Natural Remedies to Stop Hair Loss

Saw Palmetto

Clinically Proven to Reduce DHT
Clinically Proven to Reduce DHT

Tips for Treating a Receding Hairline and Thinning Spots: You Can Grow Your Hair

Suffering from hair loss can be a traumatic experience, especially if you are young and do not know why your hair is thinning out. If you are a person, like me, who does not like placing chemicals into your body unless it is absolutely necessary, then there are several herbal treatments that can help you stop shedding your hair and begin re-growing it. As an herbalist for over 20 years whose Native American grandmother was big on roots, I can tell you that not going the chemical route will not only help your hair, but also help your body's vital organs. Also, while working with several clients, especially middle aged African American and Caucasian women and young males experiencing non-hereditary hair loss, herbs and products that contain them truly do work. So, before going with Rogain, ScalpMed, Avacor, or Propecia, try some all natural solutions that you can pick up from your local grocery or order great natural products offline from GNC, VitaminShoppe, or Beauty 4 Ashes Christian Co.

Top Herbal Remedies & Hair Care Products for Non-Genetic Hair Loss according to Dr. Sanjiv Choo:

(The list is not in order of effectiveness)

Ginko Biloba:

When taken by mouth can be used as an antioxidant and will improve circulation to the scalp. You can purchase it from GNC or at wwwgnccom.

Beauty 4 Ashes Super Gro System:

This is the best all-natural product on the market because it contains B Vitamins, which reduce cholesterol accumulation on the scalp; capsicum which improves blood flow to the scalp, saw palmetto, which stop baldness, aloe vera, which heals the hair strand, and over 10 essential oils and extracts that promote hair growth. The product also includes 12 ancient natural oils that protect the hair and scalp from free radical damage. Beauty 4 Ashes hair growth systems do not contain harmful chemicals and within 3 to 6 months will thicken the hair and lessen the appearance of thinning hair. Their products are amazing, made fresh to order just for you, and will nourish all of your hair avoiding dullness and restoring its elasticity, bounce, & vibrancy. You can purchase online at wwwdiscoverb4acom.

Aloe Vera:

The truth is that aloe vera applied directly to the scalp is probably the best conditioner for the scalp, because it nourishes and moisturizes the hair and scalp due to its antibiotic properties. It also promotes hair growth due to all of its inherent hair vitamins that it contains. If your hair is thinning, use natural shampoos and conditioners that contain aloe vera because it will increase blood circulation to your hair follicles.

Saw Palmetto

Many studies have shown that saw palmetto is an effective anti-androgen. It acts in a similar way that Propecia does. It lowers levels of DHT in the body by Blocking 5 alpha-reductase. Secondly, Saw Palmetto blocks receptor sites on cell membranes required for cells to absorb DHT. Saw palmetto can definitely help your hair grow.

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Kim Washington 9 years ago

Unfortunately, I did it backwards. First I tried the chemicals to stop my thinning and now I am taking your advice and only using natural products on my hair. Beauty 4 ashes products has all of the herbs you are talking about and since I have been using them I can tell you that may scalp and hair are in better condition. I never knew aloe vera could be so good for the hair. Its hard for a women with shorter hair. good article.

MatthewC 9 years ago

The shampoo and oil is good.

stacey 6 years ago

i am from belfast and have reali thin hair and i would love thick hair where can i get those things for my hair ? thanyou

Ayo 4 years ago

I live in Nigeria,pls how do I get beauty 4 ashes hair grow system. Thanks

karen 4 years ago

Hi...i've been hearing so much about this beauty for ashes product.i live in nigeria.don't they have a shop here or a distributor?

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