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    I use HeSHouWu, a chinese herb rich in zinc. Hasn't done anything for my grey sideburns but has made my eyebrows black and as bushy as that guy in BB.

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    Yeah like said above: Grey hair is purely genes.

    You can, of course, color it / dye it! But just beware of harmful chemical that can cause your hair to "thin-out".

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    I love my grey hair, I wish I had more of it, I like it in my beard too. I have a friend I've known since high school who was born on exactly the same day as me, he started going grey in his teens, and he looks badass now, with a full head of hair that's completely grey. Going grey when you're young looks good on a guy.

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    Same problem here! Anyone used blackstrap molasses? I read it helps grey hairs due to potassium content but breaks me out as too high in sugar :/ Any other suggestions would be happy to try.

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    You can start using Hair Color which are amonia free.

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    Grey hair growth depends upon your genes. So, currently you can't stop it but you can definitely reduce its growth by decreasing salt intake, eat proper food, stay away from canned and preserved food, etc.

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    I actually have no problem going grey. As long as I have hair, I don't care what color it is. In fact, my only concern is that when/if I do go grey, I want it to be full on white a'la Anderson Cooper.
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    Premature graying problem is largely genetic

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    early graying hair is purely genetic. well for me having gray hair is cool and if you want you can dye it with black or silver,

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    I 've just read it, there are foods that can help prevent having grey hair like walnuts, prawns and cheese.

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