Dandelion Roots-Burdock Roots for hair problems

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Ayurvedic medicinal herbs are very beneficial to use in treating scalp issues, growing healthier longer hair, and in certain cases re-growing hair that has been lost from poor hair braiding installations and chemical relaxer's. Herbal infusions, tintures and spritzes may be taken internally by making herbal teas and drinking them or tinctures to use topically on skin. Herbal spritzes are also very beneficial and can be used for natural body fragrancing and hair revitalizing. I've been using them often lately and really love the results. Similar to oil mixing, herbal hair and skin care is great since it provides us with the ability customize our hair care especially to address our individual needs. Adding dried herbs to your favorite carrier oil in a glass jar that seals air tight for 2-6 weeks is a really great and inexpensive way to make your favorite oil even more therapeutic.

1. Arctium Lappa-Great Burdock Roots (60 grams)
Burdock root is commonly used to improve hair growth, stop hair fall, while adding sheen, and strength to the hair. It can be used as a final rinse in place of conditioner. When Burdock root is infused with hot distilled water it releases the Burdock root mucilage (slippery plant proteins) & oils which helps to promote effective recovery of scalp irritation, supplying nutritional support to the hair follicles and sebaceous glands thus it promotes natural hair growth. Burdock root is great for correcting excessivly oily hair as well. It treats skin issues like seborrhea, acne and eczema. Infusing Burdock root in oil or mixing with hot water and allowing it to steep are great ways to apply this beneficial herb into your hair care regimen.

2. Taraxacum officinale-Dandelion Root (60 grams)
Dandelion Root is especially beneficial in treating those who suffer from hair loss. Highly rich in iron, this root will treat dandruff, seborrhea, and correct dry hair issues. It is very useful in treating black eyes, skin spots and discolorations as well. The leaves are loaded with potassium, gluten, magnesium, niacin, calcium, phosphorus, proteins, resin, iron, sulphur, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E. The leaves are a richer source of vitamin A than carrots! (Vitamin A: it is an antioxidant that aids in the making of healthy sebum in the scalp.)

Dandelion Roots-Burdock Roots for hair problems

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