Ingredients (pick the ones that you need):
Catnip: Promotes healthy hair growth–many women on longhaircommunity swear by this stuff for long, strong hair.
Chamomile: Softens hair, soothes the scalp, lighten and conditions (people use it with honey to bring out natural highlights). Chamomile is also known to stimulate growth.
Horsetail: Helps brittle hair due to its high silica… content.
Lavender: Stimulates hair growth
Nettle: conditions, improves texture, helps with dandruff, irritated scalp, and dry scalp
Parsley: enriches hair color and gives a nice luster
Plantain: great for dry, irritated scalp, dandruff, and seborrhea
Peppermint: stimulates the scalp
Rosemary: Acts as a tonic and conditioner, one of the best herbs to use, gives luster and body, stimulates growth, helps with dandruff, and brings out dark highlights in the hair.
Sage: Very effective in restoring color to graying hair, excellent for weak brittle hair
Saw Palmetto: good for thinning hair and hair loss
Thyme: good for oily hair and dandruff
Witch Hazel: cleanses hair
*KurlyBella’s Marshmallow and Burdock Detangler
In a pot water of just starting to simmer/low boil add:
•15- 20 dried organic hibiscus flowers
•simmer the flowers for about 5 minutes making sure your water does not boil
•remove from heat and remove flowers
•add 3 tablespoons organic dried marshmallow root
•and 3 tablespoons organic dried burdock root and stir them into the hot water
•cover your conditioner with plastic wrap and let the herbs infuse for 15 minutes.
•strain and pour the liquid into a squirt or squeeze bottle (i like to use an old water bottle with the pop out top)
Use this mixture on freshly washed and clean hair and do not rinse out. Comb through your hair and style as usual.