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Natural cure for Hair loss.

Hair grows in a certain cycle, every months resting hair falls out and new hair starts to grows in its place. If it's normal to shed some air each day some of us though, experience excessive hair loss.
Most hair problems are caused by incorrect diet, stress, excessive exposure to the sun, pollution, rain water, effects of drugs taken. About 40 % of women suffer hair loss during menopause.

Natural herbal remedies to treat Hair loss.
A diet of lean proteins and minerals such as Iron, Zinc, Vitamins B 7, B 12 and foods sources of Calcium and Casein are a cure.

Hibiscus lotion
Heat a glassful of coconut and fry 8 to 10 flowers of Hibiscus-rosa sinensis in it. Cool, filter and apply as hair oil.

Honey-Egg lotion
Take honey and egg yolk and make a mixture of both. Massage the scalp and hair with this preparation and leave for 30 minutes before washing.

Our favorit:  Eclipta alba lotion
The  false daisy (Eclipta alba - Eclipta prostrata) powder or juice must be boiled with olive, sesame or coconut oil and massaged into the scalp as hair tonic to prevent hair loss and early grey-haired. The same oil may also be used as a topical tanning oil.


All herbs

Adenosma indianum - Aegle marmelos Correa - Aganosma marginata - Adenosma indianum - Allium satium - Allium tuberosum - Aleo vera - Alpinia galanga - Alpinia officinarum - Alstonia scholaris - Amomum krervanh - Andrographis paniculata - Arachis hypogaea - Boesenbergia pandurata - Bridelia burmanica - Canaga odorata - Capsicum annuum - Capsicum frutescens - Carica papaya - Carthamus tinctorius  - Cassia angustifolia - Cassia tora - Centella asiatica - Cinnamomum cassia - Clitoria ternatea - Coriandrum sativum - Curcuma Longa - Cymbopogon citratus - Eclipta prostrata - Elettaria cardamomum - Equisetum arvense  - Ganoderma lucidum - Ginkgo biloba - Glycine max - Hibiscus rosa-sinensis - Illicium verum - Jasmine - Lycium barbarum - Medicago sativa - Momordica charantia - Morinda officinalis - Moringa oliefera - Myristica fragrans - Nelumbo nucifera - Ocymum basilicum - Panax ginseng - Perilla frutescens - Phaseolus vulgaris - Phyllanthus emblica - Piper nigrum - Plumeriaalba - Plantago ovata - Ricinus - Sesamum indicum - Styrax tonkinense - Sassafras - Terminalia chebula  - Tribulus terrestris  - Zingiber officinale

- Lavit KHAM  B.Sc (Chemistry),B.Pharm, MPS,MAACP, MNHAA
Medicinal Plants of Cambodia Habitat, Chemical constituents and Ethno botanical Uses
Bendigo Scientific Press   ISBN 0-646-43703-8  / 9780646437033
- Somanith BOUAMANIVONG & Onvilay SOURIYA Ministry of Health, Traditional Medicine Research Center, Editor Prof. Dr. Bouhong SOUTHAVONG, Vientiane 2005.
- Lily, M. PERRY. Medicinal Plants of East and Southeast Asia, London, England 1978
- WHO Regional Publications, Western Pacific Series No 2
- Jules VIDAL, Noms vernaculaires de plantes (LAO, MEO, KHA) 1959
- Medicinal Plants in China 1989
- C. Pierce SALGUERO A Thai Herbal, Traditional Recipes for Health and Harmony, 2005
Silkworm Books   ISBN 974-9575-74-1 

- Dr. Sabine WILKINS Plant Physiology & Dr. Pauline Mc CABE Naturopathy, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
Prof. Roger KING, Pharmacology Toxicology, Monash University, Australia.
Chea SOK MENG, Cambodian pharmacist
Prof, Ka SUNBAUNAT Cambodian psychiatrist, Vice Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Phnom Penh.

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