Have you ever wanted to grow your hair but did not know what products would work? Home remedies have been found useful in case of loss of hair or hair thinning.
The seeds of lime and black pepper seeds, ground to get a fine paste, is one of the valuable remedies. This paste applied on the patches of thinned hair, has mildly irritant action. This increases blood circulation in the affected area and stimulates hair growth. The paste should be applied twice a day for a few weeks. Another useful remedy for hair loss is the paste of liquorice (mulethi) made by grinding the pieces in milk with a pinch of saffron. This paste should be applied over the bald patches at night before going to bed.
One of the most effective among these remedies is a vigorous rubbing of the scalp with fingers after washing the hair with cold water. The scalp should be rubbed vigorously until it starts to tingle with the heat. It will activate the pores and energize the circulation of blood in the affected area, making the hair grow healthy.
The juice of alfalfa (lucerne) in combination with carrot and lettuce juice, taken daily also helps the growth of hair to a remarkable extent. The combination of these juices is rich in elements which are particularly useful for the growth of hair.
Amla oil, prepared by boiling dry pieces of amla in coconut oil, is considered a valuable hair tonic for enriching hair growth. A mixture of equal quantity of fresh amla juice and lime juice used as a shampoo stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss.
Finally, I’d recommend the Emu Oil, the Lavendar Oil, and Peppermint Oil. The Emu Oil comes straight from the emu animal and penetrates seven layers of skin. When applying the Emu Oil, be sure to add about ten drops of the Lavendar Oil and ten drops of the Peppermint Oil. Mixing the Emu Oil with the two essential oils stimulates hair growth at a much faster rate. With application of the oils three times a week by massaging it into your scalp, results will start to show rapidly!