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Today I'd like to elaborate more on home remedies for hair loss so here are the ones that have
been proven over time to be the most natural AND with the best results:
1. Coconut Milk:
Ok.. Isit really an old wives tail or does coconut milk really grow hair?
Well, you'd be surprised!
Coconut milk is amongst the RICHEST sources of tissue-nourishing, plant derivatives.
It is a magic brew for promoting hair growth.
It's rich in protein, essential fats, iron and manganese.
These are the elements that are valuable in growth and maintenance of healthy hair, as
well as preventing hair loss.
When applied topically to the hair, coconut milk provides quick positive results.
Hair gets noticeably softer and hair loss diminishes instantaneously.
So this is what you do:
Take a dry coconut and grate it.
Grind to a fine paste and then sieve through a soft fine cloth to collect the milk of the
Applying Coconut Milk
• Extract sufficient coconut milk depending on the length of your hair.
• Apply the milk on the scalp and hair and allow it to dry.
• Keep it for about 2 hrs and then rinse your hair with normal water (do not apply
• This will leave behind the pure coconut oil in your hair.
The natural oils from the milk coat the hair thus making it silkier and easier to manage.
• Keep the oil for 24 hours and shampoo the following day.
• This process will make your hair softer and smoother.
You can also see an almost immediate drastic reduction in your rate of hair loss.
The hair fall gets arrested and fresh hair growth begins.
• For chronic cases of hair loss, do this once a week.
• For people with moderate hair loss, it can be done once in
2. Aloe Vera:
Aloe Vera juice is very effective to stop hair loss.
Pure aloe gel can be applied directly to the scalp.
This is helpful for preventing hair loss due to irritated, dry or infected scalp.
Aloe Vera balances the pH level of your scalp. After massaging the head with aloe gel, wait
for a few hours and then wash the hair with lukewarm water.
You should do this twice a week for best results.
3. Oil Massage:
Regularly massaging the scalp for a few minutes every day with lukewarm oil will lead to stimulation
of blood flow to the scalp.
Coconut oil helps in controlling hair fall.
Other recommended oils are: Jojoba oil, almond oil, mustard oil, lavender oil. Jojoba oil
is especially good because it replaces the sebum in the scalp.
It also helps to control dandruff
4. Neem Treatment:
Neem is one of the most sort after herbs in the country!
It has MANY benefits, both for health and beauty.
And when it comes to beauty, it has some very effective hair benefits too.
How to use:
• Boil neem leaves in water until the water level falls to half its initial quantity and
then cool it.
• Rinse out your hair with the mixture once a week.
Boil dried amla in coconut oil till the oil turns black in color.
Massage your scalp with this oil.
This is an effective and very easy home remedy to check hair loss.
There are also other ways where we can include amla in your hair care routine.
• Use amla and shikakai powder than you can buy in ayurvedic stores.
Mix them both and make a paste.
Apply this to your hair.
Leave it on for a few minutes and wash off after a few minutes.
A word of caution: If you have dry hair, SKIP the shikakai.
• The most effective method, however is to drink amla and shikakai juice.
Yes, it tastes terrible but the results will DEFINITELY be worth it!
On a side note, the following has the key essentials that has worked for one of our
male clients, done PURELY the natural way.
Here's what he did, he took lots of:
1) Vitamin A - an anti-oxidant which promotes healthy production of sebum in the scalp;
2) Vitamin E stimulates circulation.
Good blood circulation in the scalp is important in keeping hair follicles productive.
The 'B' vitamins contribute to melanin, which gives hair its healthy color and also stimulates
3) Massage is also beneficial.
Massage stimulates circulation.
As already noted, good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active.
Experts suggest a few minutes of daily head massage by hand.
Circulation through massage may be improved by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential
oil in an almond or sesame oil base with massage;
4) Try rubbing your scalp with garlic juice, Onion Juice or Ginger Juice (you can use either
one out of the three, but DO NOT mix any of two or
QUESTION ABOUT BIOTIN AND WHETHER IT GROWS HAIR
I had a very interesting question posed by one of our newsletter readers yesterday about
Biotin and it's effects on hair loss.
Her question was:
Hi Marc, I heard that Biotin controls hair loss. I heard it helps in growing hair and
nails faster but not sure if it controls hair fall?
Well -- Biotin usage is a little misleading.
It can help, but only if you are SIGNIFICIANTLY deficient.
The reason it got a lot of hair loss press several years ago was that people with significant
biotin deficiency lost a lot of hair and had the rest of their hair thin out.
When re-supplemented with biotin, the hair grew back to normal.
After all that's been said, it is quite rare to have a biotin deficiency if you eat any
type of standard diet, healthy or not.
The only way this might happen (aside from starving yourself) is if you have raw egg
whites without the yolk.
This is because a compound called avidin in the raw egg white binds with your body's biotin
and excretes it.
If you have the yolk as well, there are generally enough biotin in it to counter this effect.
Cooked eggs of any type don't cause this effect.
So, you can try biotin just to see, but in general, this is not a primary cause of male
baldness and probably it will show no effect.
Oh and since we're on the topic of myths related to hair loss,here are a couple more:
• Frequent shampooing contributes to hair loss
• Hats and wigs cause hair loss
• 100 strokes of the hair brush daily will create healthier hair
• Shaving one's head will cause the hair to grow back thicker
• Standing on one's head will cause increased circulation and thereby stimulate hair growth
• Dandruff causes permanent hair loss
• Hair loss does not occur in the late teens or early twenties
• Hair loss affects only intellectuals
Again, I want to remind you that all the above ARE NOT TRUE.
Now whatever the cause of your hair loss... Whether its due to genetics, stress, pregnancy,
lifestyle habits, diabetes, unbalanced diet, medications from drugs, hair treatments, fungal
infections, etc.. and whether you're suffering from hair loss, hair thinning, dandruff, oily
scalp, scalp itchiness or even premature gray & white hair problems, feel free to head on
over to: BaldingSerum.com to solve it fast.
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