We are big fans of turmeric.
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If you didn’t know already – turmeric is one of the most versatile spices and nutritional supplements in the world. In India, it’s referred to as the “Golden Spice of Life” and herbalists worldwide call it a “superfood.”
Tumeric adds flavour. It helps with digestion. It acts as a powerful inflammatory. It makes teeth sparkle and it repels insects.
But there’s one more thing it can be used for... Hair growth.
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, turmeric can create a healthy environment for afro hair growth. It’s gentle, invigorating and revitalises the scalp, allowing healthy afro hair to grow.
Curcumin halts the overproduction of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormone responsible for hair loss in men and women.
You can use turmeric to aid you on your healthy Afro Hair growth journey by adding it to your meals or sipping it in teas!
That’s right. You can add turmeric to your teas to help aid afro hair growth and reduce hair loss.
In fact, it’s one of the best ways of consuming turmeric. Matcha turmeric teas, for example, make it easy for you to get the dosage you need. Plus you get all the health benefits of matcha in the process!
Of course, with any kind of product for your afro hair, you need to be sure you’re getting the best stuff. That’s where we can help.
Turmeric matcha tea for afro hair growth
For a limited time, we’re giving away premium-grade organic sachets of Tea Pigs turmeric matcha. Containing 50% organically grown matcha, 28% organic turmeric root and 22% organic liquorice root, these teas contain all the nutrients your afro hair needs to grow.
It’s never been easier to boost your afro hair’s growth. So, what are you waiting for? Enter code MATCHA at checkout by June 17th to get free, growth-enhancing matcha with your order plus free UK delivery.
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