Nigerian herbs for hair growth…herbs for hair growth and thickness.

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πŸ€”πŸ€”As as African or NIGERIAN, what herbs and plants can do for your hair growth? πŸ€”πŸ€”

1. Gingko Biloba

This herb is known to stimulate blood flow and improve circulation.

2. Rosemary
Often used as an oil, either combined with olive oil or by itself, this herb can help with circulation to aid in growth.

3. Peppermint
Peppermint is another herb that offers healing to the scalp to help with growth.

Nigerian herbs for hair growth
Nigerian herbs for hair growth

4. Aloe Vera
The gel of this plant is often used in stylers, like the Curl Theory Gel Styler .

5. Lavender
This popular herb has antibacterial properties so it will leave the scalp free of anything getting in the way of generating growth.

6. Burdock
Packed with essential fatty acids and phytosterol compounds, burdock can help with an irritated scalp while also reversing hair loss.

7. Stinging Nettle
This herb helps block the over production of DHT which leads to hair loss.

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1. Coriander

You might be more used to eating it alongside carrot in a soup, but coriander is more than just a cooking ingredient: it has also been used for years as a remedy for hair loss. This is because it posesses an abundance of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin A, B, 12, D and C, and magnesium, calcium and sodium, all of which contribute to hair growth.

Try it yourself: If you’re not a fan of eating the stuff, you can make your own coriander hair mask by blending up coriander leaves and adding water to make a paste. Apply it to your scalp, massaging it in, and leave it for half an hour before washing off. Repeat this once or twice a week to see the herb’s full effects.

2. Cumin

Cumin, the herb you might be familiar with if you make a lot of homemade curries, is rich in iron, anti-oxidants and manganese and also contains other vitamins and minerals.

As well as having multiple general health benefits, cumin plays a big part in hair growth, if consumed regularly. It replenishes the hair system and gives hair a shiny look, and cumin oil extract also aids in the treatment of dandruff.

Try it yourself: if you don’t often incorporate cumin into your diet, you can buy black cumin seed oil for a reasonable price online, such as here. Just make sure you do your research and buy from a trusted website- you don’t want to buy a falsely advertised product.

3. Cinnamon

Cinnamon has always been known for its benefits, which is great, because we love its flavour in cookies and pies (and surely that gives us the excuse to eat more?). Although using cinnamon for hair growth sadly won’t result in a sudden eruption of hair, it can improve circulation, thus stimulating hair growth.

Try it yourself: One common home remedy is to mix honey and cinnamon for hair loss. The combination of the two stimulates the scalp, which brings circulation to the skin, and improves the flow of nutrient-rich blood to the hair follicles, leading to hair growth.

Simply mix one tablespoon of cinnamon with one tablespoon of honey, stir, and add a little olive oil, stirring until a paste has formed. Add the paste to your scalp, leave for fifteen minutes, then wash off.

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