Is your hair turning gray or white too soon? If so, why not try a vitamin cure? Vitamins B5 and B9 are both known to slow down greying of hair.
Good sources of Vitamin B5 include:
– Cabbage, tomatoes, spinach
– honey, royal jelly, molasses
– soybean, sunflower seeds, grains and sprouted grains, wheat and rice bran
– beef, poultry, liver, kidneys, heart
– brewer’s yeast.
For Vitamin B9, eat more of the following foods:
– spinach, broccoli, endive,
– brewer’s yeast
– wheat germ
– peanuts, almonds
Some non-steroid anti-inflammatory medicines have an unexpected side effect: they restore hair pigmentation. However, since they are not without danger, they should not be taken without a doctor’s prescription.
Some persons suffering from anaemia regain their former hair colour after prolonged Vitamin B12 treatments.
Ingesting a small amount of magnesium chloride has helped many people at least partially regain their natural hair colour. The recommended dosage is 3 grams per day, taken in the morning before breakfast, diluted in a glass of water with a bit of lemon, grape or apple juice added.