Nowadays, there are thousands of dandruff cures out there, all claiming to be the best. There are wide ranges of ingredients that proclaim to do the job better than all the rest, but did you ever stop and think about where all these ingredients come from? They all come from natural sources, and for hair and scalp diseases, especially dandruff, chamomile tea has been used effectively for centuries.
Technically speaking, dandruff is the by-product of fungus called which is a natural thing, caused by an oily secretion that irritated the scalp. Chamomile tea, used to rinse the hair gets rid of the redness and flakiness often associated with dandruff.
However, the reasons for the scalp flaking and itching are many, form chemicals found in hair products that leave a residue, to allergies to certain kinds of foods that cause irritation. This is just an introduction to natural alternative to hair and scalp diseases, and can be explore in greater depth by reading hair about hair tips.
Chamomile has been around a long time and used extensively down through the ages for both healing and for cosmetic purposes. Shampoo manufacturers have used it to help strengthen the hair to add a beautiful sheen to it. Chamomile has been used to treat many hair and scalp diseases, including dandruff. It also strengthens the hair and, when applied as a rinse and left to sit, it penetrates the scalp with its soothing medicine, giving the hair a beautiful, healthy sheen.
To find out the best way to brew the tea, look it up on the internet, as there are different recipes for different hair and scalp diseases. As an example, for chamomile hair shampoo you can add about 4 teaspoons of dried chamomile to some boiling water. After you let it sit (steep) for about 30 minutes, you can stir in some baby oil. After you've strained it you can use it as a shampoo.
You'll find the results amazing - without the after effects of the more commercial, chemical laden products out there, that can leave you with that chemical residue feeling.
There is also another recipe if you have a dry and flaky scalp. It involves 2 bags or 2 tsp. loose chamomile tea with some lemon juice, along with marigold extract. When it is left in the scalp for 20 minutes or so, it takes out the flakiness and the redness.
Chamomile tea has been used for many centuries as a natural cure all for hair and scalp diseases such as dandruff. Its natural healing properties produce a flake free scalp, with no redness, also giving the hair a healthy sheen that chemicals can't seem to duplicate adequately.
If you're wondering about the properties of chamomile, for hair and scalp treatment, just try one or two of the recipes, I think you'll find the results delightfully surprising!