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How to make sweet roses hair tea (stevia for itchy scalp)

I mean the scalp is just skin, yes? I'm thinking this may be the ticket!

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Bring water to boil in a small saucepan and add stevia and rose buds.

Bring water to boil in a small saucepan and add stevia and rose buds.

Turn heat off and allow herbs to steep for 30 minutes.

Turn heat off and allow herbs to steep for 30 minutes.

Strain the herbs from the tea using a strainer or cheesecloth.

Strain the herbs from the tea using a strainer or cheesecloth.

Funnel into a container. Cleanse and condition hair. Pour the hair tea over the head, massage. Do not rinse out, style as usual.

Funnel into a container. Cleanse and condition hair. Pour the hair tea over the head, massage. Do not rinse out, style as usual.

My always-itchy and dry scalp is fabulously itch-free. Who knew that a natural sweetener could be the answer to one of my most irritating issues? Plus, my tresses smelled like a bouquet of roses!

My always-itchy and dry scalp is fabulously itch-free. Who knew that a natural sweetener could be the answer to one of my most irritating issues? Plus, my tresses smelled like a bouquet of roses!

  • 2.0tsp Dried stevia; known to treat eczema, dermatitis.
  • 2.0tsp Dried rosebuds; anti-inflammatory, healing.
  • 2.0c Water