Alma Powder

Alma Powder is derived from the Indian Gooseberry, also known as the Alma fruit. This fruit, which is native to India, is extremely high in antioxidants, amino acids and tannins. The fruit has long been used in Ayurvedic Medicines for its astringent and tonic properties and the powder form of the fruit can now be found in numerous health and beauty products.   

Alma Powder for your Hair

Alma has long been used to help strengthen hair and even to help grow new hair that might have been lost due to Alopecia. Extremely rich in Vitamin C, Alma Powder helps with the formation of healthy collagen which is the connective tissue that leads to stronger, thicker hair. The amino acids that are present in the powder also help to nourish the scalp and supply your follicles with moisture and essential proteins.  While Alma Powder cannot do anything to repair hair follicles that have already been damaged, it does strengthen any newly growing strand which in turn leads to less hair loss. 

Soaking Overnight

In order to get the most out of Alma Powder, it is necessary to soak it overnight, preferably in a cast iron container.  After the overnight soak, simply strain the water and then use the resulting tonic to wash your hair.

Other Hair Uses

Alma Powder is not just for people who are in danger of hair loss. It is also an ideal remedy for gray or dull hair. Mixing Alma Powder with lemon juice is a great way to add shine to your hair. A paste made out of the powder and coconut oil applied to scalp daily is a great way to help reduce grey hairs while at the same time adding gloss. 


While Alma Powder is a great way to nourish the scalp and prevent hair loss and graying, you should be aware that it may darken your hair. Be sure to test your Alma Mixture on a small patch of hair before using it on your entire head.

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