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#1

It has been one month since I started a natural regimen inspired by research papers, patent applications and other good advice found on hairsite. I was almost completely bald on the crown but to my great satisfaction, I have achieved decent regrowth in the first month, which can be seen in the selection below (note the two small birth marks at the centre of the picture)

I will post on a monthly basis - hopefully this is only the beginning!

Herbalfreak


#2

This is the kind of photo I hope to see when someone talks about improvement.

Amazing to see results in one month.

Well done and good luck.


#3

Thanks for sharing. Please keep us posted on a regular basis.


#4

» It has been one month since I started a natural regimen inspired by
» research papers, patent applications and other good advice found on
» hairsite. I was almost completely bald on the crown but to my great
» satisfaction, I have achieved decent regrowth in the first month, which can
» be seen in the selection below (note the two small birth marks at the
» centre of the picture)
»
» I will post on a monthly basis - hopefully this is only the beginning!
»
» Herbalfreak
»
»

you also might want to add Maxi hair or Ultra Hair by Natures Plus, and a good mineral
they will only boost your benefits


#5

Now that’s the way to post pictures, nice and clear, good shots. What’s in your herbal shampoo?


#6

Herbal extracts and natural soap (olive oil based). The herbs are rosemary, thyme, sage, lavender. I have also added licorice root and polygonium multiflorum root. I make it by boiling the herbs and roots and mix it with the melted soap.


#7

Awesome photo documentation man :slight_smile: keep it up :slight_smile:


#8

Great photo comparison, reminds me of Waseda. Can you post a picture that shows the overall thinning of the entire head? Just wonder what norwood class are you.


#9

Thank you for the support.

Attached is a picture of my scalp. The left picture was take first week of may, and the right one is taken yesterday.

Another close up:

Again, the left picture is one month ago, and the right one is taken yesterday.

Note birthmarks in left side and in the right upper corner


#10

» Thank you for the support.
»
» Attached is a picture of my scalp. The left picture was take first week of
» may, and the right one is taken yesterday.
»
»


»
» Another close up:
»
» Again, the left picture is one month ago, and the right one is taken
» yesterday.
»
» Note birthmarks in left side and in the right upper corner
»
»

Great!

I work like a detective :slight_smile: What is actually in your topical: Homemade herbal ?

Does your topical contain Polygonium Multiflorum root?

Regards
Pete


#11

The topical is grape seed flour, licorice root and polygonium multiflorum root extracted i 60% methanol. I use around 100 gram of GS flour with 0,5 liters of methanol, add a few ounces of chopped licorice root and a few slices of the PM root and let it dissolve in a sealed glass bottle.


#12

Methanol???

Methanol (Wood Alcohol) is poisonous and is no meant to be applied to the skin. You probably should switch to either ethanol (grain alcohol) or isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.

Didn’t Waseda use He Shou Wu in his regimen?


#13

» The topical is grape seed flour, licorice root and polygonium multiflorum
» root extracted i 60% methanol. I use around 100 gram of GS flour with 0,5
» liters of methanol, add a few ounces of chopped licorice root and a few
» slices of the PM root and let it dissolve in a sealed glass bottle.

Im very glad you have included polygonium multiflorum in your topical.
The other factors that you may want to look into are inflammation and bloodflow and add further ingredients to cover these.

Regards
Pete


#14

» Methanol???
»
» Methanol (Wood Alcohol) is poisonous and is no meant to be applied to the
» skin. You probably should switch to either ethanol (grain alcohol) or
» isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
»
» Didn’t Waseda use He Shou Wu in his regimen?

Sorry my mistake - it is Ethanol of course :wink:


#15

» » Methanol???
» »
» » Methanol (Wood Alcohol) is poisonous and is no meant to be applied to
» the
» » skin. You probably should switch to either ethanol (grain alcohol) or
» » isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
» »
» » Didn’t Waseda use He Shou Wu in his regimen?
»
»
» Sorry my mistake - it is Ethanol of course :wink:

whatever you are doing keep it up, its working
i still say you should get on a super hair vitamin


#16

Nice results. I wish you continued success.

And I see that your regimen includes He Shou Wu (as does the Shen Min hair vitamin).


#17

Great Results!

One observation (do correct me if it’s just my imagination), in all after pics your scalp has LESS pinkness in it - probably a sign of less inflammation. BTW, did you scalp used to itch a lot? how is it now?

I have very itchy scalp and after looking at your pics, I’m may just start following your regime. When do you apply the oil…bedtime?


#18

I have a suggestion.

  1. Try your system with a couple of friends.

  2. If they also get good results as you open a company and sell your product.

  3. Get rich and make millions happy.


#19

» It has been one month since I started a natural regimen inspired by
» research papers, patent applications and other good advice found on
» hairsite. I was almost completely bald on the crown but to my great
» satisfaction, I have achieved decent regrowth in the first month, which can
» be seen in the selection below (note the two small birth marks at the
» centre of the picture)
»
» I will post on a monthly basis - hopefully this is only the beginning!
»
» Herbalfreak
»
»

sorry to say but i see less redness

but the results simply cannot be that noticeable in a month
i could take 100 different pics under different lighting on the same day, and post them as before and after and guys would ooh and aaah at the amazing transformation

1 month is not enough to get results


#20

I’m glad that this guy is happy. But I don’t see much of a result as well… Longer hair for sure but any more hair?..