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  1. As salaamu alaiki rahmantullahi baraktu insha allaah all is well for everyone . I’m writing this to request more information about the product masha allaah

  2. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. It’s an Indian Ayurvedic Hair Oil made from a combination of goodies like Neem leaves, Amla, Jasmine, Bhringraj, Brahmi and a host of others.

    Pardon me, I don’t have time to post about each ingredient, but here are a few:

    Amla – This is a famous herb known for promoting hair growth.

    Bhringraj – Prominent herb used as an ayurvedic medicine for treatment of hair loss, premature graying, ect. It’s used along with other herbs such as amla, shikakai as a hair rinse and conditioner. It can be mixed with oils (like coconut sesame) to make a conditioning oil treatment and when it is massaged onto the scalp it gives a calming effect and promotes a good sleep.

    Brahmi – Promotes hair growth. Also said to be an enhancer for mental health including memory and energy, used in Indian medicine to treat any disease of the nervous system. Researchers believe that Brahmi contains chemicals which help nerve impulses transmit faster and smoother.

    Neem Leaves – (Wikipedia says) Products made from neem have proven medicinal properties, being anthelmintic, antifungal, antidiabetic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-infertility, and sedative. It is considered a major component in Ayurvedic medicine and is particularly prescribed for skin disease. Neem twigs are used for brushing teeth in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. This practice is perhaps one of the earliest and most effective forms of dental care. All parts of the tree (seeds, leaves, flowers and bark) are used for preparing many different medical preparations. Neem oil is used for preparing cosmetics (soap, shampoo, balms and creams), and is useful for skin care such as acne, and keeping skin elasticity. Besides its use in traditional Indian medicine the neem tree is of great importance for its anti-desertification properties and possibly as a good carbon dioxide sink. Practitioners of traditional Indian medicine recommend that patients suffering from Chicken Pox sleep on neem leaves. Neem Gum is used as a bulking agent and for the preparation of special purpose food (those for diabetics). Aqueous extracts of neem leaves have demonstrated significant antidiabetic potential.

    I will Email you more info In Shaa Allaah.

    Haneefah

  3. Assalamu Alaikum.
    Dear Sister Haneefah,
    JazakaAllah Khairan for all the wonderful tips and information.
    Just a quick question where in Jeddah is it available?
    Shukran jazeelan for sharing.
    Sarah.

  4. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Sooq As Sireen in Hayy as Safa. Ask for Zaytu Trishoob (most people here say zeet). I’ll E-mail you a photo of the bottle In Shaa Allaah.

    Haneefah

  5. Salam Alaykum, beating the hair with a stick is common in Asia and I’ve seen them do it in the gulf as well.

  6. waalaykum salam, I find it so funny! what is the purpose of beating the hair with a stick? if I beat my hair with a stick I might end up in a mental institution , people will think i have lost my mind……………….hahahaa!

  7. As salaamu ‘alaikum. Different strokes for different folks. Women of all cultures have odd hair care techniques however, beating the hair with a stick is at the top of the list for me (smiles).

    Haneefah

  8. Haneefah

    I, live in uk , west midlands. can you help me to find BHRINGRAJ, BRAHMI or other tretment for my oili root and dry end hair. I be realy greetful. Iam 25 with very thin hair. Jazaki Allah Khairan

    Betool

  9. Betool, try “google-ing” Bhringraj and Brahmi. I’m sure that there are E-stores selling these products.

    Keep an eye on the blog. I was given a pamphlet containing 15 hair/scalp oil treatments and will start posting them over the weekend.

  10. Here’s part one of the pamplet.

    Part 2 will cover oily roots. I’ll post it later.

    Keep an eye on the Fenugreek thread. Natural remedies for Alopecia and hair thinning coming soon.

    Please excuse my late reply :)

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