25 yr old woman with hair loss, itchy scalpI've been experiencing hair loss since I was 16. I had a coarse, full head of hair that after almost ten years, has become very thin, and bald spots in the front and back of head have started to show. I have tried almost any method and spent thousand of dollars in medical exams in order to identify the issue. Two years ago, I also started getting itchy scalp, as if I had lice crawling. My hair gets oily very quickly as oppossed to years ago. It has taken a toll on my life. What treatment do you suggest I go on in order to help my condition?? thank you!
jesspatri on 2010-07-26
Arnica 30c in the Wet dose taken twice daily.
Arnica Q to be mixed with Olive Oil to be massaged in a 20% emulsion daily into the hair roots.
Ferr Phos 6x tablets dose 2 twice daily.
Sulphur 30 dose 2 pellets daily sublingually
Cod liver oil capsules dose 1-2 daily.
Exercise to sweat it out.
Drink at least 3 ltrs liquids daily.
No harsh shampoos.
You should hopefully notice that your hair loss should cease in a week and new hair should be visible in 2 weeks if you look between your existing hair.
The Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy is made up as follows:
Order the remedy in a 5ml Ethanol pack also known as Liquid Dilution.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake it hard to produce bubbles.
This is homeopathic succussion and must be done every time before a capful of the bottle which is the dose is sipped as directed.
Report progress in a month or earlier.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
jesspatri last decade
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