3 Curry Leaves Hair Packs For Hair Growth

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3 Curry Leaves Hair Packs For Hair Growth

An aromatic herb, Curry leaves or Kadi Patta  is grown in most of our gardens. It is synonymous with South Indian cuisine and as we know is use it in many of their delicacies. Apart from their usage in cooking Curry leaves are also known for their beneficial properties for the health of our hair. Packed with carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorous, irons and vitamins like vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E curry leaves help to enliven the hair with vitality. Curry leaves prevents premature graying of hair, helps to treat damaged hair by adding a bounce to limp lifeless hair. It goes deep into the hair shafts and strengthens the hair, treats dandruff and prevents hairfall. Curry leaves are rich in protein and beta-carotene, that help reduce hair fall and promotes hair growth. They are also full of antioxidants that provides moisture for your scalp thus preventing dandruff which can be another major reason behind hairloss. Applying curry leaf paste into the hair and scalp is helps restore the hair follicle, and strengthen the hair shaft. Thus making you hair grow fast, thick and long.

curry leaves for hair growth

You can either opt to eat curry leaves or externally apply them on to your hair in the form of hair packs. So those of you who do not like the taste of curry leaves you need not worry. But of course eating is always recommended as it is a helps to fight the problem more thoroughly.

Now let us look at some of the hair packs that you can use to help hair grow thick and strong.

Curry Leaves and Hibiscus Hair Pack

Hibiscus, henna and curry leaves hair oil home made+hair oil preparation at home

For this you will need, 25-30 fresh curry leaves + 10-15 fresh hibiscus leaves + 4-5 hibiscus petals + 2 tbsp of plain yoghurt, morter and pestle or a mixer to grind them together.

Now take all the ingredients except the yoghurt and grind them in together. Once the leaves and petals are done, mix in the yoghurt. Comb your hair thoroughly, make sure it is not oiled and is shampooed and clean. Now take some of the paste and apply it on your scalp, massaging it in gently. Keep this on your hair for a hour at least, then was it off using a mild shampoo.

This pack invigorates new hair growth, makes the hair super soft and smooth to touch, and nourishes the hair from the root to tip.

Curry Leaf and Methi Seed Paste

Hair oil- Fenugreek-methi-seeds for hair oil

The ingredients for this pack are again very simple an easily available. You will need methi seeds (about 4 tbsp)and curry leaves(25-30). Soak the methi seeds overnight and next morning grind it into a fine paste. Take fresh curry leaves and remove them from the stems, now grind these up into a paste as well. Now mix it up with the methi paste. Take this paste and apply it in your hair. Leave it on for at least an hour. And then wash it off. Use this pack twice a week to get noticeable results. It helps to reduce hair fall and improves the hair texture, thus aiding in hair growth.

Curry leaf, Amla and Shikakai pack

Hibiscus, henna and curry leaves in iron kadhai +curry leaves oil+best oil for hair growth

Take 25-30 curry fresh curry leaves, and a handful of amla an shikakai, soak them in water for at least 3-4 hours (preferably overnight). Next morning boil the mix for a good 10-20 mins in a 1 and ½ cups of water. Let it cool and then squish the mix using your hands. Strain the excess water and apply the mix on your hair. Leave it on for an hour and then wash it off. An excellent pack that promotes hair growth and conditions the hair at the same time.

These were some of the curry leaf hair packs you can easily try at home for hair growth.

Which pack are you planning to try?

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  1. Just to add to this , a powder made with roasted curry leaves, tamarind, a bit of hing and red chillies .. and powdered to be taken with your lunch ensures great hair growth.

    Curry leaves boiled in coconut oil helps too. Be sure not to burn the curry leaves though.

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