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His­tor­i­cally speak­ing, the Egyp­tians had a nat­u­ral cure to treat bald­ness – and it was doc­u­mented in the 1153 BC Ebers Papyrus found in Luxor, Egypt. The Ebers Papyrus is the old­est com­plete med­i­cal text found, and is de­voted to a va­ri­ety of skin dis­eases and cos­metic con­di­tions. A mix­ture of iron ox­ide, red lead, onions, alabaster, honey and an­i­mal fat ob­tained from snakes, crocodiles, hip­pos and lions – and was meant to be ingested af­ter recit­ing an in­vo­ca­tion to the Sun God.

Thank­fully with ad­vanced re­search and tech­nol­ogy to­day, there are sim­pler and more nat­u­ral ways as a pre­ven­tive mea­sure to hair loss and stim­u­lat­ing fac­tor for hair re­growth. Some nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents to con­sider:

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