Macerate basil, nettle and lovage wholly cold pressed oil, apricot kernels and walnut supply us with polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega 3-6-9, elegiac and folic acid, iodine and vitamin E
Many diseases can begin with itching of the scalp, so that the background of the itching of the scalp can have a dermatological, systemic, neurological and psychogenic character. It is always necessary to take a detailed medical history and detailed examination of the scalp to be diagnosed.
Itching of the scalp may be associated with the formation of dandruff in the hair. Dandruff is not considered as health problem, but represents a major personal problem because it can be seen and leaves traces on clothing. The skin of the scalp peeling off and restored as well as other skin on the body, but if peeling is increased, then creates a larger number of dead skin cells and results in the formation of dandruff.
As for dandruff, we believe that cold-pressed oils of nuts and apricots contribute to better circulation in the area of the scalp. When we talk about itching scalp, then there often comes to fungi and bacteria inhabited in our scalp. Omega oils from walnuts and apricots moisturize our hair and strengthens hair roots. Melissa macerate is intended primarily for oral use, but of course you will not go wrong if you once or twice a week rub into the scalp, and with a light massage leave for 30-45 minutes to act.
Herb nettle, basil and lovage we can macerate in oil of walnuts and apricots for better circulation, and basil with the iodine from the walnut oil is a perfect antiseptic for fungus and bacteria.
Basil – in addition to the fact that it is well-known spice and antiseptic, basil is one of the most widely used herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. Basil reduces stress, strengthens immune system and vitality, basil balancing the metabolism and basil has a restorative and regenerating properties. It is rich in vitamin C, calcium and phosphorus.
For sure you have heard many times it is good if you rub the walnut oil into the scalp, and we believe that the walnut oil is very useful to drink.
Of course, the nettle is an essential herb, which in the body establishes a better circulation. In this case, the circulation has great importance for supplying blood to the affected tissues, the immune system and the body parts that were attacked.
Hyssop – is a herb with a pleasant scent. It is often mentioned in the Bible (hyssop, I shall be clean; wash me) and a lot of old recipes using it to improve the quality of skin and hair.
Hyssop was known as the bringer of freshness and clarity of mind, increasing the intellectual and mental abilities, probably due to the fact that the hyssop was helpful for nuns in night work. Hyssop contains up to 30 percent of monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, sesquiterpenols, phenol methyl ethers …
Nettle – we’ve already written about it, but maybe we forgot to say that the nettle is the known source of silicic acid. So therefore, silica is essential for healthy hair and nails. It is also a good source of iron.
Such a macerate is the synergy of herbs and cold pressed oils.
Cold-pressed oils have a role to supply us with polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega 3-6-9, elegiac acid, folic acid, iodine and vitamin E.
All in all, if you rub well into the hair and drink twice a day before meals, then you can be sure that you feed your skin, hair and nails.