Hair Loss Problem: Try These 6 Home Remedies

Having hair loss in excess. If you want to stop hair loss permanently then try these 6 home remedies. You will surely get the results.

Essential oils

Essential oils are plant-based compounds that have been distilled to where you have the oil-based compounds that work as a natural form of medicine.

These are called volatile oils and they’re very high in certain compounds that have an aromatic effect and can also in certain cases be used internally.


Rosemary oil is one of the best oils out there for naturally thickening the hair. What I’d recommend you do is take some rosemary oil, you can massage it in your scalp with some olive oil, great natural hair thickener.

Rosemary has the properties of being strongly naturally anti-inflammatory, as well as nourishing your body’s reproductive organs, and hormones are key when it comes to hair loss.

Cedarwood and clary sage:

Clary sage acts by reducing stress and helping to balance out estrogen and progesterone levels in the body. So again, those can be great essential oils to use


Again, these are great blends to use here as well. Spikenard is a cousin of lavender oil. Spikenard also reduces stress. You’ll see stress is a major cause of hair thinning, as is a hormone called DHT, that’s dihydrotestosterone. It is probably the root cause of hair thinning and hair loss.

Homemade hair thickener

You do 1.5 ounces of jojoba oil, grape seed oil, cedarwood oil, rosemary oil, and sage oil, 30 drops of each of those. Place it in a glass container and then simply take it, rub it on your scalp three times a week for 20 minutes, and then you can actually take a shower. You can leave it in for two hours as well and then take a shower.

But that’s how we recommend using this homemade hair thickener using jojoba oil, grape seed oil, cedarwood oil, rosemary oil, and sage oil.


Now let’s talk about the best supplements to stop hair loss.

Saw palmetto

Saw palmetto is a traditional remedy that’s also used in the treatment of prostatitis or male prostate issues.

In prostate inflammation, the prostate gland, as are many reproductive glands, are very interconnected to the release of a hormone called DHT, that’s dihydrotestosterone. That’s been shown to be the hormone that’s correlated with male pattern baldness. So if a man starts to lose his hair or a woman, their body can be producing too much DHT.

Saw palmetto is the number one DHT blocker of all supplements out there today, so it can be a great remedy for hair loss.

Protein powder made from bone broth

Bone broth is very high in collagen. We know that collagen helps naturally thicken your hair. In fact, in order for you to get rid of cellulite or have defined muscles or just in general for you to have thicker hair, thicker nails, healthier-looking skin, bone broth is the number one superfood in the world.

I recommend using a protein powder that is actually made from bone broth, another great supplement.


Pygeum is very similar to saw palmetto. It’s been shown in clinical studies to help improve prostate health, but in addition, both for women and men, help block DHT, that’s dihydrotestosterone.

Pumpkin seed oil

Pumpkin seed oil is very rich in zinc. Doing one tablespoon of pumpkin seed oil, because of the zinc and because of some of the antioxidants, has actually been shown to help naturally thicken hair and stop DHT production in the body, all while supporting the immune system.


Ashwagandha is known as being an adaptogenic herb, meaning it helps your body better adapt and deal with stressors you might face.

Now, we’ve talked about there are many causes of hair thinning. Too much of the hormone DHT, that’s one big one, okay? Lack of certain nutrients in your diets such as certain B vitamins and zinc and collagen. And one of the third things that can actually cause issues is emotional stress or when cortisol gets too high. If cortisol gets too high in your body or then even drops too low, that can cause you to lose your hair or hair thinning.

And the number one herb that acts as an adaptogen that can help with hair thinning and loss is ashwagandha, using that herb on a daily basis.


This has been shown to improve endurance, stamina, sexual function as well, libido. So Rhodiola is used as well in Ayurvedic Arabic and Chinese medicine as a natural adaptogen that can be used in conjunction with ashwagandha.

B-complex vitamins

We know vitamin B12 really supports your nerve system. We know that folate supports hormones in your nerve system. But in general, B-complex vitamins help strengthen your skin, hair, and nails. Remember, if you’re buying vitamins and supplements, you want to make sure they are all certified organic, made with whole-food ingredients.

Fish oil

Most of us have way too much inflammation in our body. Inflammation can also lead to hair thinning. And so if you want to naturally thicken your hair, doing 1000 to 2000 milligrams of fish oil a day or cod liver oil or some sort of omega-3 blend can help naturally thicken the hair.

Aloe vera juice

Aloe vera juice, because of its really unique types of something called polysaccharides, has been shown to increase cell communication in the body but also act as a natural hair thickener.


Doing 15 to 30 milligrams a day of a zinc supplement can naturally help thicken hair.

Foods to eat

Organic foods

So many of the foods we’re eating, if we’re talking about meat and dairy products, are loaded with hormones and steroids and other medications.

And I’m not telling you not to eat meat or dairy, I’m telling you that if you’re going to eat meat and dairy, make sure those foods are certified organic or wild, that they’ve never been exposed to herbicides, pesticides, or steroids and other types of chemicals. But go organic in your diet.

Eat pumpkin seeds

We talked about pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc, fiber, and other nutrients that can help with thickening hair.


Wild-caught fish like salmon, very high in omega-3 fats. Tuna, mackerel, halibut, sardines are also good options.

Green tea

Green tea extract contains a compound called EGCG that stands for epigallocatechin, and EGCG is an incredible antioxidant-rich compound that can actually stop hair loss and really protect your body from the damaging side effects of high cortisol and other hormone imbalances in the body.

Chia seeds

We know chia seeds are high in omega-3s as well, which are great for the skin, hair, and nails. Flax and hemp follow in the same suit.

Bone Broth

Drinking bone broth on a daily basis is great because of all of the collagen, not to mention the hyaluronic acid, the glucosamine, and chondroitin, which can naturally help thicken your hair.

Foods to avoid

Trans fatty acids

Reason being, these cause inflammation, which is going to throw off hormones and create more DHT production in the body.


It causes inflammation and Candida to build up in the body. When your body has too much yeast overgrowth, it actually decreases nutrient absorption, so you’re not getting as many vitamins absorbed, such as zinc and vitamin D and other nutrients that support having thick healthy hair and balancing out hormones that are important for your stress response.

Processed foods

Eating processed food with all of the chemicals and food additives and fried foods we know cause inflammation and can throw off your hormones.

Alcohol and caffeine

Now listen, one cup of coffee a day or a couple of drinks of a tea a day, that’s fine. But drinking caffeine in excess can absolutely cause those cortisol levels to skyrocket, really wear out your adrenals, exhaust those.

And then also, too much alcohol we know can affect the body as well, causing hair thinning and hair loss because of what it does to B vitamins and depletion in the body.

Reduce emotional stress

Reducing emotional stress is a key part of keeping your hormones balanced. We know there are clinical studies showing if you have high-stress levels you age faster, your hair turns gray or white faster, it thins your hair, causes a number of other imbalances in the body, from cortisol to leptin and ghrelin, which cause you to eat more and have more food cravings, which you might be having. All of those are signs of emotional stress.

Here’s how you reduce emotional stress. Figure out individually how to deal with those things better, get them off your plate. Do something to reduce stress. Or some things, you’re going to have stressors, you just can’t do anything about it. And then you need to take time and write down the five things you love doing the most on a regular basis that you can do locally. Maybe it’s lunch with a best friend, maybe it’s going and walking trails or the mall or indoor rock climbing or making stuff up. But whatever it is you love to do, write those things down and schedule those into your week.

Conquer dandruff

Apple cider vinegar

So washing your hair with a little bit of apple cider vinegar can actually help conquer dandruff.

Properly hydrating

Getting plenty of water in your diet on a daily basis, eight glasses or more.


And then consuming probiotics. I’d recommend getting an SBO probiotic supplement, so soil-based organism probiotics are great for fighting dandruff.


So here’s what you need to do in order to stop hair loss now and naturally thicken your hair. Use essential oils, especially rosemary oil, on a daily basis.

Take specific supplements. Remember, a protein that comes from bone broth. Fish oil, aloe vera juice, ashwagandha, those are some of the best.

Eat more organic food, especially pumpkin seeds, wild-caught salmon, flax, chia, and bone broth. Also remember, reduce emotional stress. And get these things out of your diet, ditch the trans fats and hydrogenated oils, get rid of the sugar, the processed foods, excess alcohol, and caffeine. If you do those things, you’re going to have thicker and fuller hair.