Home Remedies to Control Hair Fall πŸ’₯πŸ’₯

Home Remedies to Control Hair Fall

The Ayurvedic treatment for hair loss includes regulation of diet, medicated massaging and application of herbs. A balanced diet has always been emphasised when providing a remedy for the condition. This would involve giving up alcohol and smoking or any other addictive substances. Ayurvedic treatment involves :

Diet – White sesame seeds, yogurt, buttermilk, whole grains, sprouts, milk and green leafy vegetables are some healthy nutrients that should form part of your diet.

Massaging – Rubbing the soles of your feet and the scalp with almond oil or coconut oil and using vitamin E rich oil for massaging has great benefits in controlling hair fall. Also, you can follow other home remedies to prevent or reduce hair fall.

Ayurvedic herbs – Rinse your hair with apple cider vinegar and apply sage tea on it. Massage your head with a mix of liquorice extract, horsetail extract, stinging nettle, rosemary and birch for stimulation of hair re-growth.

Specialized Ayurvedic treatments – You can contact an Ayurvedic practitioner for some specialised therapy for hair loss and stress. Shirodhara or draining medicated oil on the forehead is one such procedure.

Aloe Vera for Hair Fall
If you are wondering how to control hair fall, aloe vera is your answer. Aloe vera gel is considered an effective remedy to fight all hair woes. You can apply pure aloe vera gel direct on the scalp. Alcohol balances the pH level and prevents hair from breakage, especially if hair fall is caused due to irritation, dry and infected scalp. Massage your scalp with aloe vera gel and leave for few hours before washing it with lukewarm water.

Neem Treatment for Hair
Neem is used as a remedy for many health-related problems due to its medicinal properties. Its astringent property helps reduce dandruff which can be useful for hair fall control.

Treat Wet Hair Gently to Control Hair Loss
You must avoid rubbing or combing wet hair. Hair is more prone to breakage when wet. This can result in a massive hair loss, and you could see a big clump in your brush.

Eat Eggs for Hair Fall Control
Hair is primarily made up of proteins which can be found in abundance in eggs. If you want to know how to control hair loss, it is essential to learn that protein-based foods, like eggs, boost hair growth significantly. Besides this, eggs contain biotin and B vitamins which can prevent hair loss.

Eat Salmon For Healthy Hair
Eating salmon has numerous health benefits for your brain, blood vessels, skin, and hair. A storehouse of omega-3 fatty acids, regular consumption of salmon can boost hair growth, and its other constituents like vitamin B12 prevent hair loss and solve hair woes like dry hair.

Beans Can Help
Beans are a rich source of protein, fiber, B vitamins, vitamin C, zinc, and minerals. All these nutrients play an important role in hair growth. Also, beans contain the right amount of iron which can prevent hair loss.

Eat more Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower seeds can be another rich source of all hair loss preventing vital nutrients like protein, zinc, selenium, biotin, potassium, copper, iron, B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, and calcium.

Munch on Nuts
Eating nuts regularly can keep your hair healthy for many ages. Nuts contain healthy fats and phytochemicals that are needed for fighting hair loss problems.

Go Green with Spinach
If you want to control hair loss, spinach is the key. It contains a good amount of nutrients and antioxidants that can boost hair growth and fight all your hair woes.

Oats Breakfast
The body must have sufficient nutrients like zinc, protein, and copper to prevent hair loss. Your one-stop solution for having all these nutrients can be eating a bowl of oatmeal in breakfast every day.

Have Carrots
Carrots contain beta-carotene that can promote healthy hair and vitamin A that helps produce healthy sebum for the scalp.

Eat Sweet Potatoes
Regular consumption of sweet potatoes can fight problems like hair loss effectively. It contains beta-carotene which converts to vitamin A in the body.

Natural Remedies for Dry, Itchy Skin πŸ’₯πŸ’₯

Natural Remedies for Dry, Itchy Skin

1. Baking Soda Bath
Soaking in a bath of baking soda for 30-60 minutes can make all the difference. Add one cup baking soda to a tub of warm water. After the bath, it is important to gently pat your skin dry with a towel (or air-dry). For more localized itching you can make a paste of 1 part water to 3 parts baking soda.

2. Oatmeal
Mixing oatmeal in water and spreading it on irritated skin can also be cooling and soothing. Add 2 cups of colloidal oatmeal to a lukewarm bath and soak to soothe itchy skin. Avoid using very hot water, as it can irritate the skin and cause it to itch more.

3. Cold Water
Because cold and itch travel along the same nerve fibers, the use of cold can β€œjam the circuits” and deaden itch. Cool showers or baths or even ice packs can be an instant remedy for itchy skin. Again, hot water feels good temporarily, but it often leaves you feeling itchier later.

4. Apple Cider Vinegar
If you have a small patch of dry, itchy skin, dot vinegar on the spot with a cotton ball. If you’re experiencing all-over itching and dryness, add two or three cups of vinegar to your bath water and soak for 15 to 30 minutes.

5. Milk and Honey
Pour some milk into a bowl, dip a clean white washcloth into the milk and apply it to the dry itchy skin patch for 5 minutes. Milk has anti-inflammatory properties that often remove the itch from dry skin. Milk is very soothing to inflamed, dry, itchy skin. A milk bath once in a month can also help.

OR Lightly heat 2 teaspoons of honey and apply it to skin while warm. Leave it on for 15 minutes, and then wash it off. Honey helps lock in moisture, has antioxidant and anti-microbial properties, which is why it’s found in so many over-the-counter skincare products.

6. Essential Oils
There are many good essential oils with anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that have the ability to give relief to itchy skin and alleviate irritations. (I’ve been using LOTS of Lavender lately!) You can add them to your bath water or apply directly on your skin. Just make sure to follow the dosage recommendations exactly as directed on the package.

The following are some of the best essential oils for itchy skin: Agrimony oil, Basil oil, Bay leaf oil, Calendula oil, Chamomile oil, Chickweed oil, Clove oil, Geranium oil, Jewelweed oil, Lavender oil, Neem oil, Nettle oil, Peppermint oil, Rosemary oil, Thyme oil

7. Oil Therapy
Rub on some olive, almond or sesame oil and massage lightly on to your hands, legs and the rest of your body before heading for a shower. If time permits, heat the oil and then apply. Post shower, use a light moisturizer/sunscreen, because winter sun isn’t any less harsh.

8. Coconut Oil
The driest of the dry winter skin usually occurs on the heels, hands and elbows. Use coconut oil to spot-treat these areas overnight, and you should see significant improvement in the morning. Soak in a lukewarm bath until your fingers shrivel, this indicates that the skin is full hydrated. Pat skin dry, but leave slightly damp. Put a thick layer of coconut oil on heels, hands and elbows, covering the greased areas with socks, gloves and long sleeved pajama top, and go to bed. You should have a restful itch-free night of sleep and improved skin in the morning.

9. Lemon Juice
Lemon juice can be directly applied on itchy skin to relieve the irritation. You may want to avoid this one if you have been scratching a lot.

10. Coconut Milk
Coconut milk not only reduces skin dryness, but also helps combat dark spots and blemishes. Rub it onto your face and body, and leave it overnight.

11. Dried Fruits
A diet rich in Vitamin A, B and E is also a dry skin remedy as deficiency of these vitamins lead to dry skin. Dry fruits help to retain moisture in the skin. Consuming dry fruits regularly can help in treating extremely dry skin.


Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen.

Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen.

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    Wake up. Sit. Breathe. Connect to your strength and love within. Sitting in quiet with yourself you feel a sense that all is well in this moment. You understand that your true power lies in the love that is within you. Love and peace within is your superpower. quote: Jimi Hendrix

    Peace Texas


    “THAT GUY!?” a poem April 2, 2019 [Tuesday!]

    Who is this guy? Who is this guy?
    Who is this guy – that makes me cry?
    Who is this guy? who hands-me – such melan-choly?
    Do I REALLY need this guy? Do I really-by-golly?

    (5 minutes later)

    I need this guy! Just like this wart,
    Which-is-evidence that my body’s still dis-charging,
    TOXINS! and that my cells are still en-larging!


    Who’s this guy” filled-with-such – insight? πŸ™‚ – and nu-eance?
    Who is this guy? Hadn’t-I-better-“keep-my-dis-tance?”
    For, if I get any closer, there might be “internal in-sis-taence,”
    That I might need TO CHANGE!! to change my “perfect” point(s) of view,
    Which I formulated yesterday! (or, maybe, I stole them from you!)

    Who is this guy? Who makes me cry?
    It could be Jesus! OR The Buddha! I NEED SOME PIE!
    I need – lots of pie, and I need it NOW,
    And I-need-to-drop-all-my-questions – about Why, Who and How!

    WHO is this guy? OMG, I made-another “who question!”
    What am I reading/listening-to? Will this guy soon be testin’
    My recall? of what he just said?
    I’m learning so much!* Will I soon be dead?
    Or will I live forever? with these poetic notions-in-my-head?
    I BETTER “WATCH” THIS GUY!!! (Who knows where I might be led!)

    fin <3

      • or little


    11 boomerangs found in King Tut’s tomb believed to have come from Australia. There was also Australian eucalyptus found in his tomb.



    “TRIED AND TRUE!” a poem a.k.a.: “OH! – pposites!” 04/02/19 [Tuesday]

    The SOUTHERN REGIONS – are “Northern,” seen-from-“the-other-side,”

    And YOU – are-NOT “damaged-goods,” but-a-Perfect[ed]-Being, having-died,

    To the hurts and sorrows – of a terribly dreadful condition,

    Called: THE WAY OF THE WORLD, and-it’s-been-your-“mission,”

    To-refine-&-perfect-what-needed-to-be-“elevated,” beyond-what-is-“seen!”


    Your being – is-a-being for-which-I’m-“in-awe,”

    And I can’t help but love you! (pause) For-the-moment-I-saw,

    The radiant, shining-glory – of-a-“metal,” thoroughly worked,

    I knew you’d-been “Perfected unto Glory, ” twisted – and jerked,

    Here! and-there! until all-dross was cleaned,


    WORTHY-OF-SALVATION, ready! for “Other-Worldly-Travel,”

    Where the untested and “undamaged” would-simply “unravel!” πŸ™‚ – Perfect!

    fin <3

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    Warning, every day on Cyber Dating apps and Facebook in Australia these Predators hunt their next Victim.

    Those that use these services you will not find you’re SOULMATE

    Stop looking over the fence, join clubs that interest you. Spoil yourself

    If your hunting for a partner they do not live in pubs drunk, if you want a drunk partner then you need medical help πŸ€—

    Yes every person needs something when you grow older and that’s life

    Being Grown up is a privilege not a fact of life. Many never have that PRIVILEGE. DIE TO YOUNG

    Your life is in your own hands, use it wisely and life is sweeter than ever GROWN-UP πŸ€—


    “YES!”Β  a poem in the series: “Under Cover Poems, Intended For Skin-to-Skin Contact Plus All!”*Β  April 2, 2019Β  (Tuesday) πŸ€—

    “YES!” a poem in the series: “Under Cover Poems, Intended For Skin-to-Skin Contact Plus All!”* April 2, 2019 (Tuesday)

    I used to be: A MAN OF THE WORLD! I had extra dough!
    People really RESPECTED me – and everyone did know,
    To NOT disrespect ME, for I was a jolly, good fellow of “means!”
    I wore silk suits and ties – fancy shoes! Never jeans,

    I met YOUR panties! and we – were “friended!”
    I love wearing your “britches,” soft and nice;
    I love sniffing them – and keeping them in the refrigerator (on ice)!

    So they’re cool, when the weather is a little bit hot,
    And YOUR PANTIES ARE TOO! although their temperature may not!

    THAT’S RIGHT! I have become – “A Panty Man!” ’tis my greatest joy!
    I AM – your “Panty Man!” Your lingerie-ing boy!

    I love your panties! Their smell! Their feel!
    I collect every panty you give me! WHAT-A GREAT-DEAL!
    My past!? is past!! It-couldn’t LAST,
    For, compared to ANYTHING else – Your panties are a blast!

    Different colors! Different styles!
    Each-one-of-your-panties – is-worth: a zillion smiles!

    fin <3

    * – That’s right! There HAVE been others in this series! You simply have missed them!


    “WHAT’S A BALL AND CHAIN?”~ Mystic Poet πŸ’₯

    “WHAT’S A BALL AND CHAIN?” a poem April 2, 2019 (Tuesday)

    A friend(?) approached the other day [asking] “How’s your ball and chain?”
    Well, he-must-have-been-referring-to-someone-I-know! Please, let me explain:

    Here’s something that occurs to me:
    [Single person that I might appear to be]:
    It’s-just – that in this amazing world of ours,
    Isn’t EVERYTHING “a ball and chain?” For instance: CARS!
    You gotta maintain ’em – repair ’em! and, maybe, wash,
    And HOMES! CELL-PHONES! and CLOTHING! Oh, my gosh!
    They all need cleaning! and maintaining! and THEY WEIGH YOU DOWN,
    And Everyone we-know has “BAGGAGE! How’s-it-possible to-deal-with-the-frown,
    Which each new day potentially offers me!

    So, we can all frown and, also, we can all say:
    “This is a ball-and-chain!” and “This gets in the way!”
    And “I don’t need all these THINGS, weighing me down every day!”
    Plus, “If I get involved with THAT – I’m gonna have to pay!”
    “It’s such a big responsibility! It takes effort – and all this money!”
    “What’s the use of – a wife – or-a-routine?” and “Taxes are-never-funny!”*
    Well, yes, life can seem long – and somewhat unfair,
    And – you can lose all “the baggage,” and say that you don’t care!
    I’ll cherish – my life:
    My house, car and wife!
    I’ll-TRY! to-cherish all I’ve got,
    And hug-and-kiss-and-kiss-and-hug – an awful-lot!
    I’ll-TRY to-help! IF I CAN!
    Calling every-guy – “a-real fine man,”
    And every woman – “an angel in disguise,”
    And – I’ll-try to-respect everyone that-cries!
    And realize! that I-ain’t very wise!
    I’m holding-back the-tears,
    Trying-to-deal with-all the-fears,
    That each new day offers me!

    fin <3

    * – or are they?!πŸ€—