Has any individual listened to of this organic therapy for hair decline?

Issue by : Has anyone heard of this organic therapy for hair decline?
I discovered this on another discussion board. Some guy, I guess with a credible track record (not a troll), posted this on a hairloss thread:

“you require two items : olive oil + garlic.

Heat olive oil on minimal fireplace, cut 50 % a garlic into truly small items, fry it in the olive oil for just a couple of seconds. Great it down, and use this oil when a week. It smells a little little bit but trust me, right after you have witnessed all the new hair thats popping out of your head, it’s so really worth it.

So here’s how you use it. therapeutic massage the oil in your head, put a hot soaked towel about your head. Wait one hour. Repeat weakly, for four weaks and look at your hair leaping out of your skull.

Also what you can do is, set 20cc of “oleum terebentinae” into a 200 ml shampoo. You don’t need to have to adjust shampoo, just use the a single you allways use. Wash your hair with this shampoo.. Some of my friends attempted my guidelines and now they have superb hair.”

Would there be any risks striving this technique? Of program, verify for allergic reactions. Will this strategy perform?

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Reply by noemi
No I have by no means heard of this.But it is Intriguing thought and i arrived accross this site also this early morning

Very best Needs,

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  1. It doesn’t hurt to try, but if you are a girl, why would you care?
    Girls don’t lose hair, men do so be happy.

  2. Dr. Placebo

    You need estrogen. You can get it “green and natural” from female hibiscus buds. Seep with warm spring water found only in the Alps and drink before meals.

  3. “repeat weakly, for 4 weaks and watch your hair jumping out of your skull.”

    If this were true, the guy would be a multimillionaire by now, right? It would have been written up in science journals, right? Every hair loss clinic would be using it, right?

  4. i’ve never heard of it buddy and i don’t think i’d go to extremes like that when all you have to do is ensure you are drinking lots of fresh filtered water and not dehydrating yourself with sodas, pop and soft drinks, too much caffeine and alcohol……….. drink more water and your hair will grow quicker …. hair needs water to grow ……….. also ensure that you are eating enough lean sources of protein like lean meats and fishes, lean chicken, organic nuts and seeds like almonds, brazil nuts and sunflower seeds and ensure that you get enough leafy and green vegies like broccolli, celery, buk choy and wholegrains like brown rice, quinoa, wholegrain breads etc….. all those foods are rich sources of the B complex of vitamins and the B complex will bolster healthy digestion, neural and immune system functioning and do wonders for healthy lustrous hair, skin and nails.


    Sodas, pop and soft drinks, caffeine and alcohol will all rob you of your B complex of vitamins so ditch the sodas and alcohol if you drink any and cut right back on the coffee or tea… other things that will rob you of your precious B complex of vitamins are :- stress, eating too much protein, eating too much tinned food and processed sugar and frozen foods, laxatives and diuretics, antiobiotics, antidepressants, penicillin, prednisone and aspirin, otc cold and flu medicines.

    i shaved my hair clean off 2 years ago to raise money for the Leukemia Foundation and it’s now just past the bottom of my shoulder blades…… true …….. just by doing what i’ve just advised you to do …. don’t stress …. be happy and eat and drink well and your hair skin and nails will positively be glowing.

    good luck

    peace baby

  5. Beautiful

    always do tried and tested method

    Use a mixture of apple cedar and vinegar tea on the scalp to help your hair grow. To rinse your hair use catmint or chamomile infusions so that you will be free from the itching sensation. To stimulate the hair growth, your blood should be free from toxins. Therefore it is advisable to drink daily 1 tbsp. of juice of stinging nettle, birch leaves and watercress mixed in a glass of water.