Archive for the ‘Natural Treatments for Hair Loss’ Category

Prunella Vulgaris For Hair Loss

Prunella Vulgaris is a medicinal herb known also as common selfheal, Carpenter weed, Heart-of-the-earth, or heal-all. This medicinal herb is considered one of the Chinese herbs widely used in traditional folk medicines of many Asian nations. However, nowadays Prunella Vulgaris is very well known and used in Europe, and is highly valued for its numerous health benefits […]

Tips For Strengthening Your Hair

If your hair is too weak, grows to slowly or looks brittle, check out the tips below. They can offer you some effective and good natural solutions for strengthening your hair and possibly preventing hair loss. Never use too hot water for washing or rinsing your hair. Try using only warm water because too hot […]

Saw Palmetto Berry Tea For Hair Loss

Saw Palmetto berry tea is a wonderful natural product with numerous health benefits and therapeutic properties. It can be prepared from fresh or dried saw palmetto berries, it is a caffeine free herbal tea available for everyone. Saw Palmetto (Sereona repens) is a known and quite common medicinal herb which can be used to treat […]

Pygeum Tincture For Hair Loss

Pygeum is quite a unique and special herbal remedy which is actually a herbal preparation made from the bark of Red Stinkwood or  Iron Wood, known also as Prunus africana. This plant can be found in all the areas of Sub-Saharian Africa and Madagascar, as well as other southern regions of the world. Traditionally this amazing […]

Jerusalem Artichoke For Hair Loss

Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) is also known as topinambur, sunchoke, or sunshoot. It is a weed which is considered to be a medicinal herb with numerous therapeutic properties and health benefits. It is cultivated throughout the US, and can be found in wild habitat, especially in the central regions of the country. Historically, Jerusalem […]

Licorice And Hair Loss

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a known medicinal herb which is native to the Middle East, Europe and the southern areas of the US. It is a perennial plant from a family of legumes, with a great deal of therapeutic values and natural health benefits. It has been used since the times of ancient civilizations for […]