Friday, March 05, 2010

An Herbal Solution to Baldness?

Is saw palmetto safe to use for male pattern baldness? If so, what dose? I've read that some products provide up to 1,500 mg, which seems excessive. Do other herbs and supplements like nettle root, pumpkin seed, Pygeum africanum, and zinc help?

Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is a small berry-bearing palm tree native to the coastal region of the southeastern United States. I recommend taking a standardized extract of the berries (160 mg twice a day) to address benign prostatic hyperpasia (BPH), the enlargement of the prostate that often develops in men over the age of 50.

I've read a few reports that saw palmetto can promote hair growth in men. Some people even recommend squeezing out the contents of saw palmetto soft gel capsules and rubbing it into the scalp. I think the effect, if any, is modest. Read more...

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