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Remediesfor Treating Alopecia

Great nettle (Uritca dioica) has during a long time been used in medicine as a remedy for making hair better and for treating hyperplasia of prostate gland. An extract received from a root of a nettle, can block formation dehydrotestosterone and estrogen, inhibiting two main enzymes 5Alpha- reductase and aromatase. The combination of extracts of such two plants as great nettle (Urtica dioica) and African plum tree (Pygeum africanum), have strong antiandrogenic effect. Preparations with these plants are recommended for treatment of hyperplasia of prostate gland and as a prophylaxis of hair loss.

If androgenic hormones cause alopecia, estrogen, on the contrary, stimulates hair growth on a head. But take a little time to give to patients a synthetic estrogen, because it can have side effect (phlebitises and induction of neoplasms, including breast cancer). Nevertheless there are substances which have estrogen-like action without by-effects in adjusting dosage. By its chemical structure it only remotely resembles estrogen, nevertheless, it can contact with estrogen receptors (of course, its sensitivity to these receptors is much lower, than that of estrogen). These connections are found out in some plants, that’s why it has the name of phytoestrogen.

Only such phytoestrogens as isoflavone and lignans have antiandrogenic action and block enzyme of 5 alpha – reductase. Because of this it is always added in structure of remedies for androgenic alopecia treatment and correction of seborrhea oleosa and acne.

Isoflavones are the most studied and actively used in cosmetics. There are two types of them: first is glycone (genistin and daidzin), which are connected with a glucose molecule. Second type is aglycon (genistein and daidzein), which do not contain this molecule. Aglycons as products of hydrolysis have a cutaneous activity and can be used in producing cosmetic preparations.

Isoflavones are contained in soybeans and in clover, lignans are in cereals and in vegetables, and also in oil-bearing plants and in a Lucerne.

There are also two more substances, which have inhibitory action on 5Alpha- reductase are vitamin В6 and zinc. Vitamin В6 changes response of tissues to steroid hormones and blocks an action of androgens. Zinc reduces activity of sebaceous glands, reduces manifestations of acne, that’s why it has antiandrogenic action. Animal study shows an ability of zinc to stimulate hair growth. Beer yeast is rich in vitamin В6, that’s why nutritious mixes and shampoos with beer yeast, if you have an androgenic alopecia, will give a beneficial action. Zinc can be a part of peroral food additives and ointments spreading on skin.

Doctors talk much about antiandrogenic action of stevia, but we think, that this is not proved. Remedies made on a basis of stevia, practically without reducing of erection, considerably reduce sexual attraction of men to an opposite sex.

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