The best Chinese herbs for alopecia areata

In this post, I’m going to share with you the best Chinese herbs for alopecia areata and most importantly, I’m going to show you how you can use them in order to get the best results.

The herbs you are going to find out in this post are very common, in fact, they are probably in your house right now, however, most people don’t know that they can be used for alopecia areata simply because they don’t know what they have in the first place!

So, what’s alopecia areata?

If you can answer this question, then, you have half the answer, in fact, you are already near treating this terrible skin condition!

What I’m saying here is very easy to understand, alopecia areata is an auto inflammatory disease, meaning that your immune system is attacking your healthy hair follicles and causing them to stop producing hair strands.

Well, by knowing this very important answer, you will know exactly how to treat this terrible skin condition, it has to do with inflammations.

Well, by lowering inflammations in your body, you are not only going to treat alopecia areata, but you are also going to lower your cardiovascular and cancer risks tremendously.

And now, let’s discover the two best Chinese herbs for alopecia areata, trust me, they are extremely common and are going to give you amazing results when it comes to your hair loss:

They are ginger and green tea!

No, I’m not going to tell you about difficult to pronounce Chinese herbs or even worse, Chinese herbs you can never find in your local health food stores!

I’m only going to show you the best Chinese herbs I have used myself for treating my alopecia areata, and most importantly, how to use them to get fantastic results very quickly and efficiently.

The first herb we need to talk about is green tea.

Of course, green tea is available everywhere, in fact, it’s so packed with nutrients that it’s probably the best drink you can have on a daily basis which is also fantastic for reducing cancer risks and also treating cardiovascular problems, of course, this can be done with following a good diet.

So, how can green tea help your alopecia areata?

It’s very easy to understand, both green tea and ginger are going to lower inflammations in your body, this is very important because it’s also going to lower your immune system attacks on your hair follicles, this means that soon, with dietary changes I have already talked about in many of my previous posts, for more information, you just need to look for the terms nutrition and alopecia in the search form above to find out which posts to read, you will be able to reduce inflammations and also increase hair growth tremendously.

And now, here is how to use these fantastic Chinese herbs for alopecia areata:

Every day, I want you to brew the following herbal tea:

Take one cup of hot water in which you are going to brew a quarter of a teaspoon of ground ginger and one green teabag.

If you have ground turmeric, then, you should probably add half a teaspoon, it’s also packed with anti-inflammatory compounds.

Wait ten minutes and then drink everything, it’s very powerful and please, do not try to use honey or other sweeteners as they are going to increase inflammations in your body.

Please, if you have a question concerning these Chinese herbs for alopecia areata, I will be very happy to answer it, just post it in the comment section below.

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