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Herbal Hair care Oil recipe

Discussion in 'Hair Care & Hair Styles' started by Subhakumar, May 5, 2011.

  1. stella_cb

    stella_cb Junior IL'ite

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    Cassia Auriculata (Caesalpiniaceae) - Tanner's Cassia
    Botanical Name : Cassia auriculata, Senna auriculata L.

    Family Name :
    Caesalpiniaceae.

    Tamil Name :
    Avarai, Avaram, Avaarampoo, Aavarampoo, Avirai, Sadurguli, Sadurgulu, Semmalai, Summai, Cularai, Cummai,Cutcumapattiram, Cuvarnaputpatam, Ilanci, Kapalacanti, Kapalatti, Kapalatticceti, Tuvakai.

    Ingredient 1

    Common Name : Tanner's cassia.

    Sanskrit Name :
    Adarisimbi, Ahula, Ahulya, Ahulyam, Avartaki, Avarttaki, Awarteki, Bhumyahulya, Carmaranga,Charamranga, Charmaranga, Mandari, Mayahari, Mayharie, Pitakalika, Pitakilaka, Pitapuspa.

    Hindi Name :
    Taroda, Tarval, Tarvar, Tarwar, Awai, Anwal, Aval, Tarawar, Tarwan.

    Malayalam Name :
    Avara, Aveeram, Aviram, Jimute, Ponnaviram, Avaram, Avarakka.

    Kannada Name :
    Avara-gida, Avarike, Olletangedi, Sakusina, Tangadi, Tangadi-gida, Tangedi, Ttaravada-gida,Aavarike, Bobbade, Chakoosina gida, Charma hada aavarike, Honnavari gida, Olle thangadi.

    Telgu Name :
    Merakatangedu, Tangedu, Tangera, Merka tangedu, Merikatangaru, Tangar, Tanghedu.

    Oriya Name :
    Timirihari.

    Marathi Name :
    Tarwar, Arsuai, Tharoda, Taravada, Taroda, Tarwad, Avul, Tarvad.

    Ingredient 2

    Asiatic pennywort, Gotu Kola, (English), Bacopa monniera, Chi-hsueh Ts’ao, man t’ien hsing, Brahmi, Brahma-manduki, Bemgsag, (Hindi), Mandooka Parni (Sanskrit), Vallarai keerai (Tamil), Centella asiatica (botanical name) family, Umbelliferae is commonly found near river banks, water streams or water ponds or reservoirs. This herbaceous plant grows well in moist soil conditions. The perennial herb is abundantly found in swampy, tropical regions. You can easily identify this slender, long stemmed creeping plant and its small, kidney shaped (reniform) lobed, green leaves as well as its pinkish red or white flowers. The plant has no taste or smell.

    Ingredient 3

    The Botanical name of this greens(plain karisalankanni) is Eclipta prostrata. There are 3 different spcies again. Blue, White and Yellow. Manjal Karisalan kanni (yellow ones) Botanical name is 'Wedelia chinensis'or Wedelia calendulaceae! It is called Bringaraj and the yellow ones as Pila Bhangara in Hindi. English common name is Wedelia Leaves. In Sanskrit Peeta Bringaraja.
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    Bhringraj/Botanical name: Eclipta alba or Eclipta prostrata /Tamil: Karisalanganni/ English: eclipta/Hindi: bharangraj/ Malayalam: Kayyoni/ Sanskrit:Bhringraj
    This plant has white flowers.

    There is also another variety of Bringhraj with yellow flowers.
    The Bhringraj plant with yellow flowers is the Wedelia calendulaceae. The two varieties of karisalankanni (Bhringhraj) belong to the same family - Asteraceae.



    Ingredient 4

    Murraya koenigii, an aromatic leaf often used in Indian cuisine.
    Family: Rutaceae Genus: Murraya Species: M. koenigii
    Binomial name Murraya koenigii
    (L.) Sprengel[1]
    Often used in curries, the leaves generally go by the name "curry leaves", though they are also called "sweet neem leaves." It is an unavoidable content of curries in South India, where without curry leaves, curry seems to be tasteless. The Kannada name means "black neem", since the appearance of the leaves is similar to the unrelated bitter neem tree. Same way in Gujarati it is known as "limdo" or "meetho leemdo" (means Sweet neem).
    Curry Tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Ingredient 5

    Haritaki in Sanskrit Harrad in Hindi,ink-nut as a common name,kadukkai in Malayalam,Terminalia chebula as botanical name

    In Urdu and Hindi it is called Harad, Haritaki, or Harada, respectively 'Inknut'. In Sri Lanka it is called Aralu. In Marathi it is called as 'Hirada', in Kannada it is called 'Alalekaayi' and in Tamil it is called 'Kadukkai'. In Bengali it is called horitoky. In Assamese it is called Hilikha. In Telugu it is called 'Karakkaya'. In the United States it is found in some Indian stores; it is known as 'Harde Whole'.
    Terminalia chebula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
  2. Savvyheal

    Savvyheal Gold IL'ite

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    Dear Stella,
    Wow wow wow, a great compilation by you.
    It will be useful for many.
    You have really taken time to give such a valuable post.Quite laudable!:cheers
     
  3. Subhakumar

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    Hi Shreepriya,

    For people who apply oil daily a little of this on the hair roots / scalp is enough, in cases where people apply oil only during hair wash a good amount also will do - u can either wash your hair with shampoo or shikakai. The oil does not have any bad smell.

    Bye,
    Subha Kumar
     
  4. Subhakumar

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    Dear Stella,

    Hi. Thank you very much for all the info/translation you have given on the ingredients. Great work !! I am sure this will help many in procuring the ingredients.

    Bye with luv,
    Subha Kumar
     
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    Dear Savvyheal,

    Thank you very much.
     
  6. stella_cb

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    Dear Subha kumar,

    Thank you very much for the recipe. I'm planning to try it out.

    Since there were many queries to know about the ingredients in their language I thought of doing a search and compiled it. Thank you.
     
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    Please inform about the exact words of the ingredients used( in english) as i m living in UAE Sharjah so i could easily find theses ingredients .My hair is also falling too much and my husband is also fed up from it.Im very much depressed
    Aliya
     
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    Dear Aliya,

    Sorry i doubt whether i will get the exact translation of the ingredients in english, which may not serve the purpose if it differs from what is to be used. Hence, i would rather suggest you to please try the ingredients in some indian store over there, where you get south indian items.

    Bye with luv
    Subha Kumar
     
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    hi subha,
    nice recipie. i am having sinus problem. can i use this oi.? does this oil is suitable for childrens?
     
  10. spuppala

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    Thanx for sharing:cheers
     

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