This Ginger hair mask: Your Hair Will Grow Like It’s Magic

Ginger has amazing stimulating and healing qualities..

This aromatic, pungent, and spicy root is liberally used in Asian kitchens. In India, adrak wali chai or ginger infused tea is a household favorite, and it’s also a great antidote for cold, cough, and headache.

Ginger is native to Asia. During the 13th and 14th centuries ginger and black pepper were commonly traded spices to Europe. These spices were exorbitantly priced and were out of reach of the common man – one pound of ginger would cost the equivalent of one sheep.

Now, the good news is this knotted, knobbly root is available year round and it doesn’t cost you a sheep.

Ginger For Hair Growth

The warming and stimulating effects of ginger work to increase the scalp circulation and encourage healthy hair growth. Ginger contain antioxidant gingerol, which helps to fight free radical – you got to keep them away as these can damage hair cells, and cause hair thinning and hair loss.

Ginger is also a great hair conditioner. Rich in minerals and essential oils, it makes hair more manageable, softer and shinier.

Besides, ginger is a useful remedy for dandruff and dry, itchy scalp. It contains natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that help keep scalp healthy and clean.

This mask is an extreme hair growth mask, as it speeds hair growth by activating blood circulation in the follicles, which means that the follicles can get food that strengthens them. To use this mask,

  • Mix a tablespoon of ginger paste with a tablespoon of olive oil, jojoba oil, and coconut oil.
  • Start by massage the ginger oil on the scalp using the fingertips.
  • When the entire scalp is covered with the oil, re-massage for another 5 minutes to improve blood circulation.
  • Leave the oil on the hair for at least 30 minutes, then rinse with shampoo.
  • Repeat this mask twice a week for best results.

Caution: Do not take ginger if suffering from hyper-acidity. And do not apply ginger paste on cuts, boils, acne, or any other lesions.

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