Friday, November 2, 2012
Herbs and Foods for Natural Hair Care
Your hair needs very special nutrients in order to grow. If you don’t eat lots of vegetables it will not be easy for you to get the key nutrients you need to increase hair growth. However eating vegetable is not sufficient for hair growth. Though herbs are all natural, it doesn't mean that they are totally safe for all. You can have an allergic reaction to some herbs so it's best to test a small amount of the herb on the inside of your wrist before treating your whole head or ingesting the herbs.
In this article, I will discuss more about the herbs and foods for natural hair care. In the book Beautiful Hair: Natural Care, I discussed the natural foods for beautiful hair. The rule for natural hair care is: Don’t stick to one herb or food. Switch between different products regularly in order to consume a more diverse range of foods and herbs. There is a special herb that does something amazing for your hair growth. Not only it supplies the necessary amino acid the primary ingredient needed for hair growth, it also helps your body grow hair. In my book I explained that herb. Keep reading to learn how to make your body produce much more of this special amino acid, increasing blood flow to your skin, this transport hair growing nutrients right to your scalp and supplying your hair with the key building block of hair growth. Once you understand how this works, you’ll soon by eating or drinking an abundance of this key nutrient and directly increasing your hair growth. It’s easy, tasty, cheap and available all over the world.
Here I am giving the chart for commonly used healthy herbs. Normally, Rosemary is used to stimulate hair growth, fight dandruff and restore luster to the hair. Similarly, horsetail herb is a great source of silica. Silica will strengthen your hair at its core and restore shine.
In the book Yoga for Hair Growth, I discussed about food as well as yoga exercises required for hair growth.
There are many other good herbs that may help hair loss, restore shine and combat dandruff problems. Some herbs that you can use in food, boil for a hair rinse or add to your normal shampoo.
Aloe Vera: stimulates new hair growth, works against frizz, works as a natural conditioner
Burdock: promotes hair growth, increased shine and healthy body, comabts hair loss, dandruff and itching. Overall, it makes for a healthy scalp.
Chamomile: Works great as a natural conditioner and for cosmetic purposes, it will will lighten blone hair over time.
Licorice: Largely associated with preventing hair loss
Parsley: Its doses or Iron and Vitamin C help keep hair healthy and strong