ONION OIL: A Hair treatment that works

Are you tired of hair breakage, dandruff,  hair loss or other issues related to hair. Here is a perfect treatment that works 100%. All you need is a constant application of onion oil and you will see changes even after just one month.

What you need to make onion oil
  • 7 teaspoons of Castor oil
  • 7 teaspoons of Coconut oil
  • 7 teaspoons of Olive oil
  • 2 large onions (it should be sliced)
  • 3 Aloe vera (it should be sliced(
  • Curry leaf
  • Camphor (grind)
 Castor oil
Castor oil has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties and is high in Vitamin E, minerals, proteins, and Omega 6 and 9 beneficial fatty acids. Its unusually high ricinoleic acid ratio makes it beneficial to skin and hair. Castor oil can be used on the scalp to help prevent and remedy hair loss and it is effective at this for several reasons. It’s antibacterial and anti fungal properties make it beneficial against follliculitus, dandruff and scalp infections and its ricinoleic acid content helps increase circulation to the scalp and improve hair growth.
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Coconut oil
Worried about damaged hair? Again coconut oil is the solution. It is an excellent conditioner and helps the re-growth process of damaged hair. It also provides the essential proteins  required for nourishing and healing  damaged hair. Research studies indicate that it provides better protection to hair from damage caused by hygral fatigue.
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Olive oil
Olive oil is truly a powerhouse when it comes to hair, skin and beauty applications. Its rich, moisturizing properties make it ideal for use on your hair. While you may immediately think of olive oil for cooking, keeping a bottle of olive oil handy in your bathroom can help your hair look healthier, stronger and shinier. Whether you use it as your regular conditioner, a hot oil treatment or as a hair finishing product, your mane is bound to reap the many benefits of olive oil.
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Onions
Onions help   reduce hair fall as scalp infections can cause massive loss of hair. Add volume by using onion juice for hair. They can be used to fight dandruff owing to their rich anti-bacterial properties. They improve blood circulation which is another way they contribute to hair growth.
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Aloe vera
Aloe vera also known as a miracle plant is a great natural treatment for dry hair or an itchy scalp. It has nourishing properties, and the tons of vitamins and minerals that are present keep your hair strong and healthy. Because of aloe vera’s antibacterial and antifungal properties, it also helps with dandruff, and the gel’s enzymes can rid the scalp of dead cells and promote the regeneration of skin tissue around the hair follicles.
Aloe Vera also helps stop the itching associated with dandruff or a dried scalp.
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Curry leaves
 Curry leaves help get rid of this build-up, leaving your scalp and hair feeling fresh and healthy. Curry leaves are a rich source of vitamin B, one of the vitamins essential for hair health. … Curry leaves are also rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help maintain the health of your hair and scalp.
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Canphor
An undernourished scalp can become irritated, leading to issues like hair fall and rough hair. You can control it with camphor. Camphor can also help remove dandruff. 
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HOW TO MAKE ONION OIL
  1. Pour 7 teaspoon each of coconut oil,  olive oil and castor oil in a pot to heat for one minute
  2. Put the sliced aloe Vera leaves, the sliced onions, Curry leaves and ground camphor in the oil and allow to fry for 10-12 minutes. You will notice brown foams forming on the oil.
  3. Cover the pot and let the oil cool for 12hours (this is to enable all nutrients be extracted by the oil)
  4. Then use sieve to extract the oil and throw the remnant. Your oil is formed. It is preferably stored in a glass jar.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply everyday or 2 to 3 times a week depending on your love for oil.  Rub thoroughly on scalp and allow oil to also touch all part of your hair, each strand.  Try wash hair weekly because onion oil do not have a convenient  smell.
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