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Published: 2020-10-11

"An effect of Keshya Dravya In Khalitya, Palitya, Indralupta, Keshranjana and Keshvardhana- A review literature."

Keshya dravya, Khalitya, Palitya, Indralupta, Kesharanjana, Keshvardhana.


This article reviews the Keshya herbs properties and mode of action on hair. According to Ayurveda kesha is a upadhatu of majja dhatu but no detail describtion available in samhita granthas.Hair plays a vital role in making you look younger as well as beautiful.  According to Ayurvedic  granthas keshya herbs helps to prevent premature graying, hair fall, dandruff and promote hair growth.It works within the root of the hair and give natural black colour to the hairs.  This drugs acts according to their properties Rasa, Guna, Virya and Vipaka and its chemical composition. Many keshya drugs it has a antimicrobial, antifungal and antioxident properties that can help reduce dandruff is a skin condition that mainly affects the scalp.symptoms include flacking and sometime mild itchiness. It can result in social or self esteen problems.Bhringraj, Jatamansi, Narikela, Shikakai, Reetha, These herbs has a antimicrobial and antifungal properties.Also jatamansi promotes majjadhatu by nourshing majja by its madhur  rasa, vipaka & sheet virya. Jatamansi boost hair growth and make it silky & soft .Brahmi herbs has antioxident this antioxident components not only help in rejuventing scalp  but also promote regeneration of  healthy hair. Vitamin C is a very important vitamin needed for normal growth and development of hair .Our body neds Vitamin C to create a protein known as collagen  an important part of hair structure. Amla is a natural and cheapest  source of Vitamin C.Thats whys Amla use a keshya.


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Borutkar, S. Z. (2020). "An effect of Keshya Dravya In Khalitya, Palitya, Indralupta, Keshranjana and Keshvardhana- A review literature.". Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 4(05).