Streamlining Vitamins

Posted by SKB on 01/04/2008

Ted, thank you. may I ask another...I have just lost hair due to alopecia areata. the 7th time. what are the very important suggestions to streamline vitamins? not the easiest time here. skb

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Usually people with alopecia either had a fungus problem or a deficiency problem. Although people where I live are not very cooperative making it impossible to give a clear remedies, but generally speaking a lemon and baking soda 2 tablespoon lemon plus 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda taken twice a day, preferably three times a day will help the capillary circulation.

The other is vitamin B complex, zinc, and soy milk (contains manganese). If it relates to a deficiency.

If it itches and a fungus problem a borax mixed with 1% H2O2 (be careful about the concentration not to exceed the figure) are applied to the head for 30 minutes at least before rinse or used as a shampoo. A borax can be used alone with water too, but it requires several months of use. Both the zinc and the borax seems to prevent DHT, but vitamin E is also helpful taken twice weekly.

Most of the problem I encounter is the regrowing of bald heads which is not possible. Doctors actually used hormones to create hair growth, but this also causes facial hair growth and in some cases I have seen is excess body hair growth, everywhere except the head!

Hair loss, for me is a difficult one for me, even if i do have success, if compared to a more fatal heart disease, kidney problems or chronic fatigue. Apparently the fatal kinds required simple answers (electrolytes and pH!) while skin problems and hair problems is due to subtle nutritional problems.

Most general hair problem usually most frequent problems is the zinc the vitamin B complex, and the sodium ascobate vitamin C. If hair loss, is still there it's usually the manganese. Hair thinning, the baking soda and lemon will deal with that problem.