Nothing feels worse than when you see a clump of hair in the corner while taking a hot bath. Did you know that seasonal hair loss is one of the most common causes that people ignore? Well, it is common in winter but it is not exclusive to this season. It can also affect people in the summer and other seasons. In fact, studies including the one published in the British Journal of Dermatology found that a change in season can lead to hair fall. To help you tackle it, we are sharing one ABC juice recipe that will help you deal with winter hair fall.
Have you heard of the ABC juice that’s been doing rounds on the internet recently? We have checked with nutritionists, and the claim that ABC juice is beneficial for you is not far-fetched! Before you think about what are we even talking about, here is a quick run-through for you.
ABC juice is a combination of three different juices, the most popularised one is apple, beetroot, and carrot mix. However, you can mix other healthy fruits and vegetables to address different problems. Mind you that you can’t randomly pair any three juices together, you need to know the right amount and benefits for each problem. Case in point – hair fall!
If winter takes a toll on your hair as well, then this drink by Ayurveda doctor Dr Dixa Bhavsar Savaliya will help you out. She recently shared a reel on her Instagram that will help you deal with hair fall.
Check out the reel right here:
“This super delicious & healthy Ayurvedic ABC Juice not only helps with massive hair fall and dry skin but also helps improve your Hb and overall nutrition,” read the caption she shared in the reel.
Here are the steps that will help you prepare ABC juice for hair fall as shared by the Ayurveda expert:
1. Chop the essential ingredients.
2. Add the additional ingredients of your choice to them.
3. Add one glass of water.
4. Let it grind in the mixture for a few minutes.
5. Once it turns liquid, pour it into an empty glass.
6. Add some lime and salt, and it’s ready to drink.
She added that a lack of haemoglobin in your system can lead to hair fall, weakness, tiredness, poor immunity, and feeling unenergetic. Boiled beets and carrots in the drink will be easy to digest. However, the raw vegetable juice might be too heavy to digest for people with low haemoglobin, fatigue, massive hair fall, skin issues, and low immunity have poor gut health. “So instead of raw, having boiled veggies is more effective,” adds the expert.
People can have this Ayurvedic energy drink every morning, which will help them deal with all their winter problems. However, people suffering from arthritis and joint pain, you should avoid Amla and lemon in the juice, she recommends.