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Zhara’s Hairgrowth Tea

By January 27th, 202128 Comments

Zhara's Hairgrowth TeaRemember the ridiculously beautiful and wholly natural Zhara?! Well she’s back to share a very special recipe with the CurlyNikki community.

Zhara's Hairgrowth Tea Zhara’s Hairsational Organic Herbal Hairgrowth Tea!!!!!!

Healthy nutrition and exercise are definitely the most important part of your natural hair care regime in my opinion.
What goes in the body is a good refection of what comes out; physically, mentally and Vanity!
Homemade organic herbal tea is like drinking a liquid vitamin in its most purest form beacuse it absorbs directly into the bloodstream.
This organic tea contains many special vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients to enhance healthy skin, hair and nails!
It has excellent Health & Beauty benefits like purifying the blood, boosting circulation, promoting healthy hair growth, glowing skin, strong lustrous nails and the list goes on! Some of the herbs are detoxifying, so It’s also a great way to gently cleanse the body on a regular basis!

Drink this Fresh Homemade Organic Wellness Tea as part of your daily health and hair care regimen….

Cheers!

Zhara's Hairgrowth Tea

Recipe;

2tbs lemon balm ( melissa )
1tbs lavendar flowers
1tbs peppermint leavesZhara's Hairgrowth Tea
1tbs chamomile flower
1tbs rose petal
1tbs nettle
1tbs horsetail
1tbs coltsfoot
1tbs burdock root
1tbs oatstraw
1tbs alphalpha
1tbs rose hip
2tbs dandelion leaves
2tbs rasberry leaves
1/2 tsp ginger root

***For more information on the health properties and nutritional benefits of each individual herb click on this link to my favourite herbal chart online!!!!!

http://www.anniesremedy.com/chart.php

You can use a reusable silk or linen tea pouch, a stainless steel tea infuser or get some of the disposable unbleached tea bags at your local grocer!
Steep the tea leaves for a least 10mins and enjoy by itself or with a tiny bit of any natural/organic sweetner like Agave, brown rice syrup, raw honey, maple syrup, stevia ect….

Zhara's Hairgrowth Tea

28 Comments

  • Dayana Gregter says:

    Well!It's the first time that I trust a Hairgrowth Tea recipe.I will give it a try πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous says:

    I've tryed it now, and it's so deicious.
    Or not exactly that, cuzz i did'nt have all the ingredients so just mixed a lil bit.
    Found some lavenders in the garden and use the flower, and also found nettles in the garden and use them, also found roses in the garden and use the flowers, and then i also added rosemary, peppermint and ginger root.
    For a time now i've been drinking teas like green tea, and all my life i've been drinking chaimoille tea.
    But you have inspired me to mix my own ingredients, and how healthy it really is.
    I will also try the tea for an ice tea like you said tommorrow, i tryed to mix it with citron and a little bit honey.
    Thank u so much for this! πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much. I'm a big tea fan, lol.
    And i will abosolutly try this one, it's sounds great! πŸ™‚

  • BeautifullyImpurfekt says:

    Im going to try this…sounds interesting!

  • Anonymous says:

    just got my herbs from Mountain Rose .Great Company and my tea tastes great.this is my first time and i feel super relaxed πŸ™‚

  • Mellonie says:

    Zhara this is my first time making any type of herbal tea. The relaxing properties in the tea is crazy!! OMG I have been drinking it for only two days now and OMG I am so relaxed all the time! This is good because i have been really stressed and jittery for the past year.I haven't really been getting a good night sleep because of stress I really didn't want to go see a doc because I am in the military and I know the first thing they would do was put me on meds… . This is a godsend!! oh yeah I hope my hair grows as well but i'm not even thinking about that i'm just so excited!!

    Thanks Zhara and nikki!!!

    V/R
    Mellonie

  • Camille says:

    Oh, and in response to Maua, 15 herbs sounds like a lot, but I just buy them all and store them in a big container, then i put them in my coffee maker. Just as easy as making coffee every morning πŸ™‚

  • Camille says:

    Wow! I'm very excited to see this! I've been making teas for about a year, and these are most of the herbs that I use! It helped me in so many ways. I never got sick, my skin cleared ALL the way up, and my hair grew crazy fast in all one years time!

  • Maria says:

    I just recently gave up coffee and now drink tea. I just woke up one day and realized I'm Dunkin Donut'd out LOL This tea looks excellent! I'll probably put half in my hair, the other half in mah belly. Maua, this isn't anything new. Indian women have been doing this for centuries. If anything, most people have been going back to basics.

  • Maua says:

    15 herbs? cmon now, I love my hair but this is crazy..coltsfoot? oatstraw? wtf ladies !! I guess the days of keeping hair care simple are long gone eh?

    **Rushing to wear a flame retardant suit**

  • Anonymous says:

    @fabs, you can get the herbs in China Town. I lived in boston for 12 years. They sell plenty of leafy herbs, just ask around and they will point you in the right direction.

    you can also purchase them online.

  • Anonymous says:

    Tazo Zen Green Tea is great!

  • Zhara says:

    Just to respond to a few of the ladies questions!

    1.How often should you drink the tea?
    As I mentioned you can drink it daily πŸ™‚

    2.links to sites where to buy the herbs?
    mountainroseherbs.com is the only one I know of online. I actualy get the dried herbs fresh at local natural medicinal/herb store here in Vancouver so you could check your local area to see if they have a similar store in your city….

    3.Recommendation for a good organic brand of green tea?
    sorry I'm not a green tea drinker does any one else have a good suggestion???

    4.This tea tastes great cold (like ICE TEA) but personally it definitley needs a natural sweetner if your going to use it cold with lemon!
    i.e blended with medjool dates, honey or agave nectar…

    5.This recipe makes 3-4 weeks of 1-2 cups of daily hair tea. Use less or more of a tablespoon for each serving, depending on how weak or strong you want it. I store it in a dark glass vitamin jar to preserve the nutrient properties in the tea leaves.

    6.Just to make things clear no one is saying this is a miracle hair growth tea!!!! You can most definitley grow your hair without drinking the tea lol Like I said Healthy Nutrition and excercise should be the most important part of your hair care regimen. As i mentioned this tea has many health benefits other than just growing your hair.

    enjoy!

    Zhara

  • Fabs says:

    Okay same questions simply restating hoping for an answer. WHERE DO WE GET THE HERBS? I love in Boston, MA. And HOW MANY QUANTITIES IS THIS MIXTURE MAKING?

  • Anonymous says:

    OMG, I just got all of my herbs on Monday and will be mixing them up the weekend! It's so funny that you posted this now. Thanks Nikki!

  • ChocolateOrchid says:

    Thanks for posting this recipe! This is great!
    Can't wait to try it!

  • Liza says:

    The tea sounds good, but lets not take it as a miracle hair-growth type of thing. I agree that drinking tea has many benefits, but remember you need to get all of your other nutritional requirements from food and water. You can't eat McDonald's everyday and then drink this tea and wait for a miracle to happen. A healthy, balanced diet and healthy, thick, long hair take work and not just tea.

  • Anonymous says:

    How much does this make? Is this a recipe for 1 cup or 1 serving of tea? Or is this enough to make several cups? Thanks!!!

  • curleedst says:

    Tea makes me hungry when I drink it but I would definitely give this a try. I assume folks are drinking this hot or warm. Anyone drinking this cold and what does it taste like if you add a dash of fresh squeezed lemon to it?

  • Anonymous says:

    I'm going to have to give this a try. I'm a HUGE tea drinker!

  • Unknown says:

    what's a good brand of organic green tea to buy?

  • Anonymous says:

    what's a good brand of organic green tea to buy?

  • clarahallow121 says:

    sounds good!! πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous says:

    And I should add, I am thankful for this site.

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much for sharing and caring Zhara. You are an inspiration.

  • Anonymous says:

    I own a small herb store and I will agree with Zhara to a certain extent. A diet that is well balanced with the essential nutients and minerals is best for the body. Your hair can grow without the tea ladies. Certain Teas can "temporarly" lower high blood pressure,cholesterol,relieve pain, and promote weight lose. Drinking natural teas also promotes drinking those eight cups of water we need. Know what the sideffects of each tea you drink, because they are some that can cause harm if don't drink the recommanded daily dose. Teas are full with antioxidants that protect the body from forming free radicals. Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms that can damage the cells, impairing the immune system and leading to infections and various degenerative diseases. I highly advice Green tea mixed with mint is very refreshing and wakes you up in the morning. Black Tea helps with reduce cholesterol and the risk of coronary heart disease. Stay away from fake teas with added crap in them, stick to the natural leafy form. Research shows that most people who drink tea do not consume large amounts of soda or juice. White tea contains the powerful anti-oxidant that fights and kills cancer-causing cells, than any other type of tea. My grandmother is 68 years old and she;s drank tea her entire life, especially black tea and she sufferes from no seriouse medical illness.
    Eat healthy and excercise, and you love the change inside and outside. Great tea Zhara!

  • Zephyri says:

    How often is too often to be drinking this? And is there a link or links to sites where these herbs can be brought (aside from MRH that's advertising above the chart)?

  • hmr says:

    I love this tea…I just started drinking it 2 weeks ago…I actually didn't need to add stevia or any other sugar replacement to mine…I'm going to check in with Z in about 2 weeks to give her my progress…

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