Journal of Integral Sciences http://www.jisciences.com/index.php/journal <p>Journal of Integral Sciences(JIS) is an international, single blind peer-reviewed, open access journal that publish quarterly every year with high-quality papers in the fields of science and technology. These fields include all aspect of: Basic and applied Science (Biology, Molecular biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, Biophysics, Geology, Astronomy, Mathematics, Statistics), Pharmaceutical Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary medicine, Agricultural Sciences.</p> en-US <p>Copyright © Author(s) retain the copyright of this article.</p> editor@jisciences.com (Editor in Chief) Fri, 19 Apr 2024 19:28:25 -0500 OJS 3.1.2.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Haircare treatment on albino rats by using “rosemary oil http://www.jisciences.com/index.php/journal/article/view/77 <p>Rosemary oil, derived from the aromatic herb Rosmarinus officinalis, has gained significant attention as a potential remedy for promoting hair growth. With a rich history in traditional medicine and an array of bioactive compounds, rosemary oil has emerged as a natural alternative in the quest for healthy and vibrant hair. This introduction explores the key constituents of rosemary oil, its historical use, and the growing body of scientific evidence supporting its efficacy in stimulating hair growth. A comparative analysis of minoxidil and rosemary oil for hair growth reveals distinct mechanisms and potential benefits associated with each. Minoxidil, a synthetic compound, is a vasodilator that widens blood vessels, enhancing blood flow to hair follicles. This increased blood circulation is thought to stimulate hair growth. In contrast, rosemary oil, a natural remedy, contains bioactive compounds like ursolic acid and rosmarinic acid, which exhibit antioxidant properties and may contribute to improved cellular health in hair follicles. While both minoxidil and rosemary oil have shown efficacy in certain studies, minoxidil' oil. Pharmaceutical nature often positions it as a standard topical treatment for hair loss. Rosemary oil, on the other hand, is considered a botanical alternative, appealing to those seeking natural remedies. However, comprehensive clinical trials comparing the long-term effectiveness, safety, and tolerability of these treatments are still limited.</p> Naga Hari Krishna K, Jalaiah M, Meghana B, Mercia Rani G, Anitha K, Jagadeesh A Copyright (c) 2024 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 http://www.jisciences.com/index.php/journal/article/view/77 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 -0500