Malunggay and Balding

Malunggay and balding relationship. Balding is slowly losing hair from the head. Women may lose hair following childbirth or while in menopause. Women who have hormonal imbalances can have hair loss. Aside from genetic male pattern baldness, men can lose hair as their hormonal composition changes with age. Hair loss is caused by your follicles’ response to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Balding is more prone to men as their scalp is weaker.

There are many treatments and medications over the counter to combat the losing hair. Many companies have claimed that their products are best. There are tablets or capsules to be taken in for hair growth. There are shampoos with Minoxidil, exploited for its hair-inducing properties. There are brands claiming that their’s are herbal and only contain all-natural ingredients.

Mother nature has given us all-natural remedy to any of our health problems, be it lung problems, heart problems, skin problems and the like. Balding or hair loss problem for an instance. The most common herbal plants to control hair loss in the Philippines are the Aloe Vera and Gugo. Boiled guava leaves, onion juice have introduced themselves in the market. But have you heard of Morninga Oil or simply the Malunggay oil can actually help you stop balding or hair loss? Moringa or Malunggay contains thiocyanate which strengthens the hair follicles and prevents hair fall. It is used as a natural conditioner and promotes new hair growth. You can use moringa in its oil form by applying it directly to your hair or you can make a tea out of moringa powder and use this to rinse your hair. With this, we may conclude Malunggay and balding correlate with each other.


Getting the best out of the Malunggay, you can simply eat it and its nutrients will sustain your body’s needs. One of the ways to eat Malunnggay is making it as a chips. For best Malunggay Chips in town, Ghems Food Products, a small business enterprise located at Balintocatoc, Santiago City creates and distributes the nutritious and delicious Malunggay Chips. Healthy chips your family can binge in during movie marathons, on the road, and on picnics to name a few.



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