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Hair Loss Products for Men and Women

Published on 3/25/2017
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Regrow Hair Protocol  Home remedies are natural methods proven to work against hair loss when the proper time is spent using them. Ayurvedic remedies are amongst the most popular ones for those who have lost hair. What makes them work so well?

Ayurvedic remedies target specific body types of individuals who are experiencing thinning hair. There are many that you can use to your advantage to really boost the growth of your hair. I've personally used them for some time now and my results have been nothing but phenomenal.

One remedy that works well for regrowing hair faster is the use of mustard seed oil. If you are to regrow your hair you need nutrients like calcium, omega 3, omega 6, protein and antioxidants. Mustard seed oil contains all of those nutrients and when it is massaged into the scalp, it really works to stimulate the growth of new hair.

However it's not mustard seed oil by itself that makes it work so well. You can add henna leaves to the process as well. Just boil a cup of mustard seed oil with half a cup of henna leaves. Allow them to boil in a pot for about 15 minutes, then strain the henna leaves away from the mustard oil. From there you can now massage the mustard oil into your scalp, working it down to your roots with your fingertips.

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