Onions for Hair Fall: An Inexpensive Way to Promote Hair Growth

 

Here are some tips

1. A mouthful of amla and aloe vera juice first thing in the morning

.2. Two teaspoon flaxseeds everyday.

3. Hair wash at least thrice a week   including oiling (once a week), followed by a hair pack/wrap, shampooing, conditioning and applying serum).

4. At least two litres of water everyday.

5. Combing properly, only wooden comb.

6. Including green tea, nuts, dry fruits and green leafy vegetables in my regular diet; less of caffeine.

7. Ditching hair styling products completely, also hair colouring, ironing, etc.

8. Using only mild, herbal products; no cosmetics.

Onion for Hair-loss

Onion belongs to the Allium family and is very rich in sulfur-containing compounds that are responsible for its pungent odour and health-promoting properties. Polyphenols are one of the largest categories of phytonutrients in food and the highest content of it is found in onions! A wide variety of allyl sulfides are found in onion, including the four major diallyl sulfides.

Methylsulfonylmethane is a highly absorbable source of sulfur, found abundantly in onions especially in its outer layers. It facilitates the formation of keratin for hair, resulting in hair growth. It also helps a great deal in autoimmune conditions of hair loss like Alopecia Aereata.

Onion juice can be mixed with crushed methi seed powder and kept overnight with honey. Apply it on dry scalp, or mixed with olive oil for normal scalp. It can also be applied for focal hair loss patches.



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