Ginger, as we all know that is widespread use, is in food. Due to its medicinal properties, ginger date back to ancient times for its use in our daily lives.
Ginger is a potent antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory agent. Incorporating ginger in food helps with indigestion and inflammatory problems.
Ginger is used in many ways such as in juice form, flesh and even in oil format. Ginger is considered beneficial for hair care and maintaining the health of hair.
Ginger is used in many natural remedies as a key ingredient. It stimulates blood flow to the scalp, cleanse the scalp and helps to get rid of dandruff. These benefits are due to its antioxidants and antimicrobial properties.
Ginger is used extensively in hair fall/loss natural remedies. Hence, ginger can be a great addition to your hair care regimen.
Ginger can prevent hair loss since the fresh ginger root has magnesium, copper, phosphorus, and vitamins, they provide all the nourishment required for good health of hair.
With its anti-microbial properties, ginger is an excellent choice for getting rid of dandruff. Ginger can also be used for tackling dryness and brittleness of the hair.
Following are some home remedies you can incorporate if you suffer from any of the above hair problems
1. Ginger With Carrier Oil
Use oil of your choice as a carrier oil like coconut, olive or almond oil. Use 1 tbsp of ginger paste with 1 tbsp carrier oil. Use this mixture on to the scalp. Massage lightly and keep the mixture on the hair for approximately 30 minutes and wash with mild shampoo.
You can repeat this every two weeks.
This will ensure that the scalp is nourished and hair grows thick and healthy. Application of this mixture will help promote hair growth and make hair look nourished and healthy.
2. Ginger With Onion Juice
Use one small onion and 1 inch of ginger. Combine them and make a paste in the blender. Using a sieve, strain the liquid from the paste. Using a cotton ball apply this mixture in every section of the hair.
Keep the mixture for approximately 20-30 minutes. Wash it off with shampoo.
This mixture will ensure hair growth and curb hair fall too.
3. Ginger With Lemon.
A mixture of sesame oil, lemon and ginger paste works well for dandruff on the scalp. Sesame oil act as a carrier oil while lemon and ginger are an excellent anti-microbial and anti-fungal agent.
Apply this mixture onto the hair and rest for 20-30 minutes. Wash with a mild shampoo.
Helps to get rid of itchy scalp and dandruff.
4. Ginger With Garlic
Take 1 tbsp of coconut oil, 3 garlic cloves, 1 tsp of ginger paste, 2 tsp of honey and 2 tbsp of coconut milk.
Blend all the ingredients together and apply on the hair and scalp. Let it sit for 20-30 minutes and then wash it off.
Garlic has sulfur which promotes hair growth. While coconut oil as a carrier oil and coconut milk will nourish the hair follicles. Honey is excellent for damaged hair and ginger is good for hair growth and is also an antibacterial agent.
5. Moringa Leaves With Ginger
Moringa leaves are beneficial for skin and it is packed with magnesium, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc and vitamin A, C, E and D. It is an antioxidant which helps hair from damage and keeps them healthy too.
Ginger, too, is packed with antioxidant and have benefits which promote hair growth and nourishes damaged hair. Use 1 tbsp of ginger paste, handful leaves of moringa and 2 cups of water.
Boil moringa leaves with water and adds ginger to it for 6-10 minutes. Cool the liquid and then strain it. Store this liquid in a bottle for further use. After washing your hair with shampoo and conditioner, pour this liquid as a final rinse. You can use this once a week.
This is an excellent remedy for dry and brittle hair.
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