Contains: Phytosterols and Fatty Acids
A favourite medicinal herb for centuries, Burdock enjoys great popularity in Europe for various scalp treatments aimed at improving the strength, the shine and the thickness of the hair. It is also used in many herbal formulations to get rid of dandruff and scalp itch.
Contains: Antioxidants, Vitamins A & C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium,
Sodium and Zinc
Widely respected for its value as a hair aide, Rosemary is believed to slow down or even preventing premature hair loss and grey hair. When applied onto the roots and scalp, Rosemary is helpful in clearing many cases of dandruff and stubborn scalp problems while stimulating the follicles to grow thicker and fuller hair.
Contains: Biotin, B-vitamins, Zinc, Inositol, Polysaccharides, Mannans, Anthraquinones and Lectins
A species of succulent plant that probably originated in Northern Africa, Madagascar and the Arabian Peninsula. Miraculous for its ability to flourish in even the most arid Herbalists rever this plant that flourishes in arid conditions because it keeps the scalp healthy through its antibiotics-mimicking properties. Its rich and nutritious sap nourishes and moisturies the hair and scalp while increasing blood circulation to the hair follicles.
Contains: Silicic acid, Silicates, Flavonoids, Potassium, Calciumand Fatty acids
Horsetail is widely distributed throughout the temperate climate zones of the Northern Hemisphere. Reportedly first recommended by the Roman physician Galen, several cultures have employed horsetail as a folk remedy for skin, nails and hair. Herbalists believe that horsetail stimulates the hair follicles while normalizing the sebum level within the scalp.
Contains: Fatty Acids, Antioxidants and Vitamins
Also known as the ‘peanut of the desert’, it has been used for hundreds of years by the Apache Indians of the Sonoran Desert in southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Herbalists use this rich and unique oil to remove sebum from the scalp and dissolve follicle blockages. In addition, it delays aging through its unique antioxidant properties which protect the hair and scalp from free radical damage so your hair looks shiny with unsurpassed manageability.
Contains: Histamine, Serotonin, Lucoquinones, Chlorophyll, Minerals and Vitamins
Also known as Stinging Nettles, use of this herb has been recorded since the early Roman era. Highly valued by herbalists to nourish the hair follicles and encourages healthy hair, nettles’ highly nutritious contents and effectiveness have been used for many generations in different cultures. Other abilities of nettles, to add softness and shine while preventing the appearance of excessive white hair has also been noted.