Ayurvedic Treatment for Alopecia


Alopecia in ancient ayurveda is termed as Indralupta. It is one among the Kapala (scalp) Rogas. The pitta (air and water) along with vata gets localized in roots which causes hairfall. Later the kapha associated with blood results in obstruction to micro channels which supplies nutrients to hair follicles resulting in excessive hair fall in some areas called bald patches. This further leads to preventing regrowth of the hair. Ancient ayurveda has been the solution for alopecia since ages. Since Doshas lead to blockage of the pores of the hair; the first step is to always clear and remove the blockage in order to promote regeneration of hair. Herbal oils and herbs are useful in treating alopecia. Oils as external applications on hair are followed in ayurveda to enhance hair growth. Ayurvedic Treatment for Alopecia helps in - 

  • Controls excessive hair loss
  • Improves blood circulation to hair follicles
  • Promotes hair growth 


Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.

Effective Treatment By Cow Urine Therapy

Cow urine is an effective disinfectant. Because of this reason, it is used for treating dandruff, scalp infections and many other infectious diseases effectively. Another proven healing property of cow urine is its antioxidant effect. This is a highly powerful healing element in cow urine which sets right damaged and non-functional tissues.  Therefore, cow urine casts a rejuvenating effect on various organs and tissues, including the skin. Revitalization of the liver is a classic example for the rejuvenation effect achieved by cow urine therapy.





Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective


Jatamansi is a small shrub whose rhizomes may speed hair growth. It is also an age-old natural remedy for many conditions, including hair loss. It contains antioxidants and promotes hair growth on its own and in synergy with other herbs.


Chandan can prolong human hair growth. It is highly valuable in treating hair problems like alopecia and prevents hair fall. The strong astringent property of this herb is effective in warding off the excess sebum secretion in the scalp, treats split ends, and enhances hair luster and growth.


It is rich in linoleic acid and phytosterols like beta-sitosterol, which inhibits the production of DHT efficiently which prevents premature stress-related hair loss.


It is a natural remedy for hair growth and a traditional Indian ayurvedic. Brahmi helps in thinning hair or weak follicles that lead to hair loss. This herb contains alkaloids that activate proteins in the body.

Mitha Indrajau

It stimulates the blood flow to the scalp, thus helping the nutrients reach hair follicles quicker and prevent the condition of alopecia.

Gomay Ras

It is antifungal and antibacterial, hence controls alopecia, dandruff and scalp infections. Its antioxidant properties reduce hair loss and increase hair growth.


Kapoor increases blood flow and acts as a counterirritant. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties make it effective to fight alopecia and reduce hair fall.

Ajwain ke phool

It contains a large amount of vitamin A which is very good for hair. It hydrates the scalp and treats alopecia and helps to improve hair growth.

Nariyal Tel

The vitamins and fatty acids in coconut oil help nourish the scalp and penetrate the cuticle of the hair. The antibacterial lauric acid present in coconut oil keeps the hair follicles healthy by keeping the bacteria away. Coconut oil penetrates deep into the hair shaft to keep the protein locked in.


It works as a powerful tonic for the hair, stimulating the follicles and roots and encourages hair growth. Amla restores the normal pH balance of the scalp and makes the hair healthy.


Ashwagandha is believed to help improve scalp circulation and strengthen the hair, as well as help, get rid of alopecia and helps deal with hair loss.


Ghee has antioxidants and vitamin E, which is good for hair health. It improves blood circulation, helps in reducing hair fall and well nourishes the scalp. It also stimulates blood circulation in the scalp and can promote hair growth.


This herb is especially used for treating various hair woes. It soothes the scalp, which in turn gives nourishment to hair follicles. It's thought to stimulate hair growth, possibly by increasing blood circulation to the scalp.

Kewach Beej

Kewach Beej is thought to help stimulate hair follicles, increase follicle size, and increase hair growth.


We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.

Quality of Life

Healing with cow urine brings good health and keeps the doshas at the level. Today, individuals are continuously improving their health as a result of our care and treatment. This increases the consistency of their daily lives. Along with cow urine, Ayurvedic drugs may serve as a complementary therapy to diminish various side effects from the use of heavy doses, mental strain, radiation, and chemotherapy. We teach people how to live a peaceful and stress-free life with an untreatable illness if any. Since taking our counseling, thousands of people live healthy lives and it’s a huge accomplishment for us to give them a life that they dream of.

Complication Prevention

In Ayurveda, cow urine has a special position that is often said to be helpful for the most embarrassing disease like alopecia. Our years of painstaking work prove that by using our herbs, almost all complications of alopecia vanish. Sufferers tell us that they notice a big change in their psychosocial consequences, control and balance hormonal and chemical changes in the body, slow the speed of pigmentation and skin irritation. It also improves the patient’s immune system that works favorably for other alopecia complications.

Causes of Alopecia

Alopecia is related to one or more of the following factors -

  • Hereditary hair loss/baldness
  • Too much stress 
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Medical conditions like PCOS, thyroid, anemia, etc.
  • Natural baldness because of aging
  • Excessive hairstyles and treatments
  • Radiation therapy to the head
  • Poor dietary habit
  • Excessive use of hair cosmetics
  • Certain illnesses and infections


Prevention from Alopecia

Most baldness is caused by hereditary and aging that is not preventable. But some of the following tips help to prevent hair loss -

  • Quit smoking
  • Take a healthy and balanced diet
  • Cut short the use of hair cosmetics
  • Cut short the use of hair styling tools 
  • By managing stress levels with the help of meditation and yoga
  • Be gentle with your hair to detangle it.
  • Protect your hair from sunlight and UV rays.
  • Ask your doctor about the medication you take if it causes hair loss.

Symptoms of Alopecia

The very first symptom of alopecia is one or more small bald patches generally in oval and round shape which is commonly occurring more on one side of the scalp than the other. Alopecia mainly affects the scalp and beard but may occur on any part of the body. Hair loss conditions can be varying in men, women, and children.

For Men:

  • Bald patches in the crown of the head which is completely or partially exposed, known as horseshoe-shaped hair loss
  • Thinning hair on the scalp
  • Receding hairline
  • Excess hair loss with or without tingling or pain before hair loss

For Women:

  • Hair thinning especially on the crown area of the head
  • Excess hair loss with or without tingling or pain before hair loss
  • Receding hairline

For Children and Young Adults:

  • Complete hair loss on the body
  • Sudden bald patches
  • Excessive shedding of hair after illness and medical treatment
  • Nail defects


Types of Alopecia

There are the following patterns of alopecia -

  1. Alopecia Areata: A condition of sudden hair loss with one or more than one-coin size patches on the scalp or body. When this condition worsens it may become Alopecia Totalis or Alopecia Universalis.
  1. Alopecia Totalis: It results in total loss of hair on the scalp.
  1. Alopecia Universalis: This is an advanced stage of Alopecia Totalis. This condition occurs when total hair loss including scalp, face, eyelashes, eyebrows, and other parts of the body.
  1. Diffuse Alopecia Areata: This condition occurs when sudden and unexpected thinning of hair all over the scalp. It may look a lot like androgenetic alopecia.
  1. Ophiasis Alopecia: This pattern of hair loss is unique and doesn’t respond quickly to medication. It includes hair loss on the sides and lowers the back of the scalp in the shape of a band.
  1. Androgenetic Alopecia (Male pattern baldness): This is common in men and women but the pattern of baldness is different. In males, baldness occurs on the top and front of the head while in females hair thinning occurs on the top and crown area of the head, and this thinning starts as a widening of the center hair partition.
  1. Telogen Effluvium: This temporary condition of hair loss mainly occurs just after a stressful experience due to childbirth, surgery, and serious illness.  
  1. Anagen Effluvium: It is a sudden and abnormal rapid hair shedding due to cancer treatment or exposure to certain toxic chemicals.

Complications of Alopecia

Alopecia affects the quality of life of a person. Alopecia will cause psychosocial consequences such as depression, lack of confidence, and withdrawal from society. Alopecia may be temporary or persistent. The person may face dyspigmentation and skin irritation. Sufferers should be assessed for atopy, vitiligo, thyroid disease, and other autoimmune conditions.



What is alopecia caused by?

Hair loss (alopecia) can affect just your scalp or your entire body, and it can be temporary or permanent. It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging.

Can alopecia be cured?

Alopecia areata cannot be cured; however, it can be treated and the hair can grow back. In many cases, alopecia is treated with drugs that are used for other conditions.

What are the 3 types of alopecia?

Most people know alopecia to be a form of hair loss. However, what they don't always know is that there are three main types of the condition – alopecia areata, alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis.

Can alopecia be cured by Ayurveda?

Due to side effects and limitations of contemporary science, some harmless and effective medicines are expected from Alternative medical sciences. Ayurveda has great potential to treat such autoimmune diseases.

Can Ayurvedic treatment regrow hair?

There are various methods to control your hair fall. ”Ayurveda” treatment is one of the best and effective ways to grow your hair naturally. Ayurveda has many secrets to reveal that can help to restore your hair growth.

How often should you wash thinning hair?

If you are experiencing thinning or balding, our Jain Cow Urine experts recommend washing no more than three times a week.

Should I be worried if I have alopecia?

Alopecia areata isn't usually a serious medical condition, but it can cause a lot of anxiety and sadness. Ayurvedic treatments in Jain cow urine therapy are out there to help you deal with the psychological effects of the condition. If you lose all your hair, it could grow back with ayurveda.

What is alopecia?

Hair loss on the scalp or other parts of the body is a symptom of alopecia, which is identified by Jain's Cowurine Therapy.

Is alopecia a common disease?

Alopecia can afflict persons of all ages and genders. Jain's Cowurine Therapy is aware that different types of alopecia require individualised care.

Is Ayurveda useful in the treatment of alopecia?

Jain's Cowurine Therapy offers HairGlow Ayurvedic supplements, which are intended to enhance hair health and manage different types of alopecia, as part of its belief in the holistic approach of Ayurveda.

What varieties of alopecia are there?

Alopecia areata, androgenetic alopecia, and alopecia universalis are among the types. The remedies offered by Jain's Cowurine Therapy are customised in accordance with the uniqueness of alopecia.

Is alopecia hereditary?

Yes, alopecia may be influenced by hereditary factors. For those who have a familial history of hair loss, Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests taking preventative measures.

How can alopecia be identified?

A complete medical history, a physical examination, and occasionally blood tests are required for diagnosis. The Jain Cowurine Therapy recognises that a precise diagnosis is necessary for the successful treatment of alopecia.

Are alopecia areata treatments available in Ayurveda?

Indeed, AlopeciaCare Ayurvedic oil, a specially formulated product to feed the scalp and encourage hair regrowth in cases of alopecia areata, is available from Jain's Cowurine Therapy.

Can alopecia be exacerbated by stress?

Alopecia may be exacerbated by ongoing stress. Jain's Cowurine Therapy suggests using our StressRelief Ayurvedic pills and meditation as stress-reduction strategies.

How is the underlying cause of alopecia viewed by Ayurveda?

Alopecia is viewed in Ayurveda as a result of a dosha imbalance that affects the health of the hair. The HairCare Handbook from Jain's Cowurine Therapy offers advice on controlling and preventing hair loss.

Can alopecia be impacted by dietary choices?

Yes, maintaining healthy hair requires a balanced diet. To support hair health, Jain's Cowurine Therapy recommends an Ayurvedic diet and provides NutriBoost Ayurvedic supplements.

Are there any particular Ayurvedic herbs that promote hair growth?

Yes, Jain's Cowurine Therapy uses herbs like bhringraj, amla, and neem in our HairRevive Ayurvedic tablets to support natural hair regeneration.

Can alopecia in women be caused by changes in hormones?

Women may get alopecia because to hormonal changes, particularly following menopause or pregnancy. Jain's Cowurine Therapy gives HormoneHarmony Ayurvedic supplements for hormonal balance.

Can eyelash and eyebrow hair be affected by alopecia?

It is true that alopecia can impact eyelash and eyebrow hair. Our BrowLashVital Ayurvedic serum is one of the treatments for complete hair care offered by Jain's Cowurine Therapy.

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