Ginger Scalp Tonic for Dandruff, Balding, and More

Egyptian researchers say that this herbal blend helps treat dandruff, seborrhea, and maybe even balding.

Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Besides using this hair rinse designed by master herbalist James A. Duke, Ph.d., it is important to also give yourself a nightly scalp massage, improving the circulation through your scalp.


2 gingeroots, grated
3 tablespoons sesame oil
Dash of lemon juice


Juice the ingredients. Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of the juice with the sesame oil and lemon juice.

Massage the blend into your scalp, leaving it on for 15 to 30 minutes before rinsing. Repeat three times a week. Refrigerate leftover formula between uses.

Adapted from Anti-Aging Prescriptions, by James A. Duke, Ph.D. (Rodale Press, 2001). Copyright (c)2001 James A. Duke. Reprinted by permission of Rodale Press.
Adapted from Anti-Aging Prescriptions, by James A. Duke, Ph.D. (Rodale Press, 2001).


jamie miller
jamie millerabout a year ago

I hate dandruff. I've tried so many things. Nothing seems to work. Some things help.

Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton3 years ago


Aditya n.
Aditya n.3 years ago


Winn Adams
Winn Adams3 years ago


susan k.
susan k.4 years ago

This is on two times must be good

Rasika S.
Rasika S.5 years ago

yup dis also bcms shiney by dis blend....

Nazima S.
Nazima S.5 years ago

my advice is..dat bein bald or hairy can be very much compensated with your personality .I f you hav a magnetic character it always works.
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neil a.
Neil A.6 years ago

I would like to restore my previous luxuriant head of hair but do not have much hope will have to try this, I do massage my head most nights in washing as it is a bit dusty here.

John Peterson
John Peterson8 years ago

I`ll let you know