Grow Your Own “Shampoo Ginger”
The slightly viscous sap of the “Shampoo Ginger” (Zingiber zerumbet) has long been used by Polynesians as a natural shampoo. After the flowering heads turn red, they can be squeezed to release a gingery-fragrant, sudsy fluid. Natural shampoo that smells great, too!
To learn how to grow your own, check out: http://www.localharvest.org/zingiber-zerumbet-rhizome-C24788