Ginger For Hair Growth: How To Use It

Ginger For Hair Growth: How To Use It

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The modern hard and fast life has been the leading cause of many health issues people face today. Nature and Ayurveda have many natural and safe remedial ingredients that help prevent hair falls. One such remedy ingredient is Ginger. Ginger for hair growth has been traditionally used. It was believed to promote hair growth and reduce hair fall, packed with antioxidants and antifungal and antimicrobial properties.

Benefits Of Ginger For Hair Growth

The following are the benefits of ginger for hair growth.


Ginger roots have traditionally been used to cure inflammatory ailments as they contain antioxidants and other refreshing agents that help cure irritation in the scalp.

Boosts hair growth

Ginger has essential nutrients and antioxidants, gingerol, which helps relax the blood vessels and promote blood circulation in the scalp, nourishing roots, and follicles.

Reduces hair fall

Elements like phosphorus, magnesium, and fatty acids like linoleic acid are present in ginger roots, strengthening hair follicles and preventing hair fall.

Dandruff control

Ginger has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, which help to prevent dandruff and keeps the scalp clean. Dandruff, which is the scalp’s dead skin cells, clogs the hair follicles.

Prevents premature greying

The presence of antioxidants helps delay greying and increases hair’s natural pigmentation, smoothens the texture, making it glossy and silky.

Impeccable Recipes and Benefits of Different Hair Packs

Ginger for hair growth

Now that we know the benefits of Ginger, we shall talk about how to use Ginger for hair growth. Five effective hair treatments are listed below-

Ginger and curry patta (leaves)

Curry leaves are rich in antioxidants. They moisturize the scalp. Being rich in amino acids, it keeps the hair follicles clean and healthy. Ginger has gingerol, which helps fight free radicals and keeps the scalp free of infection.


6-7 curry patta

1/3 cup of fresh ginger juice


Grate ginger and strain the grated Ginger to squeeze out the juice. To make a paste, take a few fresh curry leaves and blend them in a mixer. Mix the ginger juice and curry pasta paste and apply generously to the scalp and hair lengths. Leave it for more or less an hour or so and wash with a mild shampoo. For desired results, do it once a week.

Ginger juice

Ginger, as we know, is packed with antifungal agents. The ginger extract helps enhance blood circulation and maintains the natural pH of the scalp. It can be used as a spot treatment for dandruff and scaly patches.


Fresh Ginger


To extract juice from Ginger, grate the Ginger. Then with the help of a muslin cloth, squeeze the juice. With the help of a cotton ball, apply the juice to the required spots, and rinse it off after an hour. For optimum results, apply it twice a week.

Ginger juice and coconut milk

Coconut milk is rich in nutrients such as zinc, vitamins B12 and C, and fats and proteins essential to promote hair growth. Ginger is rich in magnesium, phosphorus, and antiseptic properties vital in combating hair loss.


A fresh, matured coconut to extract the coconut milk

1/3 cup of ginger juice.


Finely grate the coconut. Then use a muslin cloth, and squeeze the milk into a bowl. In another bowl, grate ginger and extract its juice by squeezing it in a muslin cloth. Add the coconut milk and ginger juice, and apply all over the scalp and hair, massaging the scalp in a circular motion. Wash it off after an hour. For desired results, apply at least twice a week.

Ginger and carrier oil

Ginger, when used with a carrier oil, which has deep conditioning properties, adds to the nourishment and moisturizing of the scalp and hair follicles. You can use carrier oils: coconut oil, olive oil, and jojoba oil.


A tablespoon of any carrier oil you prefer

One tablespoon of ginger paste


Blend the Ginger and make a smooth paste. Add a tablespoon of any carrier oil. To enhance the nutritional properties, take this ginger oil and warm it over boiling water for a minute. Massage this all over the scalp in a circular motion for at least 5 minutes. Keep it for 30 minutes, and then rinse it off.

Ginger-garlic and aloe vera

Garlic has sulfur and vitamins, which boosts collagen production. Aloe vera has amino acids and vitamins which keep the hair follicles healthy and helps to combat dandruff.


9-10 garlic cloves


aloe vera pulp


Grate the garlic and Ginger with a muslin cloth and squeeze the juice. Then to this juice, add freshly extracted aloe vera pulp. Apply this mixture all over the scalp. Wash off after an hour.

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Thus, you can try the above treatments to promote hair growth. Use the ingredients according to the amount mentioned above and maintain the time of application for desired results. Before applying, ensure you are not allergic to any ingredients. There can be nothing safer and more effective than natural ingredients. So, apply the recipes mentioned above for hair packs and prepare to be amazed at the wonderful results of healthy hair with the different benefits of Ginger.


Mona has been a part of the health and beauty-related industry for many years and loves writing on topics related to natural DIY, skincare, haircare, makeup, and fashion.