Basics of FSG

I really want to try this out as i know this is great for some. However, to tell the truth it seems a tad complicated...Is there anyone that can give me a completely basic recipe that gives a good consistency for 2c/3a curls? How much to use? As well as this, without any preservatives or anything like that, how long can you keep it for? Does it go off? What happens if you use off fsg? Please help me, good tips, etc etc!
Here's an article on the NC homepage....

Top Tips for Homemade Flaxseed Gel
2C/ Coarse/ Normal porosity/ SW Florida/ Salt & Pepper
Cleanse: CJ Daily Fix, JC Cleansing Cream, TJ Tea Tree Condish
Condish: JC Too Shea, CJ Curl Rehab (both as RO & LI)
Stylers: UFD CM, CJ PP, JC Spiralicious, Darcy's Cream Gel & Cocoa bean whip
It does go off! You can smell it! Never tried it once it smells bad so not sure there. Basic recipe is good, just boil longer for thicker, I use a ton! I have BSL super dense 2c/3a and use a couple palm fulls until it slippery feeling all over.
Katie
2C/3a, Medium Texture, Normal porosity, High Density, Normal Elasticity (so says the LCLF Hair analysis)
Co Wash: As I am
RO: Yes To Carrots / Ion
LI: Biotera / Samy Big Curls Defining Cream
Gel: FSG, Volumax (Original and Mega)
Color: Henna
Tools: Diffusing
Mine lasts a couple weeks on the fridge no problem but leave it out for a couple days and it smells bad
Katie
2C/3a, Medium Texture, Normal porosity, High Density, Normal Elasticity (so says the LCLF Hair analysis)
Co Wash: As I am
RO: Yes To Carrots / Ion
LI: Biotera / Samy Big Curls Defining Cream
Gel: FSG, Volumax (Original and Mega)
Color: Henna
Tools: Diffusing

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