Hair is one of the complex tissue in our body, so finding the perfect solution for hair loss is difficult.
However, there is always a chance to reverse hair fall.
The most common form of hair loss, male pattern baldness, can affect both men and women. This type of baldness occurs when a hormone called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) attacks the hair follicle. This hormone weakens the hair, cause it to turn thin and brittle, and eventually fall out.
If your hair regrows then it may be weaker vellus hair grows in your scalp rather than the terminal hair.
Today many treatments for baldness are attempting to convert vellus hair back to terminal hair by preventing DHT from attacking the hair. And many treatments are growing successfully to control the DHT hormone and in future, there may be a permanent solution for that.
Everywhere across the globe, many people are suffering from baldness which is the state of having no hair or lacking hair. The patterns of baldness can vary from person to person.
To control the hair loss naturally, this can be done with two method – massage or by eating a healthy diet for hair growth.
Many people using different types of home remedies with hopes that there is no side effect would appear. But the fact is that these remedies have no side effect on your health but also not provide you with the solution regarding your problem.
Onion is one of the most searched home remedies for hair growth and thousands of people around the world using it to promote hair growth. As it is believed by many that it will help to stop hair loss and also promote hair regrowth and also helpful in removing dandruff.
Many people claimed benefits of onion juice for hair:
– Alopecia treatment
– Dry or itchy scalp
– Hair loss
– Thinning hair
– Dry or brittle hair
– Prematurely graying hair
– Scalp infection
So does onion juice work in hair loss?
Onion juice is a well-known remedy for hair health, specifically for hair loss. And from ancient times onion has many medicinal benefits because of the nutrients like vitamins, minerals, sulfuric compounds and many other.
In a small study published in the Journal of Dermatology, researchers indicated that applying onion juice to the scalp might help to regrow hair in some people.
But it doesn’t show the benefits to all people and also not provide any strong evidence to support the benefits of onion juice.
As it also not a cure for hair loss conditions like alopecia or patterned baldness.
Study support that it stimulate and protect the current hair and there is no proven result that it will surely help to reserve the hair loss.
As hair loss is very common and may involve bald patches, complete baldness or gradual thinning.
But the most common cause of hair thinning or loss is a hereditary condition called androgenetic alopecia.
Other causes for hair loss can develop include certain medical conditions, as a side effect of some medications, and hormonal changes.
Science shows that there are many ways onion juice can help with hair loss as when it was taken as in food. However, more research is needed to know how onion juice benefited in hair loss.
Onion is SAFE when you take by mouth and it is commonly found in food or when applied to the skin then it may be POSSIBLY SAFE for most people because some people face some kind of irritation when they applied on the scalp. As onion juice is very strong so also avoid from sore areas.
Insufficient scientific evidence of onion is some other diseases are:
Hair loss (alopecia areata) – It suggested that applying onion juice to the scalp for 8 weeks might improve hair growth in people with hair loss due to a condition called alopecia areata.
Diabetes – It suggested that adding onion three times daily to a specific diet for 8 weeks might reduce blood sugar in people with diabetes.
High blood pressure – It suggested that taking a specific product containing onion, olive oil, grape skin extract, L-carnitine, vitamin E, vitamin C and folic acid daily for one week might lower systolic blood pressure (the top number) but not diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number) in people with high blood pressure.