View Full Version : Hti and How my hair shedding stopped?

02-19-2015, 07:06 AM
I was suffering from hair shedding for like 6 to 8 months. I used different kinds of natural remedies. I purchased oils from so called herbalists who would say that this is the real deal.

In the end I started using black seed oil. After using it for like 60 days regularly.

My routgine was, wash my hair with hand and shoulder anti dandruff shampoo(it would be better if you go with an organic shampoo or aloe vera etc, i think)

After shower, when my hairs would get dry, I would gently oil my scalp for like 40 to 50 seconds

After two months, my hairs were so strong that even if I would rub my hair roughly, there would be hardly any hairs in my palms unlime before.

So I advise all of you to buy black seed oil/kalwanji oil/ nigel sativa oil.


02-19-2015, 09:23 AM
oh and one other thing
I started drinking atleast 10 glasses of water a day

I think this also contributed to stopping of hair loss

04-24-2015, 06:44 PM
What brand of oil do you use? And do you use all 3 oils or just black seed oil? Thanks.

05-03-2015, 11:45 PM
I think you shouldn't used the oil and the others remedies without the prescription of a physician ...

05-05-2015, 02:24 AM
I have seen my friend doing this to get long and strong hair. She used to mix black seed oil with coconut oil in 1:2 ratio and massage it on her scalp. I am not sure about how it helps with baldness. However, I read that certain types of fungal infections can cause hair loss that is sometimes permanent. Black seed oil has antifungal properties that are proven to prevent these kinds of infections. Black seed oil is more importantly known for its role in promoting hair growth. Looking at her results, I tempted to bring one bottle but couldnít stick to daily scalp massage schedule, maybe thatís the reason I never got any positive effect out of it. It contains as many as 100 valuable nutrients including calcium, protein, potassium, zinc, vitamins and essential fatty acids that will boost hair growth. But, sadly, there is not enough scientific backup to prove its benefits in hair growth. So again itís a matter of trial and error.