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May 18, 2015
Here’s one to try:
Apple Cider Vinegar or White Vinegar
Several sprigs of fresh rosemary
(*Great for hair and skin, this promotes circulation on the scalp and stimulates hair growth. It’s anti-dandruff and anti-bacterial.)
1/2 cup dried calendula blossoms
(*This is nutritive and adds a bit of moisture to balance the recipe.)
10 drops of rosemary essential oil
10 drops of lavender essential oil.
(*It’s anti-bacterial for the skin and scalp, promotes healing to the scalp’s surface and is anti-itch.)
1. Chop up the rosemary and calendula.
2. Put the herbs in a pint jar and fill it to the top with vinegar (completely covering the herbs).
3. I like to let this sit for a few weeks in order for the herbs to infuse the vinegar.
4. When you feel that your vinegar has been fully infused (2-4 weeks), strain the herbs out and you have your herbal vinegar hair rinse!
1. Before showering, mix one cup of distilled water with 1/4 cup of herbal vinegar.
2. Use larger quantities if you have more hair. (Try this recipe and then feel free to adjust the quantity and ratio to your liking.)
3. After shampooing, pour the vinegar rinse over your hair.
4. Massage it into the hair and scalp.
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