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Coconut Oil For Deep Conditioning

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One of the greatest applications of coconut oil is for conditioning hair and there are many ways to use it to this end. I am going to share all this benefits periodically.

Coconut Oil For Deep Conditioning
Because it is comprised mainly of smaller medium-chain fatty acids, the oil of the coconut penetrates hair more deeply and faster than other conditioners. To use coconut oil as a leave-in treatment to repair split ends, moisturize your scalp, and add a healthy glow to your tresses; just follow these easy steps:

– First make sure you have at least an hour or two for this treatment. (The longer you leave coconut oil on your hair, the more effective it will be!)

– Wash your hair and let it air dry while you prepare the next steps.

– Gather your materials: a comb or hair pick, shower cap or small towel to wrap your hair in, two small bowls of different sizes (one should fit inside the other), and of course your jar of organic virgin coconut oil.

– Scoop a small amount of coconut oil into the smaller of the two bowls.

– Set the smaller bowl in the bottom of the larger one.

– Fill the larger bowl with hot water so the smaller bowl is partially submerged, but not floating or taking on water.

– Once your coconut oil comes to temperature and is completely melted, use your fingers to gently massage the oil into your hair, then work through with a comb or hair pick.

– After you’ve finished applying the oil, wrap your hair up in a shower cap or small towel and allow it to soak in for thirty minutes or longer.

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– Shampoo to remove oil.

– Optionally, you may reapply a small amount of coconut oil to the ends of your hair and / or work a small amount through all of your hair again – just enough to give it a healthy shine.

– Then style as usual.

Why AM I COCONUTS?

Coconut is one of the main ingredients of my life, and thus a part of the big scheme of things in my life, for instance one of the many reasons I chose to be a beach bump and decided to take the narrow road to dream and live forever in paradise. Today i can really say all dreams come true as I am living my dream by far, and harvesting coconuts in my beach place all year long, with the help of lovely friends I choose the best of the best juicer coconuts in my harvest and handpressed them myself, thus the reason I dont sell bulk only like a precious essence which it is because I do it consioussly and with lots of dedication, also as is fresh it always has the best qualities as batches are small and I prepare 1 liter per day, part of this i use on my magic salves and body and lip butters for Food for the skin, and I only use edible materials, Enjoy the best of nature and buy fair trade products like this one, this supports local communities and we can build a better world for everyone, Thanks for stopping By, My Best Tania.

P.S. I will use this blog to keep you posted on the marvellous amazing thousand uses of coconut oil and about new creations in our BodyShop.

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The Coconut House Fresh Herbal Tinctures by Tania Alejandra Mingramm.
Medicinal herbs like any other flora are subject to variations in growing conditions and to genetic diversity between varieties within the species. Different seasons will see variations of the active medicinal principles within the herb.
Ample evidence of the seasonal variations can be seen in the wine industry where each season can see a “vintage” difference in the wine produced.
The experience at Pindari has been that tinctures prepared from season to season and herb to herb each have their own set of variables but if the general growing, harvesting and processing principles are followed, a near standard medicinal product can be prepared from year to year, providing an acceptable uniformity of product.
The variation between seasons and harvest areas and thus the differing and varying concentrations of active principles in…

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THE COCONUT HOUSE

Organic SkinCare that Feeds your skin!

The Coconut House Fresh Herbal Tinctures by Tania Alejandra Mingramm.
Medicinal herbs like any other flora are subject to variations in growing conditions and to genetic diversity between varieties within the species. Different seasons will see variations of the active medicinal principles within the herb.
Ample evidence of the seasonal variations can be seen in the wine industry where each season can see a “vintage” difference in the wine produced.
The experience at The Coconut House – Tulum has been that tinctures prepared from season to season and herb to herb each have their own set of variables but if the general growing, harvesting and processing principles are followed, a near standard medicinal product can be prepared from year to year, providing an acceptable uniformity of product.
The variation between seasons and harvest areas and thus the differing and varying concentrations of active principles in the herbal extracts, is a reality that with the rekindled interest in phyto-therapy, science is now trying to accommodate. It can be said that at this point in time, herbal medicine is somewhat based both on science and historical usage.
Tania, the Coconut`s House author’s personal experience is that living within the medicinal herb gardens and daily observing the herbs has enabled a greater sensitivity in understanding the plant’s life cycles and their waxing and waning in vibrancy. The Doctrine of Signatures as alluded to by Paracelsus and others also become more self evident.
There is an increased ability to relate to the herbs, perhaps as the original herbalists did when they too lived in the country surrounded by the herbs on a day to day and season to season basis. This “living with” experience gives a greater depth of understanding that over the years leads to a deeper grasp of the differing expressions of the plants and their potential medicinal properties.
The way indigenous people live with and relate to the flora of their surroundings would be far more profound than that experienced at Tulum herbalist ghetto, However, the author’s experience provides enough to be able to relate a little to this existential relationship. Any medical herbalist, if they wish to know, really know the herbs they are using, should perhaps grow the herbs, harvest and process them into tinctures or dried herbs and thus handle and experience them.
Sublingually tasting of one or two drops of a liquid herbal extract and watching and sensing within where the energy essence of the herb travels and its effects on their being, provides further experience of the herbs healing potential. This has been practiced in many workshop settings where participants have voiced their positive appreciation for the experience. This procedure is discussed in detail the “Taste Testing Document” to be found under “Quality Issues.”
Summary.
Plants are a created, vital energetic and material life force that is an expression of its genome reproducing itself. The plant does this by using the energy of solar radiation and the material substrate of the earth, with the resultant physical and energetic expressions varying accordingly.
The capturing of this expression at any or all of its vibrational levels and the medicinal use there of, will by its very nature probably never be fully understood through the use of scientific methods. Thus phyto-therapy and its broad expression will remain a mixture of science and art, of understanding and intuition.

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