Will Smith was recently questioned by the popular TV show GMA about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s condition (alopecia) and the actor has defended her, saying that those who mock his wife should stay silent as they have never faced such difficulties themselves. Will Smith was recently questioned by the popular TV show GMA about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s condition (alopecia) and the actor has defended her, saying that those who mock his wife should stay silent as they have never faced such difficulties themselves.
In India, Shirolepa is consumed in the form of a tincture. For this preparation, 25 g of powdered Shirolepa are mixed with 10 mL of ethanol to make a standard alcohol extract. The mixture is then shaken for five minutes and left to stand for an hour before the alcohol extract is diluted by half. Next, to one milliliter of the solution add four drops of calcium hydroxide until its taste becomes sour. Take three times daily with food and water.
2. Aloe vera
Aloe vera, a succulent plant with properties that soothe skin and ease itching, is also believed to nourish and regenerate the hair. As part of an aloe vera treatment for hair loss, you can rub the gel from a freshly cut leaf onto your scalp or you can apply a mix of raw honey and aloe vera juice. Let the mixture sit on your scalp for about 20 minutes before rinsing off with cool water.
Shikakai is a cleansing agent that purifies the hair and scalp of hair loss. As an emollient, it helps to smooth the skin, regulate excess oil, tone the mucous membranes of the nose and throat, and relieve diarrhea. As a styptic, it heals wounds and cuts to stop bleeding.
4. Oil massage therapy
Applying oil and massaging the scalp every day can help to stimulate blood flow and treat hair loss. One study showed that a rice oil massage once a day for 30 days helped heal more than half of the participants with alopecia areata. A massage with natural oils is simple, inexpensive, and the benefits last long after treatment is complete.
5. Amla (Indian gooseberry)
Amla is a great option for anyone with alopecia. When taken orally, it helps build up one’s hair and scalp in the best way possible. However, people are more likely to use amla as a home remedy rather than taking it orally, by applying this nutrient rich fruit to their scalp and hairline.