Why do I use nettle in my high performance hair organics?
Nettle can be commonly found around the British Isles and is known to stimulate the lymph system to boost immunity. It is used to reduce inflammation and minimise skin problems, such as skin eruptions and allergies. It contains high levels of iron, vitamin C, magnesium and other key nutrients. It can be used to treat dandruff, reduce oiliness and stimulate the scalp. Hippocrates (460-377 BC) reported 61 remedies using nettle. The Greeks used it extensively for many illnesses and wounds, such as nose bleeds, pneumonia, asthma and sores.
Nettle can be used internally (via tea) or externally for healing properties but also on clothes and beds.
Nettle is known as “nature’s hair conditioner” and is believed to add gloss and manageability to each, and every, hair strand.
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Why do I use nettle in my high performance hair organics?
Nettle can be commonly found around the British Isles and is known to stimulate the lymph system to boost immunity. It is used to reduce inflammation and minimise skin problems, such as skin eruptions and allergies. It contains high levels of iron, vitamin C, magnesium and other key nutrients. It can be used to treat dandruff, reduce oiliness and stimulate the scalp. Hippocrates (460-377 BC) reported 61 remedies using nettle. The Greeks used it extensively for many illnesses and wounds, such as nose bleeds, pneumonia, asthma and sores.
Nettle can be used internally (via tea) or externally for healing properties but also on clothes and beds.
Nettle is known as “nature’s hair conditioner” and is believed to add gloss and manageability to each, and every, hair strand.
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