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Umm, propecia is not for women Brucey
HairlossTalk said:Hmm, people just lovvvve herbal remedies. Not sure why that is. :roll: Maybe its that whole history we have as humans for worshipping hundreds of gods and drowning witches and thinking that evil spirits cause sneezes. The Renaissance didn't reach everyone it seems.
Ladies, its good to hear that some of you are seeing results in Tricomin. Don't give up that fight to find out what underlying causes may be the culprit of your hair loss.
Stingray said:When was the last time you saw a vegetarian that looked healthier than someone who eats meat AND veggies? My step-mom was a chicken 2 times a week and nothing but veggies otherwise person...I swear to christ I've never seen a more frail and sickly looking person in my life. My pop soon changed her tho. She makes me so proud. A 115 pound woman eating a 200 pound steak. Sniffle...makes me wish she was my real mom!
Needless to say, she's been so much healthier and energetic lately. No more mood swings...she's a regular person.
Meat is great. Protien be where it's at foo!
As surprising as this may sound, I am a strong proponent of herbal remedies for many physical ailements. Everything from Acidophilus (to fix irregularity while in antibiotics or irregularity caused by other things) to Milk Thistle (For liver health), to Serrapeptase (as an anti-inflammatory/pain killer replacement for typical pain killers and NSAIDS), to Green Tea for overall cleansing .... and I swear by all of them. They work and work well for me.mariejoe said:As far as herbal remedies, you can't discount all of them.
As a result, we tend to strongly discourage herbal remedies as the solution,The problem in *not* discounting all of them for hair loss however, is that its not an instant result type of situation. With acidophilus, I can take it, and within about 6 hours tell that it has completely *CURED* my irregularity. With herbal supplements for hair, there is no telling whether its working or not, and it would take a minimum of 6 months to a year to even begin to find out.
.So for women, we don't discourage experimentation as much... but it should be stated with confidence that there *is* risk in trying herbal over proven, even for women... and we actually *do* suggest avoiding herbal supplements for hair loss as there is no clinical evidence (like there is with Milk Thistle, Acidophilus, Serrapeptase, etc) that any of them help hair loss
thanks so much for the shower filter site. It is something I think about researching, and never do!
My hairdresser has clients who regrew hair after eliminating clorine. And you r natural shampoo route is a sensible addition. This approach was also successful for some of her clients.
Please PM if possible with results, or post your success here, whichever you prefer.
I'm now doing Atkins, which is why I'm not often here. I have eliminated almost all sugar and white flour from my diet. I feel much better, and look lost better.
The new way of eating initially caused a shed, but it has ceased.
Quitting Tricomin was a help to your pocketbook, heck probably pays for the replacement filters. FYI, Dr. Vera Price, the renowned hair loss specialist, says Tricomin DOES NOT work.
At the end of the day, we must follow our hearts.
Rozzy252 said:Okay....advice....where on earh can I get folligen??? Is it available in Canada???? OR can I get it in any drug store in the U.S??? I'm just wondering what the alternatives are to ordering it online.....