Therapeutic effects: The plants used in the oil have been recognised in the traditional pharmacopoeias to be effective in promoting the growth of hair, preventing premature greying and falling of hair,  and the scalp treatment of the scalp inflammation. Some plants have been shown to have anti-inflammatory and  antibacterial effects. The therapeutic effect of the oil is due to the combined and synergistic  effects of the constituent species. The oil relieves tension and stimulates hair follicles and promotes blood circulation and cell division.

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In Ayurveda, the scalp and hair is compared to the root system of  a tree. The care devoted to the scalp and hair manifests itself in a healthy body. The ingredients used in Ayurvedic hair oils act in several ways. Regular massage of the head with an Ayurvedic hair oil relaxes the scalp muscles, releases tension and enhances the working of the upper respiratory system. The hair is rendered healthy and growth is enhanced. Thus regular use of hair oils following a bath is an important part of Ayurvedic Health Care methodology. In the formulation of Link Kesha, the plant species have been selected from those used in Ayurvedic hair oils for the treatment of ailments of the head, the upper respiratory system, and scalp conditions. It is produced with Link’s usual technological thoroughness; using authenticated plant material and systematic quality control, from raw materials to the final product. The plants are proven to contain constituents that can cause relaxation of the scalp. (See; Technical Data Sheet) The captivating aroma of the oil is a contributory factor to relieve feelings of tension. Kesha hair oil may be used as a daily hair application or, as oil for head massage



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