Hair Type Of Style: 3C Curly Coily
Face Shape of Hairstyle: Oblong
Hairstyle Density: High Density
Hair Textures: Coarse Texture
Hairstyle Age Under for:
Hair Height: Long
Hair Weight: Thin
For Glasses: Appropriate
Hair Style Time: 20 minutes
Products for Hairstyle: Mousse and Wax
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With all of the suggested ingredients we urge discontinuance if scalp irritation or redness becomes obvious. In the case of pharmaceutical or herbal agents for internal consumption we recommend stoppage if side effects become noticeable or evident. Following the prescribed directions for usage is always advisable. Data on some well-known ingredients for hair loss has not been included in these writings. The reasoning behind this is that safe consumption has not been determined for these agents over extended periods of time. Furthermore most of these products will never be marketed for anything outside of their intended purpose.
One other caution we would especially like to give emphasis to is the overuse of vitamins, herbs, and nutrients. More is not necessarily better. We say this because there is a small percentage of people who “load up” on every vitamin, supplement, and ingredient they can put their “hands on”. This is very unwise and can often lead to side effects. We advise testing out a few ingredients at a time, at the suggested dosage. If after one to three months they appear to work for you, continue with them If not, discontinue and try some others. Just don’t abuse it. Mega-dosing usually just creates a drain on your pocketblog.
Alfalfa is one of those rare ingredients where there is a consensus that it slows hair loss and can prolong the growth phase of the follicle but it has never gained widespread usage for those purposes. One thing is for certain this legume contains an abundance of nutrients crucial to hair growth such as vitamin B2, B5, and folic acid. It also contains trace amounts of copper, zinc, manganese and magnesium. Even though alfalfa has found more usage in Ayruvedic medicine it stills follows the same principles as Chinese practitioners do for halting hair loss. Namely the ingredient promotes better liver function and reduces cholesterol. Cholesterol being one of the building blocks of DHT.
This legume inherits its name from the Arabic word which literally means the “father of all plants”. Plus it’s easy to see why it gains this notoriety when the root system can extend downward thirty feet or more. By doing so it draws trace minerals into its structure otherwise not found in shallow root plants.
Bottom line alfalfa being a food supplement makes it one of the more natural ways to fight hair loss.