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Natural Hair Care Tips - Home Remedies For Hair Growth

Fighting between traditional and Western medicine, modern medicine exists even in the field of hair loss treatment. While researchers have been trying to find a way to fix the problem with a drug or cocktail of chemical compounds, traditional remedies for hair loss have been around for thousands of years. If you are tired of taking medicines and applying topical medicines to your bald area, it may be time to visit the traditional medicine.

Why Try?

In general, traditional medical approaches are safer than taking pills or using gels or patches filled with synthetic chemicals. Traditionally, traditional medicine involves the use of natural substances and foods that can be found around us.

The same principle applies to traditional Chinese medicine; herbs, roots and leaves are available in quantities to correct common ailments. Economically, it is also more practical to use natural ingredients as they are less expensive, and you can provide infusions and creams from the comfort of your home, in your own time.


You've heard the drill; apply oil to your hair to keep it shiny and shiny. So far, safe oils such as mineral oils and essential oils from plants such as lavender and walnut are effective in maintaining hair health. If you have very dry hair, your sebum production may be affected. Sebum is a natural oily secretion that is responsible for keeping the hair shiny. If you are exposed to daily levels of smoke and toxins, your sebum production may be weak.

In such cases, oil is a natural remedy. Dry hair is also brittle; ignore enough dry hair and you are rewarded with easy breaks and irregular and irregular hair. Do not worry; you don't have to look far for oil you can use. You can use any of the following for the purpose of strengthening and retaining younger hair:

- Castor oil

- Almond oil

- Coconut oil

- Olive oil

- Ointment essential oil

- Rosemary oil is important

- Lavender oil is important

- cedar essential oil

- Jojoba oil

- Grapefruit oil

More Vitamins, Please

Keeping your hair in the head may be easier than we thought. If you know that you are not getting enough vitamins because of your diet, there is no point in changing your diet right now.

You can, but it takes longer for vitamins to reach the scalp. Instead, change your diet while taking extra vitamins. The usual multivitamin formulation with tocopherol, biotin, thiamine, ascorbic acid and so on is sufficient to maintain healthy scalp and hair.

Don't go to extremes, either. It is not only futile, but dangerous, to take vitamin pills daily. The body can only use certain amounts of vitamins; the rest is removed (through urine and bowel movements).

Although some vitamins are stored in the body for future use, it is still recommended that you take only the recommended RDA for all types of vitamins. This will prevent unnecessary problems associated with vitamin deficiency.


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