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Contents: Castor Ormus Oil, Red Palm Ormus Oil, Rosemary Oil, Lavender Oil, Black Seed Ormus Oil, Cold Pressed Olive Ormus Oil, Cayenne Pepper, Magi Mane Elixir (Colloidal Gold, Colloidal Silver, Colloidal Copper, Colloidal Ruthenium, Colloidal Tin)

Castor Ormus Oil

Castor oil is an age old beauty treatment that has been largely replaced over time by fancier beauty products with more ingredients and a bigger price tag.

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.

In fact, castor oil has traditionally been used topically for acne and other skin conditions, as well as hair loss, rashes and more.

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.

Ricinoleic acid is also said to help balance scalp pH which can also help replenish the scalp’s natural oils and undo some of the damage of harsh chemical hair products (and even damage from no-poo, due to over alkalinity). The antioxidants in castor oil also support the keratin in hair and help make hair stronger, smoother and less frizzy.

I made this into a Castor Ormus Oil by adding Dead Sea Salt and Sea 90 and filterint it out after 3 days of sitting and getting shook up.

Red Palm Oil

Red Palm Oil was so revered by Egyptians, that it was often times included in the tombs of Pharaohs so that these kings and queens would have access to it in the after world.

In many African towns (where it’s derived), red palm oil is their number one medicinal cure. From head aches to joint pain, they have reached for this firey oil for centuries.

If it’s been such an important part of civilizations for hundreds, even thousands of years (studies show it’s been used for nearly 5000 years).

I made this into an Red Palm Ormus Oil by taking Red Palm Oil and adding Dead Sea Salt, Red Hawaiian Alaea Salt, and Pink Himalayan Salt. I let it sit for 3 days in a M.E.O.W. Device, shaking it up every now and then and finally filtered out the salt.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil and rosemary teas are widely used for hair care in shampoos and lotions. Regular use of rosemary oil helps to stimulate follicles, making hair grow longer and stronger. It is also believed that rosemary oil slows down premature hair loss and graying of the hair. Therefore, it is an excellent tonic for bald people or those who are beginning to show signs on male pattern baldness.

Rosemary essential oil is also beneficial for dry and flaky scalps. Regular massaging of the scalp with rosemary oil nourishes the scalp and removes dandruff.


Lavender Oil

In some cases, hair loss is heavily associated with psychological states such as stress, depression, and anxiety. If your hair loss problem is indeed caused by the aforementioned conditions, this essential oil can be an effective relief. You can consider this an indirect benefit of lavender oil for hair. Lavender oil aromatherapy also helps to regulate blood circulation in the body including scalp thus it generally also promotes healthy hair growth.

Hair loss is indeed often related to psychological conditions such as depression, but it can be associated with a disease called alopecia areata. It is a condition where the body considers hair follicles foreign objects. In other words, this autoimmune disease makes your body reject the existence of hair follicles thus it triggers hair loss problem. Lavender oil is often used for treating this problem and sometimes recommended to prevent male baldness. Lavender oil is considered one of the most versatile essential oils since it offers plenty of useful benefits for humans.

Black Seed Ormus Oil

Black seed oil has been scientifically proven to help with a variety of ailments, both in lab rats and in humans, including colitis, reduction of cancer growth and boosting the immune system.

Unfortunately, in regards to black seed oil as one of many hair growth remedies, there is bad news. There is no information on the benefits of black seed oil in regards to hair growth, and I looked through tons medical journals and medical journal databases! However, that's not to say that anecdotal evidence doesn't exist.

Even if there aren't any proven results in medical journal databases, the non-e-commerce side of the Internet is boasting that black seed oil contains essential fatty acids to promote a healthy body, and state the oil is one of the many hair growth remedies to prevent hair thinning and promote healthy growth of hair.

Overall, shrouded in mystery, black seed oil has been proven time and time again to boost the body's ability to strengthen and heal, but the jury is still out as to its help with hair growth. As of yet, no official scientific studies are available via some of the largest medical databases in the nation. This is problematic for those who want details and want to know how it works. That information, at least concerning how the oil can speed up hair growth, just does not exist.

That being said, black seed oil is healthy for you. It has the ingredients that other hair growth remedies boast, and there is anecdotal evidence, in spite of the lack of scientific evidence.

I made this into an Black Seed Ormus Oil by taking Black Seed Oil and adding Dead Sea Salt and Black Lava Salt. I let it sit for 3 days in a M.E.O.W. Device, shaking it up every now and then and finally filtered out the salt.

Cold Pressed Virgin Ormus Ormus Oil

The benefits of using olive oil on stressed out hair strands are abundant. One of the most shocking benefits of olive oil is that it can prevent and even cure hair loss. When people lose hair, it is due to a hormone responsible for the shrinkage of the hair follicle shaft. However, the production of that hormone, called DHT (dihydrotestosterone), is hampered when olive oil is applied to the scalp.

The overall health of the scalp also benefits from olive oil. A healthy scalp equates to healthy hair. And the natural conditioner properties of olive oil add moisture to the scalp: an area that people tend to neglect.

Besides healing a scaly and dry scalp; olive oil makes hair soft and shiny. Take a look at the products in the hair care aisle at your local retailer: many of them now claim to contain olive oil. This is for good reasons.

Olive oil also has antibacterial properties and antifungal properties that fight off common scalp and hair problems. Head lice and dandruff are two examples of conditions that can be either prevented or hampered by the application of olive oil to the scalp.

I made this into an Olive Ormus Oil by taking Black Seed Oil and adding Dead Sea Salt and Sea 90 Salt. I let it sit for 3 days in a M.E.O.W. Device, shaking it up every now and then and finally filtered out the salt.

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper, scientifically known as Capsicum Annuum, is naturally a potent stimulant. It is good for increasing the activity in the body’s respiratory, digestive and circulatory systems. The capsaicin compound is what gives the pepper its heat. When placed on the scalp, it causes a tingling sensation. What you’re feeling is actually the cayenne triggering increased blood flow from the root of the hair to the follicles. This, in turn, causes increased hair growth.

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