Hair Loss Herbal Remedies takes a good look at natural remedies for this ailment known as alopecia in medical terms, in normal terms it means you are losing your hair and going bald.
If you feel there is cause for alarm, and you are losing more hair than you are comfortable with then the first thing to do is to go and see your physician.
Your health care provider will assess the problem and will find out if
any of the factors listed below (which are the main causes hair loss),
may be giving rise to your misery.
He will also advise you as to whether you can combine hair loss herbal remedies with any medication he has prescribed for you.
So....... what are the actual medical terms for hair loss?
These are the medical terms given to the different types of hair loss issues. Check out our herbal dictionary to find out exactly what they mean.
hair we are, and you need to find some hair loss herbal remedies for your
problem, check out the list below to see which one will be suitable and
easy for you.
Ginger is rich in fatty acids which are recommended for hair loss and
this herb has circulatory agents that help stimulate the hair follicle's
growth cycle, another one of our famous hair loss herbal remedies, TRY IT!
Helps combat mites and bacteria that may cause hair loss and as one of our hair loss home remedies all you need to do is to massage the oil into your hair, and leave on for 10 minutes, before shampooing.
Basil is well known as a scalp tonic and hair conditioner probably because of its anti-oxidant properties that may provide protection for the hair follicles and which also encourages hair growth.
oil massaged into the scalp is an effective hair loss home remedy that
improves poor scalp circulation, a well known cause of hair loss.
Burdock goes down in history as a dandruff and scalp treatment as well as a natural treatment for hair loss.
It's legendary powers include helping to strengthen hair and add shine and body.
Apart from been an ingredient in brewing beer, hops contains ingredients and essential oils that help to slow down hair loss.
Watercress has a high iodine content which helps improve the function of the thyroid gland and relieves the symptoms of many forms of hypothyrodism that include hair loss.
Nasturtium leaves will help stimulate the capillaries in the scalp.
Make in infusion from the nasturtium leaves allow to cool and massage into your scalp and leave on for at least 10 minutes before shampooing.
Rosemary has been shown to promote increased circulation to the scalp as well as help remove dandruff.
This herb is very effective at blocking the formation of DHT which is
believed to be one of the main ingredients in the causes of androgenetic
alopecia or male pattern baldness.
Zinc Stimulates hair growth by enhancing immune function. A zinc deficiency can lead to all sorts of problems.
Iron also helps maintain healthy hair, so to help prevent an iron deficiency eat plenty of iron-rich foods such as cereals, beans, fish, poultry, meat and leafy green vegetables.
"the art of healing comes from Nature and not from the Physician - therefore the Physician must start with nature with an open mind".
Site Map 1: Home Remedies A through to K .
Site Map 2 : Home Remedies L through to Z .
Site Map 3 : Herbal guide.
Be careful of "self" diagnoses, always consult your Health Specialist.
"A man can be short and dumpy and getting bald, but if he has fire, women will like him." ~Mae West~
"Women love a self-confident bald man." ~Larry David~
"Middle age is when your classmates are so grey and wrinkled and bald they don't recognise you'" ~Bennett Cerf~
The tongue is different from all the other muscles in the body - it is the only one that is attached at only one end!!
The information on this site does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with your Health Professional.