HERBAL HAIR OILS RECIPE - Which Oil is Best for Your Hair Type - Make Nettle Oil
In this video you will see how I harvest Stinging Nettles from my garden and we make a herbal hair oi to stimulate hair growth as well as moisturize it for long healthy hair.
I walk you through which oil is best to prevent split ends, treat dry damaged or bleached hair, to control frizzy hair, fly aways and control dandruff all naturally.
You don't need to spend a heap of money on toxic chemicals, that you cant even pronounce, let alone know what negative effects they are having on your body.
STINGING NETTLES HAIR OIL RECIPE
1 part Dried Stinging Nettle Leaves Blended
3 parts Oil
Place ingredients in a jar with a lid, shake daily for 7 days
Put jar in dark cool location for another 2 to 3 weeks
Strain with a fine strainer
Store oil in an amber jar in a dark cool pantry or apothecary cupboard
WHICH OIL TO CHOOSE FOR YOUR HAIR TYPE?
Hair Growth - 1 part Caster Oil, 2 parts Grapeseed Oil
Prevent Split Ends - 3 parts Argan Oil
Treat Heat Damaged, Bleached Hair - 2 parts Olive Oil, 1 part Almond Oil
Dandruff - 1.5 parts warm Coconut Oil, 1.5 parts Jojoba Oil
Frizz - 1 part Apricot Kernel Oil, 2 parts Almond Oil
You can alter the oil amounts to suit your own specific hair needs, the above amounts are my guide to get you started.
HOW TO USE HERBAL HAIR OILS
A small amount goes a long way, massage into ends, scalp and work oil through all of your hair.
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Welcome to Moat Cottage Homesteading, I'm Elissa and here at Moat Cottage, we raise and grow and process some of our own free range meat, organic vegetables and fruit. We grow all of our herbs for both eating and medicinal purposes as well as hunt, fish and forage. We preserve our produce for the year ahead by canning, dehydrating, fermenting and freezing and we work on being prepared for emergency situations.
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