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THIS INDIAN HERB HAS BEEN USED FOR HAIR CARE & CLEANSING SINCE VERY ANCIENT AGE
MANY AYURVEDA & HERBAL EXPERT HAVE RECOMMENDED THIS PRODUCT FOR HEALTHY HAIR
IN FACT MOST AYURVEDA HERBAL HAIR OIL USES AMLA OR SHIKAKAI OR BOTH AS MAIN INGREDIENT FOR HAIR LOSS AND TO PROMOTE HAIR GROWTH. NOW YOU CAN USE THIS HERB AS PURE POWDER.
SHIKAKAI IS ALSO KNOWN AS ACACIA CONCINNA
Acacia Concinna has been used for hair care in India for centuries, it is now grown commercially in India and Far East Asia. The plant parts used for the dry powdered or the extract are the bark, leaves or pods. It is a common shrub found in jungles throughout India. The bark contains high levels of saponins, which are foaming agents that are found in several other plant species. Saponin-containing plants have a long history of use as mild cleaning agents. Saponins from the plant's pods have been traditionally used as a detergent and in Bengal for poisoning fish and are documented to be potent marine toxins.
The fruit pods, leaves and bark of Acacia Concinna are dried, powdered and made into a paste at home. While this paste does not produce the normal amount of lather that a regular shampoo would, it is a good cleanser. It has a natural low pH, is extremely mild, and doesn't strip hair of natural oils. Usually no rinse or conditioner is used since shikakai also acts as a detangler. It is also used to combat dandruff. The company ShikaKai makes hair care products with an extract from this plant