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#1

Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other all natural topical can I add to help with hair loss?

Thank you


#2

» Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other all natural
» topical can I add to help with hair loss?
»
» Thank you

I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s a topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20% more hair after 3 months.

I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.

Good luck


#3

THanks for the response, but $90 a month is a lot of money AND more importantly it contains colloidal silver which is dangerous as it can turn the skin a permanent blue/grey. Please be careful with this!


» » Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other all
» natural
» » topical can I add to help with hair loss?
» »
» » Thank you
»
» I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s a
» topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20% more hair
» after 3 months.
»
» I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.
»
» Good luck


#4

Thanks Drew…
did a ton of research on the silver thing, the link you sent is about hyped up totally extreme cases. I would have to drink/ingest 2.5 bottles of the topical hair product for at least a year before I could get anything like that to happen to me. To change skin coloration people had to DRINK 8 ounces a day for 2 years straight. That’s cookoo.

This product I like is a topical first off and couldn’t expose me to those levels if I tried.

Silver generally is not dangerous, it’s used for babies as an antibiotic, and in hospitals to disinfect burn victims… silver polymers are being used to treat sars virus.

It’s only extreme amounts taken internally that will cause Argyria (change in the skin). I’ve done serious research about it because I also use a collodial silver soap for my acne (which works really well by the way).

Both my acne and my hair levels have improved so your concerns about these colloids are misguided.

Just wanted to let you know. I agree about the price though man, 90 is steep. I bought 2 bottles up front to get the discount, think it was $65 for the second bottle…

Overall, hair is worth that much to me, don’t know why, but it just is.

Originally, I spoke with a woman at their company, because I had never heard of this mineral idea. One thing I liked: she said what you grow with this you keep, it doesn’t fall out later if you stop using the product. So after a few months I’ll just go on an intermittent maintenance dose. The minerals don’t have to be an ongoing every-day yearly protocol pain in the ass.

So far there is no shed, no irritations to my scalp, no drying our of my skin and only growth (I’m psyched). There’s no physical way my scalp can turn blue from the trace amounts of silver in their formula.

seriously worth checking out…

» THanks for the response, but $90 a month is a lot of money AND more
» importantly it contains colloidal silver which is dangerous as it can turn
» the skin a permanent blue/grey. Please be careful with this!
»
» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahihGKZC5Kk&NR=1
» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12GaB4Wz_-g
»
» » » Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other all
» » natural
» » » topical can I add to help with hair loss?
» » »
» » » Thank you
» »
» » I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s a
» » topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20% more
» hair
» » after 3 months.
» »
» » I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.
» »
» » Good luck


#5

Hey, I hope you are right. If you watched the video, the man said he drank it for years and it was not until he started rubbing it on his skin/face that it ended up turning his skin blue. He still drinks it to this day but stopped rubbing it on his skin and says is has lightened up some - he also said he drinks less.

So in his case, it was the administration to the skin that turned him blue (what he claims in the interview anyways). He said it was so gradual that he did not notice the changes nor did his girlfriend and it was not until a friend stopped by one day and aksed what he did to his skin that he noticed the change.

Nonetheless, i am sure you are right as the concentration you are using it probably very small compared to his straight, pure doses.

Just be careful, sounds like you know an awful lot about his but I would rather be bald then blue =P

Glad to hear it is helping the hair though!

» Thanks Drew…
» did a ton of research on the silver thing, the link you sent is about
» hyped up totally extreme cases. I would have to drink/ingest 2.5 bottles of
» the topical hair product for at least a year before I could get anything
» like that to happen to me. To change skin coloration people had to DRINK 8
» ounces a day for 2 years straight. That’s cookoo.
»
» This product I like is a topical first off and couldn’t expose me to those
» levels if I tried.
»
» Silver generally is not dangerous, it’s used for babies as an antibiotic,
» and in hospitals to disinfect burn victims… silver polymers are being
» used to treat sars virus.
»
» It’s only extreme amounts taken internally that will cause Argyria (change
» in the skin). I’ve done serious research about it because I also use a
» collodial silver soap for my acne (which works really well by the way).
»
» Both my acne and my hair levels have improved so your concerns about these
» colloids are misguided.
»
» Just wanted to let you know. I agree about the price though man, 90 is
» steep. I bought 2 bottles up front to get the discount, think it was $65
» for the second bottle…
»
» Overall, hair is worth that much to me, don’t know why, but it just is.
»
» Originally, I spoke with a woman at their company, because I had never
» heard of this mineral idea. One thing I liked: she said what you grow with
» this you keep, it doesn’t fall out later if you stop using the product. So
» after a few months I’ll just go on an intermittent maintenance dose. The
» minerals don’t have to be an ongoing every-day yearly protocol pain in the
» ass.
»
» So far there is no shed, no irritations to my scalp, no drying our of my
» skin and only growth (I’m psyched). There’s no physical way my scalp can
» turn blue from the trace amounts of silver in their formula.
»
» seriously worth checking out…
»
» » THanks for the response, but $90 a month is a lot of money AND more
» » importantly it contains colloidal silver which is dangerous as it can
» turn
» » the skin a permanent blue/grey. Please be careful with this!
» »
» » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahihGKZC5Kk&NR=1
» » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12GaB4Wz_-g
» »
» » » » Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other all
» » » natural
» » » » topical can I add to help with hair loss?
» » » »
» » » » Thank you
» » »
» » » I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s a
» » » topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20%
» more
» » hair
» » » after 3 months.
» » »
» » » I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.
» » »
» » » Good luck


#6

No in his case what caused it was ingesting way too much for way too long. He’s a total fool. I could spray this stuff on my head for ten years everyday I couldn’t get close to what he ingested. His is a very, very absurd and extreme case; he was basically being an idiot and not using silver anywhere near as it’s prescribed. Think about it, people use collodial silver all over the world, you’d be hearing and seeing about “blue people” all the time otherwise.

I’m not kidding about this product working for me, I wouldn’t be recommending it otherwise. I’m getting results and absolutely not a single side effect. It hasn’t been on the market that long which is why people haven’t heard of it. Curious what else you have against it?

I’m learning everything I can right now about the connection between hair loss and minerals, it seems to be the cutting edge. They’ve known zinc is a factor, but copper and iron are the latest finds. DHT is not the only culprit. It’s one cause, but not the one and only…

which is good news for all of us,

cheers!

» Hey, I hope you are right. If you watched the video, the man said he drank
» it for years and it was not until he started rubbing it on his skin/face
» that it ended up turning his skin blue. He still drinks it to this day but
» stopped rubbing it on his skin and says is has lightened up some - he also
» said he drinks less.
»
» So in his case, it was the administration to the skin that turned him blue
» (what he claims in the interview anyways). He said it was so gradual that
» he did not notice the changes nor did his girlfriend and it was not until a
» friend stopped by one day and aksed what he did to his skin that he noticed
» the change.
»
» Nonetheless, i am sure you are right as the concentration you are using it
» probably very small compared to his straight, pure doses.
»
» Just be careful, sounds like you know an awful lot about his but I would
» rather be bald then blue =P
»
» Glad to hear it is helping the hair though!
»
» » Thanks Drew…
» » did a ton of research on the silver thing, the link you sent is about
» » hyped up totally extreme cases. I would have to drink/ingest 2.5 bottles
» of
» » the topical hair product for at least a year before I could get
» anything
» » like that to happen to me. To change skin coloration people had to
» DRINK 8
» » ounces a day for 2 years straight. That’s cookoo.
» »
» » This product I like is a topical first off and couldn’t expose me to
» those
» » levels if I tried.
» »
» » Silver generally is not dangerous, it’s used for babies as an
» antibiotic,
» » and in hospitals to disinfect burn victims… silver polymers are
» being
» » used to treat sars virus.
» »
» » It’s only extreme amounts taken internally that will cause Argyria
» (change
» » in the skin). I’ve done serious research about it because I also use a
» » collodial silver soap for my acne (which works really well by the way).
» »
» » Both my acne and my hair levels have improved so your concerns about
» these
» » colloids are misguided.
» »
» » Just wanted to let you know. I agree about the price though man, 90 is
» » steep. I bought 2 bottles up front to get the discount, think it was
» $65
» » for the second bottle…
» »
» » Overall, hair is worth that much to me, don’t know why, but it just is.
»
» »
» » Originally, I spoke with a woman at their company, because I had never
» » heard of this mineral idea. One thing I liked: she said what you grow
» with
» » this you keep, it doesn’t fall out later if you stop using the product.
» So
» » after a few months I’ll just go on an intermittent maintenance dose.
» The
» » minerals don’t have to be an ongoing every-day yearly protocol pain in
» the
» » ass.
» »
» » So far there is no shed, no irritations to my scalp, no drying our of
» my
» » skin and only growth (I’m psyched). There’s no physical way my scalp
» can
» » turn blue from the trace amounts of silver in their formula.
» »
» » seriously worth checking out…
» »
» » » THanks for the response, but $90 a month is a lot of money AND more
» » » importantly it contains colloidal silver which is dangerous as it can
» » turn
» » » the skin a permanent blue/grey. Please be careful with this!
» » »
» » » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahihGKZC5Kk&NR=1
» » » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12GaB4Wz_-g
» » »
» » » » » Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other
» all
» » » » natural
» » » » » topical can I add to help with hair loss?
» » » » »
» » » » » Thank you
» » » »
» » » » I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s a
» » » » topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20%
» » more
» » » hair
» » » » after 3 months.
» » » »
» » » » I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.
» » » »
» » » » Good luck


#7

I have nothing against it, I concur that there are other variables aside from DHT however I would not ever risk the use of collodial silver, it is just far too contoversial and I would not risk the skin changes no matter how small the risk may be.

I have heard of other cases and seen other cases on tv of others who have had the same reaction - I know it is a very minimal risk given the concentration, but I would personally never feel comfortable applying that to my skin knowing it could have that effect even if it is a 1/10 000 chance etc.

Keep us posted on how things go with your results and again, I am really glad for you.

» No in his case what caused it was ingesting way too much for way too long.
» He’s a total fool. I could spray this stuff on my head for ten years
» everyday I couldn’t get close to what he ingested. His is a very, very
» absurd and extreme case; he was basically being an idiot and not using
» silver anywhere near as it’s prescribed. Think about it, people use
» collodial silver all over the world, you’d be hearing and seeing about
» “blue people” all the time otherwise.
»
» I’m not kidding about this product working for me, I wouldn’t be
» recommending it otherwise. I’m getting results and absolutely not a single
» side effect. It hasn’t been on the market that long which is why people
» haven’t heard of it. Curious what else you have against it?
»
» I’m learning everything I can right now about the connection between hair
» loss and minerals, it seems to be the cutting edge. They’ve known zinc is
» a factor, but copper and iron are the latest finds. DHT is not the only
» culprit. It’s one cause, but not the one and only…
»
» which is good news for all of us,
»
» cheers!
»
»
» » Hey, I hope you are right. If you watched the video, the man said he
» drank
» » it for years and it was not until he started rubbing it on his
» skin/face
» » that it ended up turning his skin blue. He still drinks it to this day
» but
» » stopped rubbing it on his skin and says is has lightened up some - he
» also
» » said he drinks less.
» »
» » So in his case, it was the administration to the skin that turned him
» blue
» » (what he claims in the interview anyways). He said it was so gradual
» that
» » he did not notice the changes nor did his girlfriend and it was not
» until a
» » friend stopped by one day and aksed what he did to his skin that he
» noticed
» » the change.
» »
» » Nonetheless, i am sure you are right as the concentration you are using
» it
» » probably very small compared to his straight, pure doses.
» »
» » Just be careful, sounds like you know an awful lot about his but I
» would
» » rather be bald then blue =P
» »
» » Glad to hear it is helping the hair though!
» »
» » » Thanks Drew…
» » » did a ton of research on the silver thing, the link you sent is about
» » » hyped up totally extreme cases. I would have to drink/ingest 2.5
» bottles
» » of
» » » the topical hair product for at least a year before I could get
» » anything
» » » like that to happen to me. To change skin coloration people had to
» » DRINK 8
» » » ounces a day for 2 years straight. That’s cookoo.
» » »
» » » This product I like is a topical first off and couldn’t expose me to
» » those
» » » levels if I tried.
» » »
» » » Silver generally is not dangerous, it’s used for babies as an
» » antibiotic,
» » » and in hospitals to disinfect burn victims… silver polymers are
» » being
» » » used to treat sars virus.
» » »
» » » It’s only extreme amounts taken internally that will cause Argyria
» » (change
» » » in the skin). I’ve done serious research about it because I also use
» a
» » » collodial silver soap for my acne (which works really well by the
» way).
» » »
» » » Both my acne and my hair levels have improved so your concerns about
» » these
» » » colloids are misguided.
» » »
» » » Just wanted to let you know. I agree about the price though man, 90
» is
» » » steep. I bought 2 bottles up front to get the discount, think it was
» » $65
» » » for the second bottle…
» » »
» » » Overall, hair is worth that much to me, don’t know why, but it just
» is.
» »
» » »
» » » Originally, I spoke with a woman at their company, because I had
» never
» » » heard of this mineral idea. One thing I liked: she said what you
» grow
» » with
» » » this you keep, it doesn’t fall out later if you stop using the
» product.
» » So
» » » after a few months I’ll just go on an intermittent maintenance dose.
» » The
» » » minerals don’t have to be an ongoing every-day yearly protocol pain
» in
» » the
» » » ass.
» » »
» » » So far there is no shed, no irritations to my scalp, no drying our of
» » my
» » » skin and only growth (I’m psyched). There’s no physical way my scalp
» » can
» » » turn blue from the trace amounts of silver in their formula.
» » »
» » » seriously worth checking out…
» » »
» » » » THanks for the response, but $90 a month is a lot of money AND more
» » » » importantly it contains colloidal silver which is dangerous as it
» can
» » » turn
» » » » the skin a permanent blue/grey. Please be careful with this!
» » » »
» » » » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahihGKZC5Kk&NR=1
» » » » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12GaB4Wz_-g
» » » »
» » » » » » Hi, I started using Emu oil daily with some success, what other
» » all
» » » » » natural
» » » » » » topical can I add to help with hair loss?
» » » » » »
» » » » » » Thank you
» » » » »
» » » » » I don’t know what’s best for you, but I’m using naturalcrown it’s
» a
» » » » » topical mineral formula, great results. I have probably 15 to 20%
» » » more
» » » » hair
» » » » » after 3 months.
» » » » »
» » » » » I like emu oil, but didn’t notice much of anything.
» » » » »
» » » » » Good luck