Apple cider vinegar only requires three ingredients to make: a large bowl, apple scraps (the core and peels of preferably organic apples) and a piece of cheesecloth to cover the bowl. First, let the scraps brown via exposure to air.
Add the browned scraps to the bowl and fill with water. Cover with the cheesecloth and store in a warm, dark location. After a few days, the contents in the jar thicken, and a gray layer will form on top. Once this happens, let the contents ferment for approximately 1 month and then begin taste-testing. When appropriate, strain out the apple scraps and bottle the vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar can stimulate hair follicle growth and prevent hair loss. Combine 1/3 cup of the apple cider vinegar with 1 liter of water. This combination provides an acidity level comparable to the ideal human hair level.
Put the vinegar/water combination into a spray bottle and use it in place of a conditioner after shampooing. Let sit for a few minutes before rinsing. The apple cider vinegar removes build-up and moisturizes dry hair, destroys bacteria on the scalp that clog follicles and create such conditions as dandruff and promotes efficient blood circulation to help proper nutrients reach the hair follicles.