Men’s Hair Loss Natural Remedies

Hair loss, also called male pattern baldness, comes from aging in men. Men can start losing hair as soon as they reach puberty but typically it happens from the Man with hairlossage of seventeen and older. Men can have hair loss from the front of the head, where the hair recedes (receding hairline) or in the pattern
of a circle atop the head.

It is caused by hormones turning from testosterone to dihydrotestosterone which destroys the hair permanently. It is basically a hormone issue influenced by the foods we eat.

How modern medicine treats male pattern baldness: They often use topical chemicals that produce marginal hair and must be used indefinitely or the hair falls out. (What a great marketing tool.) It also has side effects such as testicular pain. (Sex appeal has its price!)  Other strategies include hair implants which may have various results.

Michio Kushi, in his book of Oriental Diagnosis claims that hair loss in men is a result of an improper diet. This is not surprising since the typical American diet is either too much animal protein rich or there is too much sugar or even both. This is very evident to typical teenagers or young adults. This is very evident in typical teenagers or young adults. Thus, it is important to have a balanced diet.

He further asserts that frontal hair los is from an overconsumption of sugar and is usually related to intellectual individuals.

The monks-cap look comes from excessive salt and a “meat and potatoes” diet, including those who are blue collar workers (those who work with their hands).

 

Herbs for Men’s Hair Loss

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

European tradition uses a tea of Stinging Nettle roots washed into the scalp before bed every night for male pattern baldness.

Other herbs used internally balance hormone levels as they are important for hair and sexual function. Some research maintains that Saw Palmetto taken daily prevents testosterone from being converted to dihydrotestosterone. It is also useful for enlarged prostates. Suggested use is 320mg of the extract.

Sarsaparilla may also prove important to maintain healthy testosterone levels.


Cell Salts to Help Men’s Hair Loss

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#2 Calc phos 6X – sweating on head with bald spots
#7 Kali sulph 6X – moist, sticky yellow dandruff with bald spots
#9 Nat mur 6X – dry hair and hair loss and greasy scalp at hairline


Men’s Hair Loss Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

The following homeopathics are for hair loss from the forehead and top of the head:

Hair loss from FOREHEAD – deep thinkers, sugar cravings

Arsenicum album – hair loss; sensitive head to open air; scalp itches; early graying; circular patches; restlessness; perfectionists.

Belladonna – with inflammation problems; head sensitive to air and cold; hair splits, is dry and falls out; desire to escape.

Hepar sulph – very sensitive to moving air; tendency to skin ulcerations; skin problems; irritability; cold sweat on head.

Mercurius vivus – scalp tense; sensitivity to temperature; may have enlarged tonsils or glands.

Natrum mur – with dry hair and greasy hairline; from grief or disappointed love, consolation aggravates; will not cry in front of others.

Phosphorus – falling of hair in bunches or spots; itching of scalp, dandruff; very sensitive, respiratory problems or results of anesthesia poisoning.

Silica – premature baldness with skin problems, weak fingernails, and body is cold; lacks grit.

Hair loss from TOP OF HEAD – blue collar types, meat and potatoes man

Baryta carb – hair falls out, baldness on vertex; with enlarged tonsils; shy person.

Graphites –hair matted, brittle or falling; burning on top of head; eczema with yellow discharges.

Lycopodium – hair falls, becomes gray early; premature baldness after abdominal problems; dandruff with liver and digestive problems; person feels worse 4 to 8 pm.

Thuja – greasy skin; white scaly dandruff; hair dry, split, and falls out; tendency to warts or abnormal growths; symptoms worse in cold dampness.

Zincum met – with a tendency to muscle cramps, fidgety feet; forehead cold, back of head warm; hair brittle, head sensitive; sensitive to noise; forgetful.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Dry Hair Natural Remedies

Dry brittle hair can break easily. Causes of dry hair include a lack of iron, zinc, or omega fatty acids. Also, dry hair can be caused by lice, fungus. Rarely dry hair comes from a thyroid problem (weight gain, sore leg muscles, exhaustion, thickened skin). It can also be caused by birth control pills, anti-seizure medications or steroids. Modern medicine has few answers.

Natural perspectives for dry hair come from a nutritional deficiency and can be corrected by zinc, iron (if low), or omega fatty acids. It can also be poor hormonal health. Always clean up the diet and remove tobacco, alcohol, coffee, black tea, and sodas.

 

Herbs for Dry Hair

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

Burdock – herb for dry hair to cleanse the blood.

Horsetail – for kidney health and silica for hair strength.

Nettles – great herb for dry hair, rich in minerals, is anti-inflammatory, and reduces allergy symptoms.

Sarsaparilla – blood purification, hormonal issues.

Vitex – herb for dry hair giving hormonal support, especially for those with endometriosis, and depression in women.


Cell Salts to Help with Dry Hair

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#3 Calc sulph 6X – general detoxification
#9 Nat mur 6X – dryness in general, and especially the hair
#12 Silicea 6X – connective tissue support


Dry Hair Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

Calc carb – dry hair with sweating head, itching scalp, hair falling.

Kali carb – severely dry hair, hair falls out around temples.

Nat mur – dry hair and can fall out from anorexia (nutritional problems) or grief.

Phosphorus – oversensitive, clammy, sweaty head, severe dandruff, itching scalp, hair falling in large spots.

Sepia – hair falls out at menopause. Hair roots sensitive to combing. Dry hair with hormonal problems. Avoids sex.

Sulphur – dry head, scalp itching, burning. Sweaty scalp. Hair dry, falling out, worse form washing and heat.

Thuja – with white scaly dandruff. Dry hair, splits and falls out. Greasy skin.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

Hair Loss in Women Natural Remedies

Hair loss in women is usually in the form of androgen alopecia where there is too much testosterone in relation to estrogen. The hair is thinning.

woman-hairlossHair loss in women may be due to a weak thyroid. Sometimes women lose hair after childbirth because they don’t lose hair at the normal rate during pregnancy. But after having a baby, women will seem to lose more hair than average; this will calm down after a short time. If this is not the case, hair loss may be due to PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). PCOS is excessive androgen causing either excessive hair (Hirsutism) or hair loss. Both may be from the same basic cause.

Medical perspective is to suppress androgens with Spirolactone or other medications and artificial sex hormones. They may even recommend topical hair gain methods which are expensive and must be used continuously or you lose the hair. There is toxicity and many side effects while not treating the cause for real cure.

Natural perspective on hair loss in women is to treat the causes such as hormonal imbalances (excessive androgens, a weak thyroid, not enough nutrition, and even stress). This can be very successful with many benefits (mental, physical, emotional and no toxicity). Take a combination of the herbs, cell salts, and homeopathics for best effect.

Diet and Supplements: Take a high-quality whole food vitamin for extra nutrition. You should have at least 100 grams of protein a day to maintain structural integrity and hair health. Make a smoothie with extra protein each day. Essential fatty acids such as fish oils, olive oil and primrose oil strengthen the structural integrity of the hair roots. Use evening primrose oil at 1300 to 1500 mg a day for skin and hair health (may affect menstrual cycle). Stop smoking, alcohol, coffee black tea, sodas and processed foods.

 

Herbs for Hair Loss in Women

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

Use a combination of the following herbs in capsule, powder or tincture for maximum benefit, and adjust as your condition improves. Therapeutic dose is equal to one capsule of each herb 2 times a day or 1 liquid dropper full of an herbal tincture 2 times a day.

Vitex – to balance hormones and reduce androgens that cause hair loss.

Saw palmetto (raw herb or extract but not a concentrated extract) – reduces androgens and support the urinary tract.

Eleutherococcus – to support the adrenal glands, reduce androgens. It is a superb adaptogen to benefit the endocrine system.

Bladderwrack – to nourish the thyroid with naturally occurring iodine and the many trace minerals from the sea.


Cell Salts to Help with Hair Loss in Women

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#6 Kali phos 6X – to support nerves to help reduce stress
#7 Kali sulph 6X – reduce androgens, hormone support


Women’s Hair Loss Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

Ignatia – cries easily but more often sighs to get rid of stress; stress is from grief or loss.

Pulsatilla – cries easily when stressed; wants to be held, can be whiny; interest in sex is moderate to high.

Sepia – for thinning hair in women where they feel exhausted; wants to be by their self; shouts when stressed; disinterested in sex, may have prolapsed vagina.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

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