In many different regions of the world, we find native and indigenous cultures who hold hair in high esteem and regard it as a symbol of status, fertility, health and rank.
These cultures utilize locally sourced plant oils, plant extracts and animal fats, to nourish, moisturize, hydrate and feed, not only the scalp and hair, but also to bring nutrition into the brain and body by way of topical nourishment.
This ancient art of topical nourishment has been ignored by modern commercial cultures, in favor of synthetic harsh chemicals,
which do not feed the body, brain or hair, but rather strip hair of its oils, kill brain cells, and cause cancer.
Balding and greying of the hair is extremely rare in indigenous and native cultures. Is it any wonder why young men and women today suffer from such a high prevelnace of hair loss.
Our collective indigenous ancestry, who were far more in tune with their bodies and the natural world, understood well the need for organic nutrition from their environments
, not only for beautiful hair,
but also for developing splendid physiques, and even, spiritual unfoldment.
In nearly every indigenous culture. hair was a symbol of prowess, of fertility and strength,
Of warrior hood and nobility.
Popular for hair care amongst indigenous people were local clays, resins, plant oils and butterfats of animals. There topical nutrients not only nourished hair, but also brain cells and neurons.
It is the the obedience to natural law and a harmonious relationship with the natural world, which provides indigenous people with harmonious development and graceful aging.