Why herbal remedies are more effective in alopecia treatment

Hair had long been an indicator of both social and professional status - it is associated with youthfulness and beauty in women and masculinity and virility in men. Loss of hair, untimely greying of hair and poor scalp health may result into psychological stress among people who are generally otherwise healthy.

Another condition that people in middle age groups face is Alopecia areata. This condition is popularly known as spot baldness. Few bald spots on the scalp, about the size of a coin is the outcome of autoimmune disorder.

When you have autoimmune disease, your own immune system attacks your body. With Alopecia areata, it’s the hair follicles that are attacked. Since no known cure is proved truly successful yet, treatment of Alopecia may require a large amount of trial and error. And because for some, hair loss may still get worse, it becomes much more important to adopt practices that don't have side effects.

While injections filled with steroids and generic drugs like cortisone that one can take orally, are some of the available treatments. But these come with certain degrees of risks. These options are required to be discussed with a doctor and there are no certainties that they will prevent new hair loss from occurring.

There are some oral immunosuppressants also available as alternate options but they can’t be used for a long time due to severe health risks associated with them including high blood pressure and kidney damage. Some people with alopecia areata choose alternative remedies and claim good results.

Saw Palmetto is one such remedy to treat hair losses.It’s a plant with small berries that has been used by Native Americans as medicine. Extract of Saw Palmetto berries enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT, a molecule responsible for hair loss.

In a pilot study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2002, a group of males having alopecia showed a highly positive response to treatment with Saw Palmetto. While capsules of Saw Palmetto require doctor’s consultation, Saw Palmetto oil  is safe for usage without any medical consultation.

Another popular all-natural ‘panacea’ is castor oil which has conditioning qualities that improves the flexibility of the hair fiber. Castor oil is a vegetable oil that comes from the seeds of castor beans.It contains moisturizing fats apart from having inflammatory and anti-fungal benefits. Another organic extract that has soothing and anti-inflammatory abilities is Stinging nettle. It is rich in vitamins and minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron and amino acids which helps in combating alopecia while promoting hair regrowth. Lavender oil is another natural remedy that helps in inducing growth and overcoming baldness.

Studies show that in conjunction with Saw Palmetto and stinging nettle, hair regrowth is intensified. A promising name in the field of hair treatment that uses natural and safer ingredients without any side effects is HAIRMETTO. Outcome of many months of research it is realizing hopes of many from the last many years.

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