DIY | HOW TO Make Homemade AYURVEDIC HAIR OIL at Home with AMLA, Brahmi, Hibiscus, Shikakai

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DIY Homemade Ayurvedic Hair Oil at Home with Amla, Brahmi, Hibiscus, Shikakai, Black seeds

Ayurvedic Oil Recipe:

1 cup of Coconut Oil/Olive Oil –
1 cup of Grapeseed Oil –
1/2 cup of Almond Oil –
3 TBSP – Amla Powder –
1 TBSP Brahmi Powder –
1 TBSP Shikakai Powder –
1 TBSP Neem Powder –
1 TBSP Hibiscus Powder –
1 TBSP Black Seeds –
2 TBSP Fenugreek Seeds –

This ayurvedic hair oil preparation is easy and is great for growth, regrowth of edges.

HAIR LOSS Series –

▶Aloe for Hair Growth –
▶ Moringa Powder –
▶ Using Fenugreek Seeds –
▶Rosemary –
▶ Peppermint Oil –
▶Scalp massaging –

Please see this video for more info
▶Lugol’s Iodine
▶Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil –
▶(1 to 2 nuts or 200–400 mcg / day) Brazil Nuts
▶(2,000–5,000 mgs / day) Vitamin C
▶MACA Powder –

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How to make Ayurvedic Hair oil at Home

DIY Homemade Ayurvedic Hair Oil at Home with Amla, Brahmi, Hibiscus, Shikakai, Black seeds


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  1. Thank you soo much for sharing ❤️❤️❤️i did mine like a week ago…i used
    Black seeds powder
    Fenugreek powder
    Henna mixed with brahmi,amla,and bringraj
    Black pepper powder
    Ginger powder
    Mustard powder…with olive oil
    Grape seeds oil
    Sunflower oil
    And lavender drops…but I just put it on dark place..just wondering do i need to simmer it on hot water like u did…

  2. I mafe one too about a month ago with cayenne black seeds black tea biotin brahmi Bhringraj and tamanu oil and cocoa nibs and seseme oil been amazing for my hair then i infused something in there its a holy grail for the herbs because it takes away some of the strength so its not so drying it makes it buttery soft without moisture overload the perfect balance

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