Herbs For Hair Growth And Thickness

Herbal remedies have been in existence way before civilization started. Though some herbs had some powerful side effects that came with their use, there are many more that are still in use to this day.

First things first, it is always advisable to talk to your doctor before consuming or applying herbal oils and pastes directly onto your skin. Since most of these herbs have contents you’ve probably never used before, there may be a slight chance you could be allergic. It is not uncommon to experience an adverse reaction to a new product. So, talk to your doctor, or test it out on your inner arm if you have no underlying medical condition.

This is by no means a way to discourage you from the countless benefits that these herbs provide! You’re probably already using some everyday herbal products such as jojoba, walnut, coconut, olive, and mineral oils. Sometimes, other herbs use these type of herbal oils as carrier oils. What this means is, these oils can carry the powerful and nutritive properties of stronger herbs without compromising on their integrity.

Herbal Remedies For Your Hair Growth And Thickness

Ginseng

You might know of this ancient herb for its proven abilities to reduce inflammation and boost your immune system. Ginseng could even lower your blood sugar and provide some energy at the same time. The saponins in this herb can inhibit enzymes that encourage hair loss. If that isn’t a great way to promote hair growth, I don’t know what is! You can use this Natural First ginseng serum that is combined with Aloe vera.

Brahmi

Apart from reducing stress and anxiety, Brahmi is commonly dried and ground for use with other herbs. Some of this herb’s benefits include detoxification, improving the immune system, and even for increased sex drive. There are ongoing studies on the claims of enhanced mental ability and a possibility of preventing cancer.

What I know is, coupling this herb with a carrier oil had positive effects on my hair. It may have something to do with the alkaloids that can activate your hair-growth proteins. Verdik Herbs have this wonderful brahmi oil for your hair.

Gotu Kola

Herbs like Ginseng and Brahmi may work best when aligned with a base oil. From my extensive research, you can use Gotu Kola as a topical ointment, and your hair will thank you for it. Its ayurvedic properties can encourage blood flow to the scalp, which can stimulate hair follicle growth and thickness. Youth Spring have some amazing gotu kola mask you should try out.

Aloe Vera

If you do not believe in other herbs, you know and trust in the popular Aloe plant and its thick oil. Though it is mostly used to relieve skin inflammations (even burns) and digestive ailments, you can use Amara Organics aloe vera on your scalp to reduce irritation, moisturize your hair and scalp, and maintain overall health that leads to hair volume and length.

Bhringraj

Soothing to the scalp? Check. Hydrating and revitalizing? Check. More growth and sheen? Check. Add the Biotic Botanicals bhringraj oil to your hot oil treatment plans and observe how nourished your hair will look within a month, if not weeks!

Conclusion

There are many more herbal solutions out there waiting for you. However, you always have to keep in mind that allergic reactions are a possibility, and results may vary for different individuals with different herbs.

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