Mini ZoeM 100% Cold Pressed Fenugreek Oil

Mini ZoeM 100% Cold Pressed Fenugreek Oil

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Rich source of Protein, it helps in curbing hair loss. It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that can help reduce dandruff.

Fenugreek is a natural source of iron, silicon, sodium and thiamine. Fenugreek contains mucilagins which are known for soothing and relaxing inflamed tisuues. Fenugreek seeds contain alkaloids, including trigonelline, gentianine and carpine compounds. the seeds also contain fibre, 4-hydroyisoleucine and fenugreekine, a component that may have hypoglycemic activity. The Fenugreek seeds being high source of Protein are very useful in hairfall ,so it helps in treating baldness, thinning of hair and hair fall. It also has Lecithin, a natural emollient which helps in strengthening and moisturisation of hair. It also keeps the dandruff away and keeps the hair free of lices.

ZoeM 100% Cold Pressed Fenugreek Oil stimulates blood flow to the scalp, nourishes hair follicles and promotes faster and healthier hair growth. It also has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help with dandruff and scalp irritation. 

Net Weight: 30 ML

How to use ? Take 1 tsp and mix with an oil base of your choice. Gently massage it on your scalp and strands. Leave overnight and use a mild shampoo to rinse off. For best results, use twice a week.



Beyond the culinary and the mild medicinal uses, this seemingly lowly herb also bears something of a super-natural reputation, transcending the boundaries between magic, medicine and cosmetics.



The nicotinic acid and proteins of the fenugreek seed treats dandruff and its causes effectively. The lecithin content in fenugreek helps hydrate the hair and strengthen its root


Cup your palm and pour a small amount of hair oil in it. Gently massage the oil in your scalp for about 10 minutes, to ensure all the areas are massaged well. In case of curly hair, part your hair into sections to avoid missing any spots. Dilute it with a base of cold pressed virgin coconut.


One of the oldest medicinal plants, fenugreek's earliest recorded use dates back to the ancient Egyptians. Both Hippocrates and Pliny also refer to the herb. Remains have been found in Egypt from as early as 3000BC.