Natural Home Remedies for Hair Growth

Everyday styling, stressed schedule, sunlight and environmental pollution not only harm your hair but also reduce your hair growth. So it has become necessary for you to give extra care to your hair.

Saloons and parlor are very expensive… why waste money on them????

So we provide better solutions for your hair that makes your hair thick and shiny, these remedies can be prepared at home at low price. Anyone can make it easily by those ingredients which are commonly available at home and can be applied on your hair. In today’s polluted and highly stressed environment, both men and women get worried about their hair. Now, stop taking tension and try the following remedies which can be prepared at home for the growth of your hair. The Vitamins in these natural ingredients improve the growth of your hair.

Kitchen Ingredients: Try the following hair growth home remedies for best results.

Onion juice for growing long hair:

This is very popular and effective home remedy for hair growth. Onion juice is rich in sulphur, which boosts the production of the collagen tissues and thus helps in the re-growth of hair.

Take Red onion, chop it into small pieces and squeeze out juice from it. Then apply it on your scalp and keep for 15 -20 minutes. Finally wash your hair with a mild shampoo. This is very simple and effective way for hair growth.

Potato juice for hair growth:

This is also very simple way for improving the thickness of your hair. Just take one or two potatoes according to the length of your hair. Chop and squeeze it to extract the juice from it and simply apply it on scalp and leave it for 15-20 minutes. Potato juice can also be used for removing tan from skin.

Use of Henna pack for hair growth:

Henna is natural conditioner which is easily available and helps in growth of your hair, make it shiny beautiful, thick and long.

Boil the tea leaves in a glass of water until half of it is left. Make a paste by mixing 1 cup of dry henna powder with ½ cup of yoghurt and that boiled water of tea leaves and apply all over the hair. Leave the pack until it dries off completely and wash off with a mild shampoo.

This is the best effective remedy for all problems of hair, but it colours your hair light burgundy ,so use it if you want to colour your hair but it will not cause any harm to your hair as it is a natural herb.

Green tea for beautiful long hair growth

Green tea alone is very beneficial to prevent hair loss and boost the hair growth as it is rich in anti-oxidants. Apply warm green tea all over your scalp and leave it for an hour. Rinse off with cool water.

Hair treatment using Cumin seeds:

Put Cumin seeds (jeera) in the olive oil or castor oil and remain as it is for the whole night, and then apply it on the targeted areas. Wash after 15-20 minutes with a mild shampoo.

Peppercorns for long and thick hair:

Peppercorn is very useful for your hair growth. Make a smooth paste of 2 teaspoons of peppercorns with half cup of lime juice. Apply on the roots and cover your head with a warm towel so that it penetrates well. Rinse off after half an hour.

Treating hair with Garlic:

Garlic is very known useful herb as it is used in many remedies of digestion and make the immune system strong. It is also beneficial for hair as it regenerates the new hair and promotes the scalp circulation.
Boil a few cloves of crushed garlic in olive oil or coconut oil and then apply it for minimum one hour on the roots of your hair. For best result apply it for the whole night. Then wash your hair with Luke warm water. Use this treatment thrice a week for the best results.

VITAMINS FOR HAIR GROWTH:

VITAMIN A:

Vitamin A is very beneficial for your body as its deficiency can lead to dry hair which can contribute to hair loss. It helps the scalp to produce sebum, which keeps the scalp and hair hydrated. It is rich in carrot and tomatoes.

VITAMIN-B:

Biotin (VITAMIN B7):

Biotin is known as “hair vitamins”, as it is very essential for hair growth. It promotes hair growth, renews cells and prevents brittle and fragile hair. It is also known as “vitamin B7”. Its deficiency can lead to loss of hair, eyebrow and eyelashes. Biotin can be taken from tablets or from fruits, carrots, almonds, walnuts, chicken eggs, goat’s milk and cow’s milk, berries and fruits, halibut and vegetables.

VITAMIN B12:

It is very important vitamin for our hair growth. Its deficiency will leads to loss of hair and premature grey. it can taken in our diet and explicitly from various natural things like liver, soy milk and soy beans, eggs, clams, salmon, crab, milk, dairy products, and more.

NIACIN (VITAMIN B3):

Niacin (it is also called vitamin B3) improves circulation to the scalp, so it also helps in growth of hair. For best results, it should be taken with biotin. Vitamin B3, or Niacin, is also an essential vitamin required for processing fat in the body, lowering cholesterol levels, and regulating blood sugar levels. Niacin is found in rice, wheat, fish (swordfish), peanuts, chicken and sun-dried tomatoes.

VITAMIN C:

Vitamin C is also very essential as its deficiency will leads to hair loss as well as premature greying, dryness and brittle hair. Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits like lemon, guavas etc as well as in red and green hot chilli peppers, bell peppers, green leafy vegetables etc.

VITAMIN E:

Vitamin E is very popular vitamin for skin as well as for hair. Its deficiency will leads to hair loss. It has ability to grow new blood vessels and increase circulation to the scalp. Vitamin E when applied to the scalp may also helps in growth of hair. It is found in sun flower seeds, pine nuts, peanuts, dried apricots, dried herbs etc.

VITAMIN D:

Vitamin D is beneficial for the whole body and this also includes the scalp and hair. It is found in fish, fortified cereals, eggs, fortified dairy products like milk, curd, cheese etc.

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