The Chinese are reputed for their ability to delay aging, and maintain youthful appearance and vigor. One focus of historical envy has been their ability to retain plush and beautiful hair, even with the onset of old age. Whereas both Chinese herbalism and Western science associate the thinning and graying of hair and associated hair loss with blood deficiency, lack of nourishing substances, and probable lack of vitality in the liver and kidneys - Western science remains inclined to treat it internally with synthetic supplements and/or externally with cosmetic procedures. Chinese herbalists, on the other hand, believe in normalizing bodily functions by focusing on strengthening the kidney and liver and supplementing food with natural and pure herbs and extracts. Due to the underlying philosophy of associating any physical symptom with an internal imbalance (between Yin/Yang), Chinese herbalism has evolved with the core belief that harmony between organs and bodily functions can be achieved naturally and at all times.
Chinese herbalism has a long-standing history, and has evolved a complex herbal nomenclature for normalizing bodily functions whose external effect is observed in unhealthy hair. Over the centuries, various herbal formulas have been developed and naturally administered to patients. An example of herbal formulas to support graying hair is Ho Shou Wu, which has been regularly recommended to help normalize body functions which may exacerbate hair problems, and hence re-nourish the hair with requisite nutrients. Other hair formulas contain a variety of natural, nourishing herbs which help maintain a healthy head of hair. If you are looking for natural Chinese herbal formulas and remedies to regain your lush and healthy hair, then a diverse range of Chinese herbal formula are available.
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