Vadik Herbs, Brahmi Amla Oil, 8 fl oz
UPC Code: 074669100012
Brahmi, also know as as Gotu Kola, combined with Ayurvedic Amla makes a unique body building formula for your hair. With this combination, the Amla ingredients act to condition and nourish the hair while Brahmi helps to strengthen and add body to the hair.
8 fl oz
Rub oil into the scalp and massage with your fingertips using circular motion until you have covered the entire scalp. Couple this with a warm towel wrapped over the head, and left on for about 15 to 20 minutes. This helps nourish your hair as well as relaxing the body and mind.
Organic sesame seed oil, Brahmi (gotu kola), Amla (Indian gooseberry), Ashwagandha (withania somnifera), Turmeric (curcuma longa), Bringraj (eclipta alba), Gokshura (t. ter), Bala (sida cordifolia), Neem (azadirachta indica), Purnarnava (boerhavia diffusa), Shatawari (asparagus racemosa), Essential oil fragrance
About Vadik Herbs
Vadik Herbs (from Bazaar of India) has produced quality Ayurvedic raw herbs and formulas since 1971 under the mantra of "Quality, Service, and Integrity." Vadik starts with the finest raw materials available cultivated from natural sources. Herbs are organically grown and wild crafted - no pesticides, insecticides, or artificial treatments are used in the growing of these herbs. After sourcing, harvesting, and cleaning, these materials are subjected to a series of in-depth quality control tests to ensure purity, potency and cleanliness. Quality checks continue throughout the various stages of manufacturing, as well as at the completion of production. By maintaining this intense level of quality control and developing new methods and techniques to ensure top product quality, Vadik Herbs perpetuates its long-standing position at the forefront of the Ayurvedic product industry.
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