Physico-Chemical Analysis of Gunja Tail and Its Conversion into Shampoo

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Champoo, Dandruff, herbal shampoo, Gunja shampoo, Gunja oil.

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Abdul Wakeel, D. S. S. (2019). Physico-Chemical Analysis of Gunja Tail and Its Conversion into Shampoo. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(02). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/290

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ABSTRACT:

Shampoo in simple terms is a hair care product designed to clean the scalp skin along with its hairs. Incidentally, the term shampoo entered the English language through the Hindi word “champoo” was used meaning to press or massage; it was used to denote cleaning through massage of the hair and skin [1]. Today’s shampoo formulations are beyond the stage of pure cleaning of the hair. Additional benefits are expected, e.g., conditioning, smoothing of the hair surface, good health of hair, i.e., hair free of dandruff, dirt, grease and lice and, above all, its safety benefits are expected. In the present scenario, it seems improbable that herbal shampoo, although better in performance and safer than the synthetic ones, will be popular with the consumers. The present study is about the preparation of Gunja shampoo and its comparative Physico-chemical study with the Gunja oil. Ayurvedic literature name Chakradatta Samhita had explained Gunja tail in Kandu rogadhikar, in this study conversion of tail will be done by shampoo as it is easily acquired by society.

 

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