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Chamomile Tea Hair?

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Many people drink chamomile tea for its soothing effects. Most are not aware, however, that it has beneficial effects when applied to hair, as well. Chamomile tea can help to soothe an irritated scalp, and the herbs contained within promote healthy hair growth. In addition, this tea works to soften the hair - giving it a soft and shiny glow - and gently lighten it. You can use a chamomile tea treatment on your hair up to two times each month; simply brew a single cup of tea, let it cool, and massage it into the hair. Leave it in for ten minutes, then rinse with cool water.
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1. Bring water to a boil on the stove. 2. Pour water in a teapot. The easiest way is to make this tea is by buying chamomile teabags at your local supermarket, but if you prefer homemade
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Purchase chamomile tea at a grocery store or health food store. Alternatively, you can buy dried chamomile anywhere that sells bulk herbs. Use an enamel or glass pot to make a rinse
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1. Put the dried chamomile flowers into a cup. 2. Pour in hot water. 3. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes. 4. Strain into another cup. Use a tea strainer to catch the chamomile flowers.
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