Hair Loss

√ Amazing Homeopathic medicine combination that activates hair follicle , regrow hair and stop further hairloss, Try it and Make Possible to impossible for bald head

If you have tired after using many products available in the market and
you’ve tried every potion and pill to promote hair growth or prevent the loss
of those luscious locks?  But your result
always been Zero, Think again—and think natural. A Home made homeopathic
medicine Mother tincture Combination that could save your hair  and 
Regrow hair on your bald head again.

Let’s us share Remedies and method through that you will really achieve
the thing that you seem to be impossible for your hair

Things you need from Homeopathy store

1.      
Thuja Q

2.      
Sabal Ser Q

3.      
Arniqa Q

Things you need from Market store

1.Pure Rose Water

2.Empty Spray Bottle

Detailed Remedy Overview that you will use in Combination

1.Arnica Montana for the Hair:

Dandruff treatment:

Arnica removes dirt, excess oil and sebum from the scalp, thus providing
you a dandruff free scalp with a natural shine. It also prevents rough and
tangled hair and makes the hair soft and manageable.

For hair loss:

Using arnica extract on your scalp rejuvenates it and makes the hair
follicles more active, thus helping the hair to grow thick and healthy, without
falling off prematurely. The homoeopathic shampoo Arnica Montana is a
combination of arnica with calendula and jaborandi. It gives you a soft hair
that is easy to manage.

The anti inflammatory properties on arnica make it a good
product for hair care

2.Thuja Orientalis for the Hair:

“Thuja Orientalis”, but nicknamed “Thuja O”, the
extract originates from a variety of evergreen tree native to East Asia. In
fact, Thuja O is already a common baldness and hair loss treatment in the
region. That success overseas led researchers, reporting in BMC
Complimentary and Alternative Medicine
, to examine Thuja O in a laboratory
setting. After evaluating Thuja O extract on mice, the team found that the
product elicited quicker hair growth, along with thicker and more plentiful
strands, compared to hair growth in a group treated with minoxidil (a common
hair loss treatment) as well as a control group.

Of course, an animal test won’t necessarily translate to humans—and
research into Thuja O is still in its early stages, experts caution. But if
you’re up for giving the extract a shot yourself, several products, including Renokin
Hair Revitalizing Shampoo
and Essential Dreams Cedar Shampoo,
already include Thuja O. 

There are also plenty of steps you can take to thwart hair loss that
don’t involve products. Experts recommend using the cool setting on hair
dryers, and minimizing your use of flat irons or hair dye. A diet revamp might
also help: Foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon and walnuts, seem to
keep hair healthy. And, of course, trying talking to your doctor—several conditions,
including anemia and thyroid disease, can contribute to hair loss.

Proven results: Homeopathic remedies such as Thuja Occidentalis or Sabal
Serrulata
have been used for treating hair loss in homeopathy for over a
100 years. International clinical studies have proven that the two homeopathic
remedies are natural dihydrotestosterone (DHT)-inhibitors, i.e., they can
control hair loss caused by DHT, the primary trigger — without side-effects.
Mind-body medicine:  Homeopathy treats not only the physical complaints,
but also targets the mind and gently restores mind-body equilibrium — thus, it
treats patients as a ‘whole’. This makes it an excellent solution for hair
problems related to the mind, such as stress-related patchy hair loss (alopecia
areata), hair-pulling disorder (trichotillomania), or stress-induced massive
hair shedding.
Verified by studies: A study conducted in Scotland revealed that 90 percent
of patients with patchy hair loss opted for homeopathy as the first choice of
treatment. Homeopathy actually helps to slow down the progression of the bald
patches and fill them up with new hair. A complete recovery is possible in most
cases.
A study conducted in-house at Dr.Batra’s on 1.9 lakh patients taking
treatment for hair loss has shown ‘improvement’ in 94.1 percent of patients;
‘no change’ in 4.3 percent of patients; and, ‘not better in spite of treatment’
in 1.6 percent of patients. These figures are in conformity with authenticated
survey results, published by reputed external sources such as A C Nielsen and
American Quality Assessors — a validation no other healthcare group in the area
of hair loss treatment can show, or match. You should also know about acupressure
points for healthy hair growth.

3.Saw palmetto for the Hair:

Saw palmetto, also known as Sabal serrulata is a small palm
tree which grows wildly on the Atlantic coast of Florida and Georgia. The
active ingredients are found in the dark red and black berries of the plant.

ver a period of time, Saw palmetto became increasingly popular in
treating variety of ailments ranging from benign prostate enlargement to hair
loss. In many parts of Europe and North America, Sabal serrulata is accepted as
an alternative herbal remedy in the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement
(BPH).

How Does Saw Palmetto Work For Hair Loss?

Saw palmetto for hair loss has become relatively popular herbal
treatment. The typical male pattern baldness covers most of the upper scalp and
the temple area.

The disorder is also called androgenic alopecia.
Saw palmetto is believed to act well and prevent hair loss in such condition.

Even though the exact mechanism of its action in preventing the hair loss
is not known, the ingredients in Saw palmetto are believed to block an Enzyme
called 5-alpha-reductase which is responsible for converting the male hormone
testosterone to Dihydrotestosterone (DTH). DTH is said to be the triggering
cause for initiating male pattern baldness and benign prostate hypertrophy.

Studies have shown the potential of Saw palmetto in inhibiting the
formation of (DHT), a hormone that is responsible for triggering benign
prostatic enlargement. The liposerolic ingredient present in saw palmetto is
said to be anti androgenic. However, there is no satisfactory data and clinical
trial.

The effectiveness in controlling hair loss is based on anecdotal
evidence. Saw palmetto oil extract is obtained by cold extraction of the
berries. It is mixed with olive oil. When applied on the hairs, it may revive
hair follicles and improve the strength of the hair, thus it helps to combat
alopecia. It can also reverse the hair loss.

A person can consume the dietary supplement as well as apply the Saw
palmetto oil extract on the scalp so that the assimilated ingredients can
penetrate deep inside the hair follicle.

4.Rose Water:


Take 100% pure rose water from market

5.Empty Spray Bottle/Jar:

 Take a good Quality Empty spray Bottle from market

Side-effects
of homeopathy ?

None. No side-effects have been recorded or reported so far. Homeopathic
medicines are free from side-effects. Not only do homeopathic remedies reduce
hair loss, but they also protect the body from harmful effects (such as
decreased libido, ejaculation problems) that are common with conventional drugs
used for hair loss.

Proceedure to Prepare Solution for Hair

The  procedure is very
simple

Mix all these following mother tincture into ratio Each

1.      
 Thuja Q               :1 Ratio

2.      
Sabal Ser Q          :1 Ratio

3.      
Arniqa Q               :1 Ratio

After then Take Rose Water in ratio Nine(: 9 Ratio) and mix
it in above Remedy and fill all the solution in Empty Spray and now your
solution for hair has been ready to use

How to use solution?

You can use   solution on your hair and scalp two times in
the morning and evening without any side effect for a long time, you can
prepare according to your need for one month or two months. After continue
using for 3 to 6 months you will se ea great change in your hair.


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You can follow a few hair hygiene tips to make your hair less likely to fall out: Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hair - Avoid high-heat hair styling tools - Don't chemically treat or bleach your hair - Use a shampoo that's mild and suited for your hair - Use a soft brush made from natural fibers - Try low-level light therapy.

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