Can Guava Leaves Fertilize Hair Loss?
Hello … I want to ask … Can guava leaves fertilize hair loss …?
Our hair has a certain growth phase and will indeed fall out in time. Normal when we comb or shampoo there are some loose hair strands. However, it becomes abnormal when on the pillow there are many strands of hair after waking up or hair is loose so much that arises the bald head area. Some factors that cause excessive hair loss are:
Hereditary / hereditary
Changes in the body's hormonal balance
The use of certain drugs, including chemotherapy
Radiotherapy to the head area
The use of hair dyes, hairstyling
One therapy for hair loss and baldness is to improve blood circulation to the scalp, especially hair follicles. Natural plant extracts that have been proven in medical studies to be effective in preventing baldness, overcoming inflammation of the scalp, and improving circulation to the scalp are:
Morus bark (Mori cortex radices)
Sweet flag leaf (Acorus calamusLinn.)
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis)
Pine needles (Pine densiflora)
Sophora root (Sophora angustifolia)
Cnidium (Ligusticum chuanxiong)
Korean angelica root (Angelica gigas)
Other studies have added guava leaf (Psidium guava) to the above plant extract mixture and found to be effective for hair growth in baldness (alopecia) cases.
Guava leaves contain vitamin C and B vitamins and have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial properties. Now this is very trend guava leaves which he said can overcome hair loss. How to use it is to use water used to boil guava leaves, after cold boiled water can be applied to the scalp and allowed to stand for a few moments and then rinsed. This needs to be done routinely 2-3 times a week.
But it needs to be careful too because the application of an ingredient to the scalp can cause irritation, even though the material is from plants. Stop use if after the use of herbal medicine leaves water appears reddish, itchy, nodules on the scalp.
If your hair loss occurs suddenly, bald areas appear on the head, and abnormalities arise on the scalp, you should further consult with a dermatologist. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.