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Conditioning Hair Mask

3 eggs
1 teaspoon virgin unrefined coconut oil

Put ingredients in a bowl. Beat until fully mixed.
Apply the mixture to your hair, beginning at the roots and continuing to the ends. Massage into scalp.
Allow to sit for 30 minutes; then shampoo out with a mild shampoo.

Your hair will be soft and shiny after you are done.


Dry Hair Treatment

Is your hair dry, damaged and/or frizzy? Are you losing your hair? Here are some remedies to help make your hair look great!

Don’t use shampoos with any harsh chemicals in it like (ammonium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, etc.) They are very damaging to your hair. They strip the hair of its natural oils. Only shampoo your hair once or twice a week and condition your hair every day.

Adding honey to your shampoo will help add moisture to your hair. Add 2 tsp. pure honey to a gentle shampoo. Follow with a gentle conditioner. Honey will help add gloss to the hair shaft.

pH Balance Hair Rinse – Mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar with water and pour through the hair. Leave the solution in the hair and scalp for five minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water.


How To Balance Your Hormones Naturally

As you probably have guessed the things that you need to change is your diet, reduce stress, quit smoking and start exercising at least three times a week. For easy recipes CLICK HERE.

To read more about your hormones and what the symptoms are CLICK HERE.

Your body is estimated to be about 60-70% water, so drinking water is very important for your overall health. Make it a habit to drink AT LEAST 8 glasses a day.

To learn how to avoid dehydration CLICK HERE

Fast Food, Frozen dinners, Red meat, Bacon, Beer, Caffeine, Coffee, Sugar, White flour, Gluten, Sausage, Licorice, Artificial sweeteners, Trans fats, Hydrogenated oils and High-fructose corn syrup, Milk chocolate, Soft drinks.

Gluten – Many people are sensitive to gluten and don’t even realize it. The foods that contain gluten are White flour, Wheat, Wheat germ, Wheat grass, Rye, Barley, Bulgur, Couscous, Farina, Graham flour, Kamut, Matzo, Seitan, Semolina, Spelt, Triticale, Oats, Oat bran, Oat fiber.

Meat – if you can’t remove meat from your diet make sure you only eat organic meat. Regular meat has hormones and steroids in it which aggravate your hormones.

Non-organic dairy products – comes from cows treated with BGH (Bovine Growth Hormone) and antibiotics. Both steroids and antibiotics reside in the milk and interfere with the female hormonal system.

Soy – is a goitrogen, which blocks iodine uptake in the body. In women, iodine is stored in the thyroid gland, the breasts and the ovaries. Iodine deficiency causes thyroid disorders (including goiters, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer), cysts in the breasts and ovaries, and breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

Eggs, Flaxseed, Garlic, Wild caught fish, Shellfish, Organic hormone-free/steroid-free chicken, Pumpkin seeds, Fruit, Sunflower seeds, Vegatables including leafy green vegetables, Dark chocolate and Walnuts.

Eating plenty water rich foods is important. It helps hydrate you when you don’t drink enough water.

Naturally clearing up a hormonal imbalance begins with some sort of exercise program. Even if you are short of time you can always do something as simple as taking a walk in the morning or in the evening. It is best to exercise a minimum of three times a week in order to see results.

Yoga, Tai Chi, Ultrabath, aromatherapy, hypnosis and guided meditation, or other types of calming exercises and deep relaxation techniques help reduce stress.

Take your multi-vitamins every day. Check the label and make sure it is free of GMOs, yeast, wheat, gluten, preservatives and animal products.

100% organic, raw Peruvian maca powder – Increases energy, endurance and stamina in your body. Increases your muscular strength. Increases sexual strength as well and it acts as an aphrodisiac. Helps the body to regulate hormonal processes.


Olive Oil for Scalp

For 8 days massage olive oil all over your scalp before you go to bed. Sleep with it on your head the whole night and shampoo it out in the morning.

Excess sebum hardens and builds layers of deposits on your scalp to choke off your hairs and make growing hair extremely hard. What the olive oil does is it helps break up those hardened layers and eliminate bacteria.


Hair Regrowth Hot Oil Conditioner

3 drops of essential oil of thyme
3 drops of essential oil of lavender
3 drops of essential oil of rosemary
3 drops of essential oil of cedarwood
1/8 cup of grapeseed oil
1/8 cup of jojoba oil

Apply at night, to scalp in thinning areas. Do not rinse out till morning. Shampoo as normal

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Posted by on January 19, 2011 in Hair Loss, Recipes for Hair


Hot Oil Scalp Massage

Hot oil massages improve the circulation of  blood in the scalp and make your hair grow faster.

Heat Virgin Coconut Oil and massage into scalp for a few minutes. 

Apply the rest of the Coconut oil to the hair and leave on for at least an hour so that it is absorbed properly and then washed off.


pH Balance Hair Rinse

Use a homemade rinse after each shampoo. After you clean and condition your hair, a good astringent for the scalp is a rinse made of apple cider vinegar.

Mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar with water and pour through the hair.

Leave the solution in the hair and scalp for five minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water.

Using apple cider vinegar and water restores the ph balance of the hair, clears the pores of the scalp and cleans fungus and other causes of acne on the scalp which contribute to hair loss.

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Posted by on January 19, 2011 in Acne, Hair Loss, Recipes for Hair

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