Best Natural Remedies for Hair Loss

by Joshua Hardwick

Millions of men and women all around the world suffer from hair loss. Although there are quite a lot of different hair loss products on the market these days, very few of them come anywhere close to being natural. A lot of them include drugs of some kind (especially the oral solutions out there) and these can cause side effects for some people.

We are constantly being told about the latest hair loss product but not all of them are natural cures. There are actually a lot of great hair loss remedies that are entirely natural, and you can even get hold of them pretty easily too. Here are just a few of them that you might want to consider if you suffer from hair loss.

Nettle Root

Nettle root is a natural ingredient that is actually included in a lot of the hair loss products. Nettle root is a substance that is great at blocking out 5-Alpha-Reductase in your body. Basically, this is something that will convert to DHT. Excess DHT often causes hair loss problems so it is good to ensure that you aren’t producing too much of this if hair loss is a problem for you.

If you are actually looking to purchase nettle root, then usually it comes as a supplement and can be found in many natural health shops all around the world. There are different strengths of nettle root out there. If you’re looking to incorporate it into your diet, you might want to start off with a relatively low dose and work up to something stronger.

Although natural, it is still best to consult a medical professional. It is also recommended that you don’t include this in your diet if you are taking any prescription drugs.

Scalp Massages

Yes, it’s an entirely free hair loss remedy that you can implement straight away. Massaging the scalp is something that will be great for those suffering from hair loss because it helps with a variety of things. First of all, massaging the scalp will ensure that blood is distributed to this area which will in turn allow nutrients and vitamins to make their way to your scalp.

scalp massageSecond of all, it will actually promote the production of oils on your scalp which are needed to ensure that your hair stays hydrated. If you have dry hair, then this is great as your hair is in desperate need of more natural oils.

However, if you have natural oily or greasy hair, this could be a remedy that you want to minimize because it will lead to the excess production of these oils.

Brushing or combing your hair will also help promote the production of these natural oils as the brush coming in contact with your scalp will massage the area too.

It is possible to buy scalp massagers if you want to. These feel great and you might find yourself becoming addicted to using one.

Dong Quai

Dong Quai is another natural supplement that is great when it comes to hair loss. Dong Quai helps lower the production of DHT, which as we have previously mentioned, can cause hair loss issues. Dong Quai does this by stopping testosterone from being converted into DHT in the body.


This is yet another ingredient that is often included in hair loss products out there on the market, but on its own, it is entirely natural.

It is commonly believed that simply by incorporating this into your diet, you will probably have a better hair loss solution than many of the more expensive hair loss products out there.

Another great thing about this supplement is that it is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans. It can be found at most good natural health stores out. So it is pretty easy to get your hands on too. You can also drink Dong Quai in the tea form.

These are just a few of the natural hair loss remedies that you can buy at any health store. Perhaps one of the most important things when it comes to slowing hair loss is to incorporate a good amount of protein into your diet as well as fruits and vegetables. This will ensure that your hair has everything it needs to grow thick and healthy.

(Joshua Hardwick regularly writes and contributes to the website: http://hairlossgeeks.com/. Joshua started to experience hair loss in his early 20’s and therefore, has a passion for letting the world know about great hair loss products and remedies.)

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