Natural Treatment For Hair Loss and Baldness

Let me start out by saying that this is a topic that is very near and dear to me as I have been on a journey to find out what actually works to stop hair loss and grow hair. I'm fairly young and my hair has been steadily "receding". As you may know this is not something one looks forward too! What I found was a couple of natural ways to grow hair and the primary cause. I found that Alopecia Areata to be a hair loss condition that causes someone to have round patches of baldness very quickly. Even though the actual cause of alopecia areata is not currently known in some cases it can be linked to people who suffer from autoimmune diseases. However, even people that are in good health can suffer from it. Approximately 20% that develop it will be because of family history. Luckily for most people that suffer with alopecia areata there hair will normally grow itself back in a year or so without it ever having to be treated. In this article we will go over some of the natural treatment for hair loss and baldness which have been shown to be effective in treating the problems in the studies being carried out.

A few essential oils

In the double blind place controlled study that was transported the team examined the use of a combination of assorted essential oils and placebo oil on 86 individuals who were suffering from alopecia areata. The mixture was made of thyme, rosemary, lavender and cedarwood essential oils which were mixed with carrier oils of jojoba and grapeseed. The mixture would then be applied to the scalp daily and it was the control group who only used the carrier oil for their daily massage.

The test went on for a total of 7 months and after this time 19 of the 43 people (44%) who had been using the essential oil blend showed any improvement to the hair on their scalps compared to only 6 of the 41 people (15 %) who were in the control group.

Onion Juice?

In this study which was published in the Journal of Dermatology they Intensely studied the effectiveness of onion juice compared to a placebo on a test group of people with alopecia areata. Of the individuals being studied 23 of them were asked to apply on juice to the scalp two times daily for two months while the other 15 were asked to just apply regular water twice daily for two months.

The study showed that people who were in the occasion juice test group began to see some form of hair growth after using the treatment for two weeks and by the time 4 weeks had passed 17 of them (73.9%) had begun to experience some hair growth . Then by the sixth week a total of 20 of the people (86.9%) in the onion juice group were now experiencing some form of hair growth. Also improvement was significantly higher in the men in the group than the women and during the whole 8 week (two month) trial only two people in the tap water group not any hair growth.