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Top 3 Teas That Help Grow Your Hair Faster

Many of us want shiny, longer, stronger, and overall healthier-looking hair. We’ve gone to stores looking at the shelves, grabbing every hair product insight that claims to do all of these magical things, when in reality it does not give us the results we want. To be fair there is no quick fix, but lots of us spend our time searching for methods that give us the quick results we’re desiring for. While putting products externally on our hair, do we ever question what we do internally that could give us all these benefits? Today I’m talking about teas that grow your hair faster, stronger while giving you that shiny hair glow. The process of course takes time, it’s not a quick fix, it’s a lifestyle choice, so really it’s up to you if this meets your particular need in the time frame that you are looking for. I use to always think I had thick hair, till my hairdressing had told me that I actually have really fine hair, I just think it’s thick because there is so much of it on my head. When I found out that information I noticed that whenever I brushed my hair it was always so tangled because my hairs are so fines and I would just go to town on my hair, resulting in split ends and damaged hair. I’m pretty cautious with what I put into my hair, due to the fact it can get damaged easier than others, but I discovered just changing my lifestyle a little bit could really help my hair overall. After doing some research I had no idea that even the teas that I have at home have hair growing and repairing benefits without me even realizing it! Here are the top 3 teas used for hair growth.


Besides tasting great, making a tea out of the rosemary herb can give you some great health benefits. It can help increase blood circulation which stimulates the hair follicles on your scalp, making your hair grow faster. Not only can this make your hair grow fast, but the increased circulation also delivers more nutrients to hair follicles that make your hair thicker. For faster results, you can use rosemary as a hair rinse in addition to drinking it in the form of tea.


Chamomile is wildly known for being nighttime tea. The tea helps relax you and prepares you for a good night’s sleep.  However, when this tea is applied as a hair rinse it can do wonders for your hair, such as promoting healthy and shiny hair. Chamomile contains anti-inflammatory compounds that can also alleviate dandruff, itching, and dry scalp. Another bonus is if your looking for a natural hair lightener then look no further! Chamomile is a natural hair lightener and can lighten your hair if used religiously. This option is perfect for people who can’t use or are against chemical hair dyes.

Nettle Leaf aka Stinging Nettle

Okay, I know what you’re thinking, doesn’t sting nettle cause stinging, itching, and redness? Yes! It does if you come into contact with the little hairs on the plant. These hairs contain chemical, such as formic acid and histamine that causes the irritation of the skin. However, once it’s fixed into a supplement and dried or cooked, this leaf can safely be consumed. So what are the benefits? Nettle Leaf is packed with a variety of vitamins such as vitamin A, C, D, K, and B. Alongside those, it is also rich in silica, potassium, iron-sulfur, and amino acids. All of these help clear toxins from your body, including the hair. This tea can also reduce shedding and speed up the hair growth process. While internally there are many benefits, you can also use this tea externally as a rinse to improve your scalp and hair.


So there you have it. There are tons of teas that help promote hair growth, but today I wanted to focus on the top 3. Try it out and let me know if it worked for you!

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