Bringha (Eclipta Alba)
Popularly known as Bringharaj, in southern India is a flowering herb that is one of the main active ingredients of the Indulekha Bringha Oil.
In ayurvedic medicine, the leaf extract is considered as rejuvenative, and especially good for the hair . This plant has been known as an ingredient for hair care because it contains Ecliptine,a compund which can solve the branched hair problems and promote the hair growth.
Swethakudaja (Wrightia tinctoria)
Commonly known as Sweet Indrajao, Pala indigo plant or the Dyers Oleander is a small and beautiful deciduous tree that has whole lot of medicinal properties such as its anti-inflammatory, anti-infective and anti-dandruff properties. It is recommended as a good antimicrobial agent and the potency of the compound is improved with oil base.
During the production of Indulekha bringha oil, the Swethakutaja leaves are dipped in pure coconut milk oil and are exposed to sunlight during daytime and kept inside a dark room at night time for seven days. Such careful preparation allows the extraction with all the medicinal goodness in the leaves making it an effective ingredient in the Indulekha Bringha Oil.
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis)
Also known as Kathalai or Chotthu kathalai in southern India, Aloe Vera is a common house plant which has a long history as a multipurpose folk remedy. This ultimate healing plant has even been regarded as the Plant of Immortality in ancient Egypt.
Aloe vera has many rejuvenating, healing and soothing properties, which makes it highly beneficial for the hair and skin and it has no side effects. It is used in the Indulekha Bringha oil to heal all scalp damages. Aloe vera includes saponins, which are soapy substances from the gel that perform strongly as an antimicrobial agent. It also directly enriches the growth of hair strands through the scalp.