I used the Josh Rosebrook Nourish shampoo & the styling cream,*

*( after I had a torturous concussion-giving session at salon delineation where something called an indian scalp massage was actually a strange woman pulling my hair as hard as she could…Salon delineation on yonge street near to Rosedale could be sued, but why bother? I was so concussed after the session I left in a hurry & hope to never have to see or deal with these humans ever again…Suing the salon would only encourage further contact…Criminal prosecution & jail is appropriate for hair salons who torture & concuss clients…Unfortunately I am not a lawyer…)

The Josh Rosebrook Nourish Shampoo & styling cream were so INCREDIBLY good! I am feeling much better!

The styling cream is like a head orgasm…

The nourish shampoo is food for the head…

Combined, your head & brain feel happy & fed…

I parsed the ingredients of the Nourish shampoo onto my Grove Body Part Chart…

At the bottom of the page is the corresponding brain part chart…So you can also see which brain parts will be affected positively by Josh Rosebrook’s nourish shampoo…

I got mine from The Detox market on Scollard street…

The shampoo costs around $58 dollars (i think that includes taxes, but I forget)…The styling cream is way up there as well…

Both are well worth it if you have a concussion or know someone who does…

I leave both the shampoo & the styling cream on for extended periods of time so that they can absorb fully…

Use judiciously if you are short on funds…

Josh rosebrook nourish shampooaloe=aluminum
aqua water=hydrogen
camelina seed extract=titanium
coconut oil=carbon
meadowfoam sea buckthorn oil=aluminum
olive oil=carbon
hemp seed oil=titanium
shea butter=manganese
calendula=aluminum (marigold)
nettle extract=iodine
catnip extract=copper
alfalfa=molybdenum
rose hips=oxygen
flax seed=manganese
dandelion=oxygen
rosemary=oxygen
linden=nitrogen
burdock=oxygen
horsetail=mercury
sage=aluminum
chamomile=titanium
ginseng=oxygen
oregano=titanium
thyme=titanium
lavender=magnesium
mint=titanium
goldenseal=zinc
cinnamon=aluminum
cayenne=selenium
palm kernel oil=carbon
guar gum=aurum
xanthan gum=aurum
potassium sorbate=potassium
vinegar=zinc
lavender=magnesium
orange=zinc
ylang ylang=phosphorus

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