Thursday, 19 September 2013

Onion Juice for preventing hair loss

The scientific name of non-scarring hair loss condition is called as "Alopecia areata". Onion Juice for Hair Loss and greying Hair is an effective medication and it works in a little long term like month or two months. Current therapeutic options for Alopecia areata are limited, and there is no effective prevention for recurrent hair loss.

Onion juice helps by providing nourishment and circulation to the hair follicles.  It also kills germs, parasites, and is helpful in treating some fungi infections, all of which can aid in prevention of hair loss. So onions are also effect in treating some minor fungal infection in scalp, dry or itchy scalp. 

One study from the Journal of Dermatology found that just after four weeks of using onion juice, 74% of individuals with alopecia areata experienced significant hair regrowth. Within six weeks of using onion juice, 84% of the individuals were reported to have hair regrowth.

How to Use

1. Get some fresh onion (better is smaller/medium in size)
2. Just peel the onion, cut it in half and put it in the juicer and crush them
3. Put them in a sieve cloth and extract the liquid
4. Apply the liquid on your scalp, you can also apply blended onion, No problem
5. Keep it half and hour to one hour
6. Wash you hairs

Few other points

1. While applying it might stink a little, but try to avoid it, because it will have awesome results.
2. You have to be consistent while doing it, at least 4 times a weeks and see the results in a month.
3. You can also add fenugreek paste to condition your hair simultaneously.
4. If you want to maintain the natural color of your hair, mix the onion blend with adequate amount of mustard oil.
5. Just for change and different nutritional value, soemtimes you can also add eggs, honey, fruits, oils.
6. If you want another remedies for Hair loss, try coconut milk.

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Friday, 23 August 2013

Cold, Fever and Headache

Bangalore whether is something really allergic, in office from last 2 weeks, one or other person in our team is catching us with these kind of symptoms.
  1. Cold (Running nose)
  2. Fever 
  3. Headache
  4. Body Ache

These are the clear symptoms of allergic and viral initial attack. Normally if a person is having good immune system, our system antibodies should be able to fight them and recover. But as an alternative I've seen many times, a simple course of medicine can treat you in one or two days.

If you have minor symptoms, not so high fever (above 100), then take an anti-allergic + anti-inflammatory.
The best possible I know is "Sinarest", or "Cheston cold". Taking 2-3 tablet, morning, evening and save yourself from cold wind, put cotton in your ears, drink warm water and consume good amount of vitamin C fruits. You should be able to recover by this.

After taking 2-3 tablets also, if you are not able to recover, take a course of anti-biotic. The best possible I know for these kind of bacterial infection is penicillin family drug, "Amoxycillin" with clavenic acid, which is marketed by many but a very good one I know is "Clavam 650mg" by Alkem Laboratories. You should take at least 6 tablets of it as a course. 

When you take above medicine, it might cause you gastritis, so its better to take antacid along with them. Take "Rantec" after food. If you have little higher gastritis problem, take only 1 Omez in morning before food.

So as a medication
  1. Cheston cold (2-3 times in a day, depending on your fever) after food
  2. Clavam 650mg (2 times in a day for 3 days) after food
  3. Rantec (each time you are taking medicine)

  1. Cold water
  2. Cover your ears and chest, wear sock while sleeping
  3. No pickles and curd for sure
  4. No sour items, No cold items
Also drink plenty of water. Before sleeping, using Carbol Plus near your pillow will help you in clear breathing. To recover fast, take Glucon D or TANG it contains glucose and vitamin C both. And take lots of fresh fruits.

Wish you good health :)
If you have any query, contact me.

Disclaimer: This post is for your information only and not intended to replace your relationship with your treating physician.