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Rosemary Tea For Hair: How To Grow Long, Thick & Healthy Natural Hair

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Rosemary tea for hair is a common topic of discussion among those who are looking to grow their hair. This article will give you some insight into how it works and what the benefits are for you.

Rosemary has been used in many cultures over time as a way to heal various ailments such as headaches and stomachaches. One use that’s become more popular recently is using rosemary for hair growth. There are several ways to do this but the most common way involves making yourself a nice pot of rosemary tea.

How does that sound?


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1. What is Rosemary Tea For Hair

As the introduction paragraph suggests drinking rosemary tea can help you in growing your natural hair.

Rosemary (official name Rosmarinus Officinalis) is a herb that has a very strong aroma and is commonly used in cooking, especially for flavouring meats, I personally love to use it to cook!

Whist Rosemary is great for flavouring food that is not its only use. There are so many other benefits to using Rosemary that you may not even know about but since this article is all about your hair and Rosemary tea we’ll stick to talking about that.


2. How To Make A Pot of Rosemary Tea

Making Rosemary tea is pretty straight forward and one of the easiest drinks to make.

Whist you can buy bags of Rosemary tea it’s best to go for the full potency and use the herb directly. You can buy the rosemary herb from here or you might even have some growing in your back garden and not even know about it.


Here’s how to go about making it.



Fresh/ dried Rosemary

Freshly boiled hot water

A mug or a teapot



Boil your hot water in a kettle or on the stove

Add a teaspoon of rosemary into a tea strainer. If you don’t have a tea strainer you can pick up a very affordable one here.

Pour the hot water into your mug

Add the tea strainer into the water and leave to simmer for about 5 minutes.

Once complete you can drink as desired or add a sweetener of your choice.

That’s it!


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3. Benefits of Drinking Rosemary Tea For Hair Growth

There are a few benefits to drinking Rosemary tea that we have not really touched on yet so we’ll go over those now.

Rosemary tea is good for treating migraines, headaches and relieving stress but not only that Rosemary tea is perfect for hair growth and any scalp issues that you may have.

Rosemary tea not only helps to stimulate new hair growth by encouraging better blood circulation but it also strengthens the roots of existing hairs, making them thicker and healthier. Therefore your natural hair will be stronger, shinier and healthier.

That means less hair breakage too!

Drinking Rosemary tea also helps by contributing to our overall health and wellbeing by regulating our blood sugar levels which in turn leads to greater hair growth.

That also results in an increase in the amount of oxygen that passes through your veins, allowing for a healthier scalp.  In turn, allowing you to grow your natural hair to the desired length.


4. Other Ways To Use Rosemary Tea in Your Hair

Did you know you don’t only have to stick to drinking Rosemary tea?

There are a few other ways that you can use Rosemary tea in your hair without drinking a single drop.


1. Hair Rinse

You can use Rosemary as a simple hair rinse by simply boiling some water with rosemary added and then leaving the pot to stand for 5-10 minutes to brew.

You can use this hair rinse once or twice a week as you see necessary. Once you rinse with Rosemary tea you don’t need to rinse it out of your hair, it’s important to remember that.

You can simply rinse and go. Rinsing with Rosemary tea will help to revitalise your hair and give it a really nice shine.


2. Scalp Treatment

You must remember that your scalp is a very important factor in growing your hair. If your scalp is unhealthy and suffering from dandruff and all kinds of other issues then the chances are that your hair will not be able to grow to its full potential.

To treat a scalp that has dandruff and other scalp related issues, make an infusion of tea by pouring boiled water over Rosemary and leaving it to stand overnight.

You can use this infusion to wash your hair before shampooing.


3. Eliminate Product Build Up

Did you know that you can even use Rosemary tea to help get rid of product build up?

Product build up can clog up your hair follicles and make your hair feel weighed down. It’s a good idea to cleanse your hair and scalp every once in a while to keep your hair in optimal condition.

You can mix Rosemary tea with a couple of teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to help you get rid of product build up.


Final Thoughts on Rosemary Tea For Hair

Rosemary tea is a natural and affordable way to help stimulate your hair growth, strengthen the roots of existing hairs and prevent scalp issues such as dandruff or dry scalp.

Rosemary Tea can also be used in many ways other than drinking it including rinsing your hair with it, making an infusion for washing your hair before shampooing, using it as a simple hair rinse once or twice a week and even mixing rosemary tea with apple cider vinegar to get rid of product build up.

There are so many benefits to choosing this over any store bought products. The next time you’re looking for something new, try out some rosemary tea for yourself!


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