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Sehat Cedr Shampoo is an herbal shampoo that contains Cedr extract, myrtle extract and glycerin. It contains Cedr extract that acts as an antiseptic, and nourishes and strengthens hair roots. Myrtle extract is a powerful antibacterial and antiseptic plant that helps eliminate or reduce the growth of microorganisms on the scalp.
- Cedr extract helps skin improve its resistance to heat
- Contains 'tannin', an herbal extract that controls dandruff and strengthens the scalp
- With the myrtle extract, it gives bounce, strength and shine to the hair
- With a pH-balanced formula
- Comes with a pleasant fragrance and with no artificial colors
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Cedr is a plant, a member of “Ramnasbeh” which exists in South of Iran, its fruit is edible, its leaves, after being dried and powdered, are used for washing hair and body. Cedr leaf contains Tannin and herbal strolls such as Beta stroll and Beta stroll glycoside, as well as Sapunin Eblin Laktun, Calcium Oxalate, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium and Phosphorus.
Tannin strengthens the sculp.
Eblin Lakton, is the factor in Cedr leaf that makes foam and mucilage and is a member of steroid Sapunin. It can be used as the basic substance for producing Steroid hormones.
Sapunin has a high cleansing ability.
Qualities and Usage of Cedr:
Cedr is a bitter, light green powder which produces bubble and mucilage in water and has a high cleansing ability.
Cedr strengthens hair and fights dandruff.
Cedr does not irritate skin, because of this fact it can be used in case of hair loss caused by usage of soaps.
Cedr is effective in curing infections and diseases of skin; it is also used for washing the skin.
The ones who wash their skin with Cedr, can easily bare climatic changes.
Cedr leaf has always been used for washing hair.
Medical and nutritional value:
Cedr fruit has always been used as food or medicine. Nowadays, in Khuzestan, Kerman, banks of Persian Gulf and Oman Sea, and also in India and Africa where Cedr grows, people eat its fresh fruits. In Khuzestan Cedr flour is used as a common food.
Cedr wood is flexible and is used for carrying loads. It is also used as fuel. If it is boiled in water a liquid extract is produced, this substance has Zizifutanik Acid and is red which was used as hair color in the past.
1- Ayinehchi-Yaghub. Iran’s medicine and medical plants (1370)
2- Rouhbakhsh-Abbas. Hair magazine.