Hair loss is a condition that is plaguing many individuals, as you would expect,
there are literally thousands of alterative solutions, medicines and treatments available.
If you are looking for something that is truly effective, then you should consider
using all natural treatments. These organic ingredients tend to provide the most
effective treatments and also deliver the fastest results.
The best thing about them is that they are all natural and causes no harmful side
effects. The only concerns are natural body allergies to certain products. Aside
from that, there are fewer worries to consider when taking organic treatments. Unlike
medicines, organic alternatives are safe to take as these natural treatments do not
have any side effects.
Synthetic medication, on the other hand, tends to clash when taken together. For
hair loss many people have tried and tested rosemary extract as an organic treatment
product and have achieved successful results.
What Is Rosemary?
Rosemary is an herb that is commonly found in the Mediterranean. It is usually green
in color and is used as a spice for dishes. The rosemary plants have evergreen leaves
and have flowers that bloom during summer. In warmer climates, rosemary is known
to bloom all year round. As a spice, rosemary is bitter and slightly tangy herb that
helps subdues foods with very strong flavour.
Rosemary is known to be high in iron, calcium and most importantly vitamin B6. As
a treatment, the rosemary extract is often used, but care has to be taken when using
rosemary as the herb can turn toxic and lethal in high dosage.
As stated, rosemary is an excellent source of vitamin B6. While rosemary has traditionally
been used to treat Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s disease, it has also found modern
use as a powerful anti oxidant. In terms of hair care, anti oxidants and vitamin
B6 help keep the scalp strong and healthy.
Hair tends to be stronger and thicker with high amounts of vitamin B6. Anti oxidants
on the other hand maintain the hair follicles. By applying rosemary to your scalp,
you will be able to ward off hair loss. The most important contribution of rosemary
to hair growth is to the quality of hair itself, this is rosemary’s direct effect
on hair follicles.
How To Use Rosemary?
To create a rosemary treatment against falling hair, simply prepare dried rosemary
• To dry the leaves, store the leaves without the stems in a container overnight.
It is important to use dry leaves as wet leaves may grow molds.
• Once dried, the leaves are to be soaked in grapeseed oil on a pot.
• Slowly heat the pot for three hours over low fire; this will cause the oil to absorb
the nutrient of the rosemary. Be sure to keep the heat low to avoid cooking the rosemary.
• Strain the oil mixture and transfer to a container.
• Allow the oil to sit overnight away from direct sunlight.
• Once the mixture is ready, you can use the oil directly on your scalp.
This is to be done while showering as you massage the oil deep into the roots of
the hair and the scalp. Afterwards, simply rinse off the oil. You may do this daily