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Old 05-12-2010, 09:32 PM
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Dear All:
Guys who do not believe in homeopathy medicine might not find this article interesting. I am a 24 year old Indian and I believe in Homeopathic remedies. I used to have an old id at this forum called isolence but I lost the password of it. So, I created a new one and posting this. I started losing hair in my temples area. I currently reside in US but I have a family homeopathic physician in India. He suggested me to use Scalptone tablets and I bought few bottles here. Apparently, there is a research clinical trial conducted by a physician and concluded improved results. They also have a patent for it. As it goes without saying, Homeopathic remedies do not have any side effects in most of the cases. I will update you guys if I find any positive results.
http://www.sblglobal.com/pdf/Scalptone.pdf
http://india.bigpatents.org/apps/2H7neIC1
I love this forum as it boosts morale at multiple levels and I also admire Bill for his committed work in helping out bald guys by maintaining the forum.
Thanks for your time guys.
P.S: This thread is targeted to the audience who are interested in herbal remedies and who believe in homeopathy and have first hand experience in using homeopathic medicines.
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:18 PM
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I believe that homeopathic has an affect, its called the placebo effect.
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I believe that homeopathic has an affect, its called the placebo effect.
Dear Sparky:
I repeatedly mentioned in my article that it holds good for people who believe in homeopathy. In any case it is up to individual's decision.
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ions,

There are some people who believe in leprechauns and unicorns, but it doesn't mean they exist .

I've seen no scientific evidence that homeopathic therapy can regrow hair. However, since you are going to give it a try, perhaps you'd be willing to document your progress on this community with monthly photos starting before therapy and ending upon termination of treatment.

I'd certainly be interested in following your progress.

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ions,

Nothing against homeopathic medicine. On this forum we're pretty focused on results and documentation from multiple sources over time, but the test you point out is worth noting. It would be cool if you documented it and got some results. Maybe you would change some minds? It can't hurt to try.

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There are some people who believe in leprechauns and unicorns, but it doesn't mean they exist .

I've seen no scientific evidence that homeopathic therapy can regrow hair. However, since you are going to give it a try, perhaps you'd be willing to document your progress on this community with monthly photos starting before therapy and ending upon termination of treatment.

I'd certainly be interested in following your progress.

Bill
Sure thing Bill. I take pictures of my hair line every week. So I shall document the results and update the pics if I see any positive results. The reason why I posted here is because of Herbal Hair loss remedies. You might have heard of St.Johns Wort that is a herbal drug for curing mild to moderate depression. Some people believe and some people don't. It is purely personal choice.
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yeah but St.Johns Wort is well known for being good for depression, the only things that are well known for treating hairloss are propecia and minoxidil.
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yeah but St.Johns Wort is well known for being good for depression, the only things that are well known for treating hairloss are propecia and minoxidil.
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How do you know about St.Johns wort so well? They have conducted clinical trials and concluded that it is no more than placebo effect. But still people believe that it cures MODERATE depression. Propecia and Minoxidil are well known because they have scientific evidence and approved by FDA. Let me ask you a simple question before you comment. Is St.John's wort approved by FDA? How can you even compare Minoxidil and Prop with St.John's wort? The reason why I posted in this thread is because it is HERBAL HAIR LOSS REMEDIES. I repeatedly mentioned in my article that please read it only if you believe in homeopathic remedies and herbal stuff. If you do not believe why read and again comment? Simple LOGIC. Ain't it?
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YEH.......right!
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Dont start getting all high and mighty, everyone knows about St Johns Wort.
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