7 Ayurvedic herbs for hair fall control :- These herbs are a lifesaver for falling hair, know their benefits from Ayurveda


As common as hair fall has become today, its treatment is equally difficult. From diet and stressful lifestyle to the use of the wrong products, there are many reasons responsible for hair fall. In such a situation, no matter how many hair care products you use for hair fall, all prove to be ineffective. In such a situation, the last and safest option left is natural remedies... and when we talk about natural remedies, what can be better than Ayurveda?

Here we are telling you about some such herbs (Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair Fall), which are considered lifesavers for hair in Ayurveda. Their use can not only prevent hair fall, but they also prove to help keep the hair beautiful and healthy. Let us tell you that we have talked to Ayurvedacharya Sandeep Upadhyay about this and are sharing the information received from him with you here. So let's learn about these Ayurvedic herbs...


Brahmi is considered a very useful plant in Ayurveda, the use of which proves to be effective in treating mental problems as well as in keeping the skin and hair healthy. Let us tell you that due to analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, Brahmi eliminates the problem of dandruff and gives new life to the hair. Besides making the scalp healthy, it prevents hair fall and helps in their growth.


For use, grind Brahmi leaves mix coconut oil in it and apply it on the head. Leave this paste on the hair for some time and then wash the hair with a mild shampoo. You can do this once or twice a week.


Bhringraj is a very useful Ayurvedic herb for hair. Let us tell you that along with minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, Vitamin D and Vitamin E are also found in abundance in Bhringraj. In such a situation, the oil prepared from it proves helpful in hair growth by improving blood circulation in the scalp and hair roots. Bhringraj activates the hair follicles, which makes the hair stronger from the inside and prevents breakage.

To use it, mix the powder of Bhringraj leaves in lukewarm coconut oil and apply it on the hair as a paste. Leave this paste on the hair for some time and then wash the hair.


Amla is no less than a lifesaver for hair. Both internal and external use of Amla proves beneficial for hair. The antioxidants and anti-bacterial properties present in it help get rid of the problem of dandruff and infection in hair. The Vitamin C and other nutrients present in it are helpful in hair growth.


To use it, mix Amla powder with coconut oil and apply it on the hair as a paste or you can grind fresh Amla and apply its juice on the hair.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is also a very useful plant for hair which helps in nourishing the hair as well as keeping it healthy. The antioxidant and antibacterial properties present in it help keep the scalp healthy. Along with Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E, amino acids are also found in abundance in it, due to which it helps in hair growth.

To use it, you can apply aloe vera gel extracted from fresh leaves on your hair as a hair mask. Apply this mask from the roots to the ends of the hair so that the hair can get the complete nutrition and moisture of aloe vera. After keeping this mask for half an hour, you can wash your head with plain water. If you want, you can also add coconut or olive oil to aloe vera gel.

Along with these herbs, Neem, Ashwagandha and Hibiscus are also considered very effective herbs for hair. It is noteworthy that in ancient times when there were not so many beauty products, women used to use these herbs to take care of their hair. If seen, even with limited resources, the use of these herbs has proved helpful in protecting from all kinds of beauty and health-related problems. In such a situation, its use can be equally useful and effective even in today's time, provided that it is used correctly.

We hope that this health-related information will prove useful for you.