Dr. Gowthaman shares some ways in which you can use this wonderful creation – Indigo.
Consuming herbs protects us from diseases and helps in building a healthy body. Do you remember those good old days when your mother/grandma would sit down to give you a relaxing head massage with hot oils? In India, this has been a tradition for years now and oils are considered one of the biggest secrets of envy-worthy hair.
The Neeli Plant (Indigo) bears worthy oils like Nilibhringadi Thailam (herbal hair oil) which is used to reduce hair fall. And, if you are looking for a natural alternative for chemical hair dyes, indigo powder is a great choice.
What Can ‘Indigo’ Do To Your Body?
- Treat diseases related to liver, digestion problems, etc.
- Cure wounds quickly.
- Treats problems like hair fall, premature greying of hair, thin hair, split ends in the hair, etc.
- Cures anaemia and stomach related problems.
- Treats splenomegaly (spleen) and hepatomegaly (liver) enlargement.
- Cures habitual constipation.
- Improves bacteria probiotics in our body.
Gout is a common/complex form of arthritis that causes sudden and severe attacks of pain, swelling, redness, etc in the joints. This is usually caused by symptoms like sudden onset of joint pain, joint swelling, heat in the affected area, and joint redness.
Drinking Indigo juice is the permanent solution to cure this problem.
Ideal Time to Drink
Consume 30 ml of the juice in the morning and at night before going to bed.
To increase the probiotics in the body naturally and with leisurely pace, follow the recipe.
- Mix Indigo Churna (Powder) or Indigo juice with a little warm water.
Ideal Time to Drink
Consume before breakfast in the morning and before dinner at night.
Indigo is not only grown commercially for hair treatment but also exported to other countries. You can also use Indigo’s paste to apply all over the head for hair growth and hair related problems.