There is no dearth of natural ingredients that nourish the hair and improve scalp health but kefir has been the talk of the town for quite some time now. While the fermented milk drink derived from kefir grains is consumed across the globe for its many health benefits, a lot of people aren’t aware of its health benefits for hair.
In this blog, Lordhair will tell you everything important about using kefir for hair growth. From meaning to benefits and disadvantages to the best alternatives, we will cover all important aspects of using kefir for hair growth and nourishment.
First, let’s understand what exactly kefir is!
What is Kefir?
Kefir is a fermented drink created by processing the milk of a sheep, cow, or buffalo with kefir grains containing a complex mix of yeasts and good bacteria. Packed with nutrients like dietary minerals, vitamins, and amino acids, it is a little sour in taste and a little thicker in its consistency.
Originated in the North Caucasus, Eastern Europe, kefir is often used as a dietary alternative to milk and buttermilk in making sourdough bread and can be ingested either directly like a milkshake or with cereal and granola.