Gray Hair Prevention and Cure

by Shaun Damon


A person's hair is widely considered to be one of his or her most identifiable features. Thick, lush and vibrant hair has always been seen as a very beneficial accent to a person's overall aesthetic appearance. Therefore it is no wonder why a number of people will get very worried as soon as they see the first gray hair on their head. grey hair is even more of a concern when it happens to someone that is relatively young primarily because of the fact that it is also widely considered to be a very prominent sign of aging. However, a lot of people completely ignore the fact that gray hair could easily be the result of one of a number of different reasons. For example, stress is considered to be one of the most common causes for the development of gray hair. Hereditary also plays its part and if one or both parents of an individual suffered from premature graying of the hair, chances are that their offspring will do so as well. One must also be aware of the chemicals present in most of our hair products could also damage the hair considerably. Most of the new age hair care products contain certain chemicals that, at some level or the other, play a role in destroying the core cellular structure of the hair as well as its natural color.

One should be aware of the fact that gray hair is a very common and widespread concern. Keeping this truth in mind, a number of home remedies have been developed and tested all over the world to help people rid themselves of this mentally disturbing occurrence. Indian gooseberry is highly regarded as being one of the best remedies when it comes to regaining a person's natural hair color. The most effective preparation would be to soak the fruit in some coconut oil over the course of the night and boil the mixture in the morning until all that's left is a charred residue. This charred residue should again be combined with coconut oil and gently massaged into the hair on a regular basis. Another option would be to combine some lemon juice with a little castor oil and beat together till it turns frothy. Adding some amount of the flower Hina/Henna to it will boost its effectiveness considerably. Your diet also plays a significant role in enriching your hair color, so make sure that you have a healthy intake of vitamins A and B. Minerals like zinc, iron and copper are also known to help keep the hair healthy.


Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautionary measures while following instructions on the home remedies from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.
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