Plants used by the local inhabitant of bhabar tract for hair related problems


Hair related problems are really an important issue any one can face in life. In Today’s life hair related problems are very common due to many reasons like- illness, tension, hormone imbalance, polluted water and air, hereditary, use of chemicals on hair, etc. Hair comes in many different lengths, colors, and textures. It is normal to shed some hair each day as it is natural. However, some people may experience excessive hair loss i.e. more than normal. It create problem of hair loss and baldness. The paper deals with 30 plant species used for hair related problems i.e. Baldness, Dandruff, Lice, as a Hair tonic, for making hair black etc. by the local inhabitants of Bhabar tract.

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Pooja Juyal, J. C. Ghildiyal


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Pooja Juyal, J. C. Ghildiyal (2013). Plants used by the local inhabitant of bhabar tract for hair related problems. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Reserach, 1(2), -.