

Aloe Vera- Contains many of the amino acids found in the body along with Vitamin A, B, C, E, B12. It conditions and nourishes hair.

Hibiscus- Is high in antioxidants such as Vitamin C and flavonoids- Its conditioning helps prevent breakage and dryness.

Lavender buds- promotes scalp health, provides nourishment, and add sheen to hair. 


If you are looking to restore balance, moisture, shine to your hair, consider using these Ayurvedic herbs in your hair care routine. For more information, follow us on all major social media platform @Naturespuree


Dr. Christina Hector

Creator and Co-founder

Nature’s Purée LLC

Natural Skin Care

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