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Coriander

This herb and sometimes spice is also known as Cilantro.  It’s great for your skin and it’s great for your scalp.  If you have skin issues that also affect your scalp, then doing an herbal rinse with herb could be beneficial for you.  Some of the benefits include: contains Vitamin A and C it has anti-septic properties helps fight reoccurring acne issues helps soothe psoriasis and other skin issues helps even your skin complexion can help soothe allergic reactions has anti-inflammatory properties Those are just a few of the overall benefits of Coriander.  I bolded the bit about allergic reactions because at some point you may try a skin or hair product that causes a reaction.  It’s good to know natural fixes outside of the ones that can be bought in store.  It also may save you a trip too. Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Baobab Oil

I just placed an order for this stuff to try it out myself.  It seems pretty awesome so I’m going to try it.  So here are the benefits for your hair and skin that caught my attention: great moisturizing properties great heat protectant (hello summer) promotes regeneration has soothing and healing properties (great for sensitive scalps, skin issues, etc.) protects against free radicals contains omega 3 fatty acids has anti-inflammatory properties contains vitamins: A, E, F, and D high in antioxidants Vitamin D is particularly important because many people have a deficiency and they don’t know it.  So if you have a deficiency, this oil may help until your vitamin D levels are back where they ought to be. Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Castor Bean

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Commonly known as Castor Oil.  This gem has its praises sung all the time.  If you haven’t heard about Castor Oil, then here’s the list of benefits associated with it. stimulates hair grow and cell regeneration can darken hair over time prevents split ends protects hair from free radicals moisturizes the hair and scalp has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties can prevent ringworms, piedra, and folliculitis can prevent hair loss fights scalp infections and dandruff conditions hair Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Red Clover

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So I don’t have much to add to this herb, but that’s okay.  For the most part this flower is known for enhancing red hair as well as bringing out red highlights.  Sorry folks, but that’s all for now…in regards to hair. enhance red hair anti-inflammatory properties can help with eczema and psoriasis     Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Neem

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Neem is another of our herbs.  It’s an Indian herb (from India) that has many medical properties that can help the scalp and hair.  Here are some of the reasons it’s such a valuable herb: helps treat dandruff can treat lice improves the health of the scalp helps conditions dry and frizzy hair promotes hair growth fights hair loss due to stress, medication, and free radicals found in the air has antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties stimulates blood circulation on the scalp can help with psoriasis and eczema can help with premature graying Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Jasmine

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Jasmine is very popular as a scent and as an oil in aromatherapy.  However, it’s claim to fame as a aphrodisiac and calming aromas don’t usually come with a notice saying,”Hey! This is good for your hair too!”  The Jasmine flower has many properties that are beneficial to the hair and scalp.  Here are some more of it’s properties: helps smooth hair promotes hair growth adds volume to hair softens hair protects hair moisturizes hair can help soothe dry itchy scalp stimulates blood circulation on the scalp helps maintane natural hair color has anti-septic properties prevents lice can help balance oil production on the scalp has antiviral properties has antifungal properties Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Peppermint

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Peppermint is a lovely but powerful little herb.  When used correctly there are a myriad of things it can do for the scalp.  Aside from the attributes listed on the photo here are a few more: astringent properties anti inflammatory properties anti bacterial properties refines scalp can treat dandruff can treat oily scalp stimulates hair growth can help with hair loss Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Rosemary

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Rosemary is another commonly used herb.  From food to bath soaps I’m pretty sure we’re all used to seeing rosemary.  Well there’s a reason it’s so popular.  Aside from the facts listed on the picture, here are more: can bring out highlights in dark hair can help dry irritated scalps is a great natural preservative conditions hair stimulates hair growth gives hair luster and shine moisturizes hair slows down premature hair loss Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Yarrow

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Yarrow is a wildflower that can be found in meadows, fields, and other similar places.  They grow like dandelions, but have you ever noticed them?  It’s not as widely covered as other herbs, but it is very useful and very potent.  I found that out the hard way lol.  Anyways here are some other properties of yarrow: can help treat:    dandruff    oily scalp    itchiness    scalp irritation     promotes hair growth     can help heal eczema     can help with hair loss   Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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Thyme

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Thyme is another famous and commonly used herb.  It’s probably a little better known in the cooking realm than in the hair realm, but it’s cool.  So let’s complete the list of properties listed on the photo: cleanses scalp and hair anti septic properties can help with oily scalp and hair helps with dandruff can stop mild hair loss can help with oily scalp and hair issues stimulates hair growth anti fungal properties   Coriander DidYouKnow, Herbs, Spices Zinc Oxide DidYouKnow, DIYextras Baobab Oil DIYextras, Herbs Unsulphured Molasses DidYouKnow
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