ZoeM Mini Curry Leaf Extract

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Helps avoid hair greying, treating damaged hair, adding limp hair bounce, strengthening thin hair shaft, hair fall and dandruff treatment. 

Murraya koenigii or Curry leaves are rich source of natural antioxidant substances such as tocopherol, β‑carotene, lutein, flavonoids, and phenolics. The extracts and essential oil of the plant exhibit antibacterial and antifungal activities. 

It is one of the medically useful plants used by our ancestors many centuries ago. Murraya koenigii can be used to relieve the symptoms of a variety of diseases, as evident from the pre-clinical evidence, keeping in mind the enormous pharmacological activities and availability of literature. The Murraya koenigii's chemical composition consists of essential oil alkaloids and terpenoids. It has many benefits for hair growth, the murraya koenigii, also known as hair growth enhancer. Since they are rich in beta-carotene and protein content, which are important for preventing hair loss and thinning hair. Proteins are also important for hair growth, as hair is made of protein. Curry leave have a high amino acid content, which strengthens the hair fibre.

The curry leaves have Tikta (bitter) and Kashaya (astringent) properties. It is blessed with all the trigunas i.e. Laghu (light), Rukhsha(dry) and Tikshna (sharp). It has Ushna Virya (hot potency) and Katu Vipaka (pungent metabolic property). It aggravates the Pitta doshas (digestion) and pacifies Vata (air) and Kapha (earth and water) doshas.

The richness of antioxidants in ZoeM Mini Curry leaf extract and nutrients in these leaves work wonders in giving one a lustrous long hair. It treats damaged hair, strengthens the hair roots, prevents hair fall and also treats dandruff.

Net Weight 20ml

Key ingredient

Curry Leaves

Curry leaves are packed with protein, vitamin B and beta-carotene which works wonders for
hair shafts which have been damaged by hot styling products, pollution, hair sprays, chemical treatments and color. They also boost hair growth, reduce frizz and ensure hair is hydrated , restore melanin- the pigment responsible for natural hair color.

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The amino acid content of curry leaves is also high, which strengthens the hair fibre. A decent amount of vitamin A is present in curry leaves (beta-carotene is 12,600IU/100gm), calcium (810mg/100gm), phosphorus (600mg/100gm), iron (3.1 mg/100gm), vitamin C (4mg/100gm) and fibre (6.1%). It has high oxalate levels (1.35 percent) as well.

How to use

Take a few drops and mix with your favourite base oil in a dilution of upto 2% curry leaf oil and 98% base or carrier oil. Massage it gently into the roots and leave overnight for absorption. Wash with a mild shampoo the next day. Use twice a week.

Did you know?

An often mentioned virtue of the leaves is that eating it helps in hair growth and darkens the hair. The leaves have found its way in many holistic treatments like Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and traditional Chinese treatments for their medicinal properties in treating diabetes, diarrhea, gastro intestinal disorders etc. The extract from the curry leaves have an active constituent which is anti-diabetic in nature and hence are widely used for the treatment of diabetes.