In the modern time keeping the hair healthy is a difficult task, but mudras will help you.Mudras are very efficient and effortless way of treatment. Mudras are useful in keeping the hair healthy and preventing hair loss and premature graying of hair. Here I am sharing few significant and selected mudras that will help you to keep the hair healthy.
Mudras for hair loss:
Prithvi mudrā can be formed by joining the tip of the ring finger with the tip of the thumb finger. This mudrā increases earth element within the body which helps to prevent hair loss and hair fall.
Pran mudrā also increase earth element within the body and increases Kapha humor which helps to strengthen the hair. Pran mudrā is the best mudrā to keep the hair healthy and to prevent hair fall and hair loss.
Mudra for dry hair:
Are you suffering from dry hair or unhealthy hair then Vaayu-shamak mudrā, Prithivi mudrā, jal-vardhak mudra, vaata-naashak mudrā, kapha-kaarak mudrā, and appan mudrā are very much beneficial. Click on the link to know more about these mudras.
Mudra for hair regrowth:
Prithvi mudrā and Kapha kaarak mudrā or prana mudra are very much useful to hair regrowth. Just 30 to 45 minutes of practice will good result.
Hand mudrā for hair growth: Prasanna mudrā is the best hand mudrā that helps you in regrowth of hair.
Mudra for greasy hair:
PRASANNA MUDRA is also known as Hairdo Posture.
This Mudra is beneficial in curing hair loss.
How to perform Prasanna Mudra: Keep hand near the chest. Rub the nails of the eight fingers against each other for 5 to 10 minutes for 30 days. The thumbs should be straight.Benefits of Hairdo Posture: This slows down hair loss, with reduction of gray hair and split ends. It makes hair lustrous and strong. While improving disposition. Mudra for premature graying of hair: Prithvi vardhak mudra is helpful to prevent hair loss and control premature graying.The increase in the earth element will help us to fight against hair loss.Also, this mudra decrease temperature of the body which will help us to calm our body survive in this summer.
This is what happens to your hair ,If you wash it with Apple cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a well-known folk remedy to treat many health conditions. I’ve already written on how to use ACV to lose weight, reduce cholesterol and control blood sugar levels. You can also use it to remove skin tags and warts, as an effective cleansing face wash and in detox drinks.
Using ACV is also one of the 70 habits featured in my e-book 70 Powerful Habits For A Great Health which will guide you how to take positive steps to improve your wellness and overall health
Many times harsh soaps and shampoos can strip hair and skin of their natural oils, leaving them dry. But rinsing your hair with ACV is a great treatment for your hair and scalp and has a long list of benefits:
Benefits of ACV for hair
Balancing hair and scalp pH – There are many commercial hair-care products that have a negative effect on the hair, leaving it dry and brittle. Our hair has an ideal pH of 4 to 5. The acidity of the ACV rinse means that it can help maintain the pH balance of your hair and remove buildup at the same time without stripping the hair of its natural oils.
Sealing the hair cuticle – As a result, light is reflected off the hair, making it smoother, softer and shinier. This also enables the hair maintain more moisture and helping prevent split ends.
Treating dandruff, itchy and dry scalp – ACV has antibacterial and antifungal properties that help treat itchy, dry scalp. You can get detailed information in my article on how to use ACV to get rid of dandruff and in my article about the best home remedies for dry, itchy scalp.
works as a natural detangler – so can replace conditioner. Your other option for a natural detangler is coconut oil and you can read about it in my post: 8 ingenious ways to use coconut oil on your hair.
Encouraging hair growth – ACV can treat clogged hair follicles due to bacterial infection that creates crusty flakes on the scalp (which can result in hair loss). Livestrong website also mentions an article published in 2002 stating that ACV stimulates better circulation to the hair follicles, which strengthens the hair roots and promotes a healthy hair growth.
How to use ACV for hair rinse
First of all, you need to use the right kind of ACV. Choose raw, organic, unfiltered, and unpasteurized kind of ACV. Not the refined kind you find in most stores. Buy a good quality kind of ACV that contains the “mother” of vinegar, which is the cloudy stuff that sinks to the bottom of the bottle.
This substance contains the beneficial enzymes, bacteria, pectin and trace minerals that makes ACV so good for you. It’s also a good idea to shake the bottle each time before using ACV to distribute the elements. You can even easily make your own natural ACV.
1 cup water
2 tablespoons ACV
In a spray bottle mix two tablespoons ACV with one cup water (use the same ratio if you prepare a larger quantity, something like 1/3 cup of ACV mixed with one liter of water).
Some references use higher concentration of ACV because oily hair likes more ACV than dry hair. Start from the lower dilution and experiment to find the dilution that works best for your hair type.
After shampooing apply the ACV rinse, massaging into your hair and scalp. Leave for a couple of minutes. Then rinse your hair thoroughly. You don’t need to use a conditioner.
Don’t get the rinse into your eyes as it will sting. As your hair is drying, you may smell vinegar, but once your hair dries, the smell is gone.
Do this treatment once or twice a week.
You can even include herbs in the rinse (previously infusing them in the water). Thus you can add lavender for a great scent or rosemary to encourage hair growth. You can also add a few drops of the best essential oils for healthy hair.
Top Six Home Remedies For Hair loss And Baldness
Hair loss and baldness become common in this modern world. improper diet and lifestyle is the major causes for hair loss and baldness. In this post you will get top six natural remedies to over come hair loss and baldness.
Home Remedies hair loss and baldness
Paste prepared from fresh leaves and flowers of hibiscus should applied on the scalp for treatment of dandruff. It is good for hair growth too. hibiscus shampoo prevents hair fall.
Indian gooseberry :Indian gooseberry has revitalizing effects. It has an element which is very valuable in preventing ageing and in maintaining strength in old age. It improves body resistance and protects against infection. It strengthens the heart, hair and Different glands in the body. The great ancient sage Muni Chyawan said it.
rejuvenated himself in his late 70s and regained his virility by the use of amla.
Hair Tonic :- Indian gooseberry is an accepted hair tonic in traditional recipes for enriching hair growth and hair pigmentation. The fruit, cut into pieces and dried preferably in shade. These pieces boiled in coconut oil till the solid matter becomes like charred dust. This darkish oil is an excellent oil to prevent graying. The water in which dried amla pieces are soaked overnight is also nourishing to hair. This water should be used for the last rinse while washing the hair.
Washing the hair with Bengal gram flour, keeps them clean, soft and free from hair diseases.
Washing the hair with a paste of cooked black gram dal and fenugreek lengthens the hair, keeps them black and cures dandruff.
Crushed leaves of sesame is beneficial in the dandruff treatment. A decotion made from the leaves and root are used as hair wash.
I have posted an articles on natural treatments for baldness click here
Using the paste of the fresh coriander leaves on the scalp help sprout up fresh hair. You should continue this treatment for a month to get the effective result . If green coriander are not available , then you may use the pulp of the dried coriander seeds. Grind these seeds and apply the paste on your scalp for a fortnight . It is a tested and proved home remedy for baldness.
A typical oil of coriander is also prepared in following way, which is very effective medicine not only for ensuring good hair growth but also for keeping the head cool and clear.Take about a kg of green coriander leaves add, half litre water and half litre sweet oil and boil together in a steel utensil. When whole of the water content is brunt, leaving only oily substance , take it off the fire and add any permissible color if you want. Using this oil for head massage bring benign coolness to the brain and head. You may use it to massage any part of the body if any burning sensation is felt . Massaging whole body with this oil in summers is very beneficial.
A fine paste made of Pigeon Pea pulse is highly useful in bald patches. It should applied regularly for better result.