6 homemade recipes with herbs that strengthen hair and scalp


6 homemade recipes with herbs that strengthen hair and scalp
Preventing hair loss, strengthening roots, removing dandruff and many other problems can be reduced and solved with the help of herbs. For example, as many as 87% of people have dandruff, which is not a health problem but an aesthetic problem. The appearance of dandruff in the hair has no serious consequences. The cause is the fungus Pityrosporum ovale, which is a natural inhabitant of the skin, so it is impossible to completely remove. Dandruff are actually dead skin cells whose normal amount is 487.00 cells / cm². Certain conditions and disorders in humans can bring this number to 800,000 cells / cm2. Such conditions (seborrhea or dandruff) are accompanied by redness of the scalp and irritation. Dandruff most often occurs at puberty or after puberty while children rarely have this problem. There are special products but also natural solutions that remove dandruff, strengthen the scalp and scalp and strengthen hair. You can sprinkle your hair with flour and rinse with water after 15 minutes. This is an old-fashioned dry shampoo. You can also rinse your hair (after shampooing) with lavender tea. Mix lemon juice with one liter of water and a little juice from birch wood. Rinse your hair with this liquid every third day.


Pumpkin Seeds — Remove larger amounts of seeds from a thick-skinned pumpkin and a thin-skinned pumpkin. Boil the seeds in water and peel. Fry the resulting core, but be careful not to burn the core. Beat the fried core into a powder. Mix 250 grams of water with one cup of the obtained seed powder. Cook the mixture again until half boils. Allow to cool. Grease will form on the surface to be removed. Use the ointment to lubricate the hair root. Hair should not be washed after using the ointment. After that, make a mixture of 50 g of nettle root and 20 g of birch leaves. Put the mixture in a bowl and pour 3 liters of water. Cook until one liter evaporates and two liters remain. Rinse your head with this water. Use a combination of fat and this herbal mixture several times. Take a break of 10 days and repeat the procedure.
Cedar essential oil is a fungicide because it has an antibacterial effect. This is an effective remedy against scalp irritation and dandruff. Mix 7 drops of cedar essential oil, 10 drops of spruce essential oil and 10 drops of cypress essential oil. Rub the resulting mixture on the scalp. Leave for an hour. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
Wash coconut oil-hair with a mild shampoo and without the use of conditioner. Massage coconut oil into the scalp when the hair is dry. Rinse the scalp thoroughly. The use of coconut oil is recommended 2 to 3 times a week.
Tea tree oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Mix 7 drops of tea tree essential oil and one tablespoon of olive oil. Apply the resulting mixture on the scalp. Leave overnight. Rinse your hair with water in the morning. You can put a few drops of oil in the usual shampoo.
Liquid ivy shampoo – cook 50 grams of ivy for 10 minutes in one liter of water. Strain. Strain the mixture. Make up to 2 liters with hot water. Rub the resulting mixture into the scalp (scalp).
Chickpea oil – in a mixture of vinegar and water, cook a certain amount of seeds and roots of burdock. Wash your hair with this liquid three times a week. Rub the scalp alternately with burdock oil and a mixture of water and vinegar (in which the seeds and burdock root were cooked). Recipe for homemade burdock oil: finely chop a handful of root and a handful of burdock seeds. Place in a jar or bottle with a wide opening. Drizzle with undiluted spirits. Seal the container tightly. Keep for 15 days in a window exposed to the sun or next to a warm oven. The liquid is drained. Add 250 grams of olive oil. Close the container and leave for 6 to 8 days in the sun or next to a warm oven. Shake the contents of the bottle daily. Apply this liquid to the scalp alternately with a mixture of vinegar and water in which the seeds and burdock root were cooked.



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