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Himalaya

Himalaya

DESCRIPTION

A natural hair cream full of goodness, Himalaya’s Protein Hair Cream nourishes the hair root and shaft. Its specially formulated ingredients strengthen hair, promote hair growth and leave your hair soft and shiny. Protein Hair Cream nourishes your hair with natural proteins derived from Chickpea, while Amla promotes hair growth.

  • Nourishes hair, scalp and promotes hair growth
  • Made using natural ingredients
  • Best for dry, lifeless hair and hair loss
  • Safe to use on artificially colored or permed hair

Himalaya Ashvagandha

Frequently referred to as “Indian ginseng” because of its rejuvenating properties.

Helps maintain a healthy balance between the nervous system, endocrine glands and immune system, thus reducing the harmful effects of long-term stress on the body.

Traditionally referred to as an aphrodisiac. Ashvagandha promotes sexual health by uplifting the mood, reducing anxiety, improving energy levels and fertility, thus supporting sexual performance.

FlorAvani - The Plant-Based Probiotic Alternative

Himalaya FlorAvani is a groundbreaking herbal solution based on a unique truth; the key to better digestion is within you already, you just need to provide the right food for the gut flora you already have. In Himalaya’s sponsored clinical trial, plant-based FlorAvani with Triphala, Ginger, Chicory and other plant-based traditional ingredients provided relief even beyond our own expectations. How much? FlorAvani gave 83% (25 out of 30) people complete relief from gas, heartburn, bloating and upset stomach – all in just 4 weeks.* That means relief in only one single bottle!

Glaciers

The great ranges of central Asia, including the Himalayas, contain the third-largest deposit of ice and snow in the world, after Antarctica and the Arctic.[19] The Himalayan range encompasses about 15,000 glaciers, which store about 12,000 km3 (3,000 cubic miles) of fresh water.[20] Its glaciers include the Gangotri and Yamunotri (Uttarakhand) and Khumbu glaciers (Mount Everest region), Langtang glacier (Langtang region) and Zemu (Sikkim).

Owing to the mountains' latitude near the Tropic of Cancer, the permanent snow line is among the highest in the world at typically around 5,500 metres (18,000 ft).[21] In contrast, equatorial mountains in New Guinea, the Rwenzoris and Colombia have a snow line some 900 metres (2,950 ft) lower.[22] The higher regions of the Himalayas are snowbound throughout the year, in spite of their proximity to the tropics, and they form the sources of several large perennial rivers.

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