Beautiful hair with help of nature
Our hair often determines the way we feel. When our hair becomes unmanageable, hard to style, greasy, dry, or breakable, it is a sign of something wrong going on inside our body. Hair problems are usually caused by inefficient filtering function of the liver or a deficiency in macro- and microelements.
One of old European recipes says: "In order to get beautiful hair handful each of freshly picked Stinging Nettle, Walnut, Birch and Elder leaves and 1 stem of Greater Celandine is put into cold water and brought to the boil, then infused for 3 minutes. With half of this decoction and pure soap the hair is washed thoroughly, then rinsed with clear water. The other half of the decoction is poured over the hair and left to penetrate for s few minutes, then the hair is dried without rinsing."
Also use of some juices can help:
Cucumber juice Cucumber juice improves hair growth thanks to the high levels of silicon and sulfur. The juice contains elements necessary for life – 40% potassium, 10% sodium, 7.5% calcium, 20% phosphorus, and 7% chlorine. The high level of potassium makes it very valuable for people with high blood pressure. Our nails and hair particularly need the elements found in cucumber juice. You can drink half a glass a day of pure cucumber juice or include it in a vegetable cocktail.
Lemon is also very effective for strengthening hair. If you have dandruff and weak hair, rub the skin on your head with a slice of lemon once a day for ten days. This will strengthen your hair and stop the formation of dandruff.
Further reading: Health through God's Pharmacy by Maria Treben Can We Live 150 Years? by Mikhail Tombak, Ph.D.
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