Counter hair loss with homeopathy

Healthy hair is a sign of inner balance and well-being. Hair loss causes resentment and burdens the soul. It should therefore be treated sustainably. Homeopathic remedies can help!

Hair loss can have many different causes, so different homeopathic medicines should be used accordingly.

Circular hair loss

  • Lycopodium: If circular or diffuse hair loss occurs as a result of a general disease, the homeopathic remedy can provide relief.
  • Arsenicum album: Recommended when the scalp itches and flakes after an illness and there is circular hair loss.

Hair loss due to emotional conflicts

  • Acidum phosphoricum: Diffuse hair loss, beard hair loss, premature greying.
  • Staphysagria: complete hair loss, eyelashes and eyebrows fall out, dandruff.

Hair loss after childbirth

If a woman develops a receding hairline after childbirth and the hair on her head or pubic hair falls out, sodium chloratum can be used as a homeopathic medicine. Homeopaths recommend taking it at a dosage of 6C once or twice a day, or at a dosage of 30C once a day. However, high potencies from C30 should not be administered yourself, but a homeopathically trained doctor should be consulted.

In women: hormonal hair loss

The hormones have a great influence on hair growth and can also lead to hair loss. Whether after pregnancy or during the menopause – hormonal hair loss can occur in women in all phases of life. There are different ways to do this, depending on the type.

  • Lachesis: Suitable for hair loss during pregnancy; aggravated by heat; women who tend to be quick-tempered; headache that gets worse with heat; cannot bear tight clothing on abdomen and neck; Complaints more on the left.
  • Phosphorus: For women with severe hair loss who tend to be hot-tempered types; strong thirst for cold drinks; tendency to headaches; frequent occurrence of cysts or fibroids; often bronchitis and/or colds.
  • Sepia: Hair loss obviously caused by hormones, for example after stopping the birth control pill; often slightly cold women with rather dry skin; often PMS.
  • Silicea: Severe hair loss that tends towards baldness early on; Tendency to colds and inflammation of the skin; poor healing of wounds; often slightly cold women with a simultaneous tendency to sweat profusely.
  • Sulfur: hair loss accompanied by dandruff and rash on the head; women who tend to be quick-tempered and sweat easily; perceive pain as burning, very sensitive to smells.


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