Natural Homeopathic Hair Loss Remedies – How to Use Essential Oils For Hair Growth?

Natural Homeopathic Hair Loss Remedies – How to Use Essential Oils For Hair Growth?

Essential oils distilled from known herbs have been known to posses therapeutic and medicinal qualities for ages and can be harnessed not only to enhance hair and skin tone but also to stimulate follicles and promote hair growth after a bout with hair loss.

Ruling out other known factors that cause hair loss, like unhealthy lifestyles, diseases or stress-induced problems, aromatherapy using the right essential oils have been observed to enhance not only hair tone and growth, but also promote a healthier skin. That’s because these essential oils commonly harnessed to stimulate hair growth are basically the same ones used for enhancing the skin. Here are a few therapeutic oils known to have specific benefit to the scalp.

Types Of Oils For Your Needs
It’s important that you have a good understanding of what’s causing your hair to fall and not be replaced. That’s because there are at least four types of essentials each addressing a different therapeutic need. You have stimulating (increasing metabolism at the cell level for new cell growth), balancing (creates balance between overly-dry and over-oily skin), nutritive (provided vitamins and essential fats for healthy hair follicle growth) and immune supportive (heals infections known to deter optimum hair growth) essential oils.

1. Stimulating Essential Oils:
There are two herbs with a long history of use for hair care. Rosemary and Sage. Both herbs have leaves that can provide tonic hair rinse that can stimulate hair growth. There’s a special rosemary variant called the rosemary c.t. verbenone. It contains special molecules that speed up cellular activity in the scalp and is most commonly used for stimulating hair growth. The distilled essential oils from the common sage (Salvai officinalis) or what is also known as dalmation sage is the most stimulating of all essential oils used for both skin and hair.

2. Nutritive Essential Oils:
Sea Buckthorn and Carrot Root are fine examples as they provide B-vitamins and antioxidants to the hair follicles which medical experts believe neutralize oxidative damage to the mitochondria in follicles that is at the root of diminished hair growth.

3. Balancing Essential Oils:
Lavender (lavendula angustifolia) is the foremost balancing oil that is known for its anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties that help balance the scalp’s natural oil secretion while reducing cellular-level inflammation that’s often implicated in reduced hair growth. Green Myrtle is another great choice for its anti-bacterial properties that also promote the right level of natural oils for the scalp. For the ladies, Clary Sage has properties that balance proper estrogen production where hormonal balance is critical for health hair growth.

4. Immune Supportive Oils:
These oils combat specific scalp infections that retard hair growth. In particular, there are essentials oils that specifically address Alopecia Areata whose symptoms are unsightly patchy hair loss. The Tee Tree, Myrtle and Cedar oils in combination with Rosemary, Thyme, and Lavender oils mixed in Jojoba and Grapeseed oil carriers are excellent concoctions that have mild antiseptic properties to treat alopecia aerate.

Choosing The Base Oils
The base oils are necessary to carry just a small amount of essential oils to vaporize in any aromatherapy. The base oil is often Olive oil, Evening Primrose, Jojoba and Grapeseed. Not only are they excellent carriers, but they also contain excellent properties that stimulate hair growth as well.

 
Do you have a hair loss problem? What do you use for it or are you still searching, please comment below.
 

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