Hair Loss Natural Remedy – Does One Exist?
A hair loss natural remedy is often the best solution where you are in doubt about the side effects of using any medicine. It could be that you’re pregnant and it could be that you believe in natural cures and that’s OK but what you should also realize that focusing on hair loss herbal remedies may possibly limit the effectiveness of treatment.
I am not putting a dampener on things I just want you to realize and ponder what I have said! Now the good news is that there are plenty of high quality, good natural hair loss home remedies out there – You just have to find one or more that’s going to do the job for you.
However I think it’s vital you know a little about what we have found out about what causes alopecia (baldness). This is important so as you can understand what it is you will need to look for when selecting the best natural hair loss remedy for you.
Alopecia is caused by a compound called DHT which collects in the hair follicles. This compound is created when the level of testosterone exceeds your bodies ability to balance it off with Estrogen (even men have Estrogen but much less than women!). The testosterone combines with an enzyme called 5 alpha reductase to form the DHT so therefore any natural remedy is going to have to target the higher levels of testosterone and block DHT from forming.
Now that we have the ‘science lesson’ out of the way we can start looking at what remedies are available and what the products are that may be suitable.
Research into naturally available compounds seem to consistently pick up on one in particular. Literally everywhere I search on the net this compound Saw Palmetto comes up as a good hair loss treatment ingredient. It has had solid reviews on both helping to stop hair loss and at the same time help regrow the hair. So this is definitely worth having as an ingredient in any hair loss natural remedy that you may choose.
There’s many a hair loss treatment product that doesn’t contain this compound and yet still seems to work however I am not sure as to how effective they are – possibly great for very mild cases of hair thinning but Procerin seems to be the leader of the pack for overall effectiveness.