Bhrangraj–Dr Mohd Saudagar

Bhrangraj–Dr Mohd Saudagar

The plant has traditional uses in Ayurveda. It is bitter, hot, sharp, dry in taste. In India it is known as bhangra (भांग्र), bhringaraj,bhrungraja and bhringraja. Wedelia calendulacea is known by the same names, so the white-flowered E. alba is called white bhangra and the yellow-flowered W. calendulacea is called yellow bhangra.[6] The various Sanskrit names of Eclipta Alba, i.e. Bhringraj, Bhringraja, Bhrungraja etc., are literally translated as the ‘King of Hair’, clearly referring to its traditional reputation in Ayurveda as an herb supporting hair growth.[7] Some Ayurvedic hair oils incorporate Bhringraj as an ingredient. It is reported to improve hair growth and color.[8][9][medical citation needed] A study in rats showed that petroleum ether extracts of E. prostrata decreased the amount of time it took for hair to begin regrowing and to fully regrow in shaved albino rats. The result of treatment with E. prostrata was better than the positive control, 2% minoxidil.

Dr Mohd Saudagar

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