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Hair Loss Problem? Natural Ways to Regrow Your Hair.

Hair loss (alopecia) can affect just your scalp or your
entire body. It can be the result of heredity, certain
medications or an underlying medical condition.
 Anyone — men, women and children — can
experience hair loss.

  Onion and garlic: The element sulphur increases the production of
collagen which in turn helps the hair to grow. Onion
and garlic are rich sources of sulphur and this explains
 why they have been used in traditional medicines
for
regrowth of hair.

Tip: Chop the onion into fine pieces and squeeze the juice out. Apply to the scalp and
 leave on for about 15 minutes, then rinse with a mild
shampoo. Crush a few cloves of garlic, add in a little
coconut oil and boil for a few minutes. When this mix
 cools down to feel warm to the touch, apply it on the
scalp with a little massaging action. Repeat this treatment two to three times a week for best results.

   Coconut: When it comes to caring for your hair, coconut
 provides a host of ingredients that naturally condition
 and promote growth of hair. The milk of the coconut
contains proteins, essential fats and minerals such as
potassium and iron; using it regularly can reduce the
breakage of hair. Coconut oil also carries the same rich ingredients and it helps to make the hair stronger
right from the root, through the shaft to the tip.
Regular use of this oil to massage the scalp has a
 protective action against hair loss.  tip: Grate coconut and squeeze out the milk by mixing in a little water. Apply this to the
specific area where you notice thinning or balding.
Allow to stay overnight and the next morning, rinse
 off with water.
 Henna: Known for long as a natural hair colour and
conditioner in the Asian countries. Henna has a major
role to play in strengthening hair. When combined
 with mustard oil, it works even better.

Tip: Take about 250 ml of mustard oil in a tin can; add in about 60 g of washed and dried
henna leaves. Boil the mixture until the leaves get
totally burnt and then filter the oil using muslin cloth.
Cool and store the oil in an air tight container and use it
to massage hair on a regular basis. Some people also use a hair renewal pack that
 consists of 1 cup of the dry powder of henna leaves
mixed with half a cup of curd. Apply this to the hair
 and allow to dry, and then wash with cool water and
 a mild shampoo. If you desire beautiful hair.
  Hibiscus:  Coconut oil and hibiscus are the secrets to the thick
mane of hair we observe in people living in Kerala,
India. Hibiscus has rejuvenating properties – it
 nourishes hair, prevents premature greying and also
helps cure dandruff. Regular use of the flowers can
help prevent hair loss too.
Tip: Crush a few flowers of hibiscus and mix with sesame oil or coconut oil to make a fine
paste. Apply this to the scalp and hair, leave on for a
few hours and then rinse with cool water and a mild
shampoo. Amla Packed with vitamin C and rich in antioxidants, amla is
 the perfect solution for most hair loss woes. Besides
 applying to the scalp, it is also helpful to consume it on
a regular basis because the vitamin C is good for your
body.
Crush the amla fruit to extract a juice or buy the amla powder available at an herbal
store. Add 2 teaspoons of the juice or the powder into
an equal quantity of the juice freshly squeezed from a
lime. Mix well, apply to the scalp and leave it to dry;
then rinse using warm water.
  Egg: Eggs are another rich source of sulphur; they also
contain a lot of protein and minerals such as selenium,
iodine, phosphorus, iron and zinc. This makes it an
 excellent promoter of hair re growth especially when
combined with olive oil.

Tip: Take the white of one egg and mix in a teaspoon of olive oil. Beat to give a paste-like
consistency and apply to the entire scalp and hair.
Keep it on for about 15 to 20 minutes and then rinse
with cool water and a mild shampoo.

  Often, hair loss may be the result of a faulty diet or even improper care of the hair.  Make sure you eat a
healthy and balanced diet that provides your body
with all essential nutrients. Also, take care to avoid
the use of harsh chemicals on your hair. Substitute mild herbal shampoos for the ones
that contain synthetic compounds and make it a point
 to massage your hair with oil. With the right hair care
 regimen and the regular use of herbal remedies, you
are sure to see an improvement in your hair
condition.

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