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Baldness Aid - Vitamins, Minerals and Herbs

Here are some vitamins for your hair:


Vitamin A Good for over-all health, this vitamin lubricates the hair root keeping it properly nourished. This makes the hair follicles healthier too. Green leafy vegetables, eggs and liver are only some of the food that are rich in vitamin A.


Vitamin B Among all the other vitamins, vitamin B helps hair the most. It doesn’t build up on the body and it is also water-soluble. This vitamin helps prevent hair from graying prematurely, increases blood circulation to the scalp, stops hair loss and best of all it helps regrow hair! Vitamin B can be found in nutritional yeast, fresh fruits, whole grains, soy beans, fish, meat, turkey, milk, peas, cauliflower, beans, carrots, and nuts.


Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that has been associated in recent times to hair loss; not getting enough biotin from one’s daily diet could spell potential disaster to your hairline.


Vitamin C This very popular vitamin is used in preventing colds. But do you know that it also improves blood circulation and absorption of other nutrients that your hair needs? Eat those citrus fruits, pineapples, tomatoes, red and green peppers so you can load up on this nutrient.


Vitamin E Some shampoos claim to contain vitamin E that helps hair shine. But aside from that, this vitamin works wonders in hair loss. Since it promotes blood circulation just like vitamins B and C and increases the oxygen content that is carried by the blood, this vitamin makes more nutrients available to hair follicles so it grows longer and also stronger.


Omega 3 Fatty Acids are unsaturated acids that are formed as a byproduct of the body’s inability to process or synthesize n-3 fatty acids.



“Anyone can easily get vitamins from the food they eat. But if you are hair conscious you can watch what you eat and take in more of those foods that are packed with the nutrients that you will need.”









Herbs make food tastier but it is not only rich in taste, it is rich in nutrients too. Here are some to name a few:


Saw Palmetto This herb is one of the most popular alternatives for hair loss treatment. It lowers down Dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, which is known to cause pattern baldness. This way it slows down the loss of hair and helps hair to regrow.


Nettle Root Since hormone imbalance is known as the leading cause of natural hair loss, the extract of nettle root will be really helpful because it helps balance hormone production.


Gotu Kola This herb helps heal wounds faster and relieves skin irritations too. It also encourages skin, hair and collagen growth.


Apple Polyphenols are rich in vitamin B2, C1 and B3; these are required in the growth of healthy hair.




Jojoba Oil

Dong Quai

Red Pepper

Green Tea

Aloe Vera


Zinc This vitamin helps maintain good health by enhancing the immune system of a person’s body. It is also helpful in maintaining muscles. It fights skin problems which help you keep more hair. Some food that are rich in zinc are: oysters, shellfish, liver, cashew nuts and parmesan cheese.








** Eating herbs and taking in vitamins or minerals will surely make your hair healthy. But this should be taken in moderation because excessive intake of vitamins also has its negative effects especially if you choose to take in synthetic vitamins.   

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Aromatherapy And Essential Oils : A recent test conducted by Scottish researchers and published in the Archives of Dermatology only confirmed the effectiveness of aromatherapy in treating hair loss.