Benefits Of Fenugreek for Hair

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Benefits of Fenugreek for Hair

Besides treating dry and thinning hair, fenugreek is an effective aphrodisiac that has been proven to have an array of health benefits, from aiding digestion to relieving menstruation to treating diabetes among many other uses. The best thing about fenugreek is that it is all natural meaning you don’t have to worry about side effects. Listed below are some of the benefits of fenugreek for hair.

1. Promotes hair growth
You can promote hair growth by using fenugreek herb externally. Simply mix fenugreek seeds with coconut oil then massage into your hair and scalp. Leave it for about 15 minutes then rinse with warm water. This is the only sure way to prevent hair loss, either caused by premature aging or environmental factors.

2. Eliminates dandruff
Besides preventing hair loss, fenugreek also helps eliminate dandruff. When applied regularly, fenugreek can make your hair black and shiny. You can either decide to grind the seeds and directly apply into your scalp or add it in your daily nutrition. Either way, fenugreek helps to prevent dandruff and maintain hair color.

3. Treats baldness
The herb has potent seeds that help prevent hair fall and thinning of hair, as well as balding. To create an all natural tonic, boil fenugreek seeds and then mix them with coconut oil, stir evenly and leave the mixture overnight. Massage the potent into your hair evenly for about five minutes and reap its maximum benefits.

4. Moisturizes the hair
Fenugreek is loaded with proteins that not only strengthen but moisturize the hair as well. In fact, herbalists recommend regular use of fenugreek to prevent hair loss.
While there are no known side effects of applying the herb, always exercise caution to avert adverse side effects. Moreover, consult a doctor prior to using fenugreek if you are on medication.

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  1. honey

    January 28, 2013 7:40 am

    to treat baldness,how long should one boil the fenugreek seeds before mixing coconut oil in it?plz advice

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