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Hair loss cure- 6 Surprising Benefits about Hibiscus

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HTC Editor
HTC Editor
June30/ 2016


Hair loss also called alopecia is common in people of all age groups. Hair loss is the seen more in males than in females. Alopecia is a sever condition of hair loss. Alopecia is an immune related disorders resulting in patches on scalp and skin. Hair loss may lead to alopecia in few severe cases which result in temporary or permanent baldness. Hair loss cure is possible through natural remedies.

The cause of hair loss differs from person to person. The major cause of hair loss in youngsters is due to high stress levels. Increase stress levels can increase the risk of hair loss and thinning of hair. Thinning of hair also leads to hair loss in many patients. There are three stages in the hair life cycle the growth phase, resting phase and the shedding phase. Hibiscus is considered as one of the best natural cures for hair loss.

Hibiscus

Hibiscus is an annual flowering plant. Hibiscus flowers have many medicinal properties. Hibiscus flowers are used to treat severe diseases like cancer, immune related disorder, digestive system disorder and inflammatory diseases. Hibiscus is considered as the best remedy for male and female hair loss cure. The chemicals present in hibiscus flower have medicinal property. The most common health benefits of hibiscus include:

  • Blood pressure management
  • Lowers LDL in
  • Prevents chronic liver disorders
  • Anti bacterial in nature
  • Anti cancer property
  • Reduces menstrual pain
  • Reduces the anxiety and depression symptoms
  • Weight loss
  • Boost immune system

Hibiscus for Hair loss

Hibiscus is used to cure many diseases along with hair loss. The Hibiscus flowers are famous for treating hair loss in a short span of time. The hibiscus can be consumed in different forms to have beneficial results.

  1. Hibiscus oil

Hibiscus oil is a common natural cure for hair loss. Hibiscus oil is made with hibiscus flowers and leaves. Take 9-10 hibiscus flowers with equal amount of leaves and wash it and grind it together.  Take a cup of coconut oil and boil it in a pan and to it add the hibiscus paste which you have made initially with flowers and leaves. Cover the container and switch off the flame. You can also store this oil for longer time in a container separately.

Apply the oil on your scalp and leave for minimum 30 minutes. You can leave it overnight for better results. Wash your hair with normal shampoo or hibiscus shampoo if available. Hibiscus oil facilitates the blood flow and enhances the growth of your hair. Hibiscus oil is one of the most used natural cures for hair loss.

  1. Hibiscus curd hair mask

Hibiscus leaves are used along with curd to prepare a mask.  Take four tablespoons of curd and mix with hibiscus. Apply the mask on your hair and scalp and leave it for one hour. Wash your hair with luke warm water and shampoo.

Hibiscus curd hair mask helps in making your hair roots stronger and thus promotes hair growth. After hair wash your hair feels nourished and manageable as it effectively cures hair loss.

  1. Hibiscus with fenugreek

Take a tablespoon of fenugreek seeds and soak it overnight.  Grind hibiscus leaves with fenugreek seed and make it in the form of a paste. Butter milk can also be added to form a fine paste. Hibiscus-fenugreek combination is considered as the best ant-dandruff pack. Apply the pack on the scalp and leave it for few minutes for better results. One of the famous natural cures for hair loss is done with hibiscus and fenugreek.

  1. Hibiscus amla paste

Crush hibiscus leaves and mix with 3 tablespoons of amla powder to form a mask. Amla juice can also be added in place of amla powder. Apply this paste on your hair and leave for about 40 minutes.  This mask helps in the making your hair stronger and healthier. Amla and hibiscus together can effectively cure hair loss in a short time.

  1. Hibiscus conditioner

Apart from being the safest natural cures for hair loss, hibiscus can also be used as a conditioner. Take 8-10 hibiscus flowers and make a fine paste with water. This paste you can use in the form of a conditioner. Apply this paste on your hair and scalp and leave for about an hour and rinse with lukewarm water.

The conditioner helps in smoothening and shining of your hair and thus nourishes the hair roots that will promote hair growth.

  1. Hibiscus shampoo

You can make hibiscus shampoo with hibiscus leaves. Boil 10-15 hibiscus leaves along with 5-10 hibiscus flowers in a cup of water for five minutes. Cool the solution for few minutes and then grind it to form a paste. Use this paste as shampoo for your hair for better results.

There is one more recipe to prepare shampoo with hibiscus. Take 4 cups of water in a pan and add half cup of hibiscus leaves and 7-8 hibiscus flowers.  Break 8-10 soap nuts and remove the seeds and put the outer skin the water.

Boil this complete mixture till the quantity reduces to half cup. Switch off the flame and allow it to cool down. After cooling mash the product with hand and strain the excess of water.  Use this water to wash your hair. You can store this paste in refrigerator for future use.

Hair loss can either be cured by medication or natural home remedies. One of the best home remedy is to use hibiscus plant for hair loss cure. Hibiscus treatment helps in strengthening the hair and considered as the best cure for hair loss.

HTC Editor
HTC Editor

Atefa Noorain, (Microbiologist)former Head of the Department of Life Sciences, Assistant Professor of Microbiology at Sujatha Degree College for Women.She worked as an Associate Research Analyst at Thomson Reuters and an Associate Editor of two research journals. She has presented her research work in 3 International Conferences.She has written articles for national journals and international journals. She had been felicitated as a Young Speaker in the last conference. She has worked on Nanoparticles as a part of her research project and won the Best Scientist of the Day award.

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