Red Clover and Vinegar Hair Rinse
Like peas and beans, red clover belongs to the family of plants called legumes. Red clover contains substances called isoflavones—compounds that are structurally related/similar to estrogen. Red clover is purported to help with dandruff control.
2 Table Spoons Red Clover Loose-leaf Tea
1 Pint Distilled Water
1 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
Boil water and remove from heat.
Add the herbs and let sit for 30 minutes.
Strain and add the vinegar.
Massage room temperature tea into clean hair and leave on for 20 minutes
Rinse with cool water and style.
Caution: The rinse should be at room temperature before using. Never pour hot tea in your hair.
Lean over a sink as you slowly pour the tea over your freshly shampooed hair, massage the infusion into your hair and scalp.
Place a large bowl under your head to catch the liquid and reapply several times. Let the infusion sit in your hair for a few minutes. Gently rinse with cool water or, for extra conditioning benefits, just leave it in and towel dry hair.
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