Green Tea Leaves

Green tea contains antioxidants, vitamins, enzymes, and amino acids which play a major role in making our body healthy. It also contains catechins which are responsible for healthy hair and in preventing hair loss. It can help reduce hair loss, fight dryness, make hair healthy & strong, and increase blood circulation in the scalp.

Fresh Hibiscus Flower

A native Indian flower, hibiscus is known for its host of hair healthy benefits, which include reducing hair loss, adding lustre and shine to hair, preventing premature greying, treating dandruff, and adding volume. Hibiscus can also help prevent frizz, dryness, and split ends.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a vinegar made from fermented apple juice. Apple cider vinegar has several proven benefits that improve hair health. It has been known to make hair stronger, shinier, smoother, and silkier, while also balancing the scalp’s natural pH levels. 

Fresh Aloe Vera

Aloe is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry climates, it comes with several benefits that boost hair health. Aloe leaves hold a gooey translucent gel, known all over the world for its healing properties. This translucent gel is made up of around 96% water, organic and inorganic compounds, a type of protein which contains 18 of the 20 amino acids and Vitamins A, B, C and E.

Whole Methi Seeds

A 3 foot long plant and has been cultivated to be used in alternative and traditional Chinese medicine to cure numerous illnesses, including skin and scalp conditions. A high presence of phytoestrogens makes methi ideal for hair growth.You can use methi, especially methi seeds for hair benefits because they contain an active agent, trigonelline, and lots of beneficial proteins, lipids, vitamins, iron and minerals (calcium, phosphorus, manganese and more)

Whole Flaxseeds

Recorded to have been in use since the time of ancient Greeks, flaxseeds are tiny, oval shaped seeds which store incredible amounts of nutrition.They’re a powerhouse of protein, fibre, antioxidants and omega – 3 fatty acids and are hence rightfully known as a superfood. Not only do flaxseeds improve overall health, it is also proven to benefit skin and hair.

Whole Shikakai

Shikakai, or Senegalia rugata, is a small shrub-like tree, which is native to China, and also grows in the warm, dry plains of central India. The fruit pods of this shrub is widely used for hair care practices . The pod is ground into a powder, which is used as a natural alternative to chemical shampoos and cleansers, while its leaves and shoots are often consumed.

Whole Reetha

A quintessential ingredient in a variety of hair products, reetha is one of the most popular herbs in Ayurveda, known for its medicinal and detoxifying properties. It is especially popular for hair care owing to its natural cleansing properties, and has gained a lot of traction in recent years, with major hair care companies using reetha in their hair products.

Whole Amla

Amla, or the Indian gooseberry, is now known world over as a “superfruit.” Cultivated pan-India and in other South-East Asian nations, the small yellow-green berry is a rich source of vitamin C. One 100 gram serving of fresh amla, for example, contains as much vitamin C as 20 oranges! This makes amla a miracle cure for hair and skin problems.

Fresh Curry Leaves

Curry leaves or kadi patta are a staple across South Indian kitchens and beauty regimes. They are incredibly aromatic herbs with vibrant green, teardrop shaped glossy leaves. They belong to the citrus family and are plucked from the curry tree. Curry leaves are rich in nutrients and have been used in Indian Ayurvedic practices for the last 3,000 years!

Fresh Bhringraj

Bhringraj, also known as false Daisy, is a species belonging to the sunflower family. It is a creeping herb, growing up to three feet in height. The white coloured flower grows on long stalks and are cultivated in the moist regions of India, China, Brazil and Thailand.

Fresh Neem Leaves

Neem leaf or the Indian lilac is a leaf that grows on the nimtree, a tree belonging to the mahogany family Maliaceae. Almost every part of the 30-50 foot tree has healing properties. It is found across the Indian subcontinent and across a majority of countries in Africa. Neem leaves have been used for beauty treatments since the beginning of time since it is a rich source of fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.

Fresh Lemon

The lemon is a species of small evergreen trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, native to Asia. While its culinary uses are numerous, it also has a host of other uses. The juice in particular is known to be an excellent cleanser, with 5% to 6% citric acid and a pH of around 2.2. Lemon juice can be used for naturally lightening hair, to add shine to hair, and to reduce oil and dandruff.

Fresh Rose flower

Since then, it has become famous world-over, especially for its essential oils. Rose water is a solution that is primarily created by combining rose essential oils mixed with water. It is said to have healing, and even medicinal properties. It has excellent antioxidant properties, rose water is now a staple beauty care product. It is now becoming more common to use rose water for hair benefits, since roses offer anti-inflammatory benefits and most scalp problems are caused by inflammation.

Whole Kalonji

Also known as Nigella sativa, black seed, and black cumin, kalonji is a flowering plant native to Southern Europe, North Africa, and Southwest Asia. Kalonji seeds have long been used in herbal medicine to treat a variety of diseases and conditions ranging from diabetes to arthritis. Due to the amino acid present in Kalonji, it is also excellent for hair health, and helps with hair growth and reversing hair damage.

Fresh Rosemary

Salvia rosmarinus, more popularly known as rosemary, is a shrub with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowersThe leaf and its oil are commonly used for culinary purposes and also to make medicine. Rosemary seems to increase blood circulation when applied to the scalp, which could help hair follicles grow. Rosemary is also known to strengthen hair strands and improve blood circulation in the scalp

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is an edible oil derived from the wick, meat, and milk of the coconut palm fruit. It is a solid, white coloured fat that melts at warmer temperatures to turn into a clear liquid.Coconut oil’s benefits for hair are so well known that it’s reached iconic status in the kitchens and bathroom cabinets of millions of desis across the world. From adding lustre and shine to helping with split ends and thickness, coconut oil is wondrous for hair health.

Whole Oats

Oats are a type of cereal grain usually grown for its seed, which is what we consume. Highly valued for their nutritional values, they are excellent sources of fibre, especially beta glucan, and are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Oats therefore have many health benefits, but this old-fashioned superfood also has numerous benefits for the hair!

Fresh Hibiscus Leaves

All parts of the hibiscus plant are particularly effective at treating conditions like blood pressure, dry coughs and infections. Hibiscus leaves are especially effective for hair health, and when used with other powerful ingredients produce excellent results. The leaves of this tropical and subtropical flower can be used as an aphrodisiac, an antiseptic or even an astringent. When used on the hair, it helps with hair growth, scalp healing, and boosts follicle health.


Native to the wetlands of India, Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri) is a plant that has been used for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Also known as Brahmi, it is a small succulent plant with numerous branches that grows naturally in wet soil, shallow water, and marshes. The plant along with its roots, leaves, and flowers can effectively be used medicinally or topically. A therapeutic herb, it also has several benefits for the hair.