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Natural Hair Growth

10 Natural Hair Growth Herbals

 

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto is known for many other names like Sabal Sabal Serrulata, Palmetto and Sabal. In the late 1990, it was introduced as something that helps cure baldness. What makes it extra efficient in treating baldness are the properties found in its dried ripe fruit. Saw Palmetto?s fruit was found to have high concentration of green volatile oil, steroidal saponins, fixed oil and tannins. The basic use of Saw Palmetto is directed towards men. It is an essential cure to prostate-related ailments. As for women, Saw Palmetto is known to have contributing factors to breast enhancement and triggers active lactation for new moms.

 

Nettle (Stinging Nettle)

Nettle is basically a small plant, about two to three feet high. Its leaves are dark green with serrated sides. Seasonally though, it produces tiny flowers that could hardly be noticed. The leaves are also stingy and causes skin irritation. Nettle appears to have multi-facet benefits, which include therapeutic cure to asthma, cough and colds, prostate cancer, anemia, bladder infections, skin disorders, menstrual syndromes, diarrhea, ulcer, goiter, it is also deemed efficient as diuretic, astringent and herbal tonic for health maintenance. Incidentally, finding appears to show Nettle as an effective herb in curing hair loss. It was also found to promote hair re-growth for people who have been suffering from diminishing hair strands.

 

Pumpkin

Pumpkin has a long list of beneficial properties, which helps cure ailments and maintain fitness. Aside from de-worming agent, it is also used as remedy for prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of prostate glands) and detoxifying component. It is likewise tapped in dietary compounds. Long-term intake of its herbal component also keeps us away from many other diseases including various forms of cancers affecting the lungs, the colon, urinary bladder, cervix, breast and the skin. It also reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke. Pumpkins have therapeutic qualities promoting hair growth for the bald and the balding people.

 

Siberian Ginseng (Eleuthero)

Siberian Ginseng, known scientifically as Eleutherococcus Senticosus, is also called Eleuthero. Just like the Chinese Ginseng, the Siberian Ginseng is considered as an energizer. It enhances one?s stamina. The Siberian Ginseng is less famous in treating a long list of ailments. However, it is known to keep us from getting any of those ailments which appears on the list. There is however one very important and equally notable trait of the Siberian Ginseng - its ability to protect us from hair loss even as findings apparently show that it enhances hair growth or re-growth as for persons who may have undergone chemotherapy.

 

Bearberry (Uva-Ursi)

Bearberry was documented to have been first discovered in the 13th century in Wales. It grows in abundance in the dry areas of continental Europe and regions in the Northern America. Bearberry?s fruits and leaves are most useful in the formulation of other herbal mixtures. The fruits are not just the bears? favorite, it is also edible. Not everybody however knows that aside from being bear foods and tea, bearberries are also made useful as medicinal plant to cure renal and bladder infections, gout, rheumatism, arthritis and cysts. It is also tapped as an herbal agent in weight loss. Equally important is its ability to promote vanity. Its essential component appears to be largely contributing to hair growth and re-growth.

 

Muira Puama

Muira Puama was first heard to have been used by the Rio Negro settlers in Brazil as their muscular pain reliever, men?s sexual enhancer and hair grower. It is deemed as helpful in addressing stress, hypertension, genital weakness and impotence (which actually categorizes Muira Puama as the ancient Viagra). Muira Puama is also acknowledged as treatment for dyspepsia, menstrual disorders, arthritis, rheumatism, tonic, appetizer, pain reliever, paralysis (caused by poliomyelitis) cure and to top it all - baldness. It keeps both men and women from losing their hair as its herbal extracts promote hair growth and re-growth.

 

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo, scientifically referred to as Ginkgo Biloba, is also known by many other names which include Bai Guo, Ginkgo Nut, Maidenhair Tree and Yin-hsing. Ginkgo is deemed as an effective antidote to ailments like allergies, hay fever, alopecia (baldness), asthma, brain deficiencies, memory loss, bronchitis, eye problems, sexual disorders (erectile dysfunction and impotence) among others. However, what makes Ginkgo stand out is its ability to cure alopecia. Alopecia is an ailment described as related to baldness and hair loss. Ginkgo actually promotes hair growth and hair-regrowth for those who have lost or have started losing strands as a result of under going chemotherapy or just because of aging.

 

Walnut

Walnut, scientifically referred to either as Juglans Regia or Juglans Nigra, is known as the Black Walnut. Walnut forms part and parcel of medical mixtures and herbal medicines primarily designed to cure ailments like abrasions and cuts, candida and yeast infections, digestive discomforts caused by parasites and worms, sore throat, anemia and laryngitis. Walnut has properties that appear effective in addressing baldness. The outer crust of the nut are infused and used for the treatment of hair loss. Regular use of the infused outer crust of the walnuts is also found to be an effective component in promoting hair growth and re-growth for those who may have bald for years or just starting to bald.

 

Rosemary

Rosemary, a compound word derived from the words ?Rose? and ?Mary?. It is also known with its scientific term Rosmarinus Officinalis. Rosemary is an evergreen shrub that traces its roots from the Mediterranean region. It belongs to a plant genus known as Lamiaceae or Labiatae Mint. Rosemary is considered as a very beneficial herb that does not only find its way into the science of medicine but also goes as far as the kitchen. It has in fact been used as an ingredient in culinary delicacies. Rosemary however is more associated with the crowning beauty. It is in fact a popular hair grower and an herbal plant designed to keep us from losing hair. It promotes a healthy scalp and strands.

 

He Shou Wu

He Shou Wu emanates from China. It is commonly used for cholesterol control and weight loss. It also serves as cure for insomnia, kidney and liver cancers and menstrual syndromes. He Shou Wu has properties designed to preserve the beauty of one?s hair. In fact, Chinese people, who are known to be highly dependent on herbs for their medicines, claim that He Shou Wu?s half-century old roots effectively preserve natural color of the hair and prevent hair from turning to gray or white. It also prevents our hair from thinning. More importantly, it helps maintain a healthy hair, free from hair loss even as testimonies of the ancient Chinese show that He Shou Wu promotes hair growth and re-growth.

 

Saw Palmetto
Stinging Nettle
Pumpkin
Siberian Ginseng
Bearberry
Muira Puama
Ginko Biloba
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Rosemary
He Shou Wu