Add all of the dried herbs to a quart-size glass jar.
Cap the jar and shake to mix, or stir with a spoon.
Fill the jar to 1 inch from the top with apple cider vinegar.
Cap it tightly, and shake vigorously.
Keep the jar in a cool, dark location for 2-4 weeks, shaking it every day or so.
After the first few days you may notice that the herbs have absorbed some of the vinegar. Just top your jar off with some more vinegar so that it stays about 1 inch from the top.
After 2-4 weeks, then strain the herbs out with a cheesecloth or a very clean old t-shirt fabric. You can also strain it with a fine mesh sieve, then line your sieve with a coffee filter and run it through again.
Store your herbal hair rinse in a clean glass jar.
After cleaning hair as usual, mix equal parts of the prepared herbal hair rinse and water together in an empty mason jar or other container. Use ¼ cup of each for short hair, ½ cup of each for shoulder-length hair, and ? cup of each for long hair.
Tip your head back and slowly pour the herbal rinse through your hair.
Tilt your head from side to side and work your fingers through it as you pour to help it reach all areas.
You can leave the herb rinse in, or wash it out briefly with water.
Use the herbal rinse once a week or even every day according to preference.Use this hair rinse in between shampoo sessions, or even in place of them if you find that works for you.Do not mix the prepared herbal vinegar with water until ready to use, as it will decrease shelf life.