We lose about one hundred hairs each day. This is a normal number. However, whatever hairs we lose is again made up and replaced by that number of hairs on the head each day.
When the number of hairs that we lose daily is not compensated enough by so much of hair on a regular basis, we face the problem of baldness. The males often face the genetically form of baldness. However, there is nothing to worry as there are a number of herbal remedies available to take good care of the problem.
Saw Palmetto: Saw palmetto is a naturally occurring plant that is found in North America and is fast becoming the most popular herbal treatment for male pattern of hair loss or baldness (androgenica alopecia). This herb is not only useful in protecting the prostate glands but also obstructs the hormone that is mostly accountable for the male prototype of baldness.
Gingko Biloba: This is a huge tree that has originated from East Asia. As per a lot of researches baldness among both men, and women can be significantly reduced with hot and cold hydrotherapy along with certain herbal treatment where Gingko Biloba plays a significant role.
The extracts of this herb help to increase the blood circulation of both the brain and the skin. The good supply of blood increases the amount of oxygen supplied and helps the hair to grow healthy and full.
Green Tea: Green tea is the herb that is well known for its medicinal values all over the world. A number of researches conducted on green tea have shown that high intake of green tea increases the amount of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) in the bloodstream. SHBT get hold of the testosterone before it can be converted to DHT.
Some researches in American medical Association have shown that Though DHT hormone can stimulate hair growth in puberty, in many individuals in has been found that the hair follicles react negatively to DHT in later life. With the high intake of green tea, the DHT is found in small quantities causing the growth of healthy and full hair.