Certain compounds found in edible mushrooms may help treat hair loss.
Natural products like saw palmetto, caffeine, melatonin, marine extracts, rosemary oil, procyanidin, pumpkin seed oil, and cannabidiol oil could potentially treat male hair loss.
Topical procyanidin B2 significantly increases hair count and is a safe treatment for male pattern baldness.
Natural products like plant extracts can help promote hair growth and could be used to treat hair loss.
Cinnamon can help manage symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome, improve menstrual cycles and fertility, and positively affect cholesterol and blood sugar levels, but more research is needed to confirm these effects and find the best dosage.
Ginseng, especially its component ginsenosides, can promote hair growth, reduce hair loss, and potentially treat conditions like alopecia by affecting cell pathways and cytokines.
Various treatments help hair growth, but more research needed for safety and effectiveness.
Various treatments, including FDA-approved drugs, natural products, and oral supplements, can help with hair loss, but a patient's medical history and potential allergies should be considered when choosing a treatment.
The herbal mix (Biochanin A, Acetyl tetrapeptide-3, and Ginseng Extracts) and the 3% Minoxidil solution are equally effective in treating hair loss, but the herbal mix has fewer side effects.
Redenyl lotion effectively promotes hair growth and improves quality of life for androgenetic alopecia patients.
African baobab fruit is a good source of antioxidants and micronutrients, but too much can cause laxative effects.
Herbal alternatives like saw palmetto and green tea may offer safe, effective treatment for hormonal hair loss.
Grape seed extract may safely and effectively help prevent lung cancer.
Created large amounts of grape seed compounds using a new method.
Some off-label treatments increase hair density, but long-term safety unknown.
Plant-based remedies may treat hair loss by reducing inflammation and improving insulin resistance.
Procyanidins from grape seeds reduce nerve pain by blocking specific proteins and inflammation.
Lipopolysaccharides boost wheat seedling growth, but procyanidin B2 weakens this effect.