Apple Remedy & Cure for Baldness

by Joshua Bailey

Baldness is something many people experience in their life, and there are ways to help prevent baldness from occurring and grow hair back. Among the supplements and hair tonics that are said to help cure baldness is something simpler and more inexpensive that you can try. Apples have agents that help hair to grow, and there are several reasons and remedies that prove this.

Procyanidin B-2 and Polyphenols

Baby green apples are the richest source of procyanidin B-2, and element that promotes hair growth and strength. The chemicals are found in the skin of sour apples, which have not completely matured yet. It has been proven that these agents can stop and reverse baldness

There are supplements that can be taken that aid in natural hair stimulation and growth, along with stronger finger nails and even smoother skin. There are no toxic properties or side effects affiliated with procyanidin, so it has been deemed safe.

Polyphenols are natural antioxidants found in apples that help rid the body of toxins and unwanted elements that cause hair loss and prevent hair growth.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has been said for many years to promote hair growth and prevent baldness. Because apple cider vinegar contains the polyphenols and procyanidin B-2 elements, it is safe to use and has no side effects. Also, the body does not always absorb nutrients completely, so the best way to get the polyphenols and procyanidin into the body is through the scalp so it can be directly absorbed. All you do is simply rub a small amount of apple cider vinegar into your roots on a daily basis to keep your scalp healthy and prevent dandruff build-up. Within a month of beginning this home remedy, you should begin to see that your hair is thicker, fuller, and areas of baldness beginning to fade. Also, there are a few shampoos and treatments out there made with these agents found in apples if you prefer to use those instead of apple cider vinegar.

About the Author

Joshua Bailey resides in Pennsylvania and has been a professional writer since 2007. His writing focuses on topics in film, entertainment, music and religion. Bailey has been published on eHow and has written numerous articles for three universities. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in business and creative writing from Moravian College.