Indian gooseberry is an accepted hair tonic in traditional recipes for enriching hair growth and hair pigmentation. The fruit, cut into pieces, is dried preferably in shade. These pieces are boiled in coconut oil till the solid matter becomes like charred dust. This darkish oil is an excellent oil to prevent greying. The water in which dried amla pieces are soaked overnight is also nourishing to hair. This water should be used for the last rinse while washing the hair.
Washing the hair with Bengal gram flour, keeps them clean, soft and free from hair diseases.
Washing the hair with a paste of cooked black gram dhal and fenugreek lengthens the hair, keeps them black and cures dandruff.
The threshing floors shall be full of wheat and the vats shall overflow with new wine and oil. Joel 2: 24
God moves in seasons! Every time
God's people rebelled and turned their backs on God His presence moved away and
their enemies overpowered them destro....