Posts Tagged ‘hair growth’

Borage and Silica

April 15th, 2010

Silica Content in Borage Borage, Borago officinalis, or Bugloss,  is the next best thing to Comfrey for its wondrous healing properties. Borage, like Comfrey, has an especially high silica content. Silica helps hair, nails, teeth and bone to grow. So drinking a daily cup of weak borage tea, or adding the odd leaf or flowers to your salad will provide extra silicic acid to aid the growth of your hair and nails, and help keep your teeth and bones strong. Borage Tea Hair Rinse Borage tea can be used as a hair rinse after shampooing to aid hair growth and give a shine to ...

Best Vitamins For Hair Growth

March 29th, 2010

Vitamin B complex, Biotin,Vitamin C, Zinc and Iodine are the best vitamins and minerals to encourage hair growth. Of course, you also need a nutritious diet with plenty of alkaline foods such as green vegetables, and adequate protein.  If you are on a budget, then the first things to consider buying would  be things like  eggs, fish, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, greens and fruits, and IODINE . However, there are many more Vitamins and Minerals which are necessary for good health and for the growing of new hair. There are also a variety of conditions which can lead to hair loss, and ...

Iodine Scalp And Hair Remedy

January 26th, 2010

Iodine Tonic For The Health of the Hair: Iodine is a wonderful, natural, relatively inexpensive item for restoring hair growth and improving the scalp tissue. Note: However, you should visit your doctor or natural health practitioner for advice on whether you should use iodine or any other natural remedy or technique, for that matter.  No responsibility is taken by this author should the treatment not work, or makes you feel worse or the condition is made worse by following any suggestions made here.  Commonsense should prevail, and so should caution.  Alas, as some comments to my website show, some people lack these components ...

Iodine Hair Growth

November 6th, 2009

Iodine Can Help To Restore Hair Growth It is important to consult your doctor or health practitioner first of all, before using any iodine on the hair.  Some people do not manage to follow instructions very well, and I have had several people claiming that the iodine treatment made their hair fall out. No responsibility can be taken on my part if hair continues to fall, or if you use the iodine treatment unwisely. If these people had followed instructions faithfully, and only used no more than two finger dabs of pharmaceutical liquid iodine to put on the hair, then no problem ...
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