Posts Tagged ‘hair growth’

Ideas For Using Castor Oil

May 15th, 2016

Natural Remedies The Healing Benefits of Castor Oil are numerous. I put up a post with the title 'Ideas For Using Castor Oil' several years ago.  I don't know why the article has disappeared, but here is an attempt at a rewrite of that post: Regrow Hair and Condition the Scalp: One of the most common uses for castor oil is as a hair generator.  If castor oil is massaged into the scalp once a week, left on for several hours if possible, or overnight with a wrap over the head, then massaged out with a good organic soap or shampoo, the hair will ...

Comfrey Herbal Ointment Recipes For Burns Bites Bones And Skin

June 15th, 2015

Natural Herbal Remedies Comfrey is a powerful healer. It contains compounds and minerals, such as silica and allantoin, which greatly accelerate the healing process. It is one of the few herbs which is thought to contain Vitamin B12. (see Heinerman 'Miracle Healing Herbs') The silica in Comfrey can promote hair growth,  and aid bone and teeth development.  Mineral-rich Comfrey has also been used in some natural treatments for cancer and other diseases. Using Comfrey in salves can aid the healing of many skin troubles, such as cuts, scrapes, and bruises.  It may even be just the thing for uncomplicated cases of eczema due ...

How Poisonous Is Comfrey And How Can I Use It?

June 15th, 2015

Natural Remedy Have you ever heard of anybody who has been poisoned, either from eating Comfrey, or from drinking Comfrey tea?  I haven't at least not with the common garden variety known as Symphytum officinalis. It is possible that some Comfreys should be avoided. Dr Vogel mentions in his book 'The Nature Doctor' that there are 20 varieties of Comfrey, and that the wild Comfrey which grows across Europe should be taken only in small amounts because of its action on the central nervous system. However, Dr Vogel feels so strongly about the herb, he says that Comfrey should be 'lifted from obscurity ...

Sage To Darken Gray Hair And Promote Hair Growth

March 24th, 2015

Natural Remedies Culpeper says of Sage that it 'causes the hair to become black'. Garden sage has many therapeutic uses. In the garden, its flowers provide medicine and nectar for the bees, as well as a herbal tonic to the neighbouring plants. It is well-known as an aid to oral hygiene.  It has strong antiseptic qualities and is supposed to whiten tooth enamel. Sage is still used today in some tooth-pastes.  It is reputedly one effective remedy for bleeding gums,  and improving gum health:  The crushed fresh leaves are massaged several times a day onto the gums and teeth. The tea is gargled to relieve sore ...

Birch Tree Leaves And Apple Cider Vinegar For Hair Growth

March 18th, 2015

Natural Remedies Herbal Hair Treatment: Birch And Cider Vinegar Hair Tonic The medicinal qualities of the Birch Tree are well known.  For rheumatism, arthritis, gout and dropsy, the birch remedy has been much used in the past, according to the old herbalists of yesteryear. Nelson Coon wrote in his book 'Using Herbs For Healing' that salicylic acid is obtained from the Sweet Birch  herb when it is distilled.  Salicylic acid is a component of aspirin, which is often prescribed for rheumatic complaints.  So there is an explanation for why Birch tree remedies have been so much used in the past for treating this ...
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