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Natural Remedies for Hairloss
by: Fiona Holmes
As many as 75% of men may suffer 'male pattern baldness' as they
grow older. If your father, or either of your grandfathers had
noticeable balding, the chances are high that you may, too. The news
isn't all bad, of course. New research seems to indicate that the
typical 'horseshoe' male balding is in fact a sign of an
ultra-strong immune system, making the carriers of the genes that
dicatate the balding proclivity better able to weather the assualts
of the environment, and thus more likely to pass on their genes.
But how can one prevent balding? There are 2 main medications on
the market right now, both marketed by gigantic pharmaceutical
concerns. The first is Minoxidil, which claims to regrow hair, and
the second is Propecia (Finasteride) at one time an anti-prostate
cancer treatment, but now touted as a pill that will halt hairloss.
Minoxidil does indeed cause hair to regrow, but in almost all
cases, that regrowth is limited to fine 'downy' or 'peach fuzz' hair
- certainly not enough to comb or style. Propecia halts hairloss,
but may have side effects, especially in the libido area. Both
treatments are suspected to lose their effectiveness after a couple
Is there a natural remedy for this problem? The jury is out, but
anecdotal evidence is suggesting that cheap, easily available
products may in fact have a better remedial effect than either of
these two chemical treatments. What are these products? Nizoral
Shampoo, used twice a week, and T-Sal Shampoo, also used twice a
Combined with daily shampooing with an ordinary shampoo 3 days a
week, these anti-inflamarory and anti-dandruff shampoos are cheap,
available in every pharmacy, and have no know side effects. You do
have to wash your hair and scalp every day, though, so a good
conditioner is also desirable. Do they remedy the problem of
hairloss? It looks like it!
To summarize, the malt, hops, and water are boiled for a period
of time. This mixture is called wort (pronounced wert). Then the
wort is poured into fermenter and allowed to cool.
Next, the prepared yeast is pitched into the fermenter and an
airlock is placed over the opening. Now it's the yeast's job to do
The yeast will multiply like crazy as it consumes the sugars in
the brew. After a period of time, usually within 7 to 10 days, the
yeast will have consumed all that it can and fall to the bottom of
Finally, the beer is bottled and set aside for a couple of weeks
to mature and carbonate.
Making beer at home really is a fantastic
hobby and can be a great social activity. Have some friends over and
let them try your new brew. Better yet, get them involved and see
who can make the best batches. Have blind taste tests with your
buddies. Most of all, have fun!
About The Author
Fiona writes for www.freeremedies.com a site devoted to free natural
remedies instead of chemical solutions.
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