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Joe De Livera: Arnica Q/Coconut Oil for hair growth

Hi Joe,

Happy New Year. May you and your family have good health and prosperity in the coming year.

I have bee using arnica 30c for the last 10 months. I noticed hair growth on my head where I previously had male pattern baldness.

I read your other post on arnica Q:

You may also consider using the Arnica Q/ Coconut Oil mix which I have discovered also promotes the growth of Hair. 20% Arnica Q mixed with Coconut oil to be lightly massaged on the scalp.

QUESTIONS:
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How many times a day should this combination be used?

is it best used in the morning or at night?

Thanks for the help.

Regards,
Robert
 
  jorbri1513 on 2011-01-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi Joe,

I anticipate that you are doing well. Please respond at your earliest convenience,


Regards,
Robert
 
jorbri1513 9 years ago
I did not read your post of January 2 up to today.

If this occurs in the future you can send me an email to the address you will find in my profile.

Glad to note that you have noticed a growth of hair on your bald pate during the last 10 months and that is as a result of your taking only Arnica 30c which I presume you are taking in the Wet dose.

When you massage Arnica Q in a 20% emulsion with Olive Oil you will notice a increase in the rate of growth of your hair.

I recommend that you take the Arnica 30c orally twice daily and massage your head with the emulsion once daily after you shower. The Arnica emulsion must remain on your scalp at least overnight.
 
Joe De Livera 9 years ago
Hi Joe,

Thanks for the response.

Yes I am taking arnica 30c in the wet dose.

I will contact you directly in the future, if there is a delay in response.


Redards,
Robert
 
jorbri1513 9 years ago
Hi Joe,

You are doing great. Appreciate your work a lot.

I had a question regarding the emulsion of Arnica Q, that should it is to be massaged in wet hairs after shower or first dry them completely?

Have made the emulsion, will start after getting answer about my confusion.

Looking forward to your quick reply.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Hashmi
 
hashmileo 8 years ago
You must obviously dry your hair before you use the Arnica Q emulsion in olive oil which you will massage into the roots of the hair on your scalp.

In your email to me you msntioned that you had long hair and that you shaved your head to eradicate the dandruff. This would not have been necessary if you used the Arnica 30 orally and the Arnica Q emulsion which you would have massaged into your scalp.

Dandruff is usually caused by the bacteria on the scalp proliferating on the perspiration and natural oil on your scalp. The easiest way to deal with this problem is to wash the hair often say twice daily to wash the sweat on your scalp and this usually eradicates the dandruff which is just dead skin which is shed by the scalp.

You may like to know that the skin on the body comprises dead cells which are constantly being shed by the body. Ths top layer of the skin is not LIVING tissue as almost everyone thinks it is.
 
Joe De Livera 8 years ago
Dear Joe,

Thank you for your quick reply, and it is a great one for me.

I wish I could had come to you at that time so hairs would not fall this much. But I am confident that I will re grow them.

I will be using it from today and will write to in case of any further guidance.

Best regards,
Hashmi
 
hashmileo 8 years ago
For Learning Only.
 
nawazkhan 8 years ago

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