Benefits of Sidr leaves for hair
Sidr leaves provide many benefits for hair, including: 
- Sidr leaves are used to promote hair growth and increase its density.
- Activate the work of hair follicles thanks to its natural properties that help to increase the density of hair and chin.
- Gives hair a natural shine.
- It strengthens the hair roots, reduces fallout, which promotes the growth of thicker hair.
- Makes hair look thicker and livelier.
- Provides additional protection from the sun and daily effects.
Benefits of Sidr leaves and fruits for the body
The following are some of the general benefits of Sidr fruits and leaves for the body: 
- The fruits and leaves of the Sidr tree relieve the pain of chest diseases, expel phlegm, and relieve pain in the throat and bronchi.
- Prevents diarrhea, stomach tanning, and relieves vesicle pain
- It purifies the intestines and blood, and enhances the vitality and activity of the body.
- Treat skin infections.
- It is a nutritious element for a pregnant woman because it contains vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and mineral salts such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, and potassium, in addition to simple sugars such as fructose.
- Regulates menstruation in women, and treats breast swelling.
- Prescribed in cases of measles treatment.
- Its crushed leaves are used to cleanse and disinfect the body, and the hair. It is even said that the hair washed with the infusion of these leaves becomes soft.
The Sidr tree or the sky tree is a thorny shrub with small leaves, its dried bark and its roots are used in the treatment of many diseases in folk medicine, such as convulsions, tachycardia, diarrhea, asthma, epilepsy, malaria, gonorrhea, and tapeworms, in addition to its role in treating infections. Urinary tract, gynecological infections, and menstrual pain, due to its natural properties, as some researchers believe that chemicals in the bark of a tree can have effective effects in treating these diseases, in addition to their ability to kill worms and parasites that cause them, and the possibility of killing them, but cancer cells. 
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