How to take arnica 6c for hair growthI am looking to increase my hair growth as it has essentially stopped growing in the last two years. I've trimmed it and while I still have a few split ends, it still won't grow. I have also been using bhringraj oil in my hair but that won't do much either.
A little info about my lifestyle: I recently started working (just finished college), so the stress of adjusting to the 9-5 workweek has taken its toll on me. I also have an underactive thyroid, although I take medicine for this and my levels seem relatively normal now. My hair also has a lot of heat damage as I used to go to the beach a lot, and used to use a flat iron on it very often. It is naturally curly.
A little about my diet: I try to maintain a balanced diet but I'm not always successful. I eat a lot of tofu, edamame, cashews, bananas, and fruit juices. I also have a really bad habit of eating minimally processed turkey jerkey and baked goods. My mother practices ayurvedic medicine and says I have a 'vatha' lifestyle - too dry I believe?
Anyways thats my story - could anyone tell me if arnica 6c would work for hair growth for me? If not, what would? And if arnica 6c would work - what form/dosage should I buy and how would I take it?
pugera on 2012-08-29
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