How To Get Rid Of Dandruff With Fenugreek Seeds

Updated: 02-02-2024

Author: Ashritha Pendkar 

Fenugreek seeds have been used for treating various beauty problems and health issues since time immemorial.

The paste of fenugreek seeds has been effectively used as a hair and face mask to cure various skin problems and to get rid of dandruff. Oil-prepared fenugreek oil is also effective against hair fall and dandruff problems.

Benefits of Fenugreek Seeds

Regular application of fenugreek seeds makes your hair shinier and longer. The nicotine and protein content in these seeds is considered highly effective in controlling hair fall and cleaning your scalp from the presence of dirt, dust, and dandruff.

Hair issues such as hair thinning and baldness can be treated using fenugreek seeds.

The lecithin present in these seeds hydrates the hair and makes them stronger from the roots. Regular usage of fenugreek seeds guarantees a long and lustrous thick hair.

How To Get Rid Of Dandruff With Fenugreek Seeds?

The use of warm water during winter causes the scalp surface to become flaky and dry. This leads to the formation of dandruff. Hormonal changes can also cause dandruff in women.

Soak 2 tbsp fenugreek seeds in warm water overnight. Make a fine paste of these seeds in the morning and directly apply using a hairbrush on the scalp.

Leave the paste on the scalp for around half an hour. Wash using natural hair cleansers such as soap-nut solution and shikakai.

" For a further boost to hair health, you can use the hair tonic as a final rinse by soaking fenugreek seeds in water overnight. Follow this treatment twice a week for a few months to get rid of dandruff. "

Fenugreek seeds are also useful in hair care and white hair permanentely

You can mix warm olive oil with crushed fenugreek seeds or even with warm coconut oil and form a paste to heal and soothe the infected scalp. Combining fenugreek seed paste with apple cider vinegar is also effective in treating dandruff

Thanks so much for reading How To Get Rid Of Dandruff With Fenugreek Seeds.


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