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Ginger is a great remedy for thinning hair. And that’s because it stimulates scalp circulation and boosts hair growth. Plus, it helps to prevent shrinking of hair follicles. Let’s get to know more about ginger…
This aromatic, pungent, and spicy root is liberally used in Asian kitchens. In India, adrak wali chai or ginger-infused tea is a household favorite, and it’s also a natural antidote for cold, cough, and headache.
Ginger is native to Asia. During the 13th and 14th centuries, ginger and black pepper were commonly traded spices to Europe. These spices were exorbitantly priced and were out of reach of the common man — one pound of ginger would cost the equivalent of one sheep
Ginger helps to boost hair growth in three ways. Its warming and stimulating effects increase scalp circulation and encourage healthy hair growth. Ginger contains antioxidant gingerol, which neutralises hair damaging free radical and thus save your hair from thinning.
Those of you who are losing hair on the top of the head (also known as androgenic alopecia), ginger works by inhibiting the enzyme 5α-reductase. It’s the enzyme that plays a major role in converting testosterone into DHT (dihydrotestosterone). When there’s excess DHT, it causes the hair follicles to shrink which then produces weak hair that falls out easily. So if you are looking for a natural alternative to reduce DHT, ginger may be your answer to getting rid of androgenic alopecia.
Ginger is also a great hair conditioner. Rich in minerals and essential oils, it makes hair more manageable, softer and shinier. Besides, ginger is a useful remedy for dandruff and dry, itchy scalp. It contains natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties that help keep scalp healthy and clean.
Overall, ginger boosts hair growth, protects hair from thinning and makes hair shiny and soft. Let’s see how to use this amazing herb.
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