Promote hair growth with natural home remedies.
Be careful, however, when applying home remedies, as they may damage your hair instead of stimulating growth.
A mix of aloe vera and honey. Mix the flesh of three leaves of aloe vera with honey and apply it over the scalp. Wait 20 minutes and wash hair out as usual.
An energy-packed breakfast. Mix together a spoonful of soya lecithin, a spoonful of wheat germ, a spoonful of honey, a spoonful of brewer’s yeast, and a yogurt. Try this homemade recipe every day for breakfast.

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Tomatoes, olive oil and aloe vera:
Blend a tomato with a tablespoon of olive oil. Heat until warm and apply the mixture to the scalp, letting stand as long as possible. This mixture can be enhanced by adding aloe vera.
Rosemary water. Wash your hair every day with rosemary water. You can buy rosemary shampoo or make rosemary water on own.

Cassia auriculata:
The reason for using Cassia auriculata or Senna auriculata or Tanner cassia as the main ingredient in herbal hair products is that it stimulates natural hair growth by increasing the blood flow in the scalp and thus preventing hair fall. This medicinal herb is antibacterial in action and treats the scalp disorders and acts as a tonic for making hair black, shiny, voluminous and filled with beautiful fragrance.

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis:
Hibiscus is commonly known as China rose and has been used for stimulating the hair growth. This medicinal flower works wonder in the prevention of hair fall and pre-mature graying, and also helps in treating scalp disorders.
Popularly known as Mehandi, Henna has been used from many decades by queens and kings in hair coloring, cleansing, conditioning and giving it a shiny appearance. It soothes the scalp, reduces hair fall and adds volumes to the hair.
Curry leaves: Curry leaves not only add flavors to the food items but also do wonders to your hair. Filled with essential nutrients it rejuvenates the hair by strengthening the hair follicles. It acts as natural anti-oxidant and promotes the growth of new hair.
Rose petals:
Rose petals are great for soothing, nourishing and removing flaky skin from the scalp. It increases blood flow, reduces hair fall and adds volumes to the hair.
For thousands of years, neem had been used in the treatment of hair loss and stimulating hair growth. Its high fatty acid content helps in the promotion of healthy hair.
Promote hair growth with store-bought remedies.
Certain store bought remedies, while not proven to stimulate hair growth, may work in some instances.
Biotin may work. Biotin is a water-soluble B vitamin. It’s supposed to increase hair and nail growth, also helping with acne, slow-healing skin and stronger hair. Check package label for suggested dosage.
MSM may also work:
MSM stands for methylsulfonylmethane. It’s a naturally-occurring sulfate found in some plant species, and is reputed to help build collagen and repair tissue. For hair, it’s supposed to slow shed, speed growth, and increase increases shine and thickness.
Prevent Breakage With Vitamin E:

Vitamin E is required to nourish damaged hair and to prevent breakage. It aids the body’s ability to manufacture keratin within hair strands to reduce breakage. Supplementing with 400 IU of vitamin E can be helpful to restore locks. Some foods high in vitamin E include sunflower seeds, almonds, pine nuts, dried apricots, cooked spinach and olives.
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