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#21

Q: How many people in the Kutz household (of Polish descent) does it take to screw in a light bulb?

A: One to stand on a chair and hold the bulb. And the other two to spin the chair.

:rotfl:


#22

» Q: How many people in the Kutz household (of Polish descent) does it take
» to screw in a light bulb?
»
» A: One to stand on a chair and hold the bulb. And the other two to spin
» the chair.
»
» :rotfl:

Cole Poops has a lot of hair left

on his butt


#23

There are a few minerals that are required for hair loss treatment. Trace Mineral Silica is the most important mineral for healthy and beautiful hair. Include oats, barley, millet and whole wheat to your diet. A certain kind of iodine is very important for combating hair loss.


#24

» resveratrol, curcumin, and hair loss:
» 1.
» http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=2006087759&IA=IT2006000093&DISPLAY=DESC
»
» And the results: “…while the group treated with resveratrol and curcumin
» showed with great surprise a reduction, sometimes also relevant, in
» variable time periods. Moreover, during this testing, the patients treated
» with resveratrol and curcumin surprisingly showed positive improvements in
» the treatment of psoriasis and the attenuation and even a stop of the hair
» loss, a reduction of the hair graying and the rebirth of hair in bald areas
» sometimes even of the original color too.”
»
» curcumin and vitamin D:
» 1. http://www.naturalnews.com/026861_curcumin_vitamin_D3_disease.html
»
» tocotrienols and hair loss:
» 1.
» http://www.regrowhair.com/non-surgical-hair-loss-treatments/vitamin-e-for-hair-loss/
»
» vitamin C and hair:
» 1. http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/the-benefits-of-vitamin-c
»
» 2. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19416266
»
» MSM and hair:
» 1. http://www.naturodoc.com/library/medsmats/msm/MSM_benefits.htm
»
» 2.
» http://www.essential-foods.co.uk/MSM-Studien/Lawrence-Hair-Nail-Report.htm
»
»
» 3. http://www.hairloss-research.org/february3.html

Interesting, might give it a chance sometime… hm…


#25

http://safimedicalcare.ch/index.php?node=306&lng=2&rif=4568b7a791.


#26

Capsaicin
derived from capsicum annum, it desensitizes the primary sensory nerves, which makes for a long-lasting reversible suppression of sensory nerve activity. It is dependent on dosage, time of exposure, and the interval between consecutive doses.

Curcumine
derived from the plant curcuma longa, it reaches high concentrations in the skin, especially in the nail bed. It acts as an anti-inflammatory agent by inhibiting the tumor necrosis factor as well as Cox 1 and Cox 2; this results in the inhibition of prostaglandins synthesis.

Resveratrol
derived from poligonum cuspidatum, it is a potent antioxidant agent with an anti-inflammatory power. At skin-level, it has been reported to reverse signs of aging as well as aid in the prevention of skin cancer. Like the curcumine, resveratrol reduces serum cholesterol.


#27

After many experiments including things from your and Hanging’s regimen I am currently taking:

  • resveratrol & curcumin every other day
  • saw palmetto/pygeum on a dialy basis
  • no pill supplements for vitamins/minerals but oily fish nearly every day, seaweeds (good for iodine, vitamins and magnesium), kefir instead of milk
  • scalp very sensitive so using a ginger natural shampoo and clean scalp with an apple vinager/water mix once a week 10 minutes before shampoo.

It’s worth to mention that I am on a gluten-free regimen (I have developed some kinda allergy to gluten over the last few years) since I started to test some of the items listed above so it could have affected results. I also take hyaluronic acid but it’s more for joins (and as a added-value an excellent anti-ageing)

As a result no further hair loss and some apparent (but small) amount of regrowth. Nothing to report in any scientific review, but close friends & relatives have noticed a difference and have asked me what i did to have such results (yeah looks like a good coverage on top, receeding but that suits me). So many thanks to the gents posting useful stuff on the natural forum.

Regards

LL.


#28

LL, nice to read about your success. Also consider adding a pinch of cayenne pepper to your curcumin-resveratrol combination.

May you continue to grow :-)!


#29

http://healthyfixx.com/33/why-vitamin-a-is-more-important-than-you-think


#30

» http://healthyfixx.com/33/why-vitamin-a-is-more-important-than-you-think

The entire board still awaits your pics…fool.


#31

» http://healthyfixx.com/33/why-vitamin-a-is-more-important-than-you-think

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I was wondering who wrote it. LOL!

Come on TN…out of all the sources out there :wink:


#32

What’s your regimen, you little Pole in a clown suit.


#33

:smiley:


#34

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/028617_vitamin_A_D.html#ixzz1SoBeFXpm


#35

Profollica Hair Loss Treatment - http://www.profollica.com Just wanted to write and say that I’m VERY satisfied with my purchase.


#36

Most people assume that only men suffer from hair loss condition. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Although it is basically true that millions of men suffer from hair loss dilemmas, there are countless of women all over the world who are also victims of hair loss and the numbers appear to be fast rising each day.

http://stophairlossforum.com/


#37

To stop the hair loss naturally is the most common and inexpensive solution. There are many hair loss treatment in the whole world but to prevent the hair fall nauturally by eating healthy diet is the best treatment.


#38

There are more remedies for hair loss like Nioxin and Reloxe! They are good in hair growth.


#39

I am suffering from a hair loss since last one year. My consultant suggested me to use minoxidil 20 for few weeks. After using it for two months I got a wonderful effects and it really works for my hair.


#40

Argan oil is not as popular as the other types of oil such as virgin coconut oil or tea tree oil; and when this is mentioned to some people, they often ask what is argan oil. This natural oil is derived from the kernels of Argan tree through a process called extraction. In this process, the oil is hand pressed from the kernel; a process that takes hours. This has been a culture or tradition of the people of Morocco because they have been using the oil for various purposes such as for their cooking and also for cosmetic purposes. The women of Morocco keep their hair and skin healthy and shiny by applying this oil daily.