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Remedy for gray hair & baldness

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Onion juice

Research has found that grey hair is primarily caused by a buildup of hydrogen peroxide at the root of hair follicles and that this is due in great part to a reduction in the natural antioxidant compound catalase. In addition to helping cleanse the scalp and follicles, onion juice also promotes the production of catalase. Catalase prevents grey hair as well as promotes thicker hair follicles. It is also shown to work for the skin condition vitiligo.

How-to: Divide your hair into four sections, then apply the onion juice on your scalp not on your hair. Massage gently and leave it on for 15 minutes till 1 hour, then rinse you hair well. Apply it daily and after 2 weeks ( at least) you may see great results. Shampoo afterwards to help remove the onion odor.

Some helpful links with more information on gray hair & baldness remedies:

http://www.naturalnews.com/040262_thinning_hair_grey_onion_juice.html

http://www.onlymyhealth.com/onion-juice-hair-loss-1359096093

http://www.americanathleticinstitute.org/natural-home-remedies/101-tips-on-how-to-make-your-hair-grow-quicker.php

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Beach Almond – use it for: liver diseases, dermatitis, dysentery, diarrhea & cancer

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Beach almond, or Terminalia catappa, is a tropical deciduous tree that produces an almond-like edible nut. Traditional healers use the leaves to treat hepatitis and other liver diseases, dermatitis, dysentery, diarrhea and cancer. Active ingredients include flavonoids, tannins, saponins and sterols, and the plant has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and liver-protective properties. A study by S. Kinoshita and colleagues published in the November 2007 issue of “Phytomedicine” tested a leaf extract on animals with induced liver damage. The study found that the tannin known as corilagin scavenged free radicals and reduced oxidative damage in the liver, thereby repairing and protecting liver tissue. This study supports the traditional use of the plant in treating liver diseases and its ability to repair liver damage. Consult a health care professional before using this herb, since the long-term effects are not known. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.