Chinese pink hibiscus

The Chinese hibiscus plant is believed to have a role in treating hair loss and increasing its growth. The edible Chinese hibiscus flowers are used to make tea; These flowers help stimulate hair follicles, increase their volume, and increase hair growth.[1]

syrian hyacinth

The roots of the Syrian Hyacinth, or what is known as Jatamansi, can be used to increase the speed of hair growth, as it plays a role in increasing hair growth when it is lost as a result of exposure to chemotherapy.[1]

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a spice that is added to many foods, such as oats, toast bread, and coffee. Cinnamon helps blood flow to the hair follicles, and thus oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles.[2]

ginseng

Ginseng contains saponins, a substance that encourages hair growth by inhibiting enzymes responsible for hair loss in men.[1]

The navel of the earth

It is believed that the herb of the earth, or what is known as Gotu kola, increases the length of hair, and stimulates its growth by enhancing the activity of blood circulation in the scalp.[1]

the ring

Fenugreek is a popular spice that is added to many foods and desserts, and according to a 2006 study, fenugreek seeds improve hair volume and thickness.[1]

Brahman

The luminous bacobia herb, or what is known as Brahmi, helps prevent hair loss; The extract of this herb is added to many hair care oils, and it can also be used directly by massaging the scalp with it.[3]

sagebrush

Sage oil helps promote hair growth; It is used in Indian medicine to treat hair loss and increase its growth, by boiling it with coconut oil, and massaging the scalp with this mixture.[3]

Indian gooseberry

The Indian gooseberry helps to combat hair loss and promote its growth, by boiling its fruits with coconut oil, then placing the mixture on the scalp, in addition to using it in the manufacture of ointments for hair loss.[3]

the reviewer

  1. ^ a b c c Debra Wilson (23-10-2017), “19 Herbal Remedies for Hair Growth”, www.healthline.com, Retrieved 04-03-2019. Edited.
  2. ↑ Stephanie Gardner (02-28-2019), “Top 10 Foods for Healthy Hair”, www.webmd.com, Retrieved March 13-2019. Edited.
  3. ^ a b c Ashley Miller (07-18-2018), “Indian Herbs for Hair Growth”, www.livestrong.com, Retrieved March 13-2019. Edited.

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