SIDR is a leaf powder made from the Jujube tree. This tree has multiple uses: The fruits (flesh and seeds) have nutritional and curative value. They are rich in protein and the leaves in calcium, iron and magnesium. We wash ourselves with it, as well as the sick and the dead. Bees are fond of its flowers and it gives us fabulous honey.
The SIDR is in fact a leaf powder made from a tree: The Jujube tree.
This tree has multiple uses: The fruits (flesh and seeds) have nutritional and curative value. They are rich in protein and the leaves in calcium, iron and magnesium.
We wash ourselves with it, as well as the sick and the dead.
Bees are fond of its flowers and it gives us fabulous honey (produced in Yemen).
The leaves are harvested by hand, air-dried and powdered.
Smell: sweet, herbaceous, fresh cut grass type "spinach"
- Composition :
- For hair :
Sidr powder makes it possible to wash the hair naturally. Cousin of the Shikakaï, the Sidr has the advantage of allowing not to disgorge the hair having been colored by mixtures containing in particular Indigo and Katam. It beautifies the hair. Astringent and purifying, it helps relieve itching associated with scalp diseases and fights dandruff.
- For use with:
Dandruff: essential oils of Geranium, Cade, Noble Laurel, Palmarosa, vegetable oils of Laurel berries, Chaulmoogra, powders of Peony, Brahmi, Tulsi
Hair wash: Shikakai, Amla, Rhassoul powders
- Instructions for use and tips for use:
It is especially during or after an indigo that it would be interesting. It is either incorporated into indigo coloring (Egyptian henna+indigo+sidr+olive oil), or used as a mask or shampoo.
100g of Sidr, with 2 tablespoons of olive oil or without as desired.
The set is to be posed for ½ hour.
In oily macerate, to put on your hair like a kind of mask.
1 tablespoon of SIDR
Water about 50 ml (until you get the desired texture)
Mix the sidr and the water until you obtain a fairly sticky homogeneous paste.
Apply to wet hair and leave on for 5 to 10 minutes. A small clarification, the mixture you prepare must be liquid like a shampoo, do not put tons. The Sidr contains saponin, so it has cleansing properties, manage to "lather", "wash" your hair. Of course, don't expect it to lather up like supermarket shampoos!
Rinse carefully, and rinse well, passing your hand well through the hair otherwise you risk having sticky hair. In addition, if there is product left over, the hair takes longer to dry!
Let your hair dry.
Shiny and healthy hair. The sidr prevents the indigo from disgorging. Then, I can't say if it prevents the disgorgement of other hennas, because for me in my shower, the greenish aspect of the sidr when rinsing probably hid the Sidr. In any case, if you know how to use it well, I find that it gives thickness to the hair and redraws the curls!
- For the skin :
Astringent and cleanser, it is used to relieve skin problems. Rich in mucilages and soothing, it calms itching, eczema, psoriasis, boils, pimples, acne, etc.
Instructions for use and tips for use
In paste or poultice: Make a mixture of hot water and sidr and apply it on the face for 5-10 minutes.
Jujube leaves (sidr) are also used to clean the body of the deceased Muslim and place it in the sheets around it.
Jujube leaves purifies the body and cleans the impurities on our body.
Rebalances blood pressure and cures bronchitis and asthma. It is very good for people who have high blood pressure.
It heals the stomach and calms stomach pain. It is very good for the face, against acne pimples because it deeply moisturizes the face and softens the face, against wrinkles.
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