Herbs for Hair Loss
There are so many products on the market that promise to restore a full and
healthy head of hair, you would think that baldness, (alopecia), would be a
thing of the past. Sadly the vast amount of money being spent on these so called
cures for hair a receding hair line doesn't equate with more hair.
How herbs can help
The underlying causes of male pattern baldness seem to be genetic in nature,
however herbs that stimulate and increase circulation to the the scalp do seem
to trigger more growth, and shiny, healthy hair as well. Gingko and rosemary
are two of the herbs that address this important aspect of hair loss.
Healthy hair is dependent upon having enough amino acids in the diet, in
fact hair is 98 percent protein. Adding vegetable and herbal oils like walnut,
flax, black seed and evening primrose to your diet helps to 'feed' your hair
and condition it from the inside out. In Asia, sesame oil is considered one
of the best oils to stop hair loss. Use the oil in salad dressings, in hair
care, and toast the seeds for culinary delights.
The effects of Muira puama, , and nettle root, seem to be hormonally
related. Low testosterone is cited as a factor in hair loss.
Herbs for healthy scalp & hair help to prevent hair loss
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