Recommended Hair Loss Products

I recently added a page on this site regarding recommended hair loss products that I feel are the most useful for your hair loss and overall scalp health, and that can be purchased from Amazon without needing any kind of prescription.  You can also access this page via the menu at the top right of this page.

In the comments to this post, feel free to write names of products that you like and recommend.  Maybe I will test some of those in the future.

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  1. My intention here is to share the products I have found have the most benefit for keeping hair healthy. Perhaps the admin will try some of these and be able to spread the word to more people.

    For shampoo I like Nature’s Paradise Thickening Shampoo. It is all natural which I totally prefer. My hair prefers gentle natural products also. They claim 40% reduction of shedding after a use. I cannot verify the 40% but I have definitely noticed decreased shed after a wash from using it.

    Also, with my shampoo I will usually mix in some herbal powder into my shampoo lather. Three herbs I have noticed to be the most beneficial are Saw Palmetto, Nettles, and Horsetail. I get the bulk herb powder from internet. They’re very easy to find, many companies sell them. I recommend a usda organic version if you can find it. Saw P definitely makes my hair thicker and less shed. Horsetail is a thickener too.

    Possibly the best thing I’ve ever found for hair strength and thickening my hair is Cacahuananche Soap. It’s been known as a natural hair tonic in Mexico for centuries. I really don’t know why some big company does not sell it, I honestly feel that it is amazing. After I take a shower and comb my hair over the sink and look down I’m delighted. It greatly increases hair strength. The comical part is that it only costs about 5 bucks on Amazon. For anyone who ever heard David Wolfe talk about cacao oil for hair regrowth, I believe this is the type of thing he is discussing.

    For teas to drink, one might consider researching a Nettles extract. Something in a high concentration. Nettles has scientifically been proven to interact positively on human hormones. Also bhringaraj herb has been known in India for centuries as a hair helper. The scientific name eclipta prostrata even has a wikipedia write up about a clinical study in mice. The teas are more of a support to an overall campaign, I feel.

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