How to Make Garlic Oil at Home

23 Jun

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***GARLIC*** -Scientifically known as Allium sativum is the most ancient herbal remedy dating back to 1500 BC. It is filled with essential antibiotic and anti-fungal properties, useful for combating hair loss issues. Garlic contains an essential nutritional component named sulphur, which is important to the structure of hair proteins, such as keratin. It also contains a variety of vitamins important for growing long and healthy hair, such as vitamin C, vitamin B1, thiamine and vitamin B6.

How to Make and Apply Garlic Oil:

This is how I make my own at home fresh garlic oil to apply to my hair at night before wash days. This technique is highly recommended if you are looking to grow areas of your scalp that are experiencing extreme breakage and thinning or any other hair loss. I usually make a new batch every two to three weeks as it is at its best when used fresh. I would recommend following this application for 1-2 months in order to control hair loss and begin to see regrowth.

STEP 1: Gently unpeel a handful of garlic cloves and soak them in a cup of extra virgin olive oil for up to one week.

STEP 2: Gently massage the oil onto your scalp and leave it overnight (a fantastic way to stimulate growth). Cover your hair with a plastic shower cap and wrap in a scarf.

STEP 3: Next day, wash your hair with a good moisturising shampoo, followed by a deep condition treatment.

This I found was a life saver for me personally, in particular when I was experiencing a lot of hair breakage, adding this to my regimen at least twice a month enabled me to see a very visible difference in the health of my hair.



4 Responses to “How to Make Garlic Oil at Home”

  1. couturehd June 26, 2012 at 3:37 am #

    Reblogged this on Couture Hair Design & Training and commented:
    Ooo this is a must try!

  2. adt December 23, 2013 at 1:03 am #

    once i make ginger oil.. for how many weeks can it be stored if i want to make in lager quantity at once?

    • healthyhairsolutions January 26, 2014 at 8:08 am #

      I would store fresh ginger oil for no more than one week at a time. Simply because of the likelihood of bacteria growing on it. This is likely to reduce the quality of the ginger oil. It is better to make in small quantities as you require it. Hope this helps.

  3. Hassan January 25, 2014 at 2:18 am #

    This is very good method for making hair long quickly.

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