Coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil;
herbal extraxts of he shou wu (Fallopia multiflora)
kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa)
, mutamba (Guazuma
, avenca (Adiantum capillus-veneris)
proprietary essential oils, and rubusoside 70%.
This product is designed to be applied
to the head, over the area where hair growth is
desired, at night before going to bed. Then it
should be allowed to sit until morning, at which
point the product has been absorbed and residual
allowed to sit until the next shower.
wet hair lightly with water and apply
to the hair over the front, top, and
temples of the head. Usage of two teaspoons per
application is sufficient. Then, take a firm bristle
brush and vigorously comb the product throughout
your entire head – wherever you are trying to regrow
hair – massaging the sculp as you more thoroughly
distribute the product. You should do this for about
place a thick towel over your pillow to
protect it from product staining. MaxReGro
work throughout the night while you’re sleeping.
Do you carry any
other herbals that
work for hair loss?
Among our diverse medicinal herbal
offerings, we have four different botanicals in stock that work, in
varying degrees in combating alopecia. Extracts of the last two are
used in MaxReGro
. They are:
- Chanca Piedro -- (Phyllanthyus niruri)
- Cola de Caballo -- (Equisetum bogotense Kunth.)
- Avenca -- (Adiantum capillus-veneris)
- Mutamba -- (Guazuma ulmifolia)
However, it should be noted that this comes
to us from the extent literature. We know of nothing that works quite as well as
, so our advice is, for the purposes of alopecia, to treat these
other herbals as adjuncts.
What's your take on drugs?
We have always taken the naturopathic approach,
though there is no question that dietary corrections can be made to prevent and even
stop alopecia, and to aid regrowth. (By way of example, prior to 2003 -- when the
U.S. FDA destroyed our U.S. laboratory
we used to carry a product that also used
"Fo-Ti" as a base called Shen-Min
In the interest of alternative opinions, here
is advice offered by the esteemed Dr. Joel Wallace, N.D.