Ethnopharmacological Review of Medicinal Plants for the Treatment of Alopecia

    None Shreya V. Jadhao, None Janhvi Kadam, None Nitin B. Kohale, None Suraj B. Rathod
    Image of study
    TLDR Various medicinal plants like Polygonum multiflorum, Red ginseng extract, and Zizyphus jujuba can potentially treat hair loss, offering benefits like low cost and multiple ways of working. Other effective natural substances include Pygeum africanum, Seneroa, Urtica dioica, and more.
    The paper "Edthnopharmacological Review of Medicinal Plants for the Treatment of Alopecia" discusses the potential of various medicinal plants in treating alopecia, a condition causing hair loss. It notes that while synthetic therapies exist, they often have unsatisfactory results and side effects. The paper highlights several plants that have shown promise in treating alopecia, including Polygonum multiflorum, Red ginseng extract, and Zizyphus jujuba. These natural remedies are believed to work through nutritional support, DHT blocking, and improving scalp circulation, offering advantages like low cost and multiple mechanisms of action. Other effective herbs and natural substances include Pygeum africanum, Seneroa, Urtica dioica, Camellia sinensis, Ginseng, Arnica montana, Cedrus atlantica, Lavandula, and more. The review also details specific application methods and reasons for their effectiveness.
    View this study on ijarsct.co.in →

    Cited in this study

    13 / NoResults

    Related

    8 / NoResults