Ayurvedic treatment for Beard and Hair Loss

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Hair loss is one of the most prevalent issues that Indian men confront. Every person encounters hair loss daily. The issue remains, though, how much is too much?Every day, humans can shed up to a hundred strands of hair. Many Indian males, on the other hand, lose more than 100 strands of hair every day.Many Indian men display indications of thinning and early graying of their hair far sooner than they know. This is a worrying topic for many of us males. So, how can you quit using Ayurveda for hair loss and naturally regenerate your hair? Ayurvedic herbs are one of the most effective hair loss remedies.

Alopecia areata is a medical illness that causes hair loss in some or all regions of the body, most often the scalp. It is frequently referred to as spot baldness because it develops bald areas on the scalp, particularly in the early stages. The illness can extend to the entire scalp (Alopecia totalis) or the whole epidermis in 1–2% of instances (Alopecia Universalis).

Alopecia, also known as alopecia areata, is an acquired skin condition that affects all hair-bearing skin, including the beard and scalp, and is defined by localized patches of non-scarring hair loss. Alopecia areata is induced by an immune system dysfunction, according to current studies. The majority of instances are reversible to normalcy on their own with treatments and the correction of key circumstances. Other observations that may be useful include the presence of small hairs, which are likely split, yellow regions of skin buildup at the follicular orifice, gray hairs all present in a bald area, and short thin hairs.

The impact of alopecia on an individual

Even though it is a painless and harmless condition that does not affect one’s physiology, many people do not believe alopecia is worth medical attention. However, because society places such a high value on looks, it can be saddening and humiliating for those who suffer from it. It can greatly affect sexuality, self-esteem, and body image, which may cause the individual to restrict social activities, leading to anxiety. This long-term state of depressive episodes may further detach the person.

As per Acharya Sushruta, Pitta (fire and water) affiliated with Vata (space and air) localizes in the Roma (hair) Kupa (roots) and induces hair fall; afterward, Kapha (water and earth) affiliated with Rakta (blood) causes a blockage to micro-channels to supply nutrients to the hair follicle, resulting in the falling of tufts of hair in that specific region and also avoiding additional regrowth of hair that leaves a bald patch.


The current way of life, including the avoidance of head baths, the use of hazardous shampoos, allergic symptoms, and the avoidance of Shiro (head) Abhyanga (massage), among other things, leads to poor scalp cleanliness, Dosha vitiation, and hair loss (Indralupta).

Ayurvedic alopecia therapy and beard hair loss treatment

Because Doshas clog the hair pores, the first step in Ayurvedic therapy for alopecia is to relieve the obstruction to encourage hair regeneration. Following that, external applications to promote hair development, such as herbal oil massage and Ayurvedic medications, are used. The overall goal of the treatment is to diminish Pitta Dosha through bodily cleansing, depending on the severity of the disease.

In ancient Ayurveda, the course of normal alopecia areata is predicted with certain parameters depending on the distribution and presentation of the ailment, such as the longer the duration of hair loss and the greater the region affected, the less probable it for the hair to regrow.

The use of medicinal oil to the scalp is quite beneficial in managing excessive hair loss. It increases blood flow to the hair follicles and stimulates hair growth. Indian gooseberry is also recommended by Ayurveda for its cooling impact in the treatment of Pitta Dosha. It contains a lot of antioxidants and vitamin C.

For centuries, Aloe Vera has been used to encourage hair development. It is regarded to be a tool for preventing hair loss and is extremely effective in the case of Indralupta. A natural anti-oxidant and blood purifier that cleanses your body’s channels and enhances your immune system.

Ayurveda, with its well-known and time-tested herbs and oils, can assist you in treating such a condition. For local application, oils such as Rishi grow hair oil, dhurdhurapatradi, and Bhringraj oil, among others, are employed. Hair growth capsules, brahmi, bhringraj, and other herbs can be administered internally depending on the patient’s condition. Depending on the patient’s situation in regrowing hair again, several panchkarma therapies might be prescribed. If you have any of the aforementioned types of alopecia, make an appointment with Deevyaayurveda’s herbal trichologist and show off your hair.

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