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Henna and Hair Color Ingredients

Herbal Amla, Indian Gooseberry, Gooseberry, Emblic Myrobalan

Herbal Amla, Indian Gooseberry, Gooseberry, Emblic Myrobalan
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Herbal Amla, Amla Powder, Amla Fruit, Fresh and Dried Amla, Amla Extracts, Amla Seeds, Seedless Amla Fruit Powder, Amla Seed Extracts

Description
Herbal Amla is a small to medium sized deciduous tree, 8-18 m in height with thin light grey bark exfoliating in small thin irregular flakes; leaves simple, very many, subsessile, closely set along the branchlets, distichous, light green having the appearance of pinnate leaves. Flowers of Herbal Amla or Indian Gooseberry are greenish yellow, in axillary fascicles, unisexual, males numerous on short slender pedicels, females few, subsessile, ovary 3-celled; Amla fruits globose, fleshy, pale yellow with six obscure vertical furrows enclosing 6 trigonous seeds in 2-seeded 3 crustaceous cocci.

Chemical Constituents
The major amino acids present in herbal amla are; alanine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, lysine, and proline, analysis of fresh fruit pulp gave moisture, protein, fat carbohydrates fibre, minerals, iron, niacin, and vitamin fruit ash contains; chromium and copper.

Cosmetic Uses
Amla or Indian Gooseberry has one of the purest forms of natural Vitamin C, 20 times higher than orange juice. Herbal amla in forms of herbal powder and amla oil nourishes the hair, thickens and darkens it. Amla fruit is said to penetrate the scalp and strengthen hair at its root, to stop and reverse abnormal hair loss and to promote stronger, healthier new growth. Herbal Amla is also an excellent conditioning herb.

The Amla fruit yields an oil that has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to treat the hair and scalp. Amla fruit is said to penetrate the scalp and strengthen hair at its root, to stop and reverse abnormal hair loss and to promote stronger, healthier hair growth. Amla or Indian Gooseberry is also an excellent conditioner to use as a hot oil treatment. Amla oil and amla powder is used in shampoos, conditioning rinses, hair pomades and oil treatments. It can also be used in combination with Brahmi oil to strengthen the hair and add body. Amla powder is good in skin disorders, Respiratory infections and Premature aging. The dried amla fruit is detergent and is widely used as shampoo. These are so many known applications of amla tree and its products that many companies dealing in traditional medicines use amla fruit for preparing different formulations for treating several diseases, as health tonic etc.

An Ancient farmula with therapeutis properties designed to penetrate hair shaft and naurish scalp. Indian Gooseberry contains powerful, preventive, protective and corrective qualities. Amla powder is useful in aloepecia and corrects split ends and prevents dryness. Amla encourages blood supply to the scalp.

Medicinal Uses
The root bark is astringent, and is useful in ulcerative stomatitis and gastrohelcosis. The bark is useful in gonorrhoea, jaundice, diarrhoea and myalgia. The leaves are useful in conjunctivitis, inflammation, dyspepsia, diarrhoea and dysentery. The fruits are sour, astringent, bitter, acrid, sweet, cooling, anodyne, ophthalmic, carminative, digestive, stomachic, laxative, alterant, alexeteric, , diuretic, antipyretic, tonic and trichogenous. They are useful in vitiated conditions of tridosa; diabetes, cough, asthma, bronchitis, cephalalgia, ophthalmopathy, dyspepsia, colic, flatulence, hyperacidity, peptic ulcer, erysipelas, skin diseases, leprosy, haematemesis, inflammations, anaemia, emaciation, hepatopathy, jaundice, strangury, diarrhoea, dysentery, haemorrhages, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, cardiac disorders, intermittent fevers and greyness of hair.

Eclipta, Bhringaraj, Trailing Eclipta

Eclipta, Bhringaraj, Trailing Eclipta
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Eclipta Alba, Eclipta Herb

Description :
Perennial herb, erect or prostrate, 30-40 cm. High Stems green or purple bristly, thickened at the nodes. Leaves opposite, subsessile, lanceolate-oblong, denticulate, hirsute, on both sides. Flowers white in axillary to terminal head; the female radiated, the bisexual in the centre. Achene 3-angled, slightly flattened.

Chemical Constituents :
Thiohene derivatives. The co-occurrence of mono-,di-and trithiophene acetyless together with a-terthienyl in this species is noteworthy. The petroleum ether extract of aerial of parts contains a terthienyl aldehyde, ecliptal besides stigmasterol and B-sitosterol the aerial parts also contain 2 - an geloyloxy methylene- 5'-dithiophene, 5'-isovaleryloxy methylene-2 dithiophence. The root are very rich in thiophene acetylenes. They contain the dithiophene derivatives 5'-seneocioyl oxymethylene 2-dithiopene, and 5' tigloy -loxymethylene-2- dithiophen in addition to 2-5 thiophene.

Cosmetic uses:
Promotes hair growth, removes graying, balding, makes the hair darker. Make a hair oil by boiling leaf juice in coconut oil. It is therefore widely used in Shampoos, Hair oil. It cures skin diseases, premature greying. hair tonic - Eclipta prostata as having the ability to "nourish and tonify the Liver and Kidney yin," specific for "Liver and Kidney yin deficiency with dizziness, blurred vision, vertigo and premature graying of the hair." Additionally, it is used within Chinese Traditional medicine to "cool the blood and stop bleeding" and for "yin deficiency patterns with bleeding due to heat in the blood, with such symptoms as vomiting or coughing up blood, nosebleed, blood in the stool, uterine bleeding, and blood in the urine".

Henna Leaves

Henna Leaves
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Henna, Cypress Shrub, Mehndi
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Henna Leaves, Henna Powder, Henna Leaf Powder, Henna Flower, Henna Seeds, Colourless Henna, Henna Natural Oil

Description
A glabours much-branched deciduous shrub with 4-gonous lateral branches often ending in spines; leaves simple, opposite, entire, laceolate, petioles very short or absent; flowers white, or rose-colored, fragrant, in large terminal pyramidal panicled cymes,stamens 8, in 4 pair inserted on the calyx tube; fruits globose capsules, tipped with the style and supported by the persistent calyx, seeds numerous, smooth, pyramidal.

Chemical Constituents
Henna contains 25-33% water soluble matter; aqueous solutions are orange in color and show a green fluorescence. The principal coloring mater is lawsone, 2-hydroxy-I; 4-naphtaquinone which is present in dried leaves in a concentration of I-O-I-4%, behenic, arachidic, stearic, plamitric, oleic.

Cosmetic Uses
Henna is cooling and specific for devitalized, fragile, fine hair. This ancient plant has a wonderful conditioning and smoothing effect on the hair. This is an excellent hair conditioner and tonic. The leaves of the plant are astringent and used as a prophylactic against skin diseases. Largely used as a hair dye when mixed with other natural dyes. It is dried and crushed into a fine powder that is then mixed with oils and natural ingredients and applied to the skin. The paste dries and flakes off, leaving a beautiful stain of the design of your choice in your skin that lasts a week and a half of longer depending on skin type and after care. It is harmless to body system and causes no irritation to skin.

Henna is the only natural hair color with an FDA monograph for safe and effective use as a natural hair color. We use NO p-Phenylenediamine (PPD), No Ammonia, No Peroxide, No Chemicals whatsoever and each batch of premium grade henna is tested to ensure that it has no contaminants such as heavy metals or pesticides.

Henna Leaves

Henna Leaves
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Henna Leaves, Henna Powder, Henna Leaf Powder, Henna Flower, Henna Seeds, Colourless Henna, Henna Natural Oil
Description:
A glamours much-branched deciduous shrub with 4-go nous lateral branches often ending in spines; leaves simple, opposite, entire, lacerate, petioles very short or absent; flowers white, or rose-colored, fragrant, in large terminal pyramidal panic led cymes,stamens 8, in 4 pair inserted on the calyx tube; fruits globose capsules, tipped with the style and supported by the persistent calyx, seeds numerous, smooth, pyramidal.

Chemical Constituents
Henna contains 25-33% water soluble matter; aqueous solutions are orange in color and show a green fluorescence. The principal coloring mater is lawsone, 2-hydroxy-I; 4-naphtaquinone which is present in dried leaves in a concentration of I-O-I-4%, behenic, arachidic, stearic, plamitric, oleic.

Cosmetic Uses
Henna is cooling and specific for devitalized, fragile, fine hair. This ancient plant has a wonderful conditioning and smoothing effect on the hair. This is an excellent hair conditioner and tonic. The leaves of the plant are astringent and used as a prophylactic against skin diseases. Largely used as a hair dye when mixed with other natural dyes. It is dried and crushed into a fine powder that is then mixed with oils and natural ingredients and applied to the skin. The paste dries and flakes off, leaving a beautiful stain of the design of your choice in your skin that lasts a week and a half of longer depending on skin type and after care. It is harmless to body system and causes no irritation to skin.

Henna is the only natural hair color with an FDA monograph for safe and effective use as a natural hair color. We use NO p-Phenylenediamine (PPD), No Ammonia, No Peroxide, No Chemicals whatsoever and each batch of premium grade henna is tested to ensure that it has no contaminants such as heavy metals or pesticides.

Uses:

The roots are bitter, refrigerant, depurative, diuretic, emmenagogue, abortifacient and trichogenous, and are useful in burning sensation, dispsia, leprosy, skin disease, strangury amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, and premature graying of hair. The leaves are bitter, astringent, acrid, refrigerant vulnerary, liver tonic, haematinic, styptic febriguge and trichogenous. They are useful in wounds, ulcers strangury cough, bronchitis, vitiated conditions of kapha and pitta, burning sensation, cephalalgia, hemicrania, lumbago, rhematalgia, inflammations, diarrhoea, dysentery, leprosy, leucoderma, fever, ophthalmia, amenorrhoea, dymenorrhoea, falling of hair, greyness of hair and jaundice. The flowers are intellect promoting, cardiotonic, refrigerant, soporific, febrifuge and tonic. They are useful in cephalalgia, burning sensation, sardiopathy, amentia, insomnia, and fever.

For an herbal hair bleach blend henna with orange, lemon and cucumber juice and apply to hair. Always make sure the pH is adjusted to 5.5-6.0.

Honey

Honey
Description
Honey is one of nature's wonders. Honey has been around for a long time and yet we know little about it. It is nothing more than nectar gathered from the blossoms of many flowers by bees. It is then taken into the beehive and changed by the worker bees. Worker bees remove the liquid from the nectar. The finished product is heavy syrup with 12 to 20 percent moisture and 80 to 85 percent sugar. It is a good source of quick energy for the human body.

Cosmetic Uses
Honey and beeswax are used in the beauty industry to soften and heal the skin tissue and help attract moisture to the skin. Most lipsticks are made with a beeswax base. Honey can be used in making effective facials. Mix one or two tablespoons of honey with one-third cup finely ground oatmeal. Oatmeal can be ground in a blender. The amount of honey used depends on your thickness preference. Blend in a teaspoonful of rose water or tap water. Clean face thoroughly. Spread facial mixture evenly over face. Relax for ten minutes to one half hour. Remove with a soft washcloth and warm water. Rinse with cold water or use an astringent. Use this facial once a week for improved softness in the skin. This treatment also works well for oily complexions.

Honey comes in many flavors depending on from which flower the bees gather the nectar. Milder flavors of honey include Mesquite and Cotton. Orange honey comes from citrus areas. There are many flavors of wild flower honey. The flavors vary from year to year. Not only are the flavors varied but honey also comes in many different forms. Comb, chunk, fine textured, liquid, and even solid honey that is sometimes called granulated are all forms of honey. In the United States, we are most familiar with liquid and fine textured forms. Liquid and fine textured honey are recommended for baking.

Honey is kind to our skin. Superior quality Honey and Beeswax Cosmetics use, which are both luxurious and refreshingly natural are a boon to cosmetics. As well as healing honey, cosmetics contain soothing oils. It penetrates the skin deeply and is a natural product that is very safe to use.

Honey

Honey
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Honey, Bee wax, Lichi honey, 100% pure and natural honey

Description
Honey is one of nature's wonders. Honey has been around for a long time and yet we know little about it. It is nothing more than nectar gathered from the blossoms of many flowers by bees. It is then taken into the beehive and changed by the worker bees. Worker bees remove the liquid from the nectar. The finished product is heavy syrup with 12 to 20 percent moisture and 80 to 85 percent sugar. It is a good source of quick energy for the human body. 

Cosmetic Uses
Honey and beeswax are used in the beauty industry to soften and heal the skin tissue and help attract moisture to the skin. Most lipsticks are made with a beeswax base. Honey can be used in making effective facials. Mix one or two tablespoons of honey with one-third cup finely ground oatmeal. Oatmeal can be ground in a blender. The amount of honey used depends on your thickness preference. Blend in a teaspoonful of rose water or tap water. Clean face thoroughly. Spread facial mixture evenly over face. Relax for ten minutes to one half hour. Remove with a soft washcloth and warm water. Rinse with cold water or use an astringent. Use this facial once a week for improved softness in the skin. This treatment also works well for oily complexions. 

Honey comes in many flavors depending on from which flower the bees gather the nectar. Milder flavors of honey include Mesquite and Cotton. Orange honey comes from citrus areas. There are many flavors of wild flower honey. The flavors vary from year to year. Not only are the flavors varied but honey also comes in many different forms. Comb, chunk, fine textured, liquid, and even solid honey that is sometimes called granulated are all forms of honey. In the United States, we are most familiar with liquid and fine textured forms. Liquid and fine textured honey are recommended for baking. 

Honey is kind to our skin. Superior quality Honey and Beeswax Cosmetics use, which are both luxurious and refreshingly natural are a boon to cosmetics. As well as healing honey, cosmetics contain soothing oils. It penetrates the skin deeply and is a natural product that is very safe to use.

Uses
Honey boasts many medical benefits. Honey has aided in bad coughing spells for years. An effective mix for coughing is to peel and finely chop one pound of onions. Add two ounces of honey and ¾ of a pound of brown sugar in two pints of water. Simmer gently over low heat for three hours. When cool, put in an airtight container and take four to six tablespoons a day. As in any illness, it is best to consult a doctor. It is also a mild laxative. People have also boasted that chewing the thin wax cappings sliced from the comb of honey once a day for one month before the start of the hay fever season greatly reduces hay fever symptoms. Chewing these cappings has also helped sinus sufferers.

Your throat feels scratchy. Swallowing hurts, and it's an effort to raise your voice above a whisper. You could suck on a cough drop or down some cough syrup, or you could choose to drink a cup of hot tea laced with honey. Many professional singers and announcers reach for the honey jar to soothe the symptoms of an irritated or sore throat. But did you ever think of applying honey to a burn or a scrape? Scientists are discovering that the bee's number one commodity could be good medicine for us. 

Indian Indigo

Indian Indigo
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Indigo Plant, Indigo Leaves, Indigo flowers, Indigo Color

Description
A branching shrub upto 2m high, leaves with 7-13 leaflets, green when fresh and greyish back on drying, tender branches bluish red in color, flowers many in nearly sessile lax spicate racemes which are much shorter than the leaves, red or pink, fruits cylindric pods, pale greenish grey when young and dark brown on ripening with 10-12 seeds.

Chemical Constituents
Nitrogen, phosphoric acid, potash, and lime. It is a rich source of potash, the ash containing as much as 9.5% of soluble potassium salts. Indigo is a dark blue crystalline powder that melts at 390°-392°C. It is insoluble in water, alcohol, or ether but soluble in chloroform, nitrobenzene, or concentrated sulfuric acid. The chemical structure of indigo corresponds to the formula C16H10N2O2.

Cosmetic Uses
The Indigo and Henna treatment makes hair thicker. The henna and indigo relaxes curls, and makes hair full, manageable, glossy. The final color is rich, natural black with aubergine highlights, sometimes glinting blue-black. All the split ends vanished with the henna. All the tangles go away. Using henna and indigo for hair coloring can result in black, raven black, blue-black, purplish black or burgundy black hair. The exact color result depends upon your original hair coloring as well as how you use your henna and indigo in this process. Henna and Indigo application can be done in either a two-step or one-step process.

All commercial black hair dyes have para-phenylenediamine and may people become sensitive (allergic) to this chemical. It can have devastating effects on a person's health. Mix indigo with water and stir it up. The indigo paste should be as thick as stirred up yogurt, though it will be very lumpy like porridge. It will be a green mush that smells like frozen peas. In about half an hour the top of this mush will start to turn dark blue. Wear plastic gloves or your hands will have grey-blue stains. When the indigo has started to turn blue, put it into a squeeze bottle to squish it into the hair, or just slather it in by the handful. Work it down to the scalp, and mush it in like you're trying to plaster a wall with guacamole. Try to get indigo evenly into all the hair. It's messy. It's stinky. Remember that women believed the uglier they got with their beauty preparations, the lovelier they'd be when they were done. Wrap the indigo-laden hair with plastic wrap into a great mooshy sloppy peas-smelling turban and let it stay there half an hour. Wipe all the indigo drops off as they dribble down the neck, forehead and back! These will leave gray streaks if you don't wipe them away. Rinse this all out of your hair. It takes about a day for the indigo to oxidize completely, and then your hair will be amazing black, natural plant color which is a deep blue to purple. A safe natural color.

Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. Many Asian countries, such as India, China, and Japan, have used indigo as a dye for centuries. The dye was also known to ancient civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Rome, Britain, Peru, and Africa. India is believed to be the oldest center of indigo dyeing in the Old World. It was a primary supplier of indigo to Europe as early as the Greco-Roman era.

Indian Indigo

Indian Indigo
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Indigo Plant, Indigo Leaves, Indigo flowers, Indigo Color Description
A branching shrub upto 2m high, leaves with 7-13 leaflets, green when fresh and greyish back on drying, tender branches bluish red in color, flowers many in nearly sessile lax spicate racemes which are much shorter than the leaves, red or pink, fruits cylindric pods, pale greenish grey when young and dark brown on ripening with 10-12 seeds.

Chemical Constituents
Nitrogen, phosphoric acid, potash, and lime. It is a rich source of potash, the ash containing as much as 9.5% of soluble potassium salts. Indigo is a dark blue crystalline powder that melts at 390°-392°C. It is insoluble in water, alcohol, or ether but soluble in chloroform, nitrobenzene, or concentrated sulfuric acid. The chemical structure of indigo corresponds to the formula C16H10N2O2.

Cosmetic Uses
The Indigo and Henna treatment makes hair thicker. The henna and indigo relaxes curls, and makes hair full, manageable, glossy. The final color is rich, natural black with aubergine highlights, sometimes glinting blue-black. All the split ends vanished with the henna. All the tangles go away. Using henna and indigo for hair coloring can result in black, raven black, blue-black, purplish black or burgundy black hair. The exact color result depends upon your original hair coloring as well as how you use your henna and indigo in this process. Henna and Indigo application can be done in either a two-step or one-step process.

All commercial black hair dyes have para-phenylenediamine and may people become sensitive (allergic) to this chemical. It can have devastating effects on a person's health. Mix indigo with water and stir it up. The indigo paste should be as thick as stirred up yogurt, though it will be very lumpy like porridge. It will be a green mush that smells like frozen peas. In about half an hour the top of this mush will start to turn dark blue. Wear plastic gloves or your hands will have grey-blue stains. When the indigo has started to turn blue, put it into a squeeze bottle to squish it into the hair, or just slather it in by the handful. Work it down to the scalp, and mush it in like you're trying to plaster a wall with guacamole. Try to get indigo evenly into all the hair. It's messy. It's stinky. Remember that women believed the uglier they got with their beauty preparations, the lovelier they'd be when they were done. Wrap the indigo-laden hair with plastic wrap into a great mooshy sloppy peas-smelling turban and let it stay there half an hour. Wipe all the indigo drops off as they dribble down the neck, forehead and back! These will leave gray streaks if you don't wipe them away. Rinse this all out of your hair. It takes about a day for the indigo to oxidize completely, and then your hair will be amazing black, natural plant color which is a deep blue to purple. A safe natural color.

Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. Many Asian countries, such as India, China, and Japan, have used indigo as a dye for centuries. The dye was also known to ancient civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Rome, Britain, Peru, and Africa. India is believed to be the oldest center of indigo dyeing in the Old World. It was a primary supplier of indigo to Europe as early as the Greco-Roman era.

Rhubarb (Rheum Emodi D.Don, Rheum Australe Wall)

Rhubarb (Rheum Emodi D.Don, Rheum Australe Wall)
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Rhubarb Roots, Rhubarb Stem

Description
A roubust perennial herb with thick, long roots, 1-15m tall and grows on rocky lands roots are stout and the stem is hollow. Lower leaves are 20-50cm in diameter, orbicular and are broadly ovate. Flowers are small and dark purple in color. Fruits are purple and angled.

Chemical Constituents
Chrysophanic acid, emodin, starch, rhein, anthraquinone derivatives, essential oil, calcium oxalate and a resinous substance have been obtained from the roots. Leaves contain oxalic acid.

Cosmetic Uses
Rhubarb Root has a purgative action for use in the treatment of constipation, but also has an astringent effect following this. It therefore has a truly cleansing action upon the gut, removing debris and then astringing with antiseptic properties as well. Note: Rhubarb Root may color the urine yellow or red. Capturing the highlighting power of the revered Rhubarb plant and enhancing it with citrus extracts (lemon, grapefruit and pineapple) proves to lighten, brighten and just plain put a shine, with the help of sun and heating time, in all shades of blonde and brunette crowns. Rhubarb is a fair source of potassium, is low in sodium and has minor amounts of vitamins; however, the stalks of rhubarb contain high amounts of Vitamin C, dietary fiber and calcium. The root is used to lighten the hair. It gives a honey grey colour.

Rhubarb

Rhubarb
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Rhubarb RootsRhubarb StemDescription
A roubust perennial herb with thick, long roots, 1-15m tall and grows on rocky lands roots are stout and the stem is hollow. Lower leaves are 20-50cm in diameter, orbicular and are broadly ovate. Flowers are small and dark purple in color. Fruits are purple and angled. 

Chemical Constituents
Chrysophanic acid, emodin, starch, rhein, anthraquinone derivatives, essential oil, calcium oxalate and a resinous substance have been obtained from the roots. Leaves contain oxalic acid. 

Cosmetic Uses
Rhubarb Root has a purgative action for use in the treatment of constipation, but also has an astringent effect following this. It therefore has a truly cleansing action upon the gut, removing debris and then astringing with antiseptic properties as well. Note: Rhubarb Root may color the urine yellow or red. Capturing the highlighting power of the revered Rhubarb plant and enhancing it with citrus extracts (lemon, grapefruit and pineapple) proves to lighten, brighten and just plain put a shine, with the help of sun and heating time, in all shades of blonde and brunette crowns. Rhubarb is a fair source of potassium, is low in sodium and has minor amounts of vitamins; however, the stalks of rhubarb contain high amounts of Vitamin C, dietary fiber and calcium. The root is used to lighten the hair. It gives a honey grey colour. 

Medicinal Uses
Rhizomes/ roots are purgative, astringent, tonic, stomachic and aperient. The petioles are pickled. Powered roots are used for cleaning teeth and are sprinkled over ulcers from quick healing. In action, it is aperient, astringent, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, purgative, stomachic and tonic. It is of special use for infants stomach problems. The roots is used along with madder and potash for dyeing fabrics. Red-leaf stalks are eaten either raw of boiled, sprinkled with salt and pepper. Root is regarded as a pancea in local home remedies and is used in stomach problems cuts, wound and muscular swellings, tonisillitis and mumps. It has been found as a potent anti-inflammatory drug.

Aloe, Aloe Vera, Indian Aloe

Aloe, Aloe Vera, Indian Aloe
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Description
Aloe Vera is a a coarse perennial with short stem and shallow root system: Its leaves are fleshy in rosettes, sessile, often crowded with homy pickles on the margins, convex below, 45-60cm long tapering to a blunt point, surface pale green with irregular white blotches, flowers yellow or orange in racemes. Aloe vera fruits are like loculicidal capsule.

Chemical Constituents
Aloe vera leaves contain barbaloin, chrysophanol glocoside and the aglycone, aloe-emodin. The mucilage of the leaves contains glucose, galactose, mannose and galacturonic acid in addition to an unidentified aldopentose and a protein with 18 amino acids. Aloe vera plant contains aloesone and aloesin. Chemical analysis has revealed that this clear aloe vera gel contains amino acids, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, proteins, polysaccharides and biological stimulators.

Medicinal Uses
The plant is bitter, sweet, cooling, anthelmintic, aperient, carminative, deobstruent, depurative, diuretic, stomachic, emmenagogue, ophthalmic and alexeteric. Aloe vera juice is used in dyspepsia, amenorrhoea, burns, colic, hyperadenosis, hepatopathy, splenopathy, skin diseases, constipation, spanomenorrhea, vitiated conditions of vata and pitta, abdominal tumours, dropsy, carbuncles, sciatica, lumbago and flatulence.

It also is used for helminthiasis in children and is a purgative, anthelmintic and emmenagogue. Aloe vera is used for local application in painful inflammations, chronic ulcers and catarrhal and purulent ophthalmia. 

COSMETIC USES
Aloe Vera has unique, anti-aging formulations to maintain healthy, fresh-looking skin. The aloe vera plant's healing powers are most widely touted for being able to treat skin conditions. These conditions include psoriasis, shingles, and others associated with itching; in addition, cuts, abrasions and burns are said to benefit from topically applying the leaf's gel to the affected areas.

The uses of aloe vera -- that is, its efficacy -- stem from its active ingredients. These substances harbor anti-inflammatory properties, which may explain why it has been reported to alleviate the pain and swelling associated with itches and burns. Aloe Vera gel has unique, anti-aging formulations to maintain healthy, fresh-looking skin. Its Cosmetic action is antinflammatory, soothing, toning, moisturizing, protective.

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass
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Description
Perennial, densely tufted, aromatic grass. Stems underground, short, whitish or pale-violet leaves in dense clusters, linear amplexicaul, rough-margined, glaucous green on both sides. Inflorescence in many-branched panicles without stalks. All parts of the grass are lemon-flavored. 

Chemical Constituents
The whole plant contains an essential oil consisting of critral, limonene, isopulegol, citronellic acid, geranium acid and a-camphorene. 

Uses
The entire plant possesses antiseptic, antiferbrile and stomachic properties. It is used in treating coryza, influenza and pyrexia. It is also prescribed against dyspepsia and vomiting and as a carminative, using three to four drops of the essential oil, diluted in water. Used externally to treat eczema. The essential oil is used as an insecticide against mosquitoes and as a deodorant. 

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass

Lemon Grass, Ginger Grass, Sere Grass
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Perennial, densely tufted, aromatic grass. Stems underground, short, whitish or pale-violet leaves in dense clusters, linear amplexicaul, rough-margined, glaucous green on both sides. Inflorescence in many-branched panicles without stalks. All parts of the grass are lemon-flavored. 

Chemical Constituents
The whole plant contains an essential oil consisting of critral, limonene, isopulegol, citronellic acid, geranium acid and a-camphorene. 

Uses
The entire plant possesses antiseptic, antiferbrile and stomachic properties. It is used in treating coryza, influenza and pyrexia. It is also prescribed against dyspepsia and vomiting and as a carminative, using three to four drops of the essential oil, diluted in water. Used externally to treat eczema. The essential oil is used as an insecticide against mosquitoes and as a deodorant. 

Orchid Tree, Buddhist Bauhinia, Bauhinia

Orchid Tree, Buddhist Bauhinia, Bauhinia
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Description
A moderate sized deciduous tree with vertically cracked grey bark, wood moderately hard, greyish brown with irregular darker patches, leaves of 2 leaflets, connate for about two-thirds up, leaflets ovate, rounded at apex, 10-15 cm long, pubescent beneath when young, coriaceous, flowers white or pink, the upper most petal darker and variegated, usually appearing before the leaves in short axillary or terminal reacemes, stamens 5, staminodes absent, fruits flat dehiscent pods, seeds 10-15. 

Chemical constituents
B-sitosterol, lupeol, kaempferol-3-glycoside and 5, 7-dehydroxy, and 5,7-dimethoxyflavanone-4-O-a-L-rhamnopyranosyl-B-D-glucophyranosides. 

The bark is used for treating diarrhea, dysentery, malaria, bleeding piles, skin diseases and snake Bltes. 

Orchid is also highly recommended for color cosmetics because it is light and non-greasy and does not leave an oily or greasy residue on the skin. In foundations, lip and cream-to-powder products, Orchid enhances application properties, making the product glide on the skin easily and improving spreadability. These are important benefits for pigmented products, which tend to be draggy and difficult to spread. Orchid also leaves a smooth after-feel on the skin. 

The orchid flower, the national flower of Thailand, has been used in Asia for centuries for its reparative and protective properties. Orchids are very well known for their moisturizing properties, fighting free radicals, increasing skin immunity and reducing the appearance of fine lines. The pink orchid in particular, is ideal for all skin types and is rich in minerals which exist naturally in the skin, such as zinc, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper.

Country Mallow Root

Country Mallow Root
Description :
The plant is an undershrub, branched, softly hairy and with stellate hairs, nearly in all the parts of the plant. Levels are 2.5-5 cm long cordate, ovate - oblong, crenate, obtuse or subacute and not acuminate and the petioles are 1.2-3.8 cm long. Pedicles are solitary and few together, short some up to 1.2-2 cm long bearing yellow flowers. Calyx is 6-8 mm long with ovate and acute lobes. Corolla exceed the calyx slightly. Fruit is 6-8 mm in diameter : strongly reticulated with two spiny projections on the top.

Chemical Constituents :
Sida Contains an alkaloid fatty oil phytoserol mucin resin , resin acids and potassium nitrate. The leaves, stem and root yield 0.085 per cent, and the seeds about 0.3 per cent alkaloid. The main portion of the alkaloid is . Mehra P.N has reported 0.4 per cent rutin in the plant.

Medicinal Uses:
The plant its reputed for its tonic and  properties. The plant parts are used for the fever, fits leucrrhonea, micturation, gonorrhea, colic, nervous discords, general for the debility and heart irregularity. The root juice is used for the healing of the wound and the juice of the whole plant is given for spermatorrhoea. The bark of the plant is effective in curing facial paralysis and sciatica and the leaves are used for curing the bloody flux. Useful in opthalamia, reheumatism; shivering fits and improves  strength.

Indian scientists in 1930 reported the presence of a sympathomimetic alkaloid in this herb whose pharmacological action closely resembled that of and they thought that the alkaloid was undoubtedly . Later work has shown that the sympathomimetic alkaloid had showed all the chemical and physical characteristics of . This explains the widespread use of this herb in Ayurveda as a cardiac stimulant. The seeds are considered to be . Scientists have also reported that the pharmacological action of this herb caused marked and persistent rise of blood pressure in anaesthetised or decerebrated animals.

Also known as Country Mallow, this herb contains , and is therefore used as a cardiac stimulant, diuretic, decongestant, anti-asthmatic, anti-depressant, and more. It is used traditionally in Ayurveda for a wide range of conditions, such as bleeding piles, facial paralysis, colic, tenesmus, heart disease, debility, convalescence, sciatica, tinnitus, headache, chronic dyssentry, hematuria, cystitis, leucorrhea, elephantiasis, wounds, weakness, emaciation, hemiplegia, neuralgia, gonorrhea, insanity, frequent micturation, stiff neck, and external massage.

Soap Nut, Ritta

Soap Nut, Ritta
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Description
A medium sized deciduous tree upto 20m in height with grey smooth bark, peeling offin scales, leaves pinnate, leaflets 2-3 pairs, terminal pair being the largest, flowers white, polygamous, male flowers many, bisexual flowers few, all in the same pubescent panicle, fruits fleshy drupes, the pulp becoming a saponaceous wrinkled rind on drying, seeds black. 

Chemical Constituents
Saponins-sapindoside A and sapindoside B. Nuts contain kaempferol, quercetin and B-sitosterol. Saponin emarginatoside from fruits. 

Cosmetic Uses
Soap nut is used in Cleansing Lotion, Protein Shampoo, Protein Shampoo with Conditioner. Soap nut contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soap nut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin . Soapnut is an excellent hair tonic. Soap Nut extract comes from the fruit of the Soapnut tree. The pulp of the fruit contains a high level of natural foaming agents. This extract can be used to wash skin and hair. Soap nut when added to a facial mix of milk powder and clay to provide delicate cleansing of the skin, it is added to salt scrubs to add cleansing action. As a hair and body wash, add 1 teaspoon of Soap nut extract to a cup of water. Use this as a hair wash or mild cleanser. Soap nut can also be combined with amla, neem & Shikakai extract for a more nutritive hair wash. Mix all of the herbs in water and let sit till thoroughly dissolved. The wash should be kept refrigerated and used within 4 days or preserved with an anti bacterial preservative. 

The powdered seeds are said to possess insecticide properties. They are employed in the treatment of dental caries. It cleanses the skin of oily secretion, its a hair tonic, and forms a rich, natural lather. Its detergent action, which cleanses the hair and removes, accumulated debris and a sebaceous material further more imparting speculiar reflection and hair luster. 

Uses
The roots and bark are expectorant and demulcent. The roots are good for hemicrania, hysteria and epilepsy. A decoction of the bark is good for cattle suffering from ulcers due to worm infestation after calving. The fruits are acrid, bitter, thermogenic, emetic, astringent, expectorant, anthelminitic, abortifacient and tonic. They are good for asthma, diarrhoea, cholera, lumbago, verminosis and gastralgia dyspepsia.

Country Mallow, Country Mallow Root

Country Mallow, Country Mallow Root
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Walnut, Persian Walnut, European Walnut

Walnut, Persian Walnut, European Walnut
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Description:

A large deciduous monoecious tree with tomentose shoots, bark grey, longitudinally fissured, leaves alternate, imparipinnate, leaflets entire aromatic, flowers small, yellowish green, male in pendulous slender catkins, female in 1-3 flowered terminal catkins, fruits drupes, 5cm long with leathery exocarp, woody wrinkled, hard endocarp enclosing 4-lobed, corrugated, oily, edible seed. 

Chemical Constituents
A globulin, juglansin, has been isolated from the edible kernel. The nitrogen distribution of the globulin is as follows, basic N, 5.41, non-basic N, 11.51, humin N, 0.15, and amide N, 1.78. The globulin contains cystine and tryptophane. 

Cosmetic Uses

The walnut shells are ideal as the gritty, rough agent in soap cosmetics and dental cleansers. Walnut scrub contains ground apricot seedsand crushed walnut shells to exfoliate and aloe vera to moisturize and soothe. Walnut scrub spreads easily over the skin into a dense lather. 

WALNUT OIL

Walnut Oil is reported to have many benefits, when used in the healing of wounds and skin problems. The oil is obtained by expression from the nut. About one half of the fresh kernel inside the shell of a quality dried walnut is oil. There can, of course, be significant variations depending on growing conditions in a particular region and also from season to season. Walnut oil is useful against fungal and parasitic infections. It may also help eliminate warts, and when rubbed on the skin, walnut is reputed to be beneficial for eczema, herpes, psoriasis, and skin parasites. The oil has traditionally been used externally in the treatment of gangrene, leprosy, and wounds. Walnut in a massage blend has great emollient qualities and is a good choice to include when mixing a massage blend or preparing a carrier base. Very unsaturated, walnut oil presents good moisturizing, anti-aging, and regenerative and toning properties, and can be used in all anti-wrinkle products and creams for dry, normal, and mature skin, body and hygiene products, massage blends, and lip balms, etc. 

Uses
Leaves are astringent, tonic and anthelmintic. The leaves and bark are antiscorbutic and detergent, and are useful in herpes, eczema, scrofula and syphilis. The fruits are sweet, emollient, thermogenic, , tonic and carminative. They are useful as alternant in rheumatism. The expressed oil of the fruit is considered useful against tapeworm and is used to strengthen and lubricate the muscles. The kernels are said to posses  properties and are recommended in colic and dysentery. 

Industrial use of walnut shells
Removal of paint, flash, burrs, and other flaws in plastic and rubber molding, aluminum and zinc die casting, and electronic industries. As a sand replacement for paint removal, graffiti removal and general cleaning in restoration of buildings, bridges, and outdoor statuary. For aircraft engine clean out For cleaning steam turbines.

Eclipta, Bhringaraj, Trailing Eclipta

Eclipta, Bhringaraj, Trailing Eclipta
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Eclipta Alba, Eclipta HerbDescription :
Perennial herb, erect or prostrate, 30-40 cm. High Stems green or purple bristly, thickened at the nodes. Leaves opposite, subsessile, lanceolate-oblong, denticulate, hirsute, on both sides. Flowers white in axillary to terminal head; the female radiated, the bisexual in the centre. Achene 3-angled, slightly flattened.

Chemical Constituents :
Thiohene derivatives. The co-occurrence of mono-,di-and trithiophene acetyless together with a-terthienyl in this species is noteworthy. The petroleum ether extract of aerial of parts contains a terthienyl aldehyde, ecliptal besides stigmasterol and B-sitosterol the aerial parts also contain 2 - an geloyloxy methylene- 5'-dithiophene, 5'-isovaleryloxy methylene-2 dithiophence. The root are very rich in thiophene acetylenes. They contain the dithiophene derivatives 5'-seneocioyl oxymethylene 2-dithiopene, and 5' tigloy -loxymethylene-2- dithiophen in addition to 2-5 thiophene.

Cosmetic uses:
Promotes hair growth, removes graying, balding, makes the hair darker. Make a hair oil by boiling leaf juice in coconut oil. It is therefore widely used in Shampoos, Hair oil. It cures skin diseases, premature greying. hair tonic - Eclipta prostata as having the ability to "nourish and tonify the Liver and Kidney yin," specific for "Liver and Kidney yin deficiency with dizziness, blurred vision, vertigo and premature graying of the hair." Additionally, it is used within Chinese Traditional medicine to "cool the blood and stop bleeding" and for "yin deficiency patterns with bleeding due to heat in the blood, with such symptoms as vomiting or coughing up blood, nosebleed, blood in the stool, uterine bleeding, and blood in the urine"

Medicinal Uses:
The plant is bitter, acid acrid thermogenic, alliterative, anti-inflammatory, anthelmintic anodyne, vulnerary, ophthalmic, digestive, carminative, haematic, diuretic, aphorodisiac, trichogenous, debostruant,depurative and febrifuge and is useful in hepatosplenomeglay, elephantiasis, inflammations, vitiated conditions of vata, gastropathy, anorexia, helminthiais, skin diseases, wounds ulcers, ophthalmopathy, debility, hypertension, strangury, leprosy, pruritus, fever, jaundice, odontalgia otalgia and cephalagia. It is good for blackening and strengthening of the hair, for stopping hemorrhages and fluxes, and for strengthening the gums. The seeds are good for increasing vigour.

Country Mallow, Country Mallow Root

Country Mallow, Country Mallow Root
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Mallow Plant


Description :
The plant is an undershrub, branched, softly hairy and with stellate hairs, nearly in all the parts of the plant. Levels are 2.5-5 cm long cordate, ovate - oblong, crenate, obtuse or subacute and not acuminate and the petioles are 1.2-3.8 cm long. Pedicles are solitary and few together, short some up to 1.2-2 cm long bearing yellow flowers. Calyx is 6-8 mm long with ovate and acute lobes. Corolla exceed the calyx slightly. Fruit is 6-8 mm in diameter : strongly reticulated with two spiny projections on the top.

Chemical Constituents :
Sida Contains an alkaloid fatty oil phytoserol mucin resin , resin acids and potassium nitrate. The leaves, stem and root yield 0.085 per cent, and the seeds about 0.3 per cent alkaloid. The main portion of the alkaloid is . Mehra P.N has reported 0.4 per cent rutin in the plant.

Rosemary

Rosemary
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Description 
A exotic leafy evergreen shrub up to 2 m. high leaves narrow, entire, with revoluts margins; flowers few, in axillary racemes; bluish or white or pale violet; nutlets smoth, ovoid sub-globose. 

Chemical Constituents
Volatile oil, containing borneol, camphene, camphor, cineole., Flavonoids, Tannins, Rosmarinic acid, Diterpenes, Rosmaricine. 

Cosmetic Uses
Use an infusion as a rinse to lighten blond hair, and to condition and tone all hair. Try mixing an infusion half and half with shampoo to strengthen hair. An infusion can also be used as an invigorating toner and astringent. Rosemary added to a bath strengthens and refreshes, especially when used following an illness. Contains antioxidants which are oil soluble. Undiluted it should be thick, sticky and brownish/green. The aromatic oil is added to soaps, creams, lotions, perfumes, and toilet water. 

Use the dried leaves as potpourri and in sachets to scent clothes and linen and deter moths. Rosmary is grown as a companion plant for cabbage, beans carrots and sage. It helps to deter cabbage moths, bean beetles and carrot flies.
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