Alopecia, EFA assimilation
Improper EFA and hormone metabolism causing deficiency or pathology. Alopecia, baldness, premature hair loss, or premature gray hair due to inappropriate testosterone conversion. Essential fatty acid deficiency causing fatigue, mental exhaustion, dermatitis, or dry skin.
Mode of action
Alfalfa, Lactuca sativa, Lecithin, Oenothera biennis: Source of essential fatty acids, minerals; internally improves digestion and assimilation of fats; antihormonal effect. Topical application improves the quality and texture of hair.
Sus scrofa (hypophysis): Endocrine disorders; connective tissue disorders, skin disease, stabilizes hair growth.
Juglans regia: Blood purifier, alternative source of the essential fatty acids.
Kalium phosphoricum: Biochemic cell salt for hair restoration, alopecia areata and general falling of hair after serious illness. Circulatory disturbances, due to vascular nervous disorders.
Sus scrofa (testis): Provides glandular stimulation and support regulates testosterone production and secretion.
Excess male sex hormones (androgens), improper fatty acid and fat metabolism or blood toxicity can cause baldness or alopecia. Heredity may play an important fact, however children usually imitate the improper lifestyles and eating habits of their parents that may lead to hair loss. Fatty acids counteract the hormones and toxic agents which cause hair loss. Essential fatty acids are present in vegetables, but these are heat sensitive and destroyed at temperatures of 45oC or less. Eating over cooked and processed foods can severely limit their absorption. Heat processed animal or vegetable fat can go rancid in the body, bypass the liver’s detoxifying process passing into the lymph stream via the intestinal chilifers, thus provoking cellular damage in the body. Impure or toxic blood can also cause hair loss and skin problems. Consequently, toxemia or septecemia may cause hair loss.