CLEAN, HYDRATED, SHINY & HEALHY HAIR
Our Rooted tea is a blend of the False Sesame plant & Slippery Elm. It is a natural hair detangler, conditioner, and curl activator. This tea is packed with calcium and amino acids to help promote healthy, strong, and hydrated hair. When combined with hot water, the herbs become slippery and the mucilage produced is used to clean the hair, scalp, and leave your hair smooth and shiny. False Sesame is considered a soap plant because it contains saponin. Saponin is natural detergent and foaming substance that is effective in lifting grease, dirt, and grime. Slippery Elm & False Sesame are also effective antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and an emollients.
False Sesame has been used traditionally as a hair treatment by the women of Chad, who use these leaves to wash and detangle their hair. Being indigenous to Africa, the plant is grown locally in some Sahara areas and in others is considered a weed. It’s often referred to as False Sesame because of its similarities to the Sesame plant.
HOW TO USE:
1.Mix 1 Tablespoon of Rooted into 4 cups of hot water. (This amount is ideal for long hair, for mid/short hair mix ½ tablespoon into 2 cups of water).
2.Let the tea sit for 10-15 minutes until it cools down becomes gooey. We recommend that you strain the herbs with a muslin bag or cheesecloth.
3.Apply this mixture to your hair in small sections and gently massage your scalp and hair. Rinse and follow with Leave-in Conditioner or hair oil.
Ceratotheca Sesamoides, Ulmus rubra
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