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Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:54 am

This is a post from our member CentralForce. It was posted on the yahoo health group but I think it is a good idea to have this here so many can refer to it.

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The hair on the scalp arises from the Kidney Jing or Essence and is a reflection of the healthful exuberance thereof.

Rich, dark and thick hair indicates free flowing and abundant Kidney Essence which relates closely to the genetic blueprint but not entirely - it is also the expression of genes via free and unimpeded flow.

Persons who are balding could be one of a few things...

Essence deficiency is one, these people will typically bald early or never have hair to begin with and there is often deformation from birth or bone problems and cognitive impairment is often seen in these people. Their digestion is inclined to be terrible and often underlying chronic disease presents very early (people with a hole in the heart etc.). The eyesight and hearing of these people is likely to be very poor.

Blood deficiency can cause baldness, as blood is required to nourish the scalp as the 'soil' for the hair 'trees'. If the soil is bad or lacks moisture and nutrients, the hair falls out. These people often go bald very quickly (ie overnight) but there is hope for them as rebuilding blood with typically bring the hair back. They are more likely to have a receding hair line than go completely bald. They will also have accompanying dizziness, poor memory, possible heart palpitations, a sallow complexion (no gloss) and are often fatigued and find it difficult to get to sleep. Dryness of the eyes is another significant symptom in these people and they often suffer from vertex and occipital headaches. Often the triggering event for balding is internal or external wind which is characterized by muscle stiffness or frequent involuntarily muscle movement of any kind.

Kidney Yin deficiency can produce balding, and is characterized by excessive energy and restlessness, afternoon fever, night sweating and difficultly staying asleep, lumbar, hip or knee pain, headaches in the temples and occupit and thirst which is not overly strong but ever present.

Any major stagnation of qi or blood can also prevent essence, Yin or blood from reaching the scalp to nourish the hair, and this can be brought about by long term or strong emotional stimuli, or physical trauma (stops blood as in bruising). This kind of balding is likely to present in a patchy irregular balding pattern which gets worse over time. Often there is major digestive problems and pain is often implicated here. This is the kind of person whose body appears to be fine and nourished in some areas and severely deficient in others. Often these people also have problems with efficient fluid metabolism and as such may suffer from fluid build up or phlegm congestion. Constipation, or alternative constipation and diarrhea is highly likely with irritability, inflexibility both mentally and physically and loss of ability to gain an erecting with the presence of a functioning libido is possible in men. The pulse of such a person will be wiry, or irregular which indicates stagnation of qi and/or blood.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HorusLucis » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:47 am

Am 30 & I have noted of late,that my hairline is rapidly receding such that i have considered to shave all my hair "Jordan style" as my new style yet i have bushy facial hair which now seems to be growing rapidly that i have to trim my sideburns every now and then to maintain my style.so it kinda leaves me frustrated knowing i will have shave my head hair to comouflage the receding hairline.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Ravenheart666 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:30 am

If I'm not wrong , there was to be a second part to this post with a possible cure for the above symptoms, not to push anybody though , is just I'm a bit scared of this thing too..

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Wed Dec 13, 2017 1:50 am

HorusLucis wrote:Am 30 & I have noted of late,that my hairline is rapidly receding such that i have considered to shave all my hair "Jordan style" as my new style yet i have bushy facial hair which now seems to be growing rapidly that i have to trim my sideburns every now and then to maintain my style.so it kinda leaves me frustrated knowing i will have shave my head hair to comouflage the receding hairline.
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Are you going to work to fix this issue?

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Wed Dec 13, 2017 1:51 am

Ravenheart666 wrote:If I'm not wrong , there was to be a second part to this post with a possible cure for the above symptoms, not to push anybody though , is just I'm a bit scared of this thing too..


Central Force is pretty busy lately. There are definitely ways for you to fix this issue in the meantime.

Are you experiencing hair loss as well?

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HorusLucis » Wed Dec 13, 2017 6:03 am

HPs Shannon,definitely,but well..,some tips?I'l appreciate your input greatly. ;)
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Ravenheart666 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 10:19 am

HPS Shannon wrote:
Ravenheart666 wrote:If I'm not wrong , there was to be a second part to this post with a possible cure for the above symptoms, not to push anybody though , is just I'm a bit scared of this thing too..


Central Force is pretty busy lately. There are definitely ways for you to fix this issue in the meantime.

Are you experiencing hair loss as well?


Well yes and not really , but I can definitely observe a change in my front hairline , and also noted I'm letting lot of hair around the house .... I occasionally used some natural oil and applied on the retreating hairline area, but yeah at this point is only my fear of it more than anything else...(though I should persist more with treatment)
What chaught me more about this post was the excessive salivation issue wich is pretty damn present , especially when I'm stressed , it makes me feel pretty stupid because it's just a matter of how relaxed I am , there are days when I even not notice it and days that I constantly go in bathroom to spit it...also some digestion problems but that's more because of bad transits (anyways I'm allready working on it since yesterday , moon in scorpio)

Getting to the point , I was more intersted in getting to know if there's a more powerful solution for getting chi in the blood , like something more specific from yoga and/or power meditations combined with something else . What can I say , I'm opportunistic by nature , but I'd anyways follow my instincs for solving issues and find solutions on my own ,if alternatives aren't available. Thank you for reposting this and replying , and also a big thanks to Central Force for his efforts on the matter , it's a very useful topic.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Centralforce666 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:10 am

Ravenheart666, your issue is definitely related to stagnation.

Your emotions are affecting the free flow of qi and this is causing phlegm to accumulate, as a result of the stagnated qi negatively influencing digestion and body fluid distribution.

The issue for you is not adding more qi to the blood so to speak, as this will actually make things worse. It is far better for you to seek something which will break the qi stagnation and dry the phlegm.

My suggestion, if you can get a hold of it, and if you don't have any issues with high blood pressure is to combine Zhi Shi (immature bitter orange) with Xiang Fu (Cyperus Rhizome), Chai Hu (Bupleurum), and Bai Shao (White Peony) and take this for a week or so to see if the condition improves. It's unlikely you would see an impact on the hairline in this time but the excessive salivation and other complaints may improve.

An alternative to the above, if you are unable to sour e the individual herbs to create the above mixture is to use a similar pre-made formula called Si Ni San (do NOT confuse with Si Ni Tang which will make the condition worse). This will have a similar effect as three of the ingredients are the same.

Yoga and movement in general will also assist your condition alongside learning to relax, eat smaller meals more frequently and generally reducing the stress you are under or learning to deal with it better.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Larissa666 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:04 pm

HP Shannon, why are mostly men affected by hair loss? It is so rare to see any woman with serious hair loss. (I don't know if I have seen at least one in my life). Is it because there is something in male energy flow which makes them more likely to have deficiency or blockage of energy flow?
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby BoRn of fire » Tue Dec 19, 2017 2:47 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:This is a post from our member CentralForce. It was posted on the yahoo health group but I think it is a good idea to have this here so many can refer to it.

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The hair on the scalp arises from the Kidney Jing or Essence and is a reflection of the healthful exuberance thereof.

Rich, dark and thick hair indicates free flowing and abundant Kidney Essence which relates closely to the genetic blueprint but not entirely - it is also the expression of genes via free and unimpeded flow.

Persons who are balding could be one of a few things...

Essence deficiency is one, these people will typically bald early or never have hair to begin with and there is often deformation from birth or bone problems and cognitive impairment is often seen in these people. Their digestion is inclined to be terrible and often underlying chronic disease presents very early (people with a hole in the heart etc.). The eyesight and hearing of these people is likely to be very poor.

Blood deficiency can cause baldness, as blood is required to nourish the scalp as the 'soil' for the hair 'trees'. If the soil is bad or lacks moisture and nutrients, the hair falls out. These people often go bald very quickly (ie overnight) but there is hope for them as rebuilding blood with typically bring the hair back. They are more likely to have a receding hair line than go completely bald. They will also have accompanying dizziness, poor memory, possible heart palpitations, a sallow complexion (no gloss) and are often fatigued and find it difficult to get to sleep. Dryness of the eyes is another significant symptom in these people and they often suffer from vertex and occipital headaches. Often the triggering event for balding is internal or external wind which is characterized by muscle stiffness or frequent involuntarily muscle movement of any kind.

Kidney Yin deficiency can produce balding, and is characterized by excessive energy and restlessness, afternoon fever, night sweating and difficultly staying asleep, lumbar, hip or knee pain, headaches in the temples and occupit and thirst which is not overly strong but ever present.

Any major stagnation of qi or blood can also prevent essence, Yin or blood from reaching the scalp to nourish the hair, and this can be brought about by long term or strong emotional stimuli, or physical trauma (stops blood as in bruising). This kind of balding is likely to present in a patchy irregular balding pattern which gets worse over time. Often there is major digestive problems and pain is often implicated here. This is the kind of person whose body appears to be fine and nourished in some areas and severely deficient in others. Often these people also have problems with efficient fluid metabolism and as such may suffer from fluid build up or phlegm congestion. Constipation, or alternative constipation and diarrhea is highly likely with irritability, inflexibility both mentally and physically and loss of ability to gain an erecting with the presence of a functioning libido is possible in men. The pulse of such a person will be wiry, or irregular which indicates stagnation of qi and/or blood.
hello Hp thanks for posting this here as I had difficulties getn onto that
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby BoRn of fire » Tue Dec 19, 2017 2:53 pm

For me as Hp Shannon has adviced me started using supplements with certain vitamins in like vitamin e biotin those sort of things and I'm using castor oil and hair foods containing Amla a Ayurvedic remedy Iv read that coconut oil helps too wich I'll get soon it seems like this sort of healing process obviously won't happen over night and it has effected my confidence and stuff wich I'm slowly Tryna grow out of as it's not cool seeing a full haired dude while my hair ain't looking so cool lol

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:30 pm

BoRn of fire wrote:For me as Hp Shannon has adviced me started using supplements with certain vitamins in like vitamin e biotin those sort of things and I'm using castor oil and hair foods containing Amla a Ayurvedic remedy Iv read that coconut oil helps too wich I'll get soon it seems like this sort of healing process obviously won't happen over night and it has effected my confidence and stuff wich I'm slowly Tryna grow out of as it's not cool seeing a full haired dude while my hair ain't looking so cool lol


Did you and I privately email?

Right now, topical things are not the prime healing tool you should go to, since hair is governed by the hormones and kidneys, its bets to start to balance the body--the kidneys especially. There are a couple of things you can do. Bone broths are great for nourishing the kidneys. Kidney qigong is excellent. Yoga as it works on the endocrine system, and giving your body the overall material needed to grow new hair. There are also herbs for that especially in traditional chinese medicine,, you can ask Central Force for this as this is his specialty.

Actually I can post a pdf on kidney center to massage and work on for this. as well as vitamins and supplements for hair growth if anyone is interested.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:31 pm

HorusLucis wrote:HPs Shannon,definitely,but well..,some tips?I'l appreciate your input greatly. ;)
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I replied already in this thread at the bottom for more tips on healing that.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Mon Dec 25, 2017 11:47 pm

Larissa666 wrote:HP Shannon, why are mostly men affected by hair loss? It is so rare to see any woman with serious hair loss. (I don't know if I have seen at least one in my life). Is it because there is something in male energy flow which makes them more likely to have deficiency or blockage of energy flow?


Hi, Larissa. I apologize for the late response.

I'm not exactly sure but I do know that testosterone is responsible primarily for hair production which is why men have way more hair on their bodies overall than women. Women have testosterone too but way less with varying degrees more or less and estrogen factors in- it has its own properties. I think the reason why hair loss in men is very apparent is this drop in testosterone, due to age and or hormonal imbalance-- causing dramatic results as this is the driving and primary hormone in men, when it drops, you will see it manifest as so. Women lose hair too but slower and since estrogen is one of, if not the only, primary and driving hormone, when it drops, it will manifest as menopause, etc.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby 666Taurus666 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 11:06 am

HPS Shannon wrote:Actually I can post a pdf on kidney center to massage and work on for this. as well as vitamins and supplements for hair growth if anyone is interested.

I would be quite interested in that! Thank you for sharing these informations.

So, are coconut or castor oil a little beneficial or not at all? I thought coconut oil was like a cure for everything.

And can someone who is experiencing hair loss do some kind of magic working along with kidney/hormone balancing?
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby BoRn of fire » Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:03 am

HPS Shannon wrote:
BoRn of fire wrote:For me as Hp Shannon has adviced me started using supplements with certain vitamins in like vitamin e biotin those sort of things and I'm using castor oil and hair foods containing Amla a Ayurvedic remedy Iv read that coconut oil helps too wich I'll get soon it seems like this sort of healing process obviously won't happen over night and it has effected my confidence and stuff wich I'm slowly Tryna grow out of as it's not cool seeing a full haired dude while my hair ain't looking so cool lol


Did you and I privately email?

Right now, topical things are not the prime healing tool you should go to, since hair is governed by the hormones and kidneys, its bets to start to balance the body--the kidneys especially. There are a couple of things you can do. Bone broths are great for nourishing the kidneys. Kidney qigong is excellent. Yoga as it works on the endocrine system, and giving your body the overall material needed to grow new hair. There are also herbs for that especially in traditional chinese medicine,, you can ask Central Force for this as this is his specialty.

Actually I can post a pdf on kidney center to massage and work on for this. as well as vitamins and supplements for hair growth if anyone is interested.
yes we did it's the dude from South Africa plz do post as I'm interested Iam using supplements for it tho now with good levels of biotin vitamin e etc I'll research the kidney qigong thanks hp

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:17 am

666Taurus666 wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:Actually I can post a pdf on kidney center to massage and work on for this. as well as vitamins and supplements for hair growth if anyone is interested.

I would be quite interested in that! Thank you for sharing these informations.

So, are coconut or castor oil a little beneficial or not at all? I thought coconut oil was like a cure for everything.

And can someone who is experiencing hair loss do some kind of magic working along with kidney/hormone balancing?
HAIL SATAN


I wouldnt recommend putting castor oil on the scalp as it can block oxygen and other things from the air follicle and cause hair fall...Its a heavy oil.

Coconut oil is good internally and topically for hair but to get to the root of problems like hair loss, one has to really put in work to restore balance.

You can definitely do a working to restore your hair loss.

Some primary vitamins and minerals for hair:

MSM/sulfur
Biotin and all of the B vitamins
Vitamin C
Pure Vitamins A and D
Collagen protein
Zinc, Copper and Selenium
Vitamin E
Iron

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:18 am

BoRn of fire wrote:
HPS Shannon wrote:
BoRn of fire wrote:For me as Hp Shannon has adviced me started using supplements with certain vitamins in like vitamin e biotin those sort of things and I'm using castor oil and hair foods containing Amla a Ayurvedic remedy Iv read that coconut oil helps too wich I'll get soon it seems like this sort of healing process obviously won't happen over night and it has effected my confidence and stuff wich I'm slowly Tryna grow out of as it's not cool seeing a full haired dude while my hair ain't looking so cool lol


Did you and I privately email?

Right now, topical things are not the prime healing tool you should go to, since hair is governed by the hormones and kidneys, its bets to start to balance the body--the kidneys especially. There are a couple of things you can do. Bone broths are great for nourishing the kidneys. Kidney qigong is excellent. Yoga as it works on the endocrine system, and giving your body the overall material needed to grow new hair. There are also herbs for that especially in traditional chinese medicine,, you can ask Central Force for this as this is his specialty.

Actually I can post a pdf on kidney center to massage and work on for this. as well as vitamins and supplements for hair growth if anyone is interested.
yes we did it's the dude from South Africa plz do post as I'm interested Iam using supplements for it tho now with good levels of biotin vitamin e etc I'll research the kidney qigong thanks hp


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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby NightKiss666 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:44 am

I'm 18 and the essence deficiency sounds like my current, 15+ year long issue. Looking at younger pictures of myself I've had hair in areas that are now totally barren. I've tried a number of workings to regulate this issue of mine. From the Thurisaz rune for healing, the sun, and the trine affirmation method. My baldspots have follicles that are considered "dead" by many. I refuse to give up on my search for a resolution to my lifelong and self-conscious problem... Blood flow :D I thank you for this post. I will use this for a new working to fix my balding issue :)
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby BoRn of fire » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:10 am

NightKiss666 wrote:I'm 18 and the essence deficiency sounds like my current, 15+ year long issue. Looking at younger pictures of myself I've had hair in areas that are now totally barren. I've tried a number of workings to regulate this issue of mine. From the Thurisaz rune for healing, the sun, and the trine affirmation method. My baldspots have follicles that are considered "dead" by many. I refuse to give up on my search for a resolution to my lifelong and self-conscious problem... Blood flow :D I thank you for this post. I will use this for a new working to fix my balding issue :)
hi has the workings uve done for hair been any good ?

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Hps.mlimlal666 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 6:42 pm

People with vitamin D deficiency can experience hair loss.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby 666Taurus666 » Sun Jan 21, 2018 7:42 pm

So, the things to do in order to get at the "root" of the problem are:
1 kidney qigong to restore kidney qi
2 yoga
3 taking vitamin supplements/good nutrition
Is there anything else to do, in the first stages of solving that issue?
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HPS Shannon » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:36 pm

666Taurus666 wrote:So, the things to do in order to get at the "root" of the problem are:
1 kidney qigong to restore kidney qi
2 yoga
3 taking vitamin supplements/good nutrition
Is there anything else to do, in the first stages of solving that issue?



That is definitely a good start as you have to balance your physical body and energetic one. The body works in stages and cannot be rushed to rearrange things back to normal when healing. I always find that basic nutrition is enough to kick start balance and healing.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Centralforce666 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 6:41 pm

Essence deficiency is very difficult to treat but once one can identify the main trend of symptoms, herbal treatment can be applied.

For essence deficiency accompanied by cold, lethargy, edema, sore lower back and knees, shortness of breath, depression, frequent urination and nocturia, reduced libido and increased susceptibility to infection a Kidney Yang tonic is advisable.

This includes codryceps, formulas such as Shen Qi Wan and Bai Ji Yin Yang Wan.

For essence deficiency manifesting as Kidney Yin Deficiency predominantly, with the symptoms described in the previous post then Liu Wei Di Huang Wan, Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan (where there is extreme heat in the body), Ming Mu Di Huang Wan or Qing Hao Bai Jia Tang where the eyes are dry and there are liver symptoms.

For generalised blood deficiency, Si Wu Wan is enough, but if there is poor circulation then Tao Hong Si Wu Wan assists, and in severe blood deficiency or blood deficiency with kidney deficiency symptoms then Qi Bao Mai Ren Tang applies.

Qi Bao Mai Ren Tang translates to 7 treasures for beautiful hair (beard) however it contains He Shou Wu, a powerful hair tonic which can also be toxic to some people.

The plant name is Fallopia Multiflorum which has been known to induce dose dependent liver damage in a small fraction of the population.

It is not expensive but if you buy it on its own I recommend that you use it with care and in small amounts at least initially.

It is recommended to cook for 30 minutes in boiling water and take the tea to restore hair but it may also give you loose stools and flatus if the digestion is weakened in any way.

I am going to open myself up to private individual cases of hair loss and a stronger focus here in the group for anyone who wants to consult me for a more individual diagnosis and treatment recommendation using herbs.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby NightKiss666 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:07 pm

BoRn of fire wrote:
NightKiss666 wrote:I'm 18 and the essence deficiency sounds like my current, 15+ year long issue. Looking at younger pictures of myself I've had hair in areas that are now totally barren. I've tried a number of workings to regulate this issue of mine. From the Thurisaz rune for healing, the sun, and the trine affirmation method. My baldspots have follicles that are considered "dead" by many. I refuse to give up on my search for a resolution to my lifelong and self-conscious problem... Blood flow :D I thank you for this post. I will use this for a new working to fix my balding issue :)
hi has the workings uve done for hair been any good ?

No it hasn't. I've spent a good while doing several 40 day workings from the time I've posted on this thread to now. I've even done a Venus square and I've had no results. I honestly don't know what's really the problem but whatever it is I'm sure that a LOT of energy is going to be needed to reverse baldness. And, of course, the advice of others on this thread.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby NightKiss666 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:11 pm

Centralforce666 wrote:Essence deficiency is very difficult to treat but once one can identify the main trend of symptoms, herbal treatment can be applied.

For essence deficiency accompanied by cold, lethargy, edema, sore lower back and knees, shortness of breath, depression, frequent urination and nocturia, reduced libido and increased susceptibility to infection a Kidney Yang tonic is advisable.

This includes codryceps, formulas such as Shen Qi Wan and Bai Ji Yin Yang Wan.

For essence deficiency manifesting as Kidney Yin Deficiency predominantly, with the symptoms described in the previous post then Liu Wei Di Huang Wan, Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan (where there is extreme heat in the body), Ming Mu Di Huang Wan or Qing Hao Bai Jia Tang where the eyes are dry and there are liver symptoms.

For generalised blood deficiency, Si Wu Wan is enough, but if there is poor circulation then Tao Hong Si Wu Wan assists, and in severe blood deficiency or blood deficiency with kidney deficiency symptoms then Qi Bao Mai Ren Tang applies.

Qi Bao Mai Ren Tang translates to 7 treasures for beautiful hair (beard) however it contains He Shou Wu, a powerful hair tonic which can also be toxic to some people.

The plant name is Fallopia Multiflorum which has been known to induce dose dependent liver damage in a small fraction of the population.

It is not expensive but if you buy it on its own I recommend that you use it with care and in small amounts at least initially.

It is recommended to cook for 30 minutes in boiling water and take the tea to restore hair but it may also give you loose stools and flatus if the digestion is weakened in any way.

I am going to open myself up to private individual cases of hair loss and a stronger focus here in the group for anyone who wants to consult me for a more individual diagnosis and treatment recommendation using herbs.


I'm very late replying to this but how can I contact you individually?
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby EnkiUK3 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 10:40 pm

I have heard, "learned", it depends on your granparents, Mothers father, if he was bald, or bald fast then you will be susceptible to heredity baldness.

In Steroid forums they have many threads on this as a lot are worried about such thing as they AAS are known to accelerate male pattern baldness.

I shall double check

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby luis » Thu Dec 13, 2018 5:13 pm

NightKiss666 wrote:
BoRn of fire wrote:
NightKiss666 wrote:I'm 18 and the essence deficiency sounds like my current, 15+ year long issue. Looking at younger pictures of myself I've had hair in areas that are now totally barren. I've tried a number of workings to regulate this issue of mine. From the Thurisaz rune for healing, the sun, and the trine affirmation method. My baldspots have follicles that are considered "dead" by many. I refuse to give up on my search for a resolution to my lifelong and self-conscious problem... Blood flow :D I thank you for this post. I will use this for a new working to fix my balding issue :)
hi has the workings uve done for hair been any good ?

No it hasn't. I've spent a good while doing several 40 day workings from the time I've posted on this thread to now. I've even done a Venus square and I've had no results. I honestly don't know what's really the problem but whatever it is I'm sure that a LOT of energy is going to be needed to reverse baldness. And, of course, the advice of others on this thread.

Can i ask you what kind of affirmation did you use?

I would suggest to use the mantra Satanas with an affirmation like this:"In a positive way for me now my hair are all compleatily growing forever. Now i'm not bald anymore"
You can start this working during a waxing Moon or you can start it during this Winter solistice wich is going to make your spell more powerful and just keep doing for more that 40 days. You can vibrate Satanas for multiple of 8 or a really good number is 216 but do it just if you can keep It for 40 days or more.

This type of things require a lot of energy so i think you should go all out, Satanas is the most powerful mantra that we know and you can keep doing until you want. 216 reps should be the best but if you can't then just do 8,40,88 or whatever multiple of 8.

If you combine it with the physical (the expert here is Centralforce666) then you are going to see change even sooner.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Ghost in the Machine » Thu Dec 13, 2018 6:34 pm

I don't have any hair loss but I do have very, very thin hair that makes my scalp very visible and it's been this way for several years. In addition to that my scalp is very dry and itchy and I wonder if any of this could also possibly involve my crown chakra? What physical remedies can I try (other than yoga, I already work on this) before I decide to spend energy on workings for it? Would come kind of shampoo product help or is it possibly something internal that needs to be dealt with?

It might be important to note that I have gone through several years and years of catastrophic emotional stress and frustrations in my past.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Centralforce666 » Sat Dec 15, 2018 6:26 am

Ghost in the Machine wrote:I don't have any hair loss but I do have very, very thin hair that makes my scalp very visible and it's been this way for several years. In addition to that my scalp is very dry and itchy and I wonder if any of this could also possibly involve my crown chakra? What physical remedies can I try (other than yoga, I already work on this) before I decide to spend energy on workings for it? Would come kind of shampoo product help or is it possibly something internal that needs to be dealt with?

It might be important to note that I have gone through several years and years of catastrophic emotional stress and frustrations in my past.


This problem is related to the depletion of blood. This is similar to anemia but not always related to iron.

Yoga may help but you also need to supplement your body with blood building foods such as eggs, meat and lentils.

Dark meats are best and the colour black in food helps to build blood. Stay away from things which make you sweat and try to consume more water but in small, regular sips rather than all at once.

More importantly, try to rest more, and go to bed before the hours of 11 pm to give the liver time to rest.

Avoid straining your eyes.

All of the above, done consistently for a decent time period (months) will provide an avenue of improvement unless you are also bleeding regularly.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby indrasoma » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:06 am

High prolactin and cortisol, which are stress hormones that rise with aging and declining thyroid function, are the cause of hair loss. Strong thyroid function is basically the equivalent of a high amount of "Jing" or "essence." The reason men lose hair much more easily than women is due to the fact that women produce much more of the hormone progesterone, which is highly protective against environmental stress. Coffee and aspirin are very protective against hair loss because they stimulate thyroid function and progesterone production. A few years ago, I was beginning to bald, but I started drinking 15-20 cups of coffee a day and taking a tab of aspirin a day, and a month later, my hair line and density went back to how they were when I was a child. I know that might sound ridiculous lol, but many people (Benjamin Franklin, Voltaire, Goethe) are said to have drunk 30-40 cups of coffee daily and lived long, healthy lives. The Indian film actor Shahrukh Khan allegedly drinks 30 cups of coffee a day and has very thick hair.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:42 am

indrasoma wrote:High prolactin and cortisol, which are stress hormones that rise with aging and declining thyroid function, are the cause of hair loss. Strong thyroid function is basically the equivalent of a high amount of "Jing" or "essence." The reason men lose hair much more easily than women is due to the fact that women produce much more of the hormone progesterone, which is highly protective against environmental stress. Coffee and aspirin are very protective against hair loss because they stimulate thyroid function and progesterone production. A few years ago, I was beginning to bald, but I started drinking 15-20 cups of coffee a day and taking a tab of aspirin a day, and a month later, my hair line and density went back to how they were when I was a child. I know that might sound ridiculous lol, but many people (Benjamin Franklin, Voltaire, Goethe) are said to have drunk 30-40 cups of coffee daily and lived long, healthy lives. The Indian film actor Shahrukh Khan allegedly drinks 30 cups of coffee a day and has very thick hair.


15-20 cups of coffee per day is a death sentence.

30-40 is definitely death. Your adrenals will only explode. The dehydration will more than likely make someone get a heart attack.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Wotanwarrior » Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:03 am

What spiritual works apart from Hatha yoga and Kriya yoga can help me to correct a deficiency of Yin, this is a problem I have been having for many time and I am aware that to fully balance it can take me years but I am willing to do.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Centralforce666 » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:05 pm

Wotanwarrior wrote:What spiritual works apart from Hatha yoga and Kriya yoga can help me to correct a deficiency of Yin, this is a problem I have been having for many time and I am aware that to fully balance it can take me years but I am willing to do.


Void meditation is a yin practice as is stimulation of the pineal gland and 6th chakra in general.
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Wotanwarrior » Wed Jan 30, 2019 1:03 am

Centralforce666 wrote:
Wotanwarrior wrote:What spiritual works apart from Hatha yoga and Kriya yoga can help me to correct a deficiency of Yin, this is a problem I have been having for many time and I am aware that to fully balance it can take me years but I am willing to do.


Void meditation is a yin practice as is stimulation of the pineal gland and 6th chakra in general.


Thanks for the advice, I have always had my lower chakras stronger than the upper chakras and I am still working to correct this imbalance.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Ivan » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:43 pm

I think I am experiencing hair loss. I used to work at a tanning salon for under a year and bed tanned. I think that thinned my hair out a little.

After I worked at a hair salon and had bleached my hair silver platinum blonde, from dark brown. First time was a double process. She bleached it, then bleached it again to remove yellow spots. A month and a half later I had one more bleaching done and then it was a silver color. This was march 2017. Let it grow out naturally and then I made the stupid mistake of bleaching it one last time in December 2017, right before January 2018.

Haven't touched any dyes since but now I noticed my hair isn't as thick and luscious as it used to be. I can see through the front of my scalp, like through my roots and it's making me self conscious.

I'm thinking of getting a buzz cut and just cutting all my hair off and starting fresh. I've grown it out and all the color is gone but i really want to do something to make it grow back how it was before the last bleach session.

Will a buzz cut make me permanently lose hair follicles? I have been using castor oil recently and will use egg in my hair for the protein.

What do you all think?

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Sero » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:53 pm

I hear Indian Ayervundi oils are absolutely great for you and a lot of Indian men in their 90s that use those oils still have a head thick of hair.

A general rule of thumb is to always massage your scalp, pat your head gently after a shower, take a shower with cold water only or lukewarm and never hot water, and also never use blow-dryers.

Reduce stress and work out and eat healthy and always nourish your hair with oils. This will make your hair last for a long time.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby luis » Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:26 pm

Ivan wrote:I think I am experiencing hair loss. I used to work at a tanning salon for under a year and bed tanned. I think that thinned my hair out a little.

After I worked at a hair salon and had bleached my hair silver platinum blonde, from dark brown. First time was a double process. She bleached it, then bleached it again to remove yellow spots. A month and a half later I had one more bleaching done and then it was a silver color. This was march 2017. Let it grow out naturally and then I made the stupid mistake of bleaching it one last time in December 2017, right before January 2018.

Haven't touched any dyes since but now I noticed my hair isn't as thick and luscious as it used to be. I can see through the front of my scalp, like through my roots and it's making me self conscious.

I'm thinking of getting a buzz cut and just cutting all my hair off and starting fresh. I've grown it out and all the color is gone but i really want to do something to make it grow back how it was before the last bleach session.

Will a buzz cut make me permanently lose hair follicles? I have been using castor oil recently and will use egg in my hair for the protein.

What do you all think?

From what i understood your hair are just damaged and so they are more thin, right? If yes you are not balding. You should just try henna, it's a natural red hairdye wich makes the hair more thick, now i know that it's Red so you may not want your hair red if you have naturaly dark hair just dye them all a dark colour and then do the henna wich on dark coulors doesn't show that much and it still helps the hair a lot.

You can try cocunut oil on the hair too as a mask for the hair, it should help them. There are many way to help damaged hairs so you don't have to do henna, i'm just giving my advice. Look online for natural things for damaged hairs.

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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Aquarius » Mon Feb 11, 2019 7:51 pm

Ivan wrote:I think I am experiencing hair loss. I used to work at a tanning salon for under a year and bed tanned. I think that thinned my hair out a little.

After I worked at a hair salon and had bleached my hair silver platinum blonde, from dark brown. First time was a double process. She bleached it, then bleached it again to remove yellow spots. A month and a half later I had one more bleaching done and then it was a silver color. This was march 2017. Let it grow out naturally and then I made the stupid mistake of bleaching it one last time in December 2017, right before January 2018.

Haven't touched any dyes since but now I noticed my hair isn't as thick and luscious as it used to be. I can see through the front of my scalp, like through my roots and it's making me self conscious.

I'm thinking of getting a buzz cut and just cutting all my hair off and starting fresh. I've grown it out and all the color is gone but i really want to do something to make it grow back how it was before the last bleach session.

Will a buzz cut make me permanently lose hair follicles? I have been using castor oil recently and will use egg in my hair for the protein.

What do you all think?
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Re: Balding and Hair Loss

Postby Prismalayam » Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:59 pm

Ivan wrote:...


Because of your history of hair treatment, it is likely you used the hair products with silicones in it to reduce damage of hair bleaching/coloring. You should use vinegar (apple cider vinegar) treatment to remove buildup on your scalp and this will let hair follicles to grow again without restriction. And like HP's repost at top of this thread, the internal health is important deciding factor of cosmetic results

Here is quote from this thread: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1153

"Just a quick reminder to everyone interested in beauty and/or skin health.

Silicones, most commonly labelled as dimethicone but also anything ending in “cone”, are used in lotions, shampoo, conditioner, cosmetics, and other beauty products. These give immediate benefits such as smoother skin and hair, but the long term use is very detrimental.

Silicones are an artificial coating that create a barrier, a shield similar to a rubber mask, on your skin and hair. This provides immediate smoothing, but does not allow for the penetration of any natural remedies such as coconut oil. Silicones also do not wash out, they wear out in time though, or by the use of vinegar.

So if your products such as shampoo and body wash contain silicones, then any coconut oil or anything will not be able to penetrate into your skin, for long-term results."


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