have healthy, thick, shiny hair without changing your hair color?
Don’t like that list of ingredients you see on bottles of hair
conditioner? Cassia Obovata is the hair-conditioning herb that is
often marketed as “neutral henna.” “Neutral henna” is
nether neutral nor henna! It's Cassia Obovata, and it's an
here for Samples!
sample of Cassia Obovata, mix it with enough warm water or an herb tea
to make a paste, and apply it to a spot on the inside of your elbow for
an hour as an allergy test. Allergies to Cassia are rare, but not
unknown. Test some more of the Cassia paste on hair harvested
from your hairbrush. When you rinse out the Cassia, you should
find the hair thick, glossy, and healthy.
have no problem with your test applications, go ahead and mix enough to
do your hair! You can mix Cassia Obovata powder with warm water
and apply it to your hair hair, as you would apply henna. If you
don’t like the smell of Cassia Obovata (it smells like a freshly cut
lawn), add a few drops of lavender or other essential oil, or mix the
powder with a fragrant spice or flower tea. You don’t have to
worry about dye release, so you can use your Cassia Obovata about half
an hour after you mix it up. Section your hair, and apply the
Cassia Obovata so it gets to your scalp. Then work it evenly
through your hair. You can rinse it out after half an hour.
The anthraquinones do their work quickly! Your hair will be
thick, shiny, and glossy. If you had scalp problems, the Cassia
should have fixed them!
you know if Cassia Obovata will make your hair gorgeous? Try
some! Mix up a little bit of henna and try it on hair you've
harvested from your hairbrush. Want enough to try twice (once to
test and once to be sure)? Avert potential disaster for $1.00-- what a
Cassia obovata do great things for
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