Hair Growth With Onion Juice

Onion juice promotes hair growth and, in some cases, even reverses hair loss. You can also use onion juice to protect against dandruff and scalp infection. These wonders are due in part to its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-oxidant properties and ability to promote blood circulation. It is by virtue of this ability to promote scalp health that onion juice promotes hair growth, strong hair and reduces the incidence of thinning and hair loss in turn. Less common but noteworthy benefits of onion juice include the facts that it also fights against grey hair and prevents lice
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To prepare onion juice for hair growth, you will need:

  • Onion. This is not a science so the quantity is not precise. I usually use a medium-sized onion. I heard white onions have more medicinal properties and tend to use those.
  • Essential oils (Optional for promoting hair growth and counter acting the strong sulfuric odor of the onion juice)
    • rosemary oil
  • Juicing implements
    • blender and strainer / cheesecloth or 
    • juicer
  • Scalp applicator bottle (If you do not have one, a squeezable ketchup or mayonnaise bottle will suffice) 
  • A shower cap

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How to prepare onion juice for hair growth

  • If you do not have a juicer, blend the onion (without water) until it assumes a pulp consistency. Then juice the onion pulp. Alternatively, if you have a juicer, simply process diced bits of onion.
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  • Place the onion juice into the scalp applicator. Discard the pith. The pith will be a good addition to your garden compost bin.
  • Partition your hair and squirt the juice directly onto the scalp. Massage the onion juice into your scalp. There is no need to apply over your hair. However, onion juice will not cause damage to your hair on contact.
  • Cover your head with a shower cap for at least one hour
  • You may store the remainder of the onion juice in an airtight container in the refrigerator for roughly 2 to 3 days.
  • Thoroughly rinse out the onion and then wash your hair with a mild shampoo, preferably with a fragrance that can mask the scent of the onion. Essential oils, especially top note oils like lavender, rosemary and peppermint are ideal, not only for masking the smell of onion juice but also for promoting hair growth.

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