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by njoynit on January 15, 2004 04:32 PM
SAGE Rinse

1 cup boiling water
1 tsp dried sage

pour water over sage steep till cool& strain
helps reduce the build up of oils in hair& scalp.use for 3 weeks at a time


1 cup boiling water
1 tsp birch tree leaves

steep till cool& strain
regular use will maintain healthy scalp& can even prevent hair loss gives a shineyness to hair& makes hair soft...WILL DARKEN BLONDE OR GRAY HAIR

1 cup boiling water
1 tsp chamomile flowers

steep till cool &strain
soothes scalp& heals sores and is good for blonde hair will lighten it

Linden flower rinse

1Cup boiling water
1 tsp linden flowers
steep till cool& strain
will help overstressed hair dried out hair& brittle hair.promotes circulation to scalp& makes hair grow healthier can use 6 weeks at a time

To prevent split ends can rub olive oil into ends of hair 2-3 times a week leave oil in overnight and wash out in morning

Rinse hair with flat beer once a acts as natural setting lotion to hair when left in and rolled.blow dried hair increases vitality adds vitamin B& natural sugar for a great shine.the smell will evaporate as it dries.

apply seasme seed oil to sun damaged hair& will act as a sunscreen for sunning your hair.massage a few drops into scalp& hair before going out gives a SPF of 2.5 can blend with carrot seed oil for more protection.

brushing scapl 100 times a day with natural brisstle brush helps circulate blood to scalp& roots and removes dust& pollutants from hair

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