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This herb can be used as a tea brew to bring out golden tones, and lighten your hair naturally.
You'll boil about 1 cup of chamomile flowers to 3 cups of water. It's great for oil infusions, such as the infusion we use in our Sweet Honey Shampoo Bars. We add 1 cup of chamomile flower to 2 cups of olive oil, and allow the herbs to fuse with the oil (either at very low heat, or naturally). Strain the oil very well so that no pieces of herbs is in your oil infusion.
Instructions and recipes come with your purchase.
25 grams is equal to about 1 cup of chamomile flowers.
In a bowl steep about 3-4 bags, or 1-1.5 cups (25 grams-40 grams) of dried chamomile flowers. Allow to steep for about 10-15 minutes. Add Cassia Obovata. The quantity you use depends on your hair length, and thickness. (For this recipe it's based on using 100 grams of powder) Add 3-4 tbsp of honey
Mix all of this together. Use the liquid as needed, because the honey also adds liquid into this recipe, and we don’t want it to be runny. Let the whole recipe sit for about an 1 hour. If you want more of the golden tones (or lightening) to come out for your light hair, blonde tones, or gray hair then let it sit out for at least 3-4 hours. Then apply this recipe starting from the front, working in sections and moving towards the back. Then cover and wrap your hair. You can leave it in my hair for about 2-3 hours. For achieving hair lightening, and golden tones please let it sit in your hair for at least 3-4 hours.
Posted by Amy on 27th Feb 2015
I love this chamomile for my hair. Sometimes I use it with the honey, and cassia recipe and I just love how it smells. Very soothing.Really helps brighten my hair. I think this chamomile is stronger than regular tea bags also. Sometimes I use it as an after shampoo rinse and it makes my hair very shiny and soft. :)
Posted by Nia R. on 11th Nov 2014
The Egyptian chamomile flowers steeped perfectly in the half hour time allotment suggested,smelled great and mixed into my Morrocan and Cassia Obovata Henna mixture very well. I got the desired color results on my re-growth and grays and was very happy using these as a add in to kick up the gold tones in my Henna recipe.
Posted by Rose Morris on 30th Nov 2013
I am so pleased with this product. I used it about 2 weeks ago and my hair still seems to be glowing!
I used the recipe recommended in the product video(with Cassia and honey)and kept it in for about 7 hours. Sorry I don't have a good before pic, but my hair was a slightly "mousier" brown before treatment. My hair is also very damaged from bleach.
Pics taken today (two weeks after use)
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Posted by Unknown on 10th May 2012
I've always used chamomile tea bags when making my henna paste before. Ease mainly. But when I was ordering more cassia and henna, I saw the chamomile loose leaf flowers and thought, why not. I've only used them once and I am very pleased with the results.
The golden undertones simple explode in the sunlight. I couldn't be happier.
Posted by Kelly on 14th Apr 2012
used the chamomile/cassia/honey recipe today and am very happy with the results. my hair feels very soft, and it turned my ash blonde hair a lovely shade of golden. it took a few minutes to wash the mixture off, but no worse than chemical dyes and my fav part was that the smell was pleasant. nothing at all like the salon where i get a headache from the chemical smells. i will deffinitely use this product again.