Henna Sooq Brahmi Powder 100gRegular price £8.00
Brahmi a healing ayurvedic healthy hair herb is used for:
- strengthening the roots of your hair
- makes the hair denser, long, shiny and dark toned
- controls dandruff
- reduces premature greying
- reduces the amount of hair loss
- perfect herb to add to the natural hair regimen of someone who has chronic hair problems
- treats eczema and psoriasis
We recommend you store this herb and all ayurvedic herbs in a cool dark place, or your freezer.
This herb comes packages by 100 gram packages.
For external use only
When using any new hair product it’s always recommended that you do a hair strand tests or a skin patch test first. Even natural products can cause allergic reactions. Test before use.
Important: Please keep in mind that your hair is as individual and unique as you are. Henna and Ayurvedic treatments can be drying for some. It’s recommended that you add our aloe vera powder or one of our hair oils to your recipe and/or deep condition your hair afterwards. We recommend that all of our clients try varying recipes based on their individual hair needs and focus. Use the recipe that works best for your hair!
Total amount of powder you should use:
Above ear length: 50-75 grams
Shoulder length: 100-125 grams
Bra strap or mid-back length: 150-175 grams Lower back length (above hips): 200 to 225 grams Hip/Waist length: 250 to 300 grams
Using our Shikakai, Brahmi, Bhringraj, Neem, Hibiscus and Zizyphus
For added cleansing and strengthening add about 3-4 tbsp of powder (per 100 grams of henna or Ayurvedic herbs used) to your recipe. Create your own blend based on what your hair focus is. We recommend equal proportions of every herb you choose to start.
You can also use each of these herbs alone as it’s own treatment. We recommend adding a little bit of conditioner for added slip and easier application in these types of recipes.
Adding brahmi, bhringraj or amla can be used in a henna recipe to tone down the red of the henna. Adding hibiscus powder can boost the red tones of a henna recipe.
For added moisture to your DIY recipe use our Organic Aloe Vera Powder
We recommend you add 5% of your whole recipe of our organic aloe vera powder.
Recommended methods of using this herb:
You can make a hot water infusion with this herb, and other ayurvedic herbs such as shikakai, amla, brahmi, and others of your choice. Steep them for about 3-4 minutes, and then strain. Use the liquid as a hair rinse after you shampoo and/or condition your hair. Rinse it all out really well. This is best used directly in the shower as it can run. You can also leave this in if you wrap it tightly with a shower cap. Leave this in for about 30 minutes to an hour When using your favorite conditioner, you can make an ayurvedic herbal gloss. Apply this all over your hair, by sections and then place a shower cap on, or saran wrap. Leave this on for 30 minutes to an hour.
Prepare this herb as a paste (you can add any other ayurvedic herbs as you’d like), and use it in place of your shampoo. This paste cane be made with a tea brew, or just warm water. You can then wash it out, and then condition (deep, leave in conditioner depending on your hair type) afterwards.
Create an amazing hair oil infusion. You can add 2 parts of your favorite hair oils, to one part of herbs of your choice. Allow to steep naturally for at least 4-5 days or more depending on the herbs you use. Some herbs are tougher, and need more fusion time, such as horsetail. If you’d like to speed it up, and we use this method personally, is use a crock pot to allow the oil and herbs to steep at warm temperature for 24-36 hours. Then turn it off, and allow it to sit for another 24-36 hours. Strain in a nylon stocking. I let this actually hang, and slowly drip for the next 24 hours. The I squeeze what I can out afterwards (from out of the stocking). I then pour the oil infusion into an applicator bottle, or squeeze bottle. Keep this stored in a cool, dark place.