My Little Jar Of Secret For Healthy Hair

Imagine, you wake up one morning and of course it’s a beautiful day. You yawn and casually take a glance at your pillow, only to see handful of hair. Great start to the day. Right? Naaa… Moving on… You plan to wash your hair that day and that only means another handful of hair down the drain. You’re clearly getting bald (even though your parents tell you otherwise ). You know , hair takes time to grow but the rate at which it is falling is alarming. So what do you do? Like any other person, you spend on products based on the reviews and then get disappointed if it doesn’t work out for you. Right?

That You is Me and I am going to share my secret with you because enough is enough! No space for hair trouble in my paradise.

PS : Do not expect result in a day. One has to be consistent and patient when it comes to home made remedies. I can say 1 month of usage should do you good. Make these in bulk and store it an air tight container. Let it sit for 2-3 days in sun before using. Massage your hair with this oil before shampooing. Enough gyaan, now let’s get started without any further adieu.

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You will need :

Fenugreek (Methi Seeds)
2 Tablespoon

Fenugreek seeds have high protein and are known to be beneficial against hair fall and dandruff.

Tea Leaves
2 Tablespoon

Tea is a strong anti-inflammatory. It soothes the scalp and helps with scalp irritation.

Nigella Seeds (Kalonji)
1 Tablespoon

Kalonji  has antioxidant nutrients which strengthens hair, treats hair loss, and prevents premature graying. 

Curry Leaves (Kadi Patta)
1 Handful

Curry Leaves nourishes damaged hair and reduces thinning of Hair. It also helps in treating frizziness.

Grind all of the above mentioned ingredients together and then mix it with the below items :

Vitamin E
2-3 Capsules

Vitamin E has natural antioxidant that helps in maintaining hair growth.

Coconut Oil
300 grams

Coconut oil moisturises dry hair and adds shine and softness to the hair. It also helps in preventing dandruff.

Castor Oil
1 Teaspoon

Castor Oil contains omega-6 fatty acids which helps in increasing the blood circulation in scalp. Thereby improving hair growth.

Note: There will be residues left but do not strain it off. Let it settle down. These residues are important. Try to keep the container under sunlight for 2-3 days before using. Apply generous amount of the oil on your hair and massage your scalp well. Keep it for an hour (or two) and Wash off your hair. You will notice the difference soon.

Summarising the ingredients again in case you couldn’t follow the images.

You will need :

  1. Fenugreek (Methi Seeds) – 2 Tablespoon
  2. Tea Leaves – 2 Tablespoon
  3. Nigella Seeds(Kalonji) – 1 Tablespoon
  4. Curry Leaves (Kadi Patta) – 1 handful
  5. Vitamin E – 3 Capsules
  6. Coconut Oil – 300 gm
  7. Castor Oil – 1 Teaspoon

Grind the Fenugreek seeds, tea leaves, Nigella Seeds and Curry Leaves together. Then mix them with Coconut oil, Castor oil and Vitamin E. Store it in a container and voila! Your own healthy handmade hair oil is ready.

My little jar of secret 😉

I hope this is as beneficial to you, as it was for me.

PS: Let me know if you have any secret recipe for maintaining your hair. I am sure it will be super helpful for us all.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. very interesting. Thanks for sharing your secret

    1. missbindas says:

      My pleasure. Thank you for giving it a read.

  2. Highwaypay says:

    Great story

    1. missbindas says:

      Thank you. Hope this helps.

      1. Highwaypay says:

        yes it Helps

        1. missbindas says:

          That’s really good to know. 🙂

  3. I never even heard of some of the ingredients. Interesting.

    1. missbindas says:

      Is it? These are really effective though 🙂

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