If your hair is thinning, graying, or even worse you experience a certain increase in hair fall, these are sure signs of an unhealthy development and reasons for concern, as this eventually will lead to partial or complete hair loss.
Even though balding it is not harmful or live threatening, for many it is an obvious and severe threat. Sadly we live in an image-driven culture, and it seems to impacts many aspects of our life’s socially and professionally.
Some studies (most of them small) have shown that shown that saw palmetto—extracted from the dark purple berries of the American saw palmetto plant—may help treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the medical name for an enlarged prostate gland.
This Sacred Hair Growth Video is about Horsetail Extract, which has a recorded history going back to the Devonian period, almost 400 million years ago. The plant at that time was as tall as a modern palm tree.
Horsetail, not to be confused with cat-tail, is possibly the most abundant source of silica in the plant kingdom, so much in fact that the herb can be used for polishing metal.
It got the name “scouring rush” from this very application. It has had other uses during the ages including being used for kidney and bladder ailments, and as an ingredient in shampoos, skincare products, and in dietary supplements. It has been used as an American folk remedy for gout and gonorrhea, and in traditional Chinese medicine for dysentery with blood, sore throat, and malaria.
Modern herbalists usually use it for kidney stones, urinary tract infections, inflamed prostates, and anemia. The German E commission describes its use for urinary tract problems and as a diuretic.
This Sacred Hair Growth video is about the nettle plant, also known as Stinging Nettle, or under its botanical names Urtica dioica and Urtica urens. , has been used as a traditional medicinal herb for many centuries.
However, the most famous application of nettle infusions is in treating alopecia areata. A gentle irritant, this herb is able to improve scalp circulation, stimulate hair roots, facilitate the flow of oxygen and nutrients into hair follicles, and promote overall hair growth. Clinical trials have confirmed the effectiveness of nettle root extracts for hair growth remedies, including genetic male-pattern baldness and alopecia areata.
This Sacred Hair Growth video is about Chuan Xiong, the rhizome of Ligusticum chuanxiong Hort (Umbelliferae), and is one of the well-known traditional Chinese medicines. It is warm in property and pungent in flavor and possesses efficacy in promoting the circulation of the blood and Gi, expelling wind, and alleviating pain, which has high medicinal value.
It has been used in the clinical treatment of pain, migraine, rheumatic arthralgia, inflammation, menstrual disturbance, and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases for nearly 2000 years. Chuan Xiong is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth.
Most notable properties
Invigorates Blood and Moves Qi
One of the most effective herbs for all Blood and Qi stasis patterns. For Gynecological disorders like irregular menses, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, difficult labor, postpartum abdominal pain and retained lochia
Expels Wind and Relieves Pain
A top herb for all headaches due to Wind-Cold, Wind-Heat, Wind-Damp, Blood Stagnation and Blood Deficiency. Also for dizziness due to wind. Relieves pain associated with Qi and Blood Stasis including pain in the chest, flanks, hypochondria, muscles and joints. For numbness, paralysis, chronic non-healing sores with or without pus, and Bi Zheng.
Contraindications and Cautions
Use with caution during pregnancy
Avoid in patients with excess menses or prone to bleeding
Do not use for Yin deficiency Fire with a red tongue and dry mouth .
This Sacred Hair Growth Video is about Poria. Experiments conducted in China show that Poria decoctions can inhibit the growth of a variety of bacteria, including s. aureus, bacillus coli, and bacillus proteus.
It is also used to promote diuresis and treat loose stools or diarrhea.
Poria is considered extremely safe. The American Herbal Products Association has given polyporus, Poria’s closest relative, a class 1 safety rating. Up to date there are no known side-effects associated with long-term Poria use.
Poria is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth.
Most Notable Properties:
Poria is sweet and tasteless in flavor neutral in nature, and it acts on the heart, spleen and kidney channels. Being tasteless for inducing dieresis to alleviate edema, sweet for tonifying the heart and spleen, and neutral for inducing dieresis without impairing vital Qi, and for tonifying without side effects, it is used reinforcing and purging, as important herb for edema, phlegm retention, diarrhea and other syndromes caused by deficiency of spleen and retention of dampness. In addition, it also has the effects of invigorating the spleen and tranquilizing.
Effects: Inducing diuresis, excreting dampness, invigorating the spleen and tranquilizing.
Indication & Suggestions:
Poria is often used in combination with white atractylodes rhizome, cinnamom twig, umbellate pore-fungus and other for inducing dieresis and alleviating edema, such as Wuling Powder, to treat retention of dampness, edema, dysuria due to insufficiency of the spleen; and with cinnamom twig, white atractylodes rhizome, liquorice to benefit Qi, support Yang and eliminate phlegm, to treat excessive dampness due to insufficiency of the spleen, and dizziness and palpitation due to phlegm retention.
To treat anorexia, pathologic leanness and loose stool due to weakness of the spleen and stomach, poria is often used in combination with white atractylodes rhizome, Dangshen and liquorice to benefit Qi and invigorate the spleen, such as Sijunzi Decoction.
To treat palpitation, uneasiness, insomnia and amnesia caused by Qi and blood insufficiency and loss of vitality, poria is often used in combination with ginseng, Chinese angelica root, wild jujube seed, longan pulp and other drugs for supplementing Qi and blood, nourishing the heart and tranquilizing the mind, such as Guipi Decoction, Anshen Dingzhi Pill, etc.
This Sacred Hair growth videos is all about Rehmannia. In the thick black roots of Rehmannia, traditional Chines Medical Doctors see a strong reservoir of nutrients beneficial to the kidneys and blood, and capable of removing heat and inflammation.
It can be used in the treatment of deficiency diseases where the presence of heat (look for a red tongue) causes symptoms such as fever, menopausal hot flashes, and thirst.
Rehmannia can be used when there is a need to generate fluids—especially with the weakness that results from prolonged low-grade fevers–and with hormonal related deficiencies of fluid as found in Sjorgren’s syndromes and dry eyes. Rehmannis is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth Formula.
Rehmannia is a perennial herb with reddish-violet flowers native to China, Japan and Korea. Its common name is Chinese Foxglove. Rehmannia’s root is used medicinally in Oriental medicine to replenish vitality, to strengthen the liver, kidney and heart and for treatment of a variety of ailments like diabetes, constipation, anemia, urinary tract problems, dizziness and regulation of menstrual flow.
Nutritional Role of Rehmannia
Rehmannia contains Vitamins A, B, C, amino acids, cerebroside, dammelittoside, melittoside, rehmaglitin and other substances that have anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. It helps prevent depletion of glycogen for hypoglycemia and helps disperse heat from the body. Its astringent compounds help stop bleeding of ulcers and reduce inflammation of the digestive system. Other compounds work to reduce capillary fragility and help protect the adrendal glands and liver function. Rehmannia tonifies the blood and helps with deficiencies, working as a blood tonic.
Traditional Uses of Rehmannia
For anti-inflammatory properties
For antifungal properties
For diuretic effects
For anemia and fatigue
For blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol
For urinary tract
For digestion and constipation
Research on the Historical Usage Guidelines
Rehmannia is considered a relatively safe herb and no adverse reactions or drug interactions are known. Mild side effects one might experience when first taking Rehmannia include diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, or palpitations.
This Sacred Hair Growth Sequel video is addresses the Astragalus ingredient in more detail. Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for thousands of years. It was often combined with other herbs to strengthen the body against disease.
Astragaus is called an adaptogen, meaning it is thought to help protect the body against various stresses, including physical, mental, or emotional stress. Astragalus is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth.
Astragalus may help protect the body from diseases such as cancer and diabetes. It contains antioxidants, which protect cells against damage caused by free radicals, byproducts of cellular energy. Astragalus is used to protect and support the immune system, for preventing colds and upper respiratory infections, to lower blood pressure, to treat diabetes, and to protect the liver.
Astragalus has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is sometimes used on the skin for wounds. In addition, studies have shown that astragalus has antiviral properties and stimulates the immune system, suggesting that it may help prevent colds.
In the United States, researchers have looked at Astragalus as a possible treatment for people whose immune systems have been weakened by chemotherapy or radiation. In these studies, Astragalus supplements seem to help people recover faster and live longer. Research on using Astragalus for people with AIDS has produced mixed results.
Recent research in China suggests that, because Astragalus is an antioxidant, it may help people with severe forms of heart disease, relieving symptoms and improving heart function. At low-to-moderate doses, Astragalus has few side effects. However, it does interact with a number of other herbs and prescription medications. Astragalus may also be a mild diuretic, meaning it helps the body get rid of excess fluid.
Medicinal Uses and Indications:
Astragalus has been used for the following:
Adaptogen — protects the body from stress and disease
Anemia — One early study suggested astragalus may improve blood counts in people with aplastic anemia. But the study was poorly designed, so more research is needed.
Colds and influenza — In TCM, astragalus is used as part of an herbal combination to prevent or treat colds, although TCM theory holds that, in some cases, it may make colds worse. Evidence in animal and laboratory tests suggests that it may act against viruses like the ones that cause colds.
Diabetes — Astragalus appears to lower blood sugar. More studies are needed to know whether it can actually help treat diabetes.
Fatigue or lack of appetite from chemotherapy — Some studies suggest astragalus may help reduce side effects from chemotherapy. The studies have not been well designed, however. More research is needed.
Heart disease — Several studies suggest that astragalus may act as an antioxidant and help treat heart disease. However, most of the studies were not well designed, so more research is needed.
Hepatitis — A few studies have used a combination of herbs containing astragalus to treat hepatitis. Results have been mixed.
Kidney disease — Astragalus may help protect the kidneys and may help treat kidney disease, although the research is preliminary. More studies are needed.
Seasonal allergies — One study found that astragalus may help reduce symptoms in people who have allergic rhinitis or hayfever.
Astragalus root may be available in a variety of forms:
Tincture (liquid alcohol extract)
Capsules and tablets, standardized and non-standardized
Injectable forms for use in hospital or clinical settings in Asian countries
Topically for the skin
How to Take It:
There is not a lot of scientific evidence about giving Astragalus to children, so ask your doctor first. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, you should not give Astragalus to a child with fever because the herb may make the fever last longer or grow stronger. Any dosage should be determined by your doctor.
This Video is about Fleece Flower Root, and address the individual ingredient in more detail.
Sacred Hair Growth is 100% natural product, as there is no chemical process behind this extract, and it contains only powder from the Fleece-Flower root, one of the most prominent herbs in Chinese medicine, believed to be bestowed with potent anti-aging and rejuvenating properties.
Fleeceflower (Polygonum multiflorum) is part of the Polygonaceae family, which includes rhubarb and buckwheat. It is also known as Fallopia multiflora, Chinese cornbind, Flowery knotweed and He-Shou-Wu.
Native to the Far East, it is a strong climber with red-brown stems, light green leaves and clusters of small, pink-tinted flowers. Its large roots can weigh up to 6 lbs.
The roots are very important in Chinese traditional medicine and have been used there at least since the Tang Dynasty (713 A.D). The heavy tubers resemble the shapes created by mandrake root and many of the traditional beliefs about Fleeceflower Root (or He-Shou-Wu, as it is known in China) relate to the appearance of the material. The roots are rich in starches.
Fleeceflower root has been given to people suffering from long-term degenerative illnesses to improve vitality and appetite, used to help reproductive and circulatory health and for weakened liver and kidneys. Ancient Chinese texts also record its laxative properties.
The Chinese name comes from a legend of Mr. Ho, who, according to the story, was advised by a monk to eat the root for his impotence and for his graying lackluster hair. After Mr. Ho followed the monk’s advice, not only did he father several children and live to 130 years, but his hair turned from grey to black. The Chinese name literally means ‘Ho’s black hair’ (shou = head, wu = black).
Along with ginseng, Fleeceflower Root is one of the most prominent herbs in Chinese medicine, believed to be bestowed with potent anti-aging and rejuvenating properties. It is heavily connected with Taoist immortality recipes and rituals. Fleeceflower Root contains rhein, a compound known to cause laxative effects. Externally, the herb has been used in ancient Chinese medicine for alopecia.
We make our infusion by adding Fleeceflowers to boiled water.
Fleeceflower root is rich in lecithin, which makes it a beneficial for use in cosmetics. Lecithin, in its isolated commercial form, is used as a granulated additive. Its thickening, emulsifying and antioxidant properties make it a widely used ingredient.
Lecithin softens the skin and helps the absorption of other ingredients. It is a highly conditioning and moisturizing ingredient for hair, which is why it’s used in so many of our hair conditioners and masks. Adding a natural ingredient to the formula also reduces the need for synthetic ingredients and allows for more sophisticated blends of raw materials. Fleeceflower Rroot is an active ingredient of Sacred Hair Growth.