Of the many herbs around the world, lavenders are one of the ones that seem to have the most well-known connection to the head.

From stress to headaches, sadness, and restlessness, lavenders have been well-known to soothe away the issue. Older remedies are now coming back as people seek out natural health; this lovely recipe is for the health of your scalp and hair.

What you’ll need:

  • 3 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 3 drops of rosemary essential oil
  • 2 drops of thyme essential oil
  • 50mL of organic carrier oil such as almond or olive oil
  • A small, sterilized glass bottle – preferably tinted either amber or brown.

How to Make it:

Combine the essential oils with the carrier oil of your choice or organic carrier oil. Pour it into the bottle and store it out of direct sunlight.

How to Use:

Apply 7 drops of the mixture onto your hands, then massage the oil into your scalp. You can either wash it out after 30 minutes or leave it in overnight. 

You now have your own handy healthy recipe for your scalp and hair!

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