Bhringraj is a plant with many uses in Ayurveda. It has been used for ages to improve hair growth and color. It has a greenish color and strong fragrance. Regular massage with bhringraj oil improves blood circulation in the scalp which helps revitalize the hair follicles and promotes growth of hair.Effect & Properties:- Anti-microbial, Anti-inflammatory and pain-killer , Neuropharmacological.
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Botanical name - Curcuma longa
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Organic Ashwagandha extract
Botanical Name : Organic Withania somnifera/ somniferaSpecifications: Organic Ashwagandha Extract 1.5%-2.5%
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Garcinia Cambogia Extract
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Active Principle : CurcuminoidsSpecifications:
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2.100% Natural herb Extract
Content:Curcumin 95% HPLC
Plant Origin: Curcuma Longa L.
Aspect: Orange to yellow powder
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