Natural Solutions That Can Reduce or Reverse Gray Hair

Natural Solutions That Can Reduce or Reverse Gray Hair

Grey hair – it is a sign of maturity and wisdom. But early hair greying is a devastating nightmare. Genetics plays an important role in premature greying of hair, but other reasons like vitamin deficiencies, poor nutrition, and stress can cause this issue as well. Many of us, as a solution, choose conventional hair dyes. This type of hair dyes contains potentially harmful chemicals which not only badly affect your health but also can cause hair loss as well as more grey hair. Do you get afraid? Worry not. Fortunately, many safe and simple natural ingredients have been used since ancient times to decrease or even reverse the growth of grey hair.

Let’s see some of the best home remedies to slow the hair greying procedure as well as in some cases, even reverse grey hair naturally.

Natural Solutions

Black Strap Molasses: It is a type of dark-colored liquid which is obtained during the sugar making process. Many people claim that using Blackstrap molasses regularly can halt the growth of grey hair and revert the natural color.

How to use: Take a tablespoon of blackstrap molasses every other day for a few months. Make sure that it’s blackstrap molasses from sugar cane juice, not beet sugar.

Amla (Indian Gooseberry): It is an incredible natural hair dye. Amla contains powerful antioxidants and vitamin C that helps to renew your hair and make your hair thicker, darker and shinier!

How to use: Every day drink 6 ounces of fresh amla juice or you can massage your hair with amla oil one time each week as well. Take about 6 ounces of fresh amla juice daily. You can also massage your scalp with amla oil for better results.

Onion Juice: Onions are rich in antioxidants, and enzymes that aids to restore the hair’s usual color. The phytonutrients in onions along with their folic acid, copper, and vitamin C helps to delay the natural greying of hair.

How to use: Take a small onion and blend it in a blender. Extract the juice from the pulp with a strainer. Now, make a fine paste of 2 tablespoons of onion juice and 1 teaspoon of honey. Apply the mixture on your scalp. Wait for about 30 minutes. Then, wash your scalp normally. Don’t use any harsh shampoo!

Apply this paste on your scalp 2-3 times a week. Continue until you can see a noticeable result. You can also apply onion juice with coconut oil. Mix an equal amount of onion juice and coconut oil and apply it to your scalp.

Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is like a magic liquid for hair. It can treat dandruff, condition the scalp, and promote hair growth. If used regularly, coconut oil can also keep grey hair at bay.

How to use: Use coconut oil for head massage. You can also use coconut oil along with Aloe Vera gel for an extra boost. Coconut oil and Amla oil together also works like charm. It promotes pigmentation of the hair.

Henna: Henna is yet another fantastic natural hair dye. It has the ability to make the hair a warm reddish-brown color. When mixed with other herbs like indigo, clove or coffee, it can offer a wide variety of shades. Henna is also an incredible hair conditioner. It coats the hair with a fine film, adding brilliant highlight and shine.

How to use: Mix black tea or coffee with henna powder. Add some yogurt and prepare a mask. Cover the mixture and let it sit for 3-6 hours. Before applying, add 1-2 tablespoon of olive oil. Apply the mask properly to your hair. Before washing, wait for 1-3 hours. Repeat the process 1-2 times a week.

Wheatgrass: Wheatgrass juice is yet another fantastic solution for protecting the hair from becoming grey. It packs with nutrition like vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, amino acids, copper, calcium, iron, and antioxidants.

How to use: Drinking wheatgrass juice is the best way to go. 1-2 ounces per day should suffice. You can also add 1-2 tablespoons of wheatgrass powder with your smoothie or soup.

Black Sesame Seeds: Black sesame seeds are one of the superfoods for better hair. It nourishes the scalp, stimulates hair growth and keeps the scalp from different diseases. Most of all, it promotes proper pigmentation of the hair by boosting melanocyte (responsible for the formation of the skin pigment melanin) activity.

How to use: Take a tablespoon of black sesame seeds every 2-3 days a week. Continue the process unless you’ve reached your desired result.

Rosemary: This herb can effectively darken the grey hair while slowing down their appearance. Rosemary promotes hair growth while antioxidants take care of the free radicals.

How to use: Take an 8-ounce jar and fill 1/3 of it with dried rosemary. Fill the extra space with olive oil. Put the jar in a sunny place. It usually takes 4 to six weeks for the concoction to prepare. Don’t forget to shake it every few days! Once it’s ready, apply the oil regularly on your scalp and hair.

Ashwagandha: This amazing herb offers anti-aging properties. It also was shown to balance out hormonal imbalances.

How to use: This herb can be taken as a supplement with your regular diet. You can also add Ashwagandha powder with milk or ghee.

Word of Advice

Hair color depends on the amount of melanin, or pigment, present in an individual. As we get older, less melanin is formed in the body and air is formed in the air shaft, which makes the hair appear grey.

These home remedies are wonderful for pampering and nourishing your hair and delay greying. However, a nutritious diet is also important for the betterment of the hair. For keeping your hair in good condition, avoid taking too much caffeine, alcohol, junk food, and smoking. Stay away from straightening as that is highly damaging to the hair. Massage your scalp regularly as this promotes more blood flow to the hair follicles. You may also like to read our other post How to Prevent Thinning hair: Are you losing your hair? And Natural Solutions For A Dry Scalp 

Tried any remedies before? Got any additional remedies to talk about? Feel free to share and comment below!

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