PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
Marine researchers say so, who apparently casually discovered a simple but effective technique to restore lost hair.
Apparently the technique works for men and women, regardless of whether the hair loss is mild or severe. Although additional studies are needed, this finding opens a light of hope to millions of men and women worldwide suffering from incipient or advanced problems of falling hair.
The market is saturated with products that claim to restore lost hair, but apparently the effectiveness of these products is little in most cases. The safest option is hair transplant, an expensive procedure and not always is satisfactory.
But what means the study of marine researchers?
The method employed besides being cheap and naturally has had an impressive success of 85% in patients who underwent the study.
The study is not new but I bring now in the hope that some people put into practice and check personally whether or not the treatment works. The procedure costs very little effort and the only problem is to dare to try it.
Dr. April Meade and several researchers of the International Association of marine life and Ocean swimming, made a revolutionary discovery to restore hair loss: They applied directly to the scalp inside of fresh fish rich in Omega 3 and the results were surprising. Dormant oriactive follicles was revitalized, and began to emerge hair in the majority of people subjected to the experiment. In a matter of days, some people had this result.
Adam Folle, one of the volunteers in the study, commented:
"It's amazing. It had a large bald spot on the top of my head two weeks ago, and simply rubbing fresh fish in my head once a day made my hair grow again. I am in ecstasy, and I'm sure my girlfriend will to change her mind and come back, now that the smell is dissipating."
What is Omega 3?
Omega 3 are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids that the human body can not produce by itself so you have to get them from outside sources. One of the main properties of Omega 3 oils is to reduce triglycerides and inflammation, which states that reduce risk of stroke.
Omega 3 is found in high proportion in the tissues of fish, especially blue like salmon, mackerel, trout, sardines, herring, tuna. Also in seafoods.
There are also other sources of Omega 3; chia seeds and sacha inchi are the most important plant sources. Flaxseed and pumpkin seeds are also good source of Omega 3.
But for the effect of restoring the lost hair, it seems that only works the animal Omega 3, specifically fish.
Surprisingly, for unknown reasons, the researchers found that did not work for hair loss applying Omega 3 oil, or liquid capsules. So the only alternative is to rub fresh fish directly onto the scalp.
In a press release, Drs. Poisson d'April and Michelo DaBeers, say their discovery is so extraordinarily simple that could revolutionize the lives of men and women suffering hair loss from mild to severe. Treatment is simple, cheap and apparently effective… but are you ready to try? After all the fishy smell will disappear and maybe you again look beautiful hair.
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NOTE: Luis Quiroz Ravines is a Peruvian journalist specializing in Natural Health, author of an effective treatment to stop hair loss naturally. Learn MORE at: HairLossNaturalSolution.com