Ingredients in Mira Hair Oil

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Ingredients in Mira Hair Oil
Mira Hair Oil can become part of your hair-care routine. (woman brushing hair image by forca from Fotolia.com)

Mira hair oil has been used in India for over 5,000 years. The all-natural, organic hair oil--which is said to promote hair growth--can be used by people of all ages and ethnicities. Mira hair oil can be applied as an overnight hair-mask or during a scalp-massage. You can also work the oil through your hair, as if you were applying gel. To understand how Mira hair oil works, you can look at the product's main ingredients.

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Eclipta Alba and Oil

Eclipta Alba, also known as False Daisy, is one of the primary ingredients in Mira Hair Oil. The annual grows in the tropics and is part of the sunflower family. The plant is believed to have therapeutic properties that boost the immune system. Eclipta Alba mixed with mineral oil forms a concoction that is said to promote hair growth when applied to the scalp. It is also believed to keep the hair dark and lustrous.

Cardiospermum Halicacabum

Cardiospermum Halicacabum, also known as balloon vine, is one of Mira Hair Oil's main ingredients. It's a tropical climbing plant found in Asia and Africa. The roots of this plant's leaves are often used in medicine. The juice of the leaves is believe to help with earaches, and placing the leaves on tumours and swellings is believed to aid them. Even though not clinically proven, people in the tropics use Cardiospermum Halicacabum, when making oil to helps infants with breathing problems.

Centella Asiatica

Centella Asiatica, also known as Indian pennywort, has been used as a medicinal herb for centuries. The herb has been used to increase circulation, treat skin disorders such as psoriasis and revitalise connective tissue. Centella Asiatica has also been used in anti-ageing products.

Bacopa Monnieri

Bacopa Monnieri, also known as water hyssop, has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine as a memory enhancer and treatment for epilepsy. In India the herb's usage is popular for the treatment of skin conditions, sprains, anaemia, sprains, diabetes, fractures and asthma. The herb grows mainly in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Vietnam.

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