A Look Inside: The Herbs That Drive A Natural Hair Loss Product
When you're looking for an all-natural hair loss remedy, it goes without saying that you'll want a blend of nature's finest herbs. Herbs that work together should perform three major tasks:
1. Help neutralize and remove toxins from your body that may contribute to hair loss
2. Improve your digestion and circulation so that you can absorb and use the key nutrients that will nourish and stimulate your hair follicles
3. Provide natural vitamins and minerals, especially micronutrients, to feed your hair and slow down or prevent hair loss
Samson's Secret has only all natural herbs and supplements in this hair loss product.
This report isn't meant to replace the advice of a doctor, but a brief understanding of the herbal ingredients we use in Samson's Secret will help you make the right choices in choosing a hair loss product.
Burdock: The hair loss remedy that goes to the root of the problem
For centuries, the root of this plant has been used in folk medicine. It is believed to be a blood purifier. It can increase perspiration and urination, which are natural processes for removing wastes from the body. Traditional herbalists used Burdock to treat skin diseases such as eczema, boils, and scaly skin disorders.
In herbal hair remedies, burdock is used to help clear the body of substances that may lead to hair loss or slow down hair growth.
Cayenne : The herbal hair loss treatment's best friend
Cayenne is very popular as a condiment among people who enjoy spicy food. It is traditionally thought to promote good circulation. As such, cayenne could increase the power of all other herbs. It is also said to promote digestion and help purify the blood.
Cayenne is high in vitamins A, C, iron and calcium. It has Vitamin G, magnesium, phosphorus and sulfur. It has some B-complex, and is rich in potassium.
As part of an herbal hair loss regimen, cayenne can help your body make the most of herbs that promote healthy hair growth.
Kelp: Treating herbal hair loss with micronutrients
When our precious topsoil is washed away through wind, flooding, and erosion, a lot of the valuable nutrients eventually get flushed into the sea. Here, they're absorbed by aquatic plants such as kelp. Kelp can contain critical trace minerals that terrestrial fruits and vegetables may lack.
Not surprisingly, the number one use for kelp is as a mulch, to slowly fertilize crops. However, during the First World War the French government experimented with using kelp as a food for horses. When they replaced oats and fodder with an equal amount of kelp, the horses put on weight and grew stronger and healthier. In fact, some sick horses recovered when fed on this aquatic plant.
In addition to being a healthful, nourishing plant, kelp is thought to stimulate several glands in the body. Kelp is also used in many popular herbal hair growth remedies. It nourishes your hair follicles, so that you can grow stronger, healthier hair.
Nettle: A hair loss remedy vitamin powerhouse
According to European folk tradition, nettle is one of the most useful of all plants.
Nettle is rich in iron, which is vital in circulation. Nettle is so rich in chlorophyll that the English used it to make the green dye in World War II for camouflage paint. It also contains significant amounts of silicon, potassium, and protein, as well as vitamins A C, D, E, F, and P. Nettle can provide a good supply of calcium, sulfur, sodium, copper, manganese, chromium and zinc. It is said to contain alkaloids that neutralize uric acid.
Overall, this powerhouse of vitamins and minerals can help feed your hair and treat hair loss. That's why it is a common ingredient in herbal hair loss products.
Oat Straw: Taming your scalp to slow down hair loss
Oat straw is high in several soothing, relaxing substances, including silica, gramine and avenine. It also provides a significant amount of iron, manganese, and zinc.
In a hair loss product, oat straw can help support the health of your hair follicles with these soothing, nourishing compounds.
In traditional fold medicine, oat straw is said to help relieve inflammation and flaky, itchy skin, another indication that it might help your scalp in an herbal hair loss formula.
Rosemary: Giving your follicles a pep talk
In folk tradition, rosemary is reputed to help prevent premature baldness and stimulate activity of the hair bulbs, or follicles.
As part of an all-natural herbal hair loss treatment, it can stimulate circulation to your scalp. Rosemary also contains many nutrients that may help your hair, including vitamins A and C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc.
There is a folk tradition of using rosemary to treat bits and stings, so it has long been regarded as providing support for the skin.
Sage: The wisest of all herbal hair loss treatments
Sage has long been revered for its many health-giving properties. Sage is frequently used in herbal hair loss products.
It has long been thought to help heal damage to the skin, of which your hair is a subsystem. With a reputation for stimulating circulation and improving digestion, sage could help absorb and deliver nutrients to your scalp, as part of an herbal hair loss remedy.
Sarsaparilla: Natural hormone therapy for receding hair?
Sarsaparilla contains a male hormone known as testosterone, which is an important hair-growing hormone. This alone would be enough to indicate its value in herbal hair loss products.
But there's a lot more. Sarsaparilla also contains progesterone, another hormone. Sarsaparilla gives you vitamin B-complex, vitamins A, C and D, as well as iron, manganese, sodium, silicon, sulfur, copper, zinc and iodine.
Sarsaparilla is thought to be a valuable herb for glandular balance formulas. It has properties that enable it to function as a precursor in the adrenal gland's production of DHEA, one of our anti-aging hormones.
Spirulina: A colorful ingredient no hair loss remedy should do without
Spirulina is a blue - green algae that has become popular as a super-nutritious health food. In fact, its primary value in a hair loss remedy is due to its nutritional properties.
Spirulina has high levels of protein and vitamin B-12 for a plant. It contains many pigments that are known to function as antioxidants. It also contains essential vitamins and several other nourishing compounds.
When used in all-natural herbal hair loss prevention products, Spirulina is an integral ingredient in helping to promote normal hair growth and prevent hair loss.
The Whole Formula In A Nutshell
The key to healthy hair is simply good health.
These nine simple ingredients work together to create a powerhouse of herbal hair loss support. Samson's Secret selects the highest quality herbs and prepares them meticulously so that they don't lose any of their properties. We mix them in carefully calculated proportions so you get the maximum effect of each one.
The result is a dynamic herbal hair loss remedy that combines the best each ingredient has to offer.
Burdock, Cayenne, and Nettle work together to remove toxins from the body and stimulate hair growth.
This process prepares the body to receive the nutritional herbs, Rosemary, Sage, Oat Straw, Sarsaparilla, Spirulina, and Kelp.
All these herbs are carefully blended to yield a high-potency dietary supplement, which can promote healthy hair growth, nourish the hair follicles, and support the nervous system to reduce stress.
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This article is for informational purposes only, and is not meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always consult a physician before using this or other dietary supplements.
originally published 9-03-2005