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Stop Hair Loss And Reduce Pitta Dosha With One Secret Ingredient!

Stop Hair Loss And Reduce Pitta Dosha With One Secret Ingredient!

 

Amla or Amalaki is scientifically known as Emblica Officinalis or Phyllanthus Emblica. It is commonly also known as the Indian Gooseberry, amla, amalaki. You are likely to find this in most Indian households during the winter. It is a part of Triphala, the famed ayurvedic rasayana which works as a health booster for your immunity, metabolism, and digestion. Not just that, but amla is also one of the key ingredients of Chyawanprash, your secret immunity and health booster.  

Also Read: Amla For Grey Hair

According to ayurveda, pitta dosha is one of three doshas or energies that govern internal health and bodily functions. Pitta dosha consists of the elements of fire and water. An excess of this dosha causes too much heat in your body, which can lead to several health conditions and hair loss.

Amalaki is used in Tatva Hair ras and Scalp Oil. It aids in pacifying the heat caused by pitta dosha. Basically, an internal cooler. And it also helps flush out toxins. We realize at this point you probably have a lot of questions, so let’s begin! 

How does Pitta Dosha affect hair fall? 

The pitta dosha is responsible for regulating metabolic activity in the hair and body. When pitta is elevated it can lead to excessive sweating, indigestion, and excessive body heat. And all these factors affect your hair health by leading to premature hair thinning, greying and even balding in the body. Pitta imbalances are typically linked to inflammation in the body and hair shaft and root, which also aggravates thinning.

As per Ayurveda, your pitta gets elevated when you indulge in excessive amounts of spicy foods, oily, fried, greasy, sour and salty food, coffee, tea meats, alcohol, and smoking. 

According to Ayurveda, balancing your pitta dosha will help as a hair loss prevention, boost hair growth and improve hair quality. And the one super ingredient that Ayurveda uses to balance your pitta is - Amalaki.

 

 

 

Benefits of Amla for Hair

 

How do we use Amalaki to stop your hair loss? 

Amla is a rasayana ingredient. It helps balance all doshas and is especially beneficial in reducing pitta. At Traya we prescribe amalaki two ways to help improve your hair health and overall health. The internal supplement helps reduce pitta while the external application allows to repair damage done by pitta to the hair follicles and roots. 

 

Traya Hair Ras

 

Hair Ras - supplement

Hair ras contains numerous potent Ayurvedic herbs that help improve hair health along with amalaki. Amalaki as a supplement is an excellent Rasayana. It is rich in phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and thus reduces the activity of free radicals. It is the richest source of vitamin C thus helps in increasing scalp circulation and stimulating healthy growth. It also helps to increase collagen production which helps in the regeneration of hair follicles. This helps in being a hair loss prevention treatment as in stimulating hair growth and increasing hair volume. 

 

Traya Scalp Oil

 

Traya Scalp Oil - topical application 

Traya's scalp oil helps reduce excessive heat on the scalp, has a cooling effect on your scalp, it helps you feel calm and relaxed. Not only that by increasing blood flow to your scalp when used with a gentle massage it also boosts hair growth. We use amla in our oil formula to strengthen the scalp and hair, reduce premature greying and stimulate hair growth. Moreover, it also prevents dandruff, scalp irritation and dryness.  

Ayurvedic Remedies To Balance Pitta Dosha

Some Do’s And Don'ts 

  • Choose a pitta pacifying diet. Everyone who is on the Traya Hair Loss Treatment gets a personalised diet plan which helps reduce your pitta. This diet plan was created by our Ayurvedic doctor - Dr Shailendra Chaubey. You can get in touch with our hair experts for the same here. 
  • Cut out the lifestyle habits that can increase pitta such as consuming junk and processed food, excess caffeine, smoking and alcohol.
  • Use pitta or dosha balancing Ayurvedic ingredients such as amalaki, neem and triphala
  • Manage your stress levels by meditating or practising Yoga. This will help reduce your pitta dosha

      Pitta Dosha

      Diet tips to help reduce pitta

      This is a universal question that lots of people ask – How to balance Pitta? To manage your pitta dosha, you have to incorporate some simple changes in your diet. Diet is the most important element to control your pitta. Let’s discuss some of the crucial dietary tips to decrease your pitta.

      • Stay away from foods that increase the acidic pH of your body. Such as caffeine, alcohol, processed foods, fermented foods, etc
      • Start consuming foods that are rich in fibres, good fats, vitamins and nutrients
      • Make yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water. For more download our generic diet plan here.

      Herbs to reduce pitta

      There are lots of home remedies to balance your pitta dosha hair fall. They comprise herbs that are helpful for your pitta. Ayurvedic pitta home remedies are the best way to reduce your pitta faster.

      • Amalaki or amla 
      • Neem 
      • Triphala
      • Ghee made of cow’s milk
      • Kalyanaka ghrita is ayurvedic ghee - it contains herbs like Triphala, pomegranate, and indian madder
      • Cumin seeds or jeera with lukewarm water
      • Elaichi or cardamom. 

      Yoga poses to control pitta

      Yoga is one of the best ways to reduce body health. Here are the best yoga poses to help balance your pitta dosha levels. 

      • Balasana - The child pose, you have to sit on your knees with the help of your hand. Now, bring both hands to the sides of your knees. After that, twist your head and try to touch the floor with the help of your forehead.
      • Marjaryasana - Cat and cow pose, incorporates taking your knee and hand in position. Hold your hand on the floor. Now, inhale by arching your spine to build a cat position.
      • Bhujangasana - Cobra pose, is also an effective yoga pose for pitta dosha. You have to lay down on your stomach with the help of your hands under the shoulder. Then, try to lift your shoulders and head. Now, inhale and exhale while lowering yourself down.
      • Jathara Parivartanasana - Spinal twist, is another great yoga position for pitta. You have to lie down on your back. Then, bend your knees and lift your feet. Don’t forget that your calf should be parallel to the floor. Put both your shoulders out and then inhale. Twist your knees to the left side while exhaling.
      • You can also perform pranayama and breathing exercises altogether. Sheetali pranayama is one of the effective exercises that incorporate inhaling from your mouth and exhaling from your nose. 

        Takeaway

        If you think your pitta is elevated or that you're suffering from hair loss due to elevated pitta dosha and not sure what is causing your hair loss, take the Traya's free hair test form right here

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