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Are you tired of all the expensive shampoos that promise hair growth in just a few weeks and the results are delayed?
Try one of these 8 natural methods!
Burdock root oil
Also, burdock oil provides natural phytosterols and essential fatty acids that strengthen the root of the hairline and prevent it from thinning and falling.
Lavender Oil / Lavender Water
Lavender oil has been used for centuries to prevent baldness and to stimulate hair growth due to strong antibacterial agents that soothe and cure scalp infections. Lavender oil is also effective against dandruff and adds hair volume.
If you have a plant, you can do the following: put a few lavender branches in a glass container and cover with extra virgin olive oil. Leave it in a cool and dark place for 3-4 weeks, then use the resultant oil daily for scalp massage. Apply and leave overnight and in the morning, wash the hair with a soft, organic shampoo.
You can also use lavender water (boil a small amount of water, add a few lavender branches, and allow to cool for 20 minutes, then cool the contents). Apply on your washed hair just like rinse water. This will give a pleasant hair fragrance and unmatched gloss.
Saw Palmetto, or Serenoa repens as this medicinal plant is known, may have beneficial effects for those who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia, baldness and other problems associated with excess DHT (male hormone), according to numerous studies. It can be found in the form of ointment, capsules, tinctures or teas.
Wheat germ, Aloe Vera and Coconut milk
Mix ¼ cup of wheat germ with ¼ cup of aloe vera and ¼ cup of coconut milk and use it just like a shampoo.
In particular, the scalp is massaged, thus opening the pores that have been previously blocked by sebum and other substances, which will allow them to open and allow the hair follicles to grow freely. Other popular remedies are emu oil, rosemary and mustard oil.
It has been used for centuries to promote hair growth and delay the appearance of white hair, but also for its excellent ability to stimulate blood circulation in the scalp.
Boil some rosemary leaves and rinse your hair daily with the resulting water. This method is ideal for preserving the natural hair color.
A few drops of this oil applied on the scalp by massage will help promote hair growth. Remember, however, that the mint oil can be irritating to the scalp, so dilute it beforehand as follows: 3 drops of mint oil with 3 tablespoons of water.
It has been used for hundreds of years by American Indians to hydrate and grow hair. Apply only a few drops to the roots and leave for a few minutes to work, then rinse abundantly with lukewarm water.
Jojoba oil is hypoallergenic and does not affect the structure of the hair or scalp skin. Another product used by amerindians is aloe vera, which, besides the hair growth stimulating effect, has excellent moisturizing properties.
This plant helps to block the production of DHT hormones responsible for thinning and hair loss, and for spectacular results it is advisable to combine it with Serenoa repens.
Although the nettle can be found mainly in capsule form, it can also be prepared in the house: fresh nettle leaves are covered with olive oil and kept in a glass jar for 2-3 weeks after which the scalp is massaged with this resulting refreshing oil. No wonder many shampoos have this plant as the main ingredient.