Jaborandi: Conheça os benefícios da planta medicinal e saiba como usá-la

Benefits of the medicinal plant and how to use it


Jaborandi is a medicinal plant capable of treating health problems. Furthermore, it is excellent for nourishing and restoring hair strands.

Jaborandi is a medicinal plant widely used in the cosmetic industry due to its natural properties, which are excellent for treating hair problems, as they act on cell renewal, stimulating the strengthening and growth of hair, making it more resistant and healthy.

And, anyone who thinks that Jaborandi can only be used for aesthetic purposes is mistaken, as tea from this herb is capable of helping to treat various health problems, such as glaucoma, bronchitis, diabetes and even intestinal cramps.

Furthermore, are you curious to know more about the benefits of Jaborandi for the health of your body and hair? So, continue reading as we have compiled all the information about this plant that, without a doubt, will gain a special place in your daily life.

Benefits of Jaborandi for hair

  • Reduces hair loss: Rich in pilocarpine, a substance that strengthens hair, Jaborandi is recommended for those who suffer from hair loss problems;
  • Fights dandruff;
  • Stimulates hair growth: The plant’s natural oil, when applied to the scalp, acts to protect and stimulate hair growth.
  • It is a natural emollient: The use of Jaborandi helps hydrate the hair, making it more beautiful and silky;
  • It has a moisturizing action: The medicinal plant is capable of retaining water in the hair, keeping it hydrated.

Medicinal Properties

Jaborandi: Discover the benefits of the medicinal plant and learn how to use it

Jaborandi serves as an excellent natural medicine for various health problems, such as:

  • Bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia: The medicinal properties of Jaborandi dilate the lung alveoli, causing the oxygen flow to increase;
  • Diabetes: Jaborandi tea helps reduce blood sugar;
  • Kidney paralysis: Recommended even in cases that already require hemodialysis.
  • Intestinal colic;
  • Sexually transmitted diseases: Gonorrhea, chancroid and HPV are examples of diseases that medicinal herbs help to eliminate.

How to use?

Jaborandi can be used in tea or extract format. Furthermore, when macerated, the plant’s leaves yield a thick, flavorful liquid that can be consumed for medicinal purposes.

Jaborandi Tea

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To make jaborandi tea, first, simply add 20g of leaves to each liter of filtered and boiled water. Then, with the hot water, add the herb leaves and cover for about 10 minutes. After this period, remove the leaves and consume.

Consumption should be 2 cups per day.

How to apply tea to your hair

First, with your hair still dry, apply the tea (at a warm or cold temperature) to the lengths, ends and scalp. Then, massage the hair well so that the solution penetrates well. After that, put on a protective cap and leave it to act for 40 minutes.

Finally, finish by washing your hair normally with shampoo and conditioner.

jaborandi oil

Jaborandi: Discover the benefits of the medicinal plant and learn how to use it
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Jaborandi oil protects the scalp and acts as a hair stimulant. Furthermore, it is an excellent option for those who want more shiny, light and soft hair. But after all, how do you apply it to your hair?

Firstly, you need to heat a tablespoon of jaborandi oil for a few seconds in the microwave. Then, apply to dry hair, strands and roots.

Massage your scalp well and let the oil act for about 2 hours. So, after this time of action, rinse the hair with cold water, wash with shampoo and finish with conditioner.

Another way to get the benefits of jaborandi oil on your hair is by mixing it with traditional shampoos. Add a few drops for every 100ml of product.

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Sources: Salon Line, Women’s Tips, Changing Diapers.

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