HOW TO USE ONION & GINGER TO GROW LONGER HAIR

Welcome back to my blog Loves. I think a lot of us can agree that growing natural hair is not for the faint-hearted.  Some of us fail to grow pass the awkward length phase and we look for boosters and things to facilitate our hair growth. Onion and ginger has been claimed to be a sure shot way to promote hair growth and a lot of people have sworn by their results when used either individually or combined. I decided to give them both a try and in today’s post, I’ll be sharing how I make, use and the benefits of ONION & GINGER JUICE.

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 

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BENEFITS

  • Onion juice helps improve hair growth by boosting the level of antioxidant enzyme optimising the hair growth cycle.
  • Onion helps nourish hair follicles with its rich content of sulphur which is essential for the regeneration of hair follicles.
  • Onion’s rich antibacterial properties help treat and prevent dandruff
  • Onion juice stimulates the scalp and improves the circulation of blood, resulting in its follicles that are well-nourished.
  • Ginger prevents hair loss; it contains magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, and vitamins that provides hair follicles with nourishment, making them strong and preventing hair loss.
  • Ginger has potent antimicrobial properties that help control dandruff and, in turn, curbs hair loss.
  • Ginger’s active ingredients, gingerol, helps relax blood vessels and thereby improving blood flow. This allows for the improved nourishment of hair follicles, ensuring faster hair growth.

 

Benefits of Onion & Ginger Juice on Hair


HOW I MAKE & USE ONION + GINGER JUICE: There are a lot of ways the juice can be extracted from onion & ginger but this is the most suitable way for me and this way I get most out of the onion & ginger plus I don’t have wastage as I use the remnant to cook soup.

  • I peel and cut onion and ginger into smaller pieces,
  • Blend the two together to form a thick paste,
  • Sieve the mixture; I ensure not to press the thick paste through the sieve to avoid having white particles in the juice,
  • I put the juice in a suitable container (drip bottle),
  • Add a couple of drops of tea tree & peppermint oils (they both have amazing benefits on scalp health and promotes hair growth),
  • Apply the mixture on my scalp directly,
  • Massage my scalp for a couple of minutes,
  • Cover my hair with a plastic cap for about 30 minutes,
  • Wash with a good shampoo and condition my hair.

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 



MY EXPERIENCE WITH ONION & GINGER JUICE

  • On Application; the juice felt cool and nice on my scalp,
  • I have tingly sensations on my scalp (which I can chalk mostly to peppermint oil),
  • After about 30 minutes; my scalp felt warm and nice and I can tell something was happening there.
  • I have only used it twice, I am yet to see its effect.
  • I’ll continue to use it every once a month and I’ll try to be consistent with it.
  • I’ll come back to update this post to share if it does make my hair grow longer than it would normally do.

 

Onion & Ginger Juice for Hair Growth

 

 

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