Mens Health

How To get Rid of Dandruff

Dandruff is a condition of the scalp that causes the flakes of skin to appear , and becomes more visible if a person does not wash or brush  his or her hair often .

Keep your self clean, avoid unhealthy food and exercise regularly this will keep you healthy and also reduce the dandruff.

Lets talk about the best home remedies to get rid of dandruff :-

Lemon juice is considered to be very useful when it comes to fight with the dandruff, squeeze 2 tablespoon of lemon juice and massage it on your head for 4 to 5 minutes , this will remove the excess oil from the scalp and will cure dandruff.

Coconut oil helps to moisturize the hair and the scalp which tackles the dryness caused by the dandruff. This will not completely eliminate dandruff but will give your scalp some comfort . coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles .

Aloe Vera  is known for its healing properties, it reduces inflammations and can help people with dandruff and itching problems.  Aloe Vera has Anti- Fungal and Anti -Bacterial properties. Gently apply the Aloe Vera gel on your head and keep it for 1 hour and then use a mild shampoo to rinse the gel off your scalp. 

Amla (goose berry)  fights against all hair weakening factors and thickens hair, amla is rich in nutrients . Applying amla makes your hair thicker and bouncier . You can also create a simple Anti dandruff hair pack with amla powder, Tulsi leaves and water.

Try it and please share the feedback if you happy with the results.

Indian God

Ganesha also known as Ganapati and vinayaka , is one of the best-known and most worshiped deities in the hindi pantheon. Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles. the patron of arts and sciences and the deva of intellect and wisdom. As the god of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rites and ceremonies. Ganesha is also invoked as patron of letters and learning during writing sessions.

Ganesha is potbellied and generally depicted as holding in his hand a few round Indian sweets, of which he is inordinately fond. His vehicle is the large Indian bandicoot rat, which symbolizes Ganesha’s ability to overcome anything to get what he wants. Like a rat and like an elephant, Ganesha is a remover of obstacles. The 10-day late-summer (August–September) festival Ganesh Chaturthi is devoted to him. Ganesha is traditionally regarded as the child of both Shiva and Parvati.

In some parts of India Ganesha is depicted as celibate, but in others he is said to be married to both Buddhi (“Intelligence”) and Siddhi (“Success”). Yet other traditions give him a third wife, Riddhi (“Prosperity”).