L'Ayurveda de Rogue — Hair & beauty
Amla has been eaten, or been made into tonics, pastes and oils for years, for issues that range from hair loss to autoimmune disorders. Whether you choose to take it down as a shot in the AM to boost cell growth and immunity, or apply it to your strands as a pack, amla is a must-have for hair, particularly if you're looking to improve growth or scalp health. “Amla or the Indian gooseberry contains lots of essential fatty acids that strengthen hair follicles, giving the hair strength and lustre,” states dermatologist and hair transplant surgeon, Dr Pankaj Chaturvedi. While it...