The word Indigo began from the Latin word 'Indicum' significance blue color from India. Indigofera Tinctoria is a sub-tropical plant which bears Indigo. Other Indigo bearing plants, for example, the word Isatis Tinctoria fill in the mild districts and the color content is exceptionally low. These plants are utilized in Indigo hair variety lately. Indigo Powder is otherwise called Neel and Wasma. Indigofera is Latin for "indigo bearing" and its natural name is Indigofera tinctoria.
Indigo is a deciduous bush, It is developed in subtropical locales and mild areas of India and needs a lot of light. Indigo is raised from seed and is collected bi-every year. Indigo plant grows up to 1 to 2 meters high with little green leaves and purple variety blossoms. The full grown plants are removed simply over the dirt and permitted to dry in the open fields for three or four days. The leaves are gathered, dried, squashed, and put away. The squashed leaves are ground to a powder. Indigo is an old color plant known for the lucidity and speed of the blue tone. This is the color customarily used to regular hair tones.
Indigo leaf oil : Make indigo oil by cooking the indigo leaves, bhringraj and amla together in a skillet until the water gets dissipated. By applying this oil, you can eliminate silver hair.
Indigo for Dandruff : Apply indigo leaf oil to get help from dandruff. It diminishes dandruff, and it stops dandruff in the event that you utilized it since early on.