Henna powder in a wooden bowl and a wooden comb on a beige background top view. Natural hair care. Henna hair dye.

During the early medieval period, various kings have arranged their “Medicine Men” (Hakeem Jii) to investigate all the possible remedies for your baldness since it’s a problem that has been faced by our fore fathers. After ages of practical and research use various remedies were proved useful in controlling baldness.

All natural!

All these remedies were natural since they were made from various herbs, roots and plants and neither where they chemically treated or altered in any way before being used. All of them belong to time when modern medicine and chemical labs never existed; due to their natural source they also had more benefits as though they never had any side effects.

Many of these remedies are still being used in the exact same old organic ways. Most of the hair loss products those are used today can be considered “natural,” since they are created from elements found on Earth. I believe it’s worth wile to understand some of the most effective and hottest Ancient procedures.

Essential oils

These are focused oils from certain crops, such as lavender, soybean, bay and coconut. A nice and stimulating head massage using these oils can show effects within one day. This is one of the most popular used by the Indians to guarantee conditioned, stronger and shiner hair and tender.

Message of the scalp aids in blood flow and follicle stimulation leading to conditioning of hair, thus making hair strong, shiny and soft.


It is a traditional Indian herb that acts as a natural conditioner and is excellent for the maintenance of healthy hair. It helps heal the hair shaft by fixing and sealing the cuticle, protecting hair from breakage and loss of shine. It’s widely used by Indians.

Exercise and yoga

All kinds of exercise step-up in increase blood flow to all areas of the body, including the scalp. As the blood flow improves from the cells in hair follicles it will maintain their health and stimulate hair creation. Yoga to had various advantages because it’s known to promote in inner wellness of human body leading to the optimal functioning of all of the organs and a greater overall wellness.

Herbal cocktails:(not for ingestion)

Many herbs are suggested for this, an individual may utilize Rosemary, Sage, Brændenælde, Neem leaves and Klatreklat. One must organize all these plants while they’re still new i.e. not in dried form, and then take 100gm of all of the leaves and add water to it. Then boil it for 10 -15 minutes and then filter the solution. This solution can then be cooled and used to wash your hair daily. The solution can be kept for a week’s time then it loses its impact.

Jojoba oil

It’s been widely used by the desert peoples of Southern California and Mexico had been using this oil to treat skin ailments and cuts. Jojoba oil is really a wax that’s liquid at room temperatures. The’oil’ has similar chemical makeup to the sebum oil our skin produces naturally. In actuality, it is among the most easily absorbed vegetable oils available now. Because of this, it was soon utilized to produce all sorts of skin and hair care products. When it’s massaged on the scalp it brings shine to the hair.


Historical use of saw palmetto can be tracked in the Americas into the Mayans who used it as a tonic and to the Seminoles who took the berries as an expectorant and antiseptic.

Final word

Normal man and girls produce adrenal hormones. DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, ANDROSTEINEDIONE, TESTOSTERONE(DHT) which is the most frequent reason of balding in both women and men. In men testosterone are made by Testicles and adrenals and in women testosterone are produced by ovaries and adrenal glands. These hormones are important for both genders. But problem arises when these testosterone gets converted to DHT.

Exposure of hair follicles to DHT, in a vulnerable individual, in a time period contributes to female and male pattern to the so-called adrogenetic alopecia. When there’s too much DHT from the scalp, it binds itself to the hair follicles blocking the blood supply and preventing their development. As time passes, the follicles, inducing the crucial nutrients, shrink and the hair shaft thickness is decreased. As a consequence of this, the hair gets thinner. When the hair shaft becomes too small, no new hair may grow from the follicle.