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    Smile I'm trying to see the positive in hair loss. I hope this outlook helps

    I came across this website. It talks about doing good karma, and that if you do good karma, it will come back to you, and improve your life. I hope so.


    https://sites.google.com/site/easywaystogetgoodkarma/

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    What positive have you seen with your hair loss? I haven't seen any with mine.

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    There are no positives with hairloss...

    Just a slow decay of aesthetics and subsequently spirit...

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    I'm not lying but this might be the best growth stimulant ever and cheap. My dad had very bad alopecia areata patches on his head never grew back, until someone told him to rub raw garlic, onion and ginger juice. He did this and his hair always regrew back!

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    Years ago somebody told my sister to rub some kind of garlic concoction on her head. She did this and her head smelled like garlic for a few days. I don't know exactly how long, but it was a while. That smell seemed to be absorbed in her scalp and didn't easily wash away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notcoolanymore View Post
    Years ago somebody told my sister to rub some kind of garlic concoction on her head. She did this and her head smelled like garlic for a few days. I don't know exactly how long, but it was a while. That smell seemed to be absorbed in her scalp and didn't easily wash away.
    Correct, but it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz1 View Post
    I'm not lying but this might be the best growth stimulant ever and cheap. My dad had very bad alopecia areata patches on his head never grew back, until someone told him to rub raw garlic, onion and ginger juice. He did this and his hair always regrew back!
    Pictures or it didn't... or how about you don't tell lies on this forum please.

    Alopecia areata is serious matter, and garlic doesn't cure an autoimmune disease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notcoolanymore View Post
    Years ago somebody told my sister to rub some kind of garlic concoction on her head. She did this and her head smelled like garlic for a few days. I don't know exactly how long, but it was a while. That smell seemed to be absorbed in her scalp and didn't easily wash away.
    Maybe the person was trying to protect her from vampires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred970 View Post
    Pictures or it didn't... or how about you don't tell lies on this forum please.

    Alopecia areata is serious matter, and garlic doesn't cure an autoimmune disease.
    That website, I think it's called ncbi.gov, where they have studies of different things, there's one study that showed crude onion juice works for alopecia areata(applied to the spots). It worked on 80 something % of patients. I have alopecia areata but never tried that. I don't want to put onion juice on my head then be disappointed with no results while also smelling like onions for no reason.

    Edit: Here's the study

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12126069

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatientlyWaiting View Post
    Maybe the person was trying to protect her from vampires.
    It worked. Not just for vampires. It was warm around the time she did it too so you could smell her a mile away.

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