Herbal Hair Loss Remedies For External Use

Organic Hair Loss Treatment For External Use

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In a different article in this series we took a look at some of the most popular organic loss of hair remedies for consumption. Here we’ll expand that theme to consist of some potentially helpful herbal treatments for external usage.
Aloe vera – some Indian tribes of Mexico associate their thick, healthy hair to regular usage of aloe vera gel which they rub into the scalp and hair each night. Herbalists think that the herb triggers the production of nitric oxide and contains an enzyme referred to as superoxide dismutane. Some professionals feel that these two compounds combine to promote hair regrowth in those experiencing male pattern type baldness.
Onion (Allium cepa) – this has a high sulfur material that is thought to have hair-healing properties. Some herbalists believe that rubbing the scalp with half an onion before washing hair encourages hair growth.
Red pepper (Capiscum) – a popular folk solution that involves the application of a red pepper plaster to the scalp to serve as a skin irritant. This draws blood and nutrients to the scalp and motivates the release of histimines to stimulate cellular division and hair regrowth.
Safflower oil (Carthamus tinctorious) – Eastern health practitioners think that safflower oil applied to the scalp functions as a vasolidator that dilates blood vessels. This allows more blood to provide nutrients to the hair roots thus developing an environment conducive to hair regrowth.
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