Banana Protein Treatment with Slip

I know I have been MIA for a minute. There has been alot going on in my life and I will share all the details later on when I'm in a more settled place mentally.
Anyway, I wanted to share my banana protein treatment, which I did today. I'll give you a little insight into what my hair and I have been up to. It's no longer a TWA. I'd call it a small 'fro. Shrinkage is serious and very annoying. And because of all the other craziness going on in my life, I have kept it tucked away in 'protective styles', cornrows and braids, as not to mess with it. There is one advice from youtuber natural, Sera, that I found to be invaluable and that is to not mess with your hair when you are frustrated/angry or stressed, because you are likely to take it out on your hair with rough-handling, and not even realize it. So 'protective styles' have saved my hair. 
By the way, I use bananas in this treatment because bananas contain natural protein (so does the Braggs) and the point is to restore protein to my hair (in case any hair strands have become weakened due to protein loss).
Some of you may want to know how I decide what type of treatment my hair needs. The answer is that my hair tells me. I pay attention to my hair. I pay attention to every knot, every split end I can see with the naked eye, every broken strand. And after noticing one to two broken strands while doing my last protective style, I realized a protein treatment is probably a good idea about now.

Here is the recipe for the treatment I applied after shampooing my hair with Dudu-Osun natural shampoo (I still use my homemade shikakai tea as a 'poo but I like to do one homemade treatment at a time).

Banana Protein Recipe
2 overripe bananas
3-4 tablespoons Braggs Liquid Aminos
1/2 tspn brahmi powder
1 tablespoon shea butter (melted)
1 tspn olive oil
2 tablespoons honey
1/2 cup finely ground marshmallow root powder 

Blend bananas in blender, then strain (using mesh strainer) into a bowl to remove seeds (the tiny black spots you see after blending).
If you do not remove seeds, they will end up in your hair.
Add all other ingredients except marshmallow root powder and mix until smooth. Fold in marshmallow root powder and let mixture sit for a few minutes (2-4).
The longer you let it sit, the more slippery the mixture will become. Don't let it sit too long or it will be difficult to massage into your hair due to the slip.
Apply mixture to clean, damp but not soaking wet, hair. Cover with a shower cap. I have disposable shower caps as these things do get messy and don't smell great. Let sit for at least 20 minutes or as long as you like. Rinse out and style as usual.