Herbs for hair growth

Herbs for hair growth
Some herbs are just so good for hair growth

In this post I will analyze some of the best herbs for hair growth and how they can help you prevent hair thinning.

Our hair, as some of you may know, is made up of a special protein called keratin, and it is actually nothing but dead cells.

The part that is living is below our scalp and its name is “follicle”.

Near the follicles are located the sebaceous glands that make your hair look shiny and alive.

Depending on the sebum production (the oil produced by the glands is called “sebum”) they make your hair look oily or dry.

Which are the best herbs for hair growth?

Well the first positive thing about using herbs to promote hair growth is that there are no side effects associated with them like it happens with many other products that are available in the market.

If you have lifeless hair, you can improve the situation and make it better massaging with best herbal oil, like for example, applying henna to hair creates a deep “conditioning effect”.

Some of the herbs for hair growth include henna, aloe Vera and neem.

Henna is a traditional and widely used oil for hair growth.

By the way, it is also used as a natural dye and it is often mixed with other herbs like, coffee, lemon juice and gooseberry, which is a mixture is a very good to treat hair fall.

I recommend to massage your hair and scalp with warm oil, then take a fresh green coconut and massage some of its milk into the hair and skin, keeping it on for at least an hour: this will make your hair soft and healthy.

Aloe vera to help you stop hair loss without side effects

Use Aloe Vera gel on your hair once a week and then wash it with a good organic shampoo.

Baldness is sometimes due to infection that harms the follicles.

You can get rid of such infections applying water on your hair with neem leaves that have been boiled for 10 minutes.

Neem is a natural disinfectant, it doesn’t damage the hair structure, and it is also known to treat dandruff.

Honey mixed with hot oil and a teaspoonful of cinnamon powder can be rubbed into the hair and scalp.

This should be left on the scalp for about 10 minutes: it will help your hair to grow faster and it will make it shiny and soft.

Smashed olive leaves mixed with vinegar can also be applied on the scalp’s skin and hair: that’s a good remedy for hair loss.

A mixture made of honey and egg yolk can also be used to promote hair growth.

If you want to stop hair loss faster you should eat sprouted beans and green leafy vegetables like spinach and also broccoli.

If you increase the intake of proteins in your diet, you will have naturally healthy hairs and you will be promoting hair growth.

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2 thoughts on “Herbs for hair growth”

  1. I am looking for an organic hair gel but I am allergic to topical vitamin E (tocopheryl Acetate) and cannot use anything that contains Vitamin E (or mineral oil). can you help please?

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