How to Cure Baldness with Natural Remedies


How It Works

Hair loss starts in your early teens. Over 20% of people develop this condition until they reach the age of 20. It increases with age and eventually leads to baldness. There are different types of the balding process such as hairline receding in front, bald patches formed in the crown, and thinning of hair in different areas. 

Hair growth cycle

Before understanding the causes of your hair fall, let’s know the hair growth and the regular hair fall pattern.

There are two main parts of the hair one is the hair follicle, and the other is the hair shaft. The dermal papilla in follicles supplies blood, and essential nutrients that aid in cell division on the bulb of the follicle. This leads to the growth of hair. 

There are three phases of hair growth lifecycle:

Anagen/growth phase

The longer the follicles continue to grow in this phase, the more the hair will be produced, the longer will be the hair. It lasts from 2 to 6 years. 

Catagen/regression phase

Here the hair detaches from the dermal papilla ending the growth phase. Follicle shrinks, forming a bulb of carotene which holds the hair on your scalp.

Telogen/resting phase

In this phase, hair stays for three months. Then this phase proceeds to exogen, where hair falls out. 

After this phase, the cycle starts again from the anagen phase. 

Cause of hair loss

Androgenetic alopecia is the primary reason for hair loss. In this condition, the hair follicles shrink, which reduces the time on the growth phase and increases the resting phase. This condition leads to an increase in the number of falling of the hairs. 

The other cause of hair loss is due to dihydrotestosterone(DHT) hormones, which is converted form of the testosterone. DHT causes follicular downsizing. 

Along with that, certain factors cause hair loss, such as external environmental factors, stress, aging, genetics, nutritional deficiency, etc.

Natural remedies 

Let’s look at some natural remedies to cure your baldness:

Scalp massage

Massage your scalp with the oil that suits you. The blood flow improves your hair follicles, which strengthens your hair growth phase. This also relaxes your mood and becomes stress-free. You can opt for almond oil, coconut oil, amla oil, castor oil, etc.


Fenugreek is also known as methi, which is one the active ingredient for hair loss treatment. The hormone antecedents present in fenugreek stimulates the hair growth and rebuilds the lost hair follicles. 

To use it, soak fenugreek seeds in the glass of water overnight, and in the morning, crush them into the powder form. After 40 minutes of application, rinse your hair. Do this for a month every day. 

Onion juice

The sulfur content in onions helps in treating hair loss. It increases the blood flow to the hair follicles and also helps in regrowing them. Extract the juice from one onion and then apply it on your scalp. Leave it for half an hour, then wash it with a mild shampoo. Do this thrice a week. 

Aloe vera 

The enzymes present in aloe vera helps in hair growth. It also helps in soothing itchiness, redness, and inflammation in your scalp. You can use both gel and juice.

Coconut milk 

The essential fats and proteins present in this milk help in promoting hair growth and reduces hair loss. It provides quick results. Apply this milk on the scalp and leave it for 20 minutes. Then wash your hair with a mild shampoo.

For compelling treatment, mix black pepper or fenugreek seeds powder to it and apply. 

Licorice root

Licorice roots have mollifying properties that open the pores of your scalp. It soothes the irritations on your scalp. It is beneficial for both dandruff and hair loss. 

Add one teaspoon of ground licorice root in a cup of milk. Also, add a quarter teaspoon of saffron. Apply this mix on your bald patches overnight and wash it in the morning. 


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