Prevent Hair Loss With This Walnut Tincture


For those with hair loss problems the famous walnut leaves tincture is one of the best remedies. It restores and regenerates damaged hair after repeated use.

To prepare a quality tincture and to preserve the leafs properties, you should dry the leaves as soon as possible after collecting them. The best leaves are the young and strong ones at the end of the branches.
Walnut leaves present a series of beneficial properties for the human body. It can treat the stomach, the bowel, and some liver diseases. The walnut leaf are a panacea that our ancestors used whenever needed and thus maintained their superior life quality.

Walnut tincture recipe for hair loss

The necessary ingredients

-30 grams of walnut leaves well dried (this means about 2-3 tablespoons of chopped dried leaves)
-150 ml of any type of alcohol (vodka)
-100 ml of water

How to prepare the tincture

To prepare properly this tincture, the walnut leaves must be well dried. You can rub them in your hands for a perfect chop. Place them in a jar and pour the alcohol and water over them. Leave this tincture to soak for 2 weeks.
After the maceration period finished, this mixture should be filtered and left in the refrigerator for 5-6 days.
Keep it in glass bottles.

How to use walnut tincture:

After each hair wash, prepare a mixture of 10 to 12 drops of walnut leaf tincture and 1 liter of water. Rinse your hair with it, then massage the scalp. The mixture should be well shaken before use in order to dissolve the walnut tincture which is very strong. After 8-10 rinses with this solution, the effects will already be visible: the hair will be much stronger, regaining vitality and health, and you’ll notice that the hair loss stops. An additional benefit will be visible as white hairs will become darker.

The beneficial effect of walnut leaves over the hair is owed to its active substances that regenerate your hair and help it become healthier. Walnut leaves also contain a significant amount of vitamin C.

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