3. Bamboo Leaf Tea
The third tweak was that she drank bamboo leaf tea which helps stimulate hair growth. Bamboo actually has the highest plant form of silica*, think about how hard bamboo is and you will understand how great silica* is for strong hair and nails.
Now she didn’t mention if she drank it every day but I think it’s a safe bet to assume that she did. If you love tea anyway then a cup of this hydrating mineral rich drink won’t be too much of a hardship to take daily.
So without further ado, here’s the video on her extraordinary growth:
Here’s the video on how to make the diy hairdrenalin potion:
Just like the original inversion method unless you have a medical condition or perhaps a sensitivity to any of the ingredients I don’t see too much wrong with trying this method of boosting your hair growth.
If you have very light colored hair then I would definitely give the hairdrenalin potion a miss because the black tea in the recipe will stain your hair. If your hair is already black/dark brown, you don’t have a problem.
I am more inclined to use topical hair growth aids rather than ingest supplements* which have caused me issues in the past. And between you and me, the ingredients that I need for the hairdrenalin potion recipe plus that bamboo leaf tea are winging their way to me right now from Amazon, yes it got me curious enough to want to try!
I’m pretty sure that individual results will vary and your increase in hair growth probably depends on your current hair growth rate and of course how diligent you are at doing the method.
Still 7 days a month out of your life to massage your scalp with oil isn’t much to ask so with that said, I would love to hear your thoughts on this and whether you will be trying it.
Further reading on hair growth aids/methods mentioned in the post: