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Prevent Hair Loss And Regrow Your Hair

Hi, today’s article is all about hair loss treatment and hair loss home remedies. Although there are many products on the market today that claim to be slow, stop, prevent or reverse hair fall. There are many other ways to prevent hair loss that do not use strong chemicals or prescription drugs. Granted, some are useful and some are not, but the only way to know for sure (just like using Propecia) is to try it out for yourself.

Hair Loss Home Remedies
Hair loss for women

I’m going to list a few possible ways of treating hair fall and let you make up your mind about their effectiveness. Just to remind you all that I am not advocating any type of hair loss treatment, simply because every person is different and what might work for you might not work for someone else!

Well, the first type of home remedy can be classified as “Herbal“. Many people, including myself, have started using certain herbs to address a variety of problems. Here are some of the more popular herbs related to hair fall are given below:

Stinging nettle

Also known as Utica Diosia. This herb can convert testosterone into DHT (DHT is often the cause of men’s hair fall). An optimum dose of 50-100mg each day in capsule form is recommended.

Stinging nettle
Stinging nettle home remedy for hair loss
Ginkgo biloba

This herb is believed to improve blood circulation in the brain and skin. It is believed that increased blood flow to the brain region provides more nutrients to the gland to promote hair growth. A recommended dose is 120-160mg of the dry extract every day, spreading three doses daily.

Ginkgo biloba home remedy
Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo biloba for hair loss
He Shou Wu

Polygons are also known as multiflora. This herb is traditionally used to reduce hair fall and can be taken in capsule form or as a tea.

He Shou Wu
He Shou Wu Home remedy for hair loss
Pygeum Africanum

This herb originates from the bark of the evergreen tree and acts as a green tea.People’s are using it for treating baldness. You should take 60-500mg each day in pill or capsule form.

Pygeum Africanum
Pygeum Africanum home remedy for hair loss
Saw Palmetto

Also known as Seranoia ripens. It is a favorite of many people because of reduced hair loss and encourages hair growth. Many commercial hair loss treatments use this herb as a base, but it is readily available in its pure form. It is advisable to use 160mg dose twice daily, but be sure the ingredients are made from berry extract and not the dried berry itself.

Saw Palmetto
Saw Palmetto Home Remedy For Hair Loss

The second home remedy for hair loss is external preparation that is applied directly to the hair and skin of the head. Some of this sounds weird but you never know until you try, right?

Safflower Oil

Also known as Carthamus tintortius, the saffron oil applied to the skin of the head acts as a vasodilator to promote blood vessels. This allows more blood to deliver nutrients to the hair follicle thus creating an environment conducive to hair regrowth.

Safflower Oil
Safflower Oil Home Remedy For Hair Loss
Aloe Vera

You can rub Aloe Vera into your scalp each night. We believed that herbs activate nitric oxide production and contain an enzyme called superoxide dismutase.

These two substances combined may stimulate hair re-growth in those suffering from male pattern baldness.

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera Home Remedy For Hair Loss
Red Pepper

Also known as Capsicum, you can apply Red Pepper to the scalp as a poultice. It irritates the skin of the head and stimulates blood flow to the base of the hair, which can encourage hair growth.

Red Pepper
Red Pepper Home remedy For Hair Loss
Onion
Onion Home Remedy For Hair Loss

Yes, onions. Some believe that rubbing scalp with onions before a shampoo can stimulate hair growth. Your mileage may vary!

 

There are many more Home remedies that may aid in hair growth or re-growth. I will talk about these in future articles. Thanks for reading and take care!


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