Herbs For Alopecia
Herbal remedies to cure baldness and promote a fresh growth of hair use everyday herbs like rosemary, licorice, ginkgo and sage to invigorate your scalp and hair. Along with promoting a healthy head of hair by increasing circulation to the scalp, herbs such as saw palmetto and stinging nettle work to bring balance to the male hormones thought to have an effect on baldness. Along the Rio Negro in Brazil, muira puama is used to treat fatigue, muscular weakness, and sexual debility, and is used to prevent baldness.
Amino acids are essential to maintaining a full and healthy head of hair because hair is nearly 98 percent protein. Excellent vegan sources of oils rich in fatty acids are evening primrose oil, black current seed oil, flax seed and walnut oils. Sesame seeds are also a Chinese and
Sesame seeds are also a Chinese and Ayurvedic treatment for hair loss, you can add toasted sesame seeds to all kinds of dishes, and use sesame oil as a hair tonic and in cooking. A handful of sesame seeds contains a good daily dose of calcium, magnesium, and zinc, minerals which are necessary for strong hair, bones, and nails. Sesame is a delicious addition to your diet and if the additional sesame helps you keep your hair, so much the better.
While herbs can have a good effect on hair growth there are no “cures” for male pattern baldness. The exaggerated claims to grow hair in as little as 3 weeks using “secret ingredients” and “ancient medicines” do little to improve your hair and much to lighten your wallet. Give some of these inexpensive and hair growth promoting herbal remedies a try first, you will be glad you did.