This interesting herb is not only used for cooking purposes but is also added to certain perfumes, soaps, shampoo, conditioner, hair oils, and other aromatic items of use.
Read on to know how rosemary is beneficial for hair growth!
Rosemary is added to enhance the taste and flavor of many food preparations. This interesting herb is not only used for cooking purposes but is also added to certain perfumes, soaps, shampoo, conditioner, hair oils, and other aromatic items of use.
In fact, rosemary is used for ages to promote hair growth in certain cultures as well. Here is how rosemary benefits hair growth.
Rosemary oil stimulates blood circulation to the scalp and promotes hair growth. This herb oil offers an anti-inflammatory benefit that helps to nourish hair follicles. It also has an analgesic property that soothes an inflamed scalp. It adds shine and luster to the hair. It unclogs hair follicles and prevents dandruff. It is also beneficial to moisturize the hair scalp and prevent flaking and appearance of dandruff. It is extremely beneficial to prevent greying of hair.
You can use rosemary in various ways for your hair care regimen.
Add 4 drops of rosemary essential oil to 2 tablespoons of any vegetable oil and apply this mixture on your hair and scalp for 30 minutes. Boil a tablespoon of fresh rosemary leaves in a cup of water and apply this infused water on your hair and scalp using a spray bottle. Let the hair air dry and leave this mixture on your hair as a leave-in conditioner. Boil a tablespoon of fresh rosemary leaves in 2 cups of water and use this infused water on your hair as the final rinse after washing and conditioning the hair.
Crush few rosemary sprigs and soak it in a cup of apple cider vinegar for 4 weeks. Take 4 tablespoons of this rosemary vinegar, add it to 2 cups of water, and use this mixture as the final rinse after washing and conditioning your hair.