long hairThick, lustrous hair is a woman’s crowning glory, and one of the most recognized elements of beauty. Yet most of us abuse our hair on a regular basis. Straightening, curling, and blow drying are hard on hair. Chemical treatments such as dyeing and perms add to the problem. Most women, and many men, have hair that is damaged and dry, with split ends.

You can spend a fortune on hair products, from the corner drug store, from high end department stores, and over the Internet. Fortunately, however, that is not necessary. You can actually make a natural hair shampoo at home – one that will restore shine, volume and health. This shampoo provides beautiful results within the first month of use, and every month thereafter, your hair will continue to improve.

The secret to the success of the shampoo is in the ingredients, which contain high medicinal properties. Nettle, for example, is one of the best remedies available for the health of your scalp and hair. It stimulates blood flow to the scalp, accelerating hair growth.  Castor oil is high in vitamin E and ricinoleic acid. It supports healthy hair growth, and its antibacterial and antifungal properties prevent the growth of bacteria and dandruff.  Panthenol is made from pantothenic acid, or vitamin B5, which supports a health scalp and stimulates regeneration of hair.

Here are the preparation instructions:

750 milliliters plain nettle shampoo
2 ampoules vitamin B
30 milliters aqueous solution of AD drops
50 milliters castor oil
100 milliter aqueous solution of panthenol
30 milliters nettle drops

Method of preparation:
Use a one liter bottle. Mix the ingredients listed above and pour the mixture in it. Shake well to be sure the mixture is blended entirely.

Shake the bottle well before use. Apply this mixture to the scalp and hair and massage gently. Leave the shampoo on the hair for a few minutes, and then wash it off.

It is also help to consume nettle tea, which raises the blood count and regulates your hormone levels, and thus supports increased hair growth.