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Writtern by Dr. Akhil B.A.M.S

Today, lots of shampoos are available in market. But if we use it daily it will be harmful for our hair.By using Ayurvedic herbs, we can prepare Ayurvedic herbal shampoo. We can safely use this in alternate days without any side effects. All the ingredients used here have some medicinal values and it reduces hairfall, also give relazation to head.







  25 grams

  Soap Nuts (Reetha)

  25 grams

  Dried Amla

  25 grams

  Tulsi Leaf

  A bunch

  Hibiscus leaf

  A bunch

  Neem Leaf

  A bunch

  Aloe Vera Gel

  Few pieces


  • Shikakai

          The pod of Shikakai is good for skin diseases. So it is a good remedy      for dandruff.

          Botanical name: Acacia sinuata (Lour.), A.concinna DC.

          Family: Mimosaceae

  • Soap Nuts (Reetha)

Soap nuts is a good cleaning agent. It contain natural surfactants named “saponins” is a mild cleaning agent. So it can be use to clean your hair without any side effect.

Botanical name:Sapindus Mukorossi.


  • Dried Amla

          It prevents the hair from greying and also it promotes hair growth and give a cooling effect to our head.

          Botanical name: Phyllanthus emblica

          Family: Phyllanthaceae

  • Tulsi Leaves

          Tulsi is used for preventing cough and head ache. This is used here          because sometimes Amla   causes these sort of diseases.For       preventing this we nadd Tulsi leaves.

          Botanical name: Ocimum tenuiflorum

          Family: Mints

  • Hibiscus Leaves

          It is a natural conditioner for hair and also reduces hairfall.

          Botanical name: Hibiscus laevis

          Family: Mallows

  • Neem Leaves

          Neem leaves has anti-bacterial property which helps to reduce        hairfall issues and dandruff.

          Botanical name: Azadirachta indica

          Family: Mahogany

  • Aloe Vera Gel

          It is a natural conditioner for hair and also reduces hairfall.

          Botanical name:  Aloe Barbadensis, Aloe Indica, Aloe Barbados,   Aloe Vera

          Family: Asphodelaceae


Take a bowl and add Shikakai, Soap nuts, Dried Amala. Soak in in 1.2 liters of water all over the night. In the morning, it becomes a black colour liquid. Put that liquid in a pressure cooker and let it go for three to four whistles. Remove the seeds from the soap nuts. Now we have prepare the extraction of leaves and Aloe Vera gel. For that take a pan and boil 250 ml of water. Add Tulsi leaves, Neem leaves, Hibiscus leaves and Aloe Vera Gel. Boil it well and add this extraction with the Shikakai mixture. Blend this mixture very well. Strain the shampoo twise using a fine filter. Let it be cool and store it in a glass bottle.