Question: Can we mix castor oil and Amla oil for hair?

Can these two work together? Yes! Although both the vitamins have a different physiological structure, both the vitamins work wonderfully well when mixed together. For example, they work together and support each other as antioxidants.

What kind of oil should I mix with castor oil for hair?

Castor oil is a thick and viscous oil, so mixing it with other oils may make it easier for you to apply and spread it throughout the hair evenly. It can be mixed with lighter oils like olive oil, sesame seed (til) oil, sunflower oil or coconut oil.

How can I use Amla oil for hair growth?

Collect the oil in a jar and discard the amla and curry leaves. While it is still slightly warm, apply it to your scalp and hair. Massage your scalp, let it sit for 20-30 minutes and then wash it off with a mild sulfate-free shampoo and cool/lukewarm water. These are the ways you can use amla to stimulate hair growth.

Does Amla oil make hair thicker?

Amla Oil for improving hair condition



Hair does appear to grow thicker, healthier and stronger with amla oil. Another key benefit it that amla does slightly darken hair, so for brunettes, that’s a bonus. For blonds, it’s best to use amla on the scalp as opposed to ends.

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Which is better Amla oil or coconut oil?

Amla hair oil: Amla or Indian gooseberry is one of the best ingredients for healthy hair. … Coconut oil is suitable for all hair types, but more so for those with dry hair. It is best to mix coconut oil with some other oil for best results.

What are the side effects of Amla?

Dr. Sophia Jeremiah

Nature: Ayurvedic
Composition: Amla (Indian Gooseberry or Phyllanthus emblica)
Side Effects: Hyperacidity, Unwanted Weight Loss, Mild Abdominal Discomfort
Precautions: Overconsumption, Acidity, Ulcers, Loose Motions, Hypoglycaemia, High Blood Pressure
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