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How i stopped my hair loss in a few days (due to dandruff/scalp issues)

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by precha » January 24, 2011 at 10:28 am #137905

Basically my hair loss started when i was 18 and it was really sudden, There was no pattern to the hair loss and i didnt really receed or anything. The main hair loss was in the napes of my neck, sides of my head and sideburns and there was a lot of thinning on my crown but the hair didnt miniaturize it just never grew back.

As this was happening i had serious tingling/burning on my scalp, oily hair even though i washed my hair day and night, and my scalp would itch wereever i tapped my head. I tried everything to stop this.

My scalp felt like it couldnt breath, so a few months ago i brought a colloidal silver generator to help with the dandruff and rubbish on my scalp but on its own it didnt help at all. About a week ago i found out about dmso and figured i would mix it with some essentials oils to increase the penetration into my scalp. So i tried that and it didnt really help on its own.

Then i thought i would mix the colloidal silver and dmso in a spray bottle. So i got a 50ml spray bottle and poured in about 70% colloidal silver and the rest with dmso, shook it and just sprayed it everywhere and drenched my head.

I did this all day. Then i took a shower and noticed when the water soaked my head my hair felt different (softer/less oily). There was alot less hair also in the drain. So i was a little excited.

When the hair dried i combed my hair with a hard boar bristle brush and combed out so much dandruff and dead skin from my scalp it was crazy. As i was combing there were only a few hairs coming out considering how hard i was combing to get this stuff off my head.

Ive been doing this now for 4 days now and my hair loss has reduced to about 5% and my hair feels so clean. Its also thickened up alot in a short amount of time. I have not seen any regrowth yet but its way to early. But if my hair loss stopped so quickly maybe my hair will grow back just as quick(before my hair started falling out i had to cut my hair every two weeks it would grow so fast).

Im gonna carry doing this everyday until ive got a full head of hair again.

A LITTLE WARNING

For some reason when i spray the liquid on my scalp it doesnt sting but if it drips onto my neck or forehead it burns considering how much dmso you put in. If this happens i just was my face then rub aloe on it and it goes.

I hope this helps some people on here

God Bless

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by johnson » February 26, 2014 at 10:56 am #157301

Try to use natural herbal products,it will reduce your hair fall and u will get improvement in your hair…AVOID CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

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by Steve » August 21, 2015 at 9:07 pm #193633

i did this in 6 months.

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by Steve » August 21, 2015 at 9:08 pm #193634

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by mania » October 3, 2016 at 1:07 am #194260

How much are you satisfied by this ??

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by pamela6000 » February 7, 2017 at 9:42 am #194445

What was the strength of Collodial silver you made.. which CS maker do you use? Also, can you tell us the % of DMSO liquid, as there are a couple different ones I believe, thanks and great post!

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by Maui2017 » February 22, 2017 at 1:44 am #194451

Precha, I have the same scalp burning you’ve mentioned. I believe it’s due to a sublaxation in the atlas/axis vertebrae. Im going to a neck chiropractor soon. I’ve been struggling with this for a lomg time. Also have lost 60% of my hair. Did the treatment you recommended work for you? Have you found the answer to stop the scalp burning? Any info would be amazing. Thank you xx

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