1ROSEMARY TEA – for hair growth

How to make and use:

Add 3 cups of water in a vessel and put it on medium flame. Add 2-3 tablespoons of dried rosemary to the water and let it simmer for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, put off the flame and let the solution sit for up to 1 hour, steeping the herbs in the water to create the rinse. Strain and pour the tea into a spray bottle or mug and your hair rinse is ready. Use it as your last hair rinse after conditioning and do not wash it off.

Benefits:

Rosemary is rich in antioxidants that helps fight free radicals. In addition to being a rich antioxidant, rosemary is also known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects. regular usage of this hair rinse makes hair shiny, soft and keeps hair free of dandruff and lice.

2BLACK TEA – for hair shedding

How to make and use:

Add 3 cups of water in a vessel and put it on medium flame. Add 4-5 tea bags or 4-5 teaspoons of black tea in water and let it simmer for 15 minutes. Turn off the flame and let the tea cool down. Strain the mixture if you used loose tea leaves. Pour it in a spray bottle or mug and use it as your last hair rinse after conditioning.

Benefits:

Black tea contains high caffeine. Due to caffeine’s acidic nature and ability to remove DHT from the scalp, it reduces hair fall. Not only does Black Tea reduce hair shedding, it also provides softness, volume and shine to hair!

3CHAMOMILE TEA – lighten hair naturally

How to make and use:

Boil 3 cups water and pour it in a cup. Steep 3-4 chamomile tea bags or loose dried chamomile about 3-4 tablespoons for 30 minutes with a lid on it. Strain and pour the tea in spray bottle or a mug and use it after shampooing and conditioning. Do not wash it off.

Benefits:

Not only does camomile tea hair rinse helps fight dandruff, sooth scalp irritation and nourish your hair, but it also adds a beautiful shine and golden glow to otherwise dull looking locks. It can also soothe itchy and dry scalp.

4GREEN TEA –  strong , shiny hair

How to make and use:

To make this green tea hair rinse, you need 3 cups water, 3 tablespoons green tea leaves and juice of 1 lemon if you wish. Put water n medium flame and when it starts boiling, add green tea leaves to it and cover it with a lid. Let it simmer for 15 minutes and strain. Once it cools down, add lemon juice to it and mix well. Pour the tea in a spray bottle or in a mug and use it as a last hair rinse. Do not wash it off.

Benefits:

Green tea contains a high amount of antioxidants that promote hair growth. It can even promote the growth of new hair and prevent common problems like dry scalp and dandruff.

5SAGE TEA – darken hair

How to make and use:

To make this sage tea rinse, you need 3 tablespoons of dried sage and 3 cups water. Let the water start boiling on a medium flame and then add sage to it. Put a lid on it and let it simmer for 15 minutes. Strain and pour it in a spray bottle or a mug and use it as a last hair rinse.

Benefits:

Sage tea rinse is beneficial for oily and limp hair. It also wards off dandruff. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, sage tea helps soothe itchy scalp, scalp acne and severe dandruff related inflammation. Make sure you massage your scalp too while using this tea rinse.

6NEETLE TEA –  Remove Build Up and treat oily hair

How to make and use:

To make this tea rinse, you need 1 tablespoon dried nettle and 2 cups water. Put 2 cups water on low flame and add nettle to it. let it simmer for 15 minutes and put off the flame. Strain and pour in a spray bottle or a jug or mug. Use it as a last hair rinse after shampooing and conditioning. To remove build up from hair add one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.

Benefits:

Nettle tea rinse strengthens the strands and prevents hair loss, removes dandruff and prevents itching. Moreover, nettle hair rinse has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, nourishing and strengthening effect. It makes curls grow stronger and silkier, repairs brittle hair and reduces the appearance of split ends.

7BASIL TEA – soothe dry itchy scalp and eliminate dandruff

How to make and use:

To make this tea, you need 3-4 tablespoons dried basil leaves and 3 cups water. Put water on medium heat and add basil to it. Let it simmer for 15-20 minutes and put off the flame. Once it cools down, strain it and use it as a last hair rinse. Do not forget to massage your scalp while you pour it on your hair and scalp.

Benefits:

Basil stimulates hair follicles; increases scalp circulation and promote hair growth. Additionally, it also nourishes hair and stimulates blood flow to the root which helps combat hair loss.

Note:

  • Always use the tea rinses on hair and scalp both. Massage it on your scalp too and do not wash it off using water.
  • You may also add essential oils to it for added benefits. Best essential oils for healthy hair.
  • If you have dry hair, you may add few drops of almond oil to the rinse.
  • If you have oily and dandruff prone hair, add few drops of tea tree oil to rinses.