Can ginger really nourish hair?


Ginger, the name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is the fresh rhizome of ginger, a perennial herb of the Zingiberaceae family. It is also known as ginger root, Bailayun, Gouzhuangzhi, Yindixin, Yanliang boy, and fresh ginger. The rhizome (dry ginger), cork (ginger skin) and leaves (ginger leaves) of ginger can be used as medicine.

Ginger is pungent in taste and slightly warm in nature. Return lung, spleen, stomach warp. It has the effects of relieving the exterior and dispelling cold, warming the middle to stop vomiting, warming the lungs and relieving cough, and detoxifying. It is often used for wind-cold cold, spleen-stomach cold syndrome, stomach-cold vomiting, lung-cold cough, and detoxification of fish and crabs.

The famous ancient Chinese medicine book "Yuyaoyuanfang" records a hair growth prescription called "Changfa Zirong San", and the medicines used are ginger peel and ginseng. From the perspective of traditional Chinese medicine, ginger is warm in nature and has the effect of detoxification and divergence. Therefore, if ginger is used externally (cut the undried ginger into thin slices and apply it to the hair loss area, 1-2 times a day, about 20 minutes each time), it can strengthen the hair loss. The local blood circulation of the scalp stimulates the opening of the hair follicles, thereby promoting hair regeneration. OEM ginger anti-hair loss shampoo, no silicone oil added, no pigment, no artificial synthetic agents, anti-hair loss, oil control, anti-dandruff, strong roots and healthy hair.


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