- Nourish healthy long hair with the oldest strengthening herb on earth.Horsetail is one of the oldest medicinal herbs on earth — it even precedes dinosaurs on earth. This powerful herb stimulates hair growth due to its antioxidants. Horsetail can also improve circulation, leading to the improvement of hair follicles and to help stimulate hair growth.
- Then, build up a steady supply of amino acids to create new hair growth. Native Americans have long used burdock root for medicinal purposes. It contains vitamin A, which can help nourish the scalp and strengthen hair. It also contains all of the necessary amino acids for building the kind of protein that creates hair growth. I recommend 425 mg daily.
- Trade in Big Beauty’s “hair care” products for this sacred herb.Dr. Sears tells all his patients in his clinic to steer clear of harsh chemicals that are in mass-produced, off-the-shelf products. They’re brutal on your fragile hair. That’s why he suggests a natural alternative that was used by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and Hebrews. Rosemary essential oil promotes hair growth and thickness by stimulating cell division and dilating the blood vessels, it signals hair follicles to grow new hair.1
It is extracted from the flowering tips of the plant. But not all essential oils are created equally. Some are synthetic. Look for oils that are organic if possible.
To promote hair growth and thickness, try using rosemary essential oil as a leave-in conditioner. It will make your hair look glossy and feel soft. This is also a good treatment for people who have itchy scalps or dandruff.
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1. Prager N, et al. “A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of botanically derived inhibitors of 5-alpha-reductase in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia.” J Altern Complement Med. 2002;8(2):143-152.