Fenugreek for hair growth, whether you are using it in an oil or as a hair spritz. Since I started using these seeds also known as methi, it has such a huge impact on how my hair feels and behaves in its natural form.
If you seek thicker hair, suffer from hair loss, balding, thicker hair, thinning hair or seek overall hair growth, using fenugreek seeds can be a great starting point!
Fenugreek seeds are extremely versatile and it has become somewhat of a staple in my household for hair needs and from time to time, I always find a way to incorporate it into my facial masks and sometimes even my smoothies.
I have ben using my fenugreek hair spritz for a few months and without fail, my hair hardly sheds. I went from losing handfuls, even clumps of hair on a regular basis to almost a pea-sized amount of hair.
The power of methi seeds lies in its composition of lecithin and amino acids seeds these ingredients act as a fine remedy for hair related issues. Lecithin improves the structural qualities of our hair and it helps to restore the natural protective coating of hair follicles. Lecithin is comprised of B vitamins, such as choline and inositol, it is a fat-like substance that helps achieve a healthy looking, shiny hair that is silky and lustrous to the touch.
Benefits of Using fenugreek for Hair Growth
- It is a great detangler
- Adds moisture to your hair
- Provides extra slip during detangling sessions
- Strengthens your hair
- Reduces shedding and practically eliminates it!
- Darkens grey hairs.
- Encourages hair growth
- Reduces hair loss
- Adds shine
- Fights Dandruff
How to Use Fenugreek for Hair Growth
Ever since I posted this tutorial on my Youtube channel ife360TV, my subscribers have been singing its praises and it has become a necessary step in their hair care regimen.
It is very easy to make and to apply to your hair.
You can also use this as a fenugreek tea hair rinse to get rid of grey hair. It provides shine and adds moisture to your hair.
Soak for at least 12 hours and it’s ready to be used! Add the fenugreek water that the seeds were soaking in to your spray bottle and apply to your hair. It really is that simple. Be sure to refrigerate and it should last about 1 week. I use this at least 3 times a week to refresh my hair and some subscribers even use it daily to replenish shine and moisture to their hair.
Note: Soaked fenugreek seeds smell like maple syrup. Just a heads up, you will be smelling like pancakes! 😉
Question: Will you use this fenugreek for hair growth spritz? If you do let us know in the comments how your hair responds to it!