Coconut and Curry Hair Growth Tonic
Women of almost every culture and race value having hair that is beautiful, healthy and long. Techniques and secrets for achieving longer hair are often passed on within a family. Depending on where your ancestors originated, your family is likely to incorporate different ingredients and techniques than people of other cultures.
For instance, Indian women are known for having beautiful tresses and being very meticulous about caring for their hair. One ingredient often found in their diet and hair care routine is curry. Not only is curry a delicious and fragrant spice, it also has numerous health and hair growth benefits.
Why is Curry Good For Hair?
Curry leaves contain essential nutrients that help strengthen hair follicles. The vitamin B in curry leaves helps to prevent graying. While Beta-carotene and protein prevent hair loss and thinning. Curry leaves are also rich in anti-oxidants and amino acids.
Eating foods cooked with curry is an easy way to get its health benefits, but it’s also effective when applied to your scalp as a hair tonic. Here are easy instructions for how to make a coconut and curry hair tonic that your tresses will love.
How To Make Coconut and Curry Hair Tonic
- Get fresh curry leaves and some coconut oil.
- Boil the two together until a black residue starts forming.
- Take the residue and apply it to your scalp.
- Massage to stimulate circulation and growth.
- Rinse well.
*Remember, don’t fry the leaves, just boil them a little then harvest the black stuff. This tonic can be applied twice a week to fight grays and boost growth.
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