Nigella is a natural solution against hair loss

Hair loss can be treated !

There are several causes to hair loss: hormones, stress, aging, malnutrition… This article details these disorders and gives advice to limit hair loss by using natural means.

Tip 1: Use of plants

There are natural herbal remedies that nourish hair roots and optimize hair growth:

  • Rosemary is one of the most recommended herbs for hair growth. It prevents the early appearance of gray hair. Rinsing your hair daily with rosemary water stimulates the scalp and strengthens the hair.
  • Horsetail is rich in silica, an essential nutrient for strengthening Organic silica moisturizes and promotes elasticity and hair strength. It will therefore have anti-breakage and strengthening effects on the hair.
  • Nettle is a herbaceous plant that prevents hair loss and dandruff problems. Its high vitamin content (B, C, E) reduces the harmful effects of free radicals. It also regulates excessive sebum production (which makes hair greasy) and stimulates capillary blood circulation to give hair strength and shine. Thanks to its purifying virtues, it also tones the hair fiber, allowing the scalp to be oxygenated.
  • Curry is rich in nutrients, including beta-carotene, which reduces hair loss and stimulates hair Its leaves and essential oils nourish and rejuvenate hair tissue damaged by chemical use, excessive sun exposure and pollution. Curry also prevents the appearance of white hair.
  • Cinnamon stimulates blood flow to the hair follicles, which stimulates hair growth while fighting hair loss. It brings them density, hydration, and the antiseptic and antioxidant action of cinnamon prevents scalp diseases and eliminates bacteria and other microorganisms that promote hair loss. It is also used to naturally lighten hair.

Tip 2: Good nutrition

The application of external treatments can prevent hair loss and strengthen it, but it is important to nourish the hair from the inside. To do this, it is important to eat a diet rich in omega 3, proteins, iron, zinc, silicon, keratin and vitamins (especially vitamins A and C). The health of the hair depends above all on a good, diversified and balanced diet, associated with a healthy lifestyle.

Thus, among the foods that promote healthy hair, we can cite: fatty fish (salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel, etc… (salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel, etc.), wholemeal bread, eggs, lentils, broccoli and peppers.

For a good intake of zinc, we recommend consuming pumpkin seeds, fresh oysters, Brazil nuts, and eggs (from organic farming). Silicon is also an essential micronutrient and is provided by whole grains, fruits and vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables.

Tip 3: Use of vegetable oils and butters

Hair is like the human body: it can also feel and reflect signs of poor hydration and malnutrition.

Oils (blackseed, coconut, avocado, castor) and vegetable butters (mango, shea) are effective in nourishing and moisturizing the hair and preventing hair loss.

All hair types, even oily ones, can be treated with oils. There can be a fear of making oily hair more greasy by using oils, which are themselves called “greasy”. However, certain (“dry”) oils will help regulate the excess sebum that causes it.

Among the oils with numerous virtues and providing considerable benefits to the hair, we can cite:

  • Blackseed oil: It is an oil whose composition is incomparable. It contains essential amino acids, unsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid and gamma linolenic acid: omega 3 and 6), minerals and vitamins. Its richness in nutrients allows it to fight against hair loss and baldness, stimulate hair growth, fight against dandruff and white hair, give suppleness and shine to hair. Black cumin oil is therefore a treatment of choice to naturally improve the health of your hair.

Here are some methods of use and application:

  1. Put some black cumin seed oil in the palm of your hand and rub your hands together to warm it up
  2. Then, massage your scalp, insisting on the areas that need it
  3. Cover the entire surface of the scalp with oil and cover the hair from roots to ends.
  4. Let it work for 30 minutes to 1 hour
  5. Rinse with shampoo

This routine can be done 2 to 3 times a week for good effectiveness.

  • Coconut oil is one of the few oils that can penetrate the scalp. Thus, it intensely nourishes the hair. It allows a good hydration of the hair and to mitigate the capillary problems due to the exposure to the sun, pollution and chemical cosmetics.
  • Olive oil contains antioxidants that help fight hair loss.
  • Castor oil contains nutrients that nourish and strengthen hair, resulting in healthy and rapid growth. It also contains ricinoleic acid, which acts as an antibacterial and antifungal agent ideal for preventing scalp. In the evening, apply castor oil in a circular massage on the entire scalp and leave it on overnight.
  • Jojoba oil does not penetrate the hair, but it “seals” the hair follicles, traps water, prevents root dryness and sebum. To enjoy its benefits, you can add jojoba oil (⅛) to your shampoo

Mohamed Lammou

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