Fresh Rosemary & Burdock Root Infused Hair and Scalp Oil

If you've ever looked at your hair and thought, "Why does it look like I've been electrocuted?" or scratched your head wondering, "Is it normal for my scalp to feel like the Sahara Desert?", then I have just the thing for you.

Meet my Fresh Rosemary & Burdock Root Infused Hair and Scalp Oil, or as I like to call it, "Magic Potion for Hair That's Seen Better Days". This oil isn't just an oil, it's like a first-class spa treatment for your tresses and your scalp.

Do you know what's in it? Burdock root. Yes, that's right, a root. Apparently, it not only moisturizes your hair and scalp but also does a fantastic job at keeping your hair from falling out. Who knew, right? Next time you're at a party and someone asks for a fun fact, there you go!

But wait, there's more! We're not just stopping at burdock root. We're throwing in a handful of essential oils too. Rosemary, Lavender, Sage, Carrot Seed, and Helichrysum, all of them rumored to be like a buffet of nourishing benefits for your hair and scalp.

So, if you're tired of your hair looking like it's been through a shredder or your scalp feeling like it's auditioning for a dandruff commercial, give this oil a whirl. Your hair and scalp will thank you!

To start this recipe you will need 10 grams of fresh Rosemary leaves, 10 grams of dried Burdock Root, 60 grams of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and 90 grams of Organic Virgin Coconut Oil.

Mash the fresh Rosemary and Burdock root together with a mortar and pestle.

You can either use a low-heat mug warmer or a small bowl set over a pan of low simmering water to gently heat the oils and herbs.  I like to use a mug warmer since it keeps it at the perfect temperature of about 120 degrees F.

I used the mug warmer and it took a total of 8 hours of heating the herbs and oil.  I did four hours over two days.  I strained the herbs from the oil and then returned the infused oil back to the mug warmer for two hours to make sure that any water that remained from the herbs would evaporate off.

I used a large amber colored bottle with a lotion pump attachment and added the following essential oils;
50 drops of Rosemary
40 drops of Lavender
20 drops of Sage
20 drops of Carrot Seed
10 drops of Helichrysum

(You can buy all the above mentioned Essential Oils from Mountain Rose Herbs). 

I then added in the infused oil.

Top it off with 1 ounce of Evening Primrose Oil.

To use: directly pump the oil onto your hair and scalp. I use about 1 ounce per treatment. Massage gently into your scalp and leave on for at least 1 hour. Wash your hair as normal and notice the silky softness of your hair and the refreshing feeling of your scalp.  Green Blessings!!!!

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