Why do some people go gray in their 20’s while others don’t see the first sign of silver until age 50?
Hair goes gray when color-producing cells stop producing pigment.Grey hair is becoming common nowadays. Through the natural process of graying of hair is observed for long, however, these days this phenomenon is becoming more common in earlier ages and even in teenagers its frequency is increasing at an alarming rate.
Graying of hair is a natural process and as the man ages the capability to synthesize the normal amount of melanin pigment (the one responsible for giving black color to the hair) declines this ultimately results in grey or whitening of hair.
However, if the hairs grey earlier in life i.e. premature graying is connected to some pathologies and bad habits and therapeutics may be required for it.
Typically, white people start going gray in their mid-30’s, Asians in their late 30’s, and African-Americans in their mid-40s. Half of all people have a significant amount of gray hair by the time they turn 50.
Vitamin B-12 deficiency or problems with your pituitary or thyroid gland can cause premature graying. Zinc and copper are responsible for the proper nourishment of the hair that assists metabolic processes involved in giving hair its natural color and deficiency of these vitamins and minerals affects the hair color.
Lack of vitamin C and E, then the hair turns into gray very normally.
Smoking is also is responsible for premature graying of hair. One reason is that smoking is the source of development of free radicals in the body of the smoker and these free radicals cause oxidative stress in the body, leading to decrease in the pigmenting capacity of the melanin and resulting in graying of hairs.
Diet especially junk foods or processed food accelerate aging by increasing the oxidative stress and deposition of AGE`s (Advanced Glycation Endproducts) which accelerates aging and results in loss of hair colors.
The people who are highly addicted for junk foods rather than the nutritious (vitamin C and E) will lose their nice and silky black hair at a very young age.
How to prepare this miraculous remedy at your home!
200 grams of flaxseed oil
4 medium sized lemons
3 small cloves of garlic
2.2 lbs / 1 kg of honey
Method of preparation:
First you need to put the garlic and all the lemons in a blender and mix. Don’t forget to peel just two of the lemons before putting them in a blender. After that, add the flaxseed oil and honey and mix again. Place the mixture in a glass bowl and tightly close it with a lid. Keep this mixture in the refrigerator for few hours.
How to consume it:
You need to consume this homemade remedy before each meal. You should consume 1 tablespoon.
Note: make sure you use wooden spoons, instead of metal ones! And make sure you consume it at least 3 times every day.
This homemade remedy is really amazing and effective. It will return the natural color to your hair and it will make your hair shiny and thicker than ever. If you want to get the best results, make sure you use this remedy for 2 weeks. This remedy is very simple and easy to make, with easy available ingredients. So, nothing is stopping you from using it! Thanks for reading and if you enjoyed this post, please share it with your friends and family.
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