Ayurvedic hair oil product
Tomma
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Ayurvedic hair oil product

Hello!
I am 40 years old and have hair falling problem,
I knew Ayurvedic medicine is famous in the world,
Anyone can recommend some Ayurvedic hair product for me?
Is it works?
Thanks!!!

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#2
| Omnipresent
Recommending one online would not work I think. Better to visit an Ayurvedic practitioner near you and get recommendations from him.
#3
| Loud Noisy Bird
Is it works?


Probably not. The last time I read some honest packaging (I'm loosing my hair too!) it actually said the particular product would not reverse what I think is called male-pattern balding.

But wait... a couple of decades ago in London, a colleague with very little hair tried a Chinese herbal lotion. We all thought we saw some slight growth of fluff on his otherwise shiny head. Seriously! But it was very expensive, and he decided he was used to being bald, so the thing wasn't given further chance. Given your location, this is something you might look into.

Good luck!
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Originally posted by: aarosh View Post

Recommending one online would not work I think. Better to visit an Ayurvedic practitioner near you and get recommendations from him.



There are no Ayurvedic doctor in Hong Kong,
I hope can find in the future :D


Originally posted by: Nick-H View Post

Probably not. The last time I read some honest packaging (I'm loosing my hair too!) it actually said the particular product would not reverse what I think is called male-pattern balding.

But wait... a couple of decades ago in London, a colleague with very little hair tried a Chinese herbal lotion. We all thought we saw some slight growth of fluff on his otherwise shiny head. Seriously! But it was very expensive, and he decided he was used to being bald, so the thing wasn't given further chance. Given your location, this is something you might look into.

Good luck!


Thanks for your help!
If the money can solve the problem,
Prince William will have hair......haha
#5
| Clueless

Originally posted by: tomma View Post

hello!
I am 40 years old and have hair falling problem,
i knew ayurvedic medicine is famous in the wor


Originally posted by: tomma View Post


if the money can solve the problem,


fuss ~$10,000+
#6
| Loud Noisy Bird
fuss ~$10,000+


I can say that my colleague got some fuzz at about 30GBP a bottle back in the late 90s.

Wonder what is the cost of Chinese herbal treatment in its own part of the world? It seems to be big business in some other places. My wife visited a recommended doctor in Singapore, and came away with a bill larger than the cost of the hifi amplifier I had just resisted buying. I was not happy :ranting:!
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#7
| Clueless

Originally posted by: Nick-H View Post

I can say that my colleague got some fuzz at about 30GBP a bottle back in the late 90s.


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#8
| Chingona y Curandera
To the OP, are you a man or woman? Because there's a huge difference between male pattern baldness, for example, and hair loss from thyroid disease, the latter of which I am an expert. There are other factors that cause hair loss such as hormones, vitamin deficiency, etc., so to say that one thing won't work is just plain wrong.

Why don't you try Rogaine aka minoxidil? By the way, it takes a minimum of 3 months to see results because that is the natural pattern of hair growth even with a minoxidil product. There ARE ayurvedic pills and oils so go see an ayurvedic dr as someone suggested.

You also have to keep using a product for as long as you want hair growth, i.e., the rest of your life, or else you're back to square 1.
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#9
| Maha Guru Member
You can ask this person for advise.


Or this person.
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#11
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Originally posted by: ananda2193 View Post

You can ask this person for advise.


Dude, my wax lady can help this guy! :D
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#12
| Loud Noisy Bird
Were wax ladies a precursor to the inflatable doll? I guess they would have melted! [whoa]



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