Grow Longer, Thicker, More Beautiful Hair Using This One Vegetable

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Many people are faced with the problems of hair loss, thinning hair, or hair breakage. Experts will tell you that we all lose about 50 to 100 hairs each day and this is considered normal. We generally grow 100 to 200 new hairs each day to replace the old, but what can you do when it feels as if you are losing 200 hairs and growing only 50? Or none?

If you look at any health and beauty store, hair salon, or drug store, you will see dozens of remedies that will supposedly stop hair loss or regrow hair, but how many of them actually work?


Don’t got out and start looking at wigs just yet, friend. We might have the answer you are looking for and it’s probably right in your kitchen. Onions. That’s right, good old fashioned onions, the amazing yet completely natural remedy that fights hair loss and encourages new hairs to sprout up like new rock bands.

Onions are a terrific way to not only naturally encourage your hair to grow – it’s a super cheap, yet completely natural means to do so. Wouldn’t it be nice to actually have a product work instead of spending 50 dollars for a bunch of chemicals that don’t actually do anything?

OK, there is the smell issue. It’s not as if you have to go to work or to visit your mother in law with your hair smeared in onions. Use it in the evenings before you wash your hair and no one has to know.

How do onions work for hair growth? It’s their high sulfur content. Onion juice will stimulate hair growth because it increases the blood circulation to the scalp and its antibacterial compounds will clear up any skin issues your scalp might be having. Onions will make your existing hair stronger, stop any scalp issues, and open the pores around your hair follicles that might be blocked, all at the same time. Find out more new and beneficial about onions.

Why don’t you hear much about this? Because onions are cheap! There is no money to be made in having your stylist suggest onions; they would rather make a commission by selling you some of their chemicals.

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One Comment

  1. cynthia gozdek

    Feb 23, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    Where are the sources to back up the information in this article?