Help with Alopecia AreataHello,
I was diagnosed with AA in 1996 at the age of 28. Never lost more than 50% of hair at one time so considered Mild case of AA. I have patchy hair lost that falls from root (doesn't break off).I have quite a lot of hair and have been blessed to be able to hide up till now. I am losing hair at the front of my head and eventually will not be able to hide.
Some info about me:
-Had blood tests with endocrinologist and all normal.
-No allergies, or any other autoimmune problems.
-No hair loss on any other part of body.
-Rarely sick with colds, flues.
-Eat healthy but prefer salty foods than sweet.
-Take muti vitamin
-Sleep 8 hours at night
-Not on any meds not even Birth control pill
-Do get headaches occasionally -3or4 times a month
-Currently treating with iodine applied directly to patches. Allergic reaction has occurred as of 2 days ago.Itch,redness& swelling
Would you please be so kind to read and give suggestion for treatment?
Thank you in advance
mbellm on 2006-04-21
I have had some success in the treatment of Hair Loss and AA with Arnica 30c in the wet dose. Please do a search under hair loss for the receipe.
You are also advised to use Arnica Q ( mother tincture ) mixed in Coconut oil in a 20% solution which is massaged on the scalp daily with the finger tips. This is very effective to arrest hair loss and to regenerate growth.
No coffee and cola drinks as the antidote the Arnica.
Stop all drugs including vitamins and iodine but use a Fish oil capsule daily.
Wash hair with Johnsons Baby shampoo as it is the mildest.
♥ Joe De Livera last decade
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