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Blending Oils for Hair Regrowth

by Krishna
(Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India)


I had quite bad hair loss. I have quite good hair on both sides of the head, but less on the front and the middle portion of the head, and I have quite a lot of gray hair on both sides of the head. My hair is thin now.

I have started massaging my hair daily with Sweet Almond oil. Now I am not losing hair, and I don't think I have dandruff. I am a 42 year old Indian.

I recently bought a few essential oils for hair. What proportions do I mix them? Here is what I bought:

100 ml Rosemary oil
100 ml Lavender oil
100 ml Jojoba oil
2000 ml Lenardo Extra Virgin Olive oil
225 ml Almond hair oil
300 ml of Amla(Indian Gooseberry)
380 ml of Castor oil

I know you might be thinking, he is gone crazy.... ok anyway :)

Please help me - how do I mix them, what should not be mixed together?

Awaiting your quick response. Once mixed, should I heat the mixed oil(s) before applying them and where to store them to last a year or so...

Thanking in advance.



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availability NEW
by: Anonymous

can you tell me where do I get these oils in Hyderabad??

How that worked? NEW
by: Anonymous

Hi Krishna,

Let me know how that oils mixture worked for you?
Even i want to try that especially for grey hair. Recently my hair stared greying.


You're Welcome NEW
by: Kyley

You're most welcome, Krishna. Let me know how it turns out!

I hope you also have a healthy, happy 2012 :)

Thanks NEW
by: krishna

Hi Kyley

Thanks for your valuable time & suggestion. Have a blast new year -2012.


Natural Recipe for Hair Loss NEW
by: Kyley

Hi Krishna,

You've got some excellent ingredients for making a good natural hair loss remedy. Here's how I suggest you blend them:

1/4 cup castor oil
1/4 cup almond oil
1/4 cup jojoba oil
1/4 cup olive oil
2 tablespoons amla
5 drops lavender essential oil
5 drops rosemary essential oil

Put the castor oil, almond oil, jojoba and olive oil into the top part of a double boiler. If you don't have one, use a heat-proof glass pitcher or bowl set inside a pot of water. Heat over a low heat to just below boiling.

Stir in the amla and cook until the mixture turns a clear brown. Don't let it turn black. Turn off the heat and let cool.

Strain the mixture into a dark glass or PET plastic bottle or jar and add the lavender and rosemary essential oils. Put the lid on and shake to mix.

Use as a hot oil treatment 1 to 3 times a week.

I hope this helps, Krishna. I'm not familiar with amla myself, so I did a bit of research and came up with the above recipe. I'd love to hear how it works out for you, so feel free to post comments after you've tried it for a few weeks.

Thanks for your question, and best of luck!

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