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#21

You might want to look into magnesium oil as a topical. I’ve read that it reduces inflammation as well.


#22

resveratrol wont stop itchiness that is caused by DHT also extra sebum which is dietary related
You also need to be on a high potency hair vitamin and mineral instead of just magnesium , you cannot just add one or two supplements you have to attack from all angles

Not saying res might not be helpful but by itself it wont cure itchiness
I had horrible itchiness off and on for 20 yrs tried everything under the sun
when i addressed my dht with the dht blockers the itching stopped
not saying natural dht blockers will work on you , we all respond to different regimens

the naturals regimen is a bit bizarre if you ask me

» Natural,
»
» I have ben trying your regimen for a few weeks now. I am noticing I still
» have a low level of itchiness /sensitivity on the top of my head where I
» get shedding. Do you get this? Is there anything you would Rx for this?
» Also
»
» I browsed the IH website and the regimen Rx over there. They seem to use
» a lot of things not included in your regiemen. What is your thoughts on
» that regimen?
»
»
»
» » » » have only been shampooing about 2 times a week the last few months
» » » » my hair is growing like a weed
» » »
» » » …and you think it (the growing) has something to do with the
» limited
» » » number of times that you shampoo your hair?
» » »
» » » The Grunge Movement had (has) a similar philosophy.
» »
» » Actually i have not even been taking ANYTHING in my regimen , in about
» a
» » year or so
» » not intentional, just ran out and had a lot of personal distractions
» »
» » hair looks better than anytime in recent memory
» » certainly is not getting worse
» » first time i can remember being off my regimen hasnt devasted my hair,
» » before it would quickly wreak havoc
» »
» » i think i cant explain this situation, the side hair and back is so
» thick
» » its amazing
» » the top is very thick
» »
» » it was 2 yrs ago i used the niz cream on top for 4 months and it got so
» » thin i freaked out and stopped using it
» » but the next year the hair thickened up to way better than it was before
» i
» » started the niz cream
» »
» » strange


#23

» I am presently a NW 1.5. At my worst (which was about 2 1/2 years ago), I
» was a NW 2.5. I am in the 35 - 45 year age group. I have been on my
» curcumin and resveratrol regimen for over two years.
»
» During this time, I have been able to not only maintain, but also
» experience some thickening and light regrowth in the crown and temple areas
» (with the addition of supplements like MSM, tocotrienols, and Fo ti).

when you introduced toco into your regime did you notice an increase in shedding?

MSM is definiteley helping me, im seeing terminal hairs in the middle of my FOREHEAD, (as well as my temples, only 2 or 3 terminals there though) ive only been on it for 3 weeks, no doubt about it.

how long have you been on MSM for?


#24

» when you introduced toco into your regime did you notice an increase in
» shedding?

Never.

Tocotrienols did not stop my hair loss by themselves. But I do think that they slowed it down, as well as, thickened my hair.

» MSM is definiteley helping me, im seeing terminal hairs in the middle of
» my FOREHEAD, (as well as my temples, only 2 or 3 terminals there though)
» ive only been on it for 3 weeks, no doubt about it.
»
» how long have you been on MSM for?

I have been taking MSM since last summer. It also makes my hair thicker and stronger. But again, MSM not something that is going to stop one’s hair loss by itself.


#25

» resveratrol wont stop itchiness that is caused by DHT also extra sebum
» which is dietary related
» You also need to be on a high potency hair vitamin and mineral instead of
» just magnesium , you cannot just add one or two supplements you have to
» attack from all angles
»
» Not saying res might not be helpful but by itself it wont cure itchiness
» I had horrible itchiness off and on for 20 yrs tried everything under the
» sun
» when i addressed my dht with the dht blockers the itching stopped
» not saying natural dht blockers will work on you , we all respond to
» different regimens
»
» the naturals regimen is a bit bizarre if you ask me

Internally, the combination of resveratrol and curcumin has been shown to control psoriasis. Topically, I have read good things about magnesium oil’s ability to reduce inflammation.

DHT blockers, specifically beta sitosterol, caused scalp itchiness in more people than I care to mention here. Jacob can attest to this.

What is “bizarre” about my regimen :smiley: ?


#26

» » resveratrol wont stop itchiness that is caused by DHT also extra sebum
» » which is dietary related
» » You also need to be on a high potency hair vitamin and mineral instead
» of
» » just magnesium , you cannot just add one or two supplements you have to
» » attack from all angles
» »
» » Not saying res might not be helpful but by itself it wont cure
» itchiness
» » I had horrible itchiness off and on for 20 yrs tried everything under
» the
» » sun
» » when i addressed my dht with the dht blockers the itching stopped
» » not saying natural dht blockers will work on you , we all respond to
» » different regimens
» »
» » the naturals regimen is a bit bizarre if you ask me
»
»
» Internally, the combination of resveratrol and curcumin has been shown to
» control psoriasis. Topically, I have read good things about magnesium
» oil’s ability to reduce inflammation.
»
» DHT blockers, specifically beta sitosterol, caused scalp itchiness in more
» people than I care to mention here. Jacob can attest to this.
»
» What is “bizarre” about my regimen :smiley: ?

yes high doses of beta sis are to be avoided
i didnt add beta sis until 3 yrs into my regimen so its not needed


#27

» I use resveratrol 100 by Jarrow

I take this supplement…orally. But I have no idea if it helps with hairloss.

http://www.lef.org/Vitamins-Supplements/Item01413/Resveratrol-with-Pterostilbene.html


#28

» » when you introduced toco into your regime did you notice an increase in
» » shedding?
»
» Never.
»
» Tocotrienols did not stop my hair loss by themselves. But I do think that
» they slowed it down, as well as, thickened my hair.
»
» » MSM is definiteley helping me, im seeing terminal hairs in the middle
» of
» » my FOREHEAD, (as well as my temples, only 2 or 3 terminals there
» though)
» » ive only been on it for 3 weeks, no doubt about it.
» »
» » how long have you been on MSM for?
»
» I have been taking MSM since last summer. It also makes my hair thicker
» and stronger. But again, MSM not something that is going to stop one’s
» hair loss by itself.

Another reason to be on Maxi Hair
MSM is in Maxi Hair, in a decent amount

why go around buying so many individual supps


#29

» » I use resveratrol 100 by Jarrow
»
» I take this supplement…orally. But I have no idea if it helps with
» hairloss.
»
» http://www.lef.org/Vitamins-Supplements/Item01413/Resveratrol-with-Pterostilbene.html

Well, you will most likely not see a (hair) benefit with any resveratrol product until it is combined with curcumin. Now, the product that you are presently taking has 20 mg. of trans-resveratrol, much less than the Jarrow and Country Life brands (100 mg.)


#30

» Another reason to be on Maxi Hair
» MSM is in Maxi Hair, in a decent amount
»
» why go around buying so many individual supps

I have found that when a regimen is working well for me, the following will occur:

  1. Less restroom visits. Frequent urination is not a good sign for me. But daily bowel movement is. Multi-vitamins increase my restroom visits three fold, that is why I don’t take them. These type of supplements may, in fact, give my hair an initial boost (i.e. provide some thickness). But the results are never maintained for a significant period of time. In other words, these commercial hair loss supplements lose their effectiveness.
  2. More hours of uninterrupted, continuous sleep.
  3. Little to no itching on the scalp or anywhere else.
  4. No visible shed(ding) of hair in thinning areas.
  5. Less mirror time. Hair has become much more manageable, and seems to cover more area than before.

#31

The hair loss treatments regimen that works for me is soaking my hair with green tea and it works!

http://www.laofoyehair.com