Say Goodbye to Hair Loss Forever By Using These 2 Ingredient Daily

Long before chemical or surgical hair restoration people around the world have been using natural remedies to nourish the scalp and keep hair thick and healthy.  

There are around dozens of common causes for hair loss and hair thinning including stress, skin infection, medications, age, heredity, and sudden change in diet.

Whatever your case may be, the remedy that we are going to provide you when used regularly can help you to regrow, or thicken, your hair.

Everyone loses approximately 100 hairs per day, but if you are losing much more than that, or losing hair in patches, you should see your doctor.

If you are told that your hair loss is natural, there are many ways to fight it. 

One of the oldest hair loss remedies is stinging nettles, nettles is the common name for the herbal plant, also commonly called Stinging Nettle.

Just knowing the name alone tells me that it could be a topical irritant.

The medicinal parts of Nettles are the fresh and dried flowering plant and roots.

Nettle plants grow about 2-3 feet tall and have dark green leaves, where the flowers are covered with tiny stinging hairs.

The environmental toxins are mostly affecting the levels of these 5 hormones: cortisol, dihydrotestosterone, insulin, estrogen and thyroid hormone.

Disrupting these hormones usually results in weight gain, acne, infertility, irregular periods and hair loss.

1. Estrogen
Estrogen, also known as the female hormone can cause bloating, breast tenderness and irregular periods if it exceeds the safe levels in the body. The toxins from the environment slow down the estrogen metabolism which results in numerous health problems.


2. Insulin
Insulin is responsible for controlling your blood sugar levels. Too much of it can cause insulin resistance, a condition which results in sluggish metabolism and other imbalances. As insulin is one of the most important hormones in the body, the body can’t control all other hormones when insulin goes rogue.

3. Dihydrotestosterone
This hormone is the main androgen hormone in the body and the most powerful version of testosterone. Too much of it can cause gynecomastia, male pattern baldness, male-pattern hair growth in females and prostate enlargement.

4. Thyroid hormone
The thyroid hormone rules the metabolism – it controls your growth rate, how your body burns fuel and other important processes. Thyroid hormone deficiencies are very dangerous and may lead to fatigue, dry and brittle nails, bowel irregularity and weight gain.

5. Cortisol
Cortisol is also called the stress hormone and can cause many problems if there’s too much or too little of it. Excess cortisol can result in elevated blood sugar levels, fatigue, weight gain and fatty liver disease, while cortisol deficiency may weaken your immune system and cause cravings and exhaustion.

How stinging nettle can balance your hormones
This plant is useful for the following condition:
*Anemia
*Cough
*Eczema
*Enlarged prostate
*Hair growth
*Lowers blood sugar
*Lowers blood pressure and supports heart healty
*Muscle and joint pain
*Pregnancy and breastfeeding support
*Seasonal allergies
*Urinary tract infection

Although a healthy diet and lifestyle is vital in order to regain hormonal balance, there’s a simple drink that can help as well. Stinging nettle is a herb which can restore your hormonal balance easily.

Hormone balancing drink
Ingredients:
1 l. of water
Dry nettle leaves

Preparation:
Bring the water to a boil, the pour it over half a cup of dried leaves and let the tea infuse for 4-10 hours on room temperature. Drink 1 l. of the nettle tea every day – you can add some honey for a nicely flavored cold drink.

To avoid making a new batch of the tea every day, make 2-3 l. and keep the tea in the fridge.

Warning: avoid drinking the nettle tea if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.

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