Slow and Stop Female Hair Loss

Last Update: October 06, 2019

At one time or another people lose hair. It’s normal to lose between 75 to 100 strands of hair a day. But too much of it can be a problem.

When dealing with hair loss, don’t make assumptions about the cause of your hair loss problem. Don’t assume that you know what is going on. Do not blame it on your spouse or something else.

Have you ever heard this words of wisdom?

“When you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME”

Assumptions are always wrong, so if you are losing hair ask yourself a couple of questions.

  • Is the lose too frequent and immense (more than 100 strands per day)?
  • Can you notice a sparser hairline or lackluster locks that seem to have lost their volume?
  • Are you applying too much oil facilitating fungal proliferation, causing itching, and scalp peeling?
  • Are you taking medications?
  • Are you using inappropriate chemicals?
  • Are you experiencing postpartum hormonal changes?
  • Are you applying too much heat to straighten your hair?

A simple blood test by your doctor can determine if the hair loss is caused by an underlying health condition.

If there’s no underlying health condition causing the loss of hair then you can slow down and stop female hair loss using natural coconut extracts.

Natural coconut extracts can remedy this issue in a constructive way, and as any natural process, you will not start seeing the results immediately within few days.

It doesn’t matter if you have dry, color damaged, thinning, or frizzy hair, use the natural coconut extracts and you will start seeing the results within a few months.

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Jaz333 Premium
Your post caught my attention since just the other day my mother asked me about her thinning hair. She is a paraplegic and has been prescribed to several pain medications, among other meds, for a few decades now - surprisingly her doctors never told her these medications can and will eventually cause hair loss in most individuals.

In my herbal studies I have run across quite a few natural tonics that can be used to slow and reverse hair loss. Adding 1 tablespoon wheat germ oil 3 times per day to your diet is one I've seen be quite effective, not to mention it's super healthy for you!

Dr. Christopher formulated a daily oil treatment inspires new hair growth in as little as 5 weeks in some individuals, even in patients who have lost their hair due to disease or chemotherapy. If you're interested in the ingredients and procedures, feel free to send me a message.

Take care!
Shannon
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Dombel Premium
Shannon, your bio info is very inspirational for me, it is amazing the transition that you are making from an accountant to a herbalist. That's a revolution!!! Do you have a past background in medicine? Wow... I would love to know the ingredients for the oil treatment that you are talking about and the procedures. Can you also provide me with more info regardings your Master Herbalist Certification program? I have a master's degree in applied mathematics, but I would love to be a herbalist as well :-) ... My name is Henrique.
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Jaz333 Premium
Aww thanks, you made my day! Great to meet you Henrique!

I will send you information on the oil treatment procedures. I will also send some info on the herbal courses I have taken and the program I'm involved with now :)

Unfortunately I do not have a medical background, though I am taking short courses to further my medical knowledge as I can fit it in. All my professional experience is actually in accounting, office management and CAD design. Eventually I want to become a Naturopathic doctor. They have all the training a regular MD has but also training in natural medicine so I have a ways to go before I reach this goal lol

Thanks, Shannon
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Jaz333 Premium
PS - If you truly want to become a master herbalist, your degree in mathematics will definitely come in handy. Some of the tincture procedures can get quite mathematically complex, especially when you're trying to extract to an exact ratio per volume :)
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Dombel Premium
Yes, it is a great way to help a lot of people. I am not sure if I want another 4 years for Naturopathic Doctor, but a master herbalist program can be complete in 3 to 4 months time frame.... so I think I can do it online! :-)
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Jaz333 Premium
With hard work and much study, it is certainly possible to complete a herbalist diploma program in the time frame of 3 to 4 months, but an in depth master herbalist program will take longer.

If you were to take on a full time course load, you could retain your master herbalist certification within a year. The program I am involved with is completely online, except for the final master herbalist test - that is done on site.
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HeidiAnders3 Premium
Great things to know and be mindful of!!👍🙂
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Dombel Premium
:-)
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