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FUCUS (BLADDERWRACK)

Fucus is an edible brown microalga species that is found all over the world at the coast of oceans. It is a natural source of minerals like iodine, calcium, vitamin A, B-complex, C, E, G, sodium, magnesium, potassium, iron, silicon, and sulfur. Additionally, it has moderate amounts of manganese, selenium, phosphorus, zinc, anti-sterility vitamin S or vitamin K.
Fucus conditions hair and enhances the shine while protecting the colour. It makes hair thicker and stronger and  fortifies the hair fibres. It will soothe the scalp.
Fucus
The warming and stimulating effects of Ginger work to increase scalp circulation and encourage healthy hair growth. Ginger contains antioxidant gingerol which helps to fight free radicals. These can damage hair cells, causing hair thinning and hair loss. Ginger is also a great hair conditioner. Rich in minerals and essential oils, it makes hair more manageable, softer and shinier. It is a useful remedy for dandruff and dry, itchy scalp. It contains natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that help keep scalp healthy and clean.

GINGER

ginger
Native to the lands of China, Ginkgo Biloba is touted to be one of oldest species to grace planet Earth. It is considered as a ‘living fossil’—a species that has successfully survived major extinction events.
Ginkgo is an antioxidant. It provides the skin with flavonoids and polyphenols that work with antioxidants like Vitamin C, CoQ10 and Alpha Lipoic Acid to neutralise free radicals and prevent oxidative and sun damage  from occurring.
Ginkgo Biloba can significantly reduce hair thinning. It has proved to be beneficial for male baldness of various types as well. Essentially, the herb cannot directly cause hair growth, but it does promote stimulation,

GINKGO BILOBA

Ginkgo
which can create a healthier environment for better and faster growth.  Gingko’s properties as a vasodilator are thought to be able to help reduce hair loss, as the widening of blood vessels which supply hair follicles enables a better supply of nutrients, thus improving the follicles’ performance.
baldness of various types as well. Essentially, the herb cannot directly cause hair growth, but it does promote stimulation, which can create a healthier environment for better and faster growth.  Gingkos properties as a vasodilator are thought to be able to help reduce hair loss, as the widening of blood vessels which supply hair follicles enables a better supply of nutrients, thus improving the follicles performance.
Native to the lands of China, Ginkgo Biloba is touted to be one of oldest species to grace planet Earth. It is considered as a living fossil’—a species that has successfully survived major extinction events.
Ginkgo is an antioxidant. It provides the skin with flavonoids and polyphenols that work with antioxidants like Vitamin C, CoQ10 and Alpha Lipoic Acid to neutralise free radicals and prevent oxidative and sun damage  from occurring.
Ginkgo Biloba can significantly reduce hair thinning. It has proved to be beneficial for male
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Native to the lands of China, Ginkgo Biloba is touted to be one of oldest species to grace planet Earth. It is considered as a living fossil’—a species that has successfully survived major extinction events.
Ginkgo is an antioxidant. It provides the skin with flavonoids and polyphenols that work with antioxidants like Vitamin C, CoQ10 and Alpha Lipoic Acid to neutralise free radicals and prevent oxidative and sun damage  from occurring.
Ginkgo Biloba can significantly reduce hair thinning. It has proved to be beneficial for male baldness of various types as well. Essentially, the herb cannot directly cause hair growth, but it does promote stimulation, which can create a healthier environment for better and faster growth.  Gingko’s properties as a vasodilator are thought to be able to help reduce hair loss, as the widening of blood vessels which supply hair follicles enables a better supply of nutrients, thus improving the follicles’ performance.
Grapeseed Oil is perfect for hair nourishment and restoration thanks to its content and light texture. It contains 9 vitamins: A, E, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9 and B12, enriched by  micro and macro elements: potassium, sodium, calcium and iron. Yet the key element in the oil, restoring hair structure, is linoleic acid. In addition to so many components indispensable for hair health, Grapeseed Oil penetrates into the hair follicles and shafts really fast, leaving no sensation of heaviness. Grapeseed Oil is great for oily hair, although it sounds unbelievable. It doesn't clog the pores but, on the contrary, constricts them, gets absorbed quickly, doesn't leave any film and regulates the work of the sebaceous glands. It provides a good effect on
blood vessels of the scalp; restores damaged capillaries, cleans their walls from dangerous deposits, produce rejuvenating effect, improves blood circulation and tones hair follicles. Vitamin E nourishes, heals and protects the hair and scalp. The oil helps to condition the lashes and will make them grow longer and stronger over time.

GRAPESEED OIL

Grapeseeds
Hempseed Oil is made up of 80% essential fatty acid, the highest amount of any other plant. Hempseed Oil prevents moisture loss on a physiological level; it does just not merely "coat" the skin as do other oils. It contains the ideal ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 based on our cells needs. Hemp so closely matches our own skins lipids that it is able to penetrate inside our cells and lubricate the surface between them, thus bringing the EFAs within our body. Hemp is also the only plant oil containing Vitamin D which is necessary for calcium absorption.
Hair, skin, and nails are all formed from the same line of dermal cells, so it is no surprise that people who use Hempseed Oil report thicker and shinier hair, softer skin, and stronger nails.

HEMPSEED OIL

Hemp
Horse Chestnut leaves, bark, flowers, and seeds have been used to help treat a lot of health problems for centuries. The fatty acids, proteins and short-chain sugars can help repair hair that is damaged by dyes, hair dryers and chemical treatments.
It is said to protect hair from daily damage without causing buildup and it is said to impart a glossy look to hair. It boosts blood circulation in the scalp and helps with the productions of new cells.
Warning:
Horse Chestnut is NOT edible.

HORSE CHESTNUT (BUCKEYE)

Horse Chestnut
Grape Seed Oil is perfect for hair nourishment and restoration thanks to its content and light texture. It contains 9 vitamins: A, E, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9 and B12, enriched by  micro and macro elements: potassium, sodium, calcium and iron. Yet the key element in the oil, restoring hair structure, is linoleic acid. In addition to so many components indispensable for hair health, Grape Seed Oil penetrates into the hair follicles and shafts really fast, leaving no sensation of heaviness. Grape Seed Oil is great for oily hair, although it sounds unbelievable. It doesn't clog the pores but, on the contrary, constricts them, gets absorbed quickly, doesn't leave any film and regulates the work of the sebaceous glands. It provides a good effect on blood vessels of the scalp; restores damaged capillaries, cleans their walls from dangerous deposits, produce rejuvenating effect, improves blood circulation and tones hair follicles. Vitamin E nourishes, heals and protects the hair and scalp. The oil helps to condition the lashes and will make them grow longer and stronger over time.
Horsetail contains cysteine, selenium and silica, and these can enhance the growth of your hair as well as improve the health of the strands you already have. Cysteine and silica work to strengthen hair and maintain its shine, while a deficiency in selenium can lead to poor hair growth. Selenium is also necessary for the body to process iodine, which helps regulate hair growth as well. It helps to rejuvenate hair, nails and skin, increasing calcium absorption and helping to rebuild connective tissue.

HORSETAIL

Horsetail
The popular “indigo” colour is named after several plants in the Genus Indigofera family. These plants are native to subtropical as well as tropical locations around the world. But it is the leaves of certain Indigo plants that are used to make dye to colour fabrics a rich blue by the process of fermenting the leaves with caustic soda or sodium hydrosulfite.
Indigo leaf is an amazing home remedy for treating premature hair greying. Indigo hair oil prevents scalp infections and stimulates new hair growth when used regularly. It is a very good remedy for dandruff. One main hair benefit is that it acts as a natural hair dye. It is one of the best conditioners to soften hair really well.
Indigo

INDIGO

Jatamansi

JATAMANSI

Jatamansi (also known as spikenard in English) is an ancient Ayurvedic herb that grows in the Himalayas in India, Nepal and China. It is a flowering plant with pink flowers.
Jatamansi processed in sesame oil is helpful for reducing hair fall and preventing premature whitening of hair. Traditionally, it is used for blackening hair and making it smooth and shiny. It also controls dandruff. A regular use of Jatamansi Oil results in smooth, silky, voluminous and healthy hair
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FUCUS

(BLADDERWRACK)

FULVIC ACID

Fulvic acid
Fulvic Acid is a chemical compound that’s formed when microorganisms in soil break down plant material over long periods of time. In some cases, this process can take centuries. It can be found in clay, sand, mountain rocks and mud, and it can have different properties depending on where it is sourced from. High levels of Fulvic Acid are found in organically grown vegetables, especially those whose roots grow deeper underground.
Fulvic Acid significantly facilitates the delivery of much needed nutrients directly to the individual hair follicle.
While replenishing and recycling individual cells with needed nutrients, it also “digests” inorganic compounds
and balances electrolytes. It mimics the skin’s natural pH.
Fulvic Acid contains strong detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties that can prevent androgenetic alopecia (an intense form of hair loss). In addition, it improves nutrient absorption and claims to help deliver keratin to the hair, making individual strands stronger. It can assist with preventing premature grey hair.
Fulvic Acid is a chemical compound thats formed when microorganisms in soil break down plant material over long periods of time. In some cases, this process can take centuries. It can be found in clay, sand, mountain rocks and mud, and it can have different properties depending on where it is sourced from. High levels of Fulvic Acid are found in organically grown vegetables, especially those whose roots grow deeper underground.
Fulvic Acid significantly facilitates the delivery of much needed nutrients directly to the individual hair follicle.
While replenishing and recycling individual cells with needed nutrients, it also “digests” inorganic compounds and balances electrolytes. It mimics the skins natural pH.
Fulvic Acid contains strong detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties that can prevent androgenetic alopecia (an intense form of hair loss). In addition, it improves nutrient absorption and claims to help deliver keratin to the hair, making individual strands stronger. It can assist with preventing premature grey hair.
Fulvic Acid is a chemical compound thats formed when microorganisms in soil break down plant material over long periods of time. In some cases, this process can take centuries. It can be found in clay, sand, mountain rocks and mud, and it can have different properties depending on where it is sourced from. High levels of Fulvic Acid are found in organically grown vegetables, especially those whose roots grow deeper underground.
Fulvic Acid significantly facilitates the delivery of much needed nutrients directly to the individual hair follicle.
While replenishing and recycling individual cells with needed nutrients, it also “digests” inorganic compounds and balances electrolytes. It mimics the skin’s natural pH.
Fulvic Acid contains strong detoxifying and anti-inflammatory properties that can prevent androgenetic alopecia (an intense form of hair loss). In addition, it improves nutrient absorption and claims to help deliver keratin to the hair, making individual strands stronger. It can assist with preventing premature grey hair.
 
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Raspberries
Hemp
Chamomile
Blackseed
Patchouli
Rosehip
Safflower
Cucumber
Edelweiss
Cornflower
Coconut
Eucalyptus
Horse chestnut
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Organic     Wildcrafted     Garden Grow     Made to Order

Organic                                   Wildcrafted                                   Garden Grown                                  Made to Order