Natural Sun Streaking for Hair

April 7th, 2007

This is a rich hair dressing which provides sheen and elegance to frazzled hair. It can also be used as a pressing oil for hair straightening.

Mix Lemon juice and tea. Using an inexpensive straw hat with lots of holes in it, pull strands of hair you would like to lighten through the holes with a crochet hook or pencil. Sit in the sun for 1 1/2 hours. You will achieve natural-looking streaking.

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Drying, Preserving Flowers, Leaves

April 7th, 2007

I love fresh flowers. But dried flowers make up about 85% of the arrangements in my house. Every holiday is an excuse to make a new dried flower arrangement in a vase or basket, to decorate a coffee table, or act as centerpiece on the dining room table. These arrangements are one of the reasons I love to grow flowers.

When choosing and planting my flower bed, I always think ahead to the time of drying and arranging. The method you choose for drying your flowers will depend on the type of flower, and the amount of color you want to preserve.

There are several ways to preserve the fresh beauty of flowers for years in their natural vivid colors without a great deal of work or expense. The two easiest and least expensive methods are sand-drying and air-drying.

Sand Drying:

Sand-drying can be used to dry a wide variety of flowers, such as roses, tulips, dahlias, marigolds and snapdragons. Flowers which last only one day, like day lilies, do not dry well. Do not dry asters, azaleas, chrysanthemums, geraniums, petunias, phlox, pinks, poppies or violets. But feel free to do your own experimentation.

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Harvesting Herbs

April 7th, 2007

Herb gathering is a meticulous art; Herbs should be picks at exactly the right moment when their various qualities are at their peak. For most Herbs, this is usually during late spring and summer, and in the morning. Leaves should be picked young, just before the flowers open, when the leaf shoots contain concentrated medicinal powers.

Flowers are very fragile, so you should gather them the moment they open, before they have a chance to pollinate.

Seeds should be dried out in the sun, however keep a watch on them as the wind may blow them away.

Barks and roots are best gathered in spring and autumn when the roots are thick and bursting with sap.

Drying Herbs.

As soon as you’ve picked, your Herbs take them indoors as soon as possible, and tie them in small bunches. Herbs should always be dried out in the driest, airiest and darkest place you can find. Your airing cupboard should provide the ideal environment. You can dry them in the microwave but I don’t like this method, although it’s perfectly acceptable for drying barks and roots.

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Natural Hair Color for Brunettes

April 7th, 2007

1) Cook an unpeeled potato in boiling water. Cool slighly. Dip a pastry brush or cotton ball in the cooking water, cover and saturate hair, being careful not to get any on skin. Leave on hair for 20 minutes then rinse out.

2) Make an strong infusion of any of the following Herbs and Teas then use as a rinse:

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Sage Rinse for Dark Hair

April 7th, 2007
  • 2 cups malt or red wine vinegar
  • 2 cups water
  • 1/4 cup Sage

Combine ingredients in a glass or enamel pan and boil for 15 minutes. Strain, cool, and store in a tightly capped bottle.

After shampooing, pour 1/2 cup over hair, then rinse.

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Natural Hair Color for Grey Hair

April 7th, 2007

1) Potatoes: Boil potato peels in water, strain, and cool. Use the strained water as an after-shampoo rinse to darken grey hair

2) Sage covers the grey when used consistently over a period of time. Simmer 1/2 cup dried Sage in 2 cups of water for 30 minutes. Steep for 2-3 hours. Strain, use as rinse on clean hair. Leave on until hair has dried, then rinse out.

3) Mix 1 oz. Sage, 1oz. Rosemary and 1 pint of water. Simmer for 30 minutes and strain. Massage into the scalp and grey hair.

4) Mix 1 tablespoon of apple-cidar vinegar with one gallon of warm water, use as final rinse.

5) Use an infusion of hollyhock (blue-purple flowers) to remove the yellow cast from grey hair.

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Natural Blonde Hair Dye

April 7th, 2007

Wash your hair with the following rinse. Pour the selected rinse through your hair 15 times, re-rinsing with the same liquid. On the final rinse, wring hair, and leave for 15 minutes before rinsing with clear water.

Blonde: Mix 1 tablespoon Lemon juice in 1 gallon warm water.

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Healthy Hair Highlights

April 7th, 2007

Want a natural alternative to damaging chemical color treatments? Use Lemon juice to bring out blond highlights in your hair. Combine the juice of 1 Lemon with 1/4 cup of water in a glass jar, shake well and use as a rinse after shampooing. Rinse with cool water after 5 minutes. Lemon juice will also help treat an oily scalp.

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Dandruff Fixers

April 7th, 2007

1) Make an infusion of 1 ounce each of fresh or dried Rosemary and Sage in 2 cups of water. Let steep for 24 hours, then use daily as a hair rinse.

2) Boil 5 heaping Tbsp dried Thyme in 2 cups water for 10 minutes. Strain and cool. Pour 1/2 mixture over clean, damp hair. Massage into scalp, do not rinse. Use second half of solution another day.

3) Instead of shampooing, massage handfuls of baking soda into the hair and scalp to absorb oil and to loossen dead skin on scalp. Rinse thoroughly, use no other shampoos. While initially the hair may seem dry, after several weeks, Dandruff will be gone and hair will be smooth and shiny.

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Herbal Deoderant Powder

April 7th, 2007
  • 2 parts powdered Sandalwood (for fragrance and anti-microbal properties)
  • 1 part powdered white oak Bark (an astringent)
  • 1 part powdered lovage root (for fragrance)

Pulverize Herbs in a blender or food processor until they become a very fine powder. Transfer powder into a clean, dry iron skillet and very lightly pan-roast to set resins and scents. Fill muslin draw-string bags with the powdered Herbs, or use handerchiefs tied with a string or ribbon. Pat bags under your arms or on feet.

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Harvest Cough Drops

April 7th, 2007
  • 2 c. turbinado sugar
  • 1 c. strong herbal tea
  • 3/4 c. light corn syrup
  • 1/4 t Essential Oils

Making the tea:

These cough drops are a way to use some of the Herbs you have grown or that you find growing near you. I go out and collect everything that is abundant and have properties that are good for cough drops (expectorant, anti-microbial, mucilaginous). Some Herbs I have used are Elecampane, Thyme, Sage, Echinacea, Marshmallow, Angelica, Elder Flowers, Mullein and Comfrey.

I collect everything and throw all the roots in a pot and simmer these for about 30 minutes then throw in the leafy Herbs and simmer some more. I start with about 1 quart of water. After the Herbs have simmered for 10 minutes or so I cool it down and strain out the Herbs then put the tea back on the stove and simmer until the volume of liquid is reduced to 1 cup.

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Natural Fabric Softener

April 7th, 2007

Add 1 cup of vinegar or 1/4 cup baking soda during final rinse. Not necessary on natural fibers like cotton or Wool - they don’t produce static.

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Ginger Hair-Grow Scalp Treatment

April 7th, 2007

Adapted from Naturally Healthy Hair, by Mary Beth Janssen (Storey Books, 1999). From Annie B. Bond (care2.com)

“This excellent, easy-to-make scalp conditioning formula really gets your hair growing!

It uses Ginger, considered one of the most powerful Herbs in Ayurveda. With its potent stimulating properties, Ginger increases the blood Circulation to the scalp which can result in faster-growing hair. Warming, stimulating, and great for your scalp and hair!

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 tablespoon finely grated fresh Ginger
  • 1 tablespoon Sesame or Jojoba oil

  • This formula can be applied either before or after shampooing. If applied after, be sure to rinse extremely well.

  • Combine the ingredients, massage into the scalp, and leave on for at least 30 minutes. (You can leave on overnight to receive the maximum benefit.)

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Beer Shampoo

April 7th, 2007

The Proteins from the malt and Hops in the beer coat the hair and build it up and help repair damage. It leaves the hair with wonderful body.

  • 3/4 cup beer (any cheap brand)
  • 1 cup inexpensive shampoo

Boil the beer until it reduces to 1/4 cup. Cool the beer and add it to the 1 cup of inexpensive shampoo

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Homemade Surface and Glass Cleaner

April 7th, 2007
  • 1 cup white vinegar
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol
  • 10 drops Lemon eo
  • 10 drops Rosemary eo
  • 5 drops Peppermint eo

Mix all ingredients together in a spray bottle, shake well, and spritz!

From: April 2006 issue of Alternative Medicine — The Art & Science of Healthy Living, page 95

This Daily Aromatherapy Tip is brought to you by AromaThyme

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Sage Hair Rinse for Grey Hair

April 7th, 2007
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 1 tsp. dried Sage

Pour the water over the Sage; steep until it cools a bit. Strain. Effect: Sage helps reduce the buildup of oil on the scalp and promotes healthier hair. Use this herbal rinse after shampooing for 3 weeks.

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Black Tea, Sage Rinse for Darkening Grey Hair

April 7th, 2007

(for darkening gray hair)

  • 3 tablespoons Black tea
  • 3 tablespoons Sage
  • 1 teapot freshly boiled water

Steep Black tea and Sage in water. Allow to cool and use as a hair rinse, pouring the tea repeatedly over the hair. Rinse with tepid water.

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Lemon-Lime Highlighter for Blondes

April 7th, 2007
  • Juice of 1 Lemon
  • 1 ounce mild shampoo
  • Juice of 2 limes

Mix all ingredients. Leave on hair for 15 to 20 minutes while under a dryer or in the sun. Rinse out.

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Marigold Hair Color for Red Lights in Blonde, Brown Hair

April 7th, 2007

(for red lights in blonde or brown hair)

  • 1/3 cup crushed marigold flowers
  • 2 1/2 cups water

Simmer flowers in water in a non-metal pot for 20 minutes. Remove from heat; strain when cool, saving the liquid. After washing hair, apply the marigold decoction as a final rinse, pouring it over the hair and catching it in a basin to reapply several times. (Red wine may be added to the liquid to intensify the effect.) Allow hair to dry naturally in the sun, if possible. Repeat the rinsing process with subsequent shampoos until you achieve the desired shade.

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How to Make Your Own Glue

April 7th, 2007

Basic Flour Paste

Blend whole wheat flour with cold water to make a liquid paste (about the consistency of pancake batter). Beat until the mixture is free of lumps, and then gently heat until boiling, while constantly stirring. Allow to cool before using. Store in an air-tight container. If the paste hardens, soften by mixing in small amounts of warm water as needed.

Wallpaper / Papier Mache Paste

  • 1 1/2 cups white flour
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tbsp alum
  • 1 cup cold water
  • 2 cups boiling water

Combine flour and sugar. Slowly add cold water and beat/mix out any lumps. Put mixture in a saucepan over a medium heat. Add the boiling water, and stirring constantly, bring the mixture to a boil. When stiff, remove from heat and add alum. Store in air-tight container. Should keep several weeks. If the paste hardens, soften by mixing in small amounts of warm water as needed.

Basic Waterproof Glue

  • 6 tbsp water
  • 2 packets unflavored gelatin (1/2 oz.)

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Split End Treatments

April 7th, 2007

1) Mix 1 tsp honey with 2 Tbsps Olive Oil, then beat in 1 egg yolk. Massage on hair in small sections. Wrap head with shower cap for 30 minutes. Rinse and shampoo.

2) Massage hair and scalp with warm Avocado or Olive Oil. Wrap hair securly in a towel. Leave oil on hair about 8 hours or overnight. If left on overnight, put a shower cap over head to avoid staining pillows and Bedding. Wash hair, then rinse with a vinegar /water solution.

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Planting and Cultivating Herbs

April 7th, 2007

Preparing the Ground/Planting

It is important in the planning of a growing area for Herbs that you take into consideration certain factors:

  • What is the purpose for growing this plant?
  • What type of environment does this plant need?
  • Is this plant happiest in sun or shade; wet, dark soil or sandy loam?
  • What types of planting areas do I have; what kind of soil, how much sun and shade; what is the air-flow like in this area?
  • What must I do to provide the greatest potential for this plant?
  • Are there any companion plants for this plant?

Before deciding which Herbs you are going to plant, you will want to decide what they are to be grown for. Most of the more common Herbs can be grown from seed; it is generally best to start the seeds indoors in small containers. This will give you the opportunity to better control the growing conditions and insure that you have strong, healthy plants in your herb garden.

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Classic Hair Color for Brown, Black Hair

April 7th, 2007

(for darkening dark brown and Black hair)

  • 1/3 cup walnut shells, Black tea, cherry tree Bark or Cloves
  • 2 1/2 cups water

Simmer colorant in water in a nonmetal pot for 20 minutes. Remove from heat, then strain when cool, saving the liquid. Apply to hair as a final rinse.

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Natural Hair Color for Redheads

April 7th, 2007

1) Use strong Black coffee as a final rinse

2) Use a strong rosehips tea

3) Make a decotion of red hibiscus tea, use as a rinse

4) Make a rinse from Calendula

5) Use an infusion of saffron for a rinse.

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Natural Hair Color for Blondes

April 7th, 2007

1) Marigold gives golden highlights to light hair and brings out red and gold highlights in light brown and red hair. Saffron, tumeric, Calendula, Mullein, privet and yellow broom in addition to any yellow blossomed herb or flower also add color and highlights for blondes.

2) Rinse hair with a solution of 1 tablespoon of Lemon juice to one gallon of water after shampooing.

3) To restore hair that was once blonde, mix 10 grams of Licorice root with 10 grams of oat straw, add a pinch of saffron. Cover with water and boil to make an infusion. Strain and use a s a rinse after shampooing. It should be allowed to soak into the hair and NOT rinsed out.

4) To bring out highlights and lighten blonde hair, steep 1/2 cup of Camomile tea in one quart of boiling water . Strain and cool slighyly. Shampoo hair until oil free, then rinse with the tea infusion.

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Fertilizing Your Garden

April 7th, 2007

“The Master’s” All Purpose Fertilizer

  • 1 can of beer
  • 1 can of cola (any kind, NOT diet)
  • 1 box or cup of apple juice
  • 1 cup Lemon scented liquid Soap
  • 1 cup ammonia
  • 1 cup liquid lawn fertilizer

Mix together all ingredients. If you buy liquid lawn fertilizer with a hose sprayer attachment, you can use the attachment with any 1 liter bottle to make a 50 gallon sprayer. Spray your lawn and garden with the above mixture every 3 weeks, early in the day. For houseplants, mix 4 shot glasses of the above mixture to 1 gallon of water and add 1/4 tsp knox gelatin.

Non-Flowering Houseplant Fertilizer:

  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tbsp Epsom salts
  • 1/2 tsp saltpeter
  • 1/4 tsp ammonia
  • 1 gallon water
  • Add 5 tbsp Black coffee for acid loving plants

Water your plants with this mixture once a month.

Spring Lawn Feeding:

  • 1 cup Epsom salts
  • 1 cup ammonia

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Symptom to Oil List

April 7th, 2007

ABCESSES Lavender, Tea Tree, Thyme, Myrrh, Frankincense, Birch (Blends: Antiseptic, Antibacterial, ImmuniBoost, Antimicrobial)

ABDOMINAL CRAMPS Lavender, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Ginger, Basil, Peppermint, Anise, Fennel (Blends: Antimicrobial, DigestAid)

ACCUMULATION OF Toxins Birch, Carrot Seed, Juniper (Blends: Liver Detox, Kidney Clear, Circulate, Energy Balance)

Acne Bergamot, Chamomile, Geranium, Lavender, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Tea Tree, Vetiver, Lemongrass, Rosewood, Cedarwood, Eucalyptus Radiata, Orange, Neroli (Blends: Antiseptic, Antibacterial, Liver Detox, MenoPal)

AGING SKIN Frankincense, Helichrysum, Cypress, Rose, Lavender, Patchouli, Sage, Geranium, Rosewood, Sandalwood (Blends: Youthful, Oasis, FirmUp)

Allergies Chamomile, Lavender , Melissa, Patchouli, Ledum, Nutmeg (Blends: Energy Balance, DigestAid, RespiRescue, CongestAid)

AMENORRHOEA (Missing or scanty periods) Basil, Fennel, Clary Sage, Marjoram, Myrrh (Blends: Regulate, MenoPal)

Arthritis Benzoin, Birch, Black Pepper, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Ginger, Juniper, Helichrysum, Balsam Fir, Rosemary, Oregano, Clove, Nutmeg, Tansy, Elemi, Peppermint (Blends: Joint Dr, GoutBGone, BackacheAway, Circulate, PainAway)

Asthma Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Lavender, Marjoram, Hyssop (Blends: DigestAid, RespiRescue)

ATHLETES FOOT Tea Tree, Myrrh, Balsam Fir, Lavender, Peppermint, Lemongrass (Blends: Antimicrobial, Antiseptic)

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Collecting Wild Herbs

April 7th, 2007

Nature, by its very design, provides a remedy for nearly any disease that may afflict a human being. This being the case, it is essential to know how to acquire and prepare the remedies. Acquisition of Herbal Remedies in the wild may not be as easy as some may think. If you cannot find the herbals that you are in need of, then you may need to either grow them yourself or buy them. Personally, I prefer to grow my own, for in this way, I am always absolutely certain what has been used to grow and cultivate the plants. Gathering in the wild, growing Herbs yourself, or purchasing them from an herbal merchant…each method of acquisition will have certain blessings and curses.

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Natural Hair Mousse

April 7th, 2007

Dissolve 1/4 teaspoon plain gelatin in 1 cup boiling water. Let sit at room temperature until slightly set. Rub into dry or wet hair, and blow dry.

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Hair Gel Recipe

April 7th, 2007

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 to 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin
  • 1 cup warm water

Directions:

Dissolve gelatin in 1 cup warm water. Keep refrigerated and use as you would a purchased gel.

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