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Post  Nuada on Fri Sep 12, 2014 8:39 pm

Guys hey,

I am 32, and my hair is turning grey pretty fast. Is there a way to slowdown or reverse the process ? I'd appreciate home remedy type of solutions or things that are easier to access.

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Re: Dealing with grey hair

Post  CausticSymmetry on Sat Sep 13, 2014 4:49 am


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Re: Dealing with grey hair

Post  Nuada on Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:32 pm


Hey, can't believe it's been more than 4 years I wrote this.
I'm 36.5 and I've got lots of gray hair. Still blackish at the first look tho.
The link directs me to youtube and I can't seem to find anything related to that article.


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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:43 pm

Nuada wrote:

Hey, can't believe it's been more than 4 years I wrote this.
I'm 36.5 and I've got lots of gray hair. Still blackish at the first look tho.
The link directs me to youtube and I can't seem to find anything related to that article.


Hosting costs were getting out of hand, so had to just keep the channel on youtube instead of the articles.

Here's the archived version:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180323094750/http://longevitypost.com:80/reversing-the-gray-away-naturally

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Re: Dealing with grey hair

Post  MikeGore on Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:51 am

I came across a product called Melaniq. I don't know if it is any good. Catalase XP with 10,000IU of Catalase Enzyme with H2O2. I don't know if it might be better to get this.

It does say on the Melaniq website that we shouldn't expect reversal of grey hair. Seems like this are more prevention purposes. When we read the science of greying hair we get excited that it can in fact be actually reversed. But they seem to imply that it can't. So can it actually be reversed?

Say I get the Melaniq, Catalase, Copper, L-Tyrosine and Tocotrienols, will it reverse the already grey/white hairs?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:00 am

MikeGore wrote:I came across a product called Melaniq. I don't know if it is any good. Catalase XP with 10,000IU of Catalase Enzyme with H2O2. I don't know if it might be better to get this.

It does say on the Melaniq website that we shouldn't expect reversal of grey hair. Seems like this are more prevention purposes. When we read the science of greying hair we get excited that it can in fact be actually reversed. But they seem to imply that it can't. So can it actually be reversed?

Say I get the Melaniq, Catalase, Copper, L-Tyrosine and Tocotrienols, will it reverse the already grey/white hairs?

Probably would work.


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Post  Nuada on Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:12 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:
Nuada wrote:

Hey, can't believe it's been more than 4 years I wrote this.
I'm 36.5 and I've got lots of gray hair. Still blackish at the first look tho.
The link directs me to youtube and I can't seem to find anything related to that article.


Hosting costs were getting out of hand, so had to just keep the channel on youtube instead of the articles.

Here's the archived version:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180323094750/http://longevitypost.com:80/reversing-the-gray-away-naturally

Thanks.
I've read a couple of other articles as well. They all mentioned copper as a key ingredient. The thing is though, for some reason we don't have any copper supplements in my country. Is there any other way of regulating copper levels aside from getting copper sebacate ?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Jan 18, 2019 5:26 pm

You could try obtaining a low calorie molasses. Molasses is created from the product resulting from refining sugarcane.

For some strange reason, some of the "health store" versions of this stuff sometimes have too much sugar in there. So try to get the low sugar versions, because they will have more copper in them.


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Re: Dealing with grey hair

Post  bocor on Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:28 am

Oatmeal increases catalase in studies i take oat powder so dont have to worry about eating it i just down tablespoons and tablespoons with water
Also goji berries increase CAT
Also adzuki beans increase melanin in studies
So there are 3 food options you could try

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Post  CF on Tue Jan 22, 2019 9:37 am

bocor wrote:Oatmeal increases catalase in studies i take oat powder so dont have to worry about eating it i just down tablespoons and tablespoons with water
Also goji berries increase CAT
Also adzuki beans increase melanin in studies
So there are 3 food options you could try

Nice suggestions Bocor, thanks!

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Post  sachink2633 on Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:19 pm

Nuada wrote:Guys hey,

I am 32, and my hair is turning grey pretty fast. Is there a way to slowdown or reverse the process ? I'd appreciate home remedy type of solutions or things that are easier to access.

Make sure your diet contains these minerals and vitamins:

zinc
iron
copper
magnesium
selenium
B vitamins, especially B-12 and biotin
vitamin D
vitamin A
vitamin E

Take a mixture of grated ginger & honey (1 tablespoon each)
Massage with coconut oil

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Post  calvicie on Fri Mar 08, 2019 10:16 am

Nuada wrote: Is there any other way of regulating copper levels aside from getting copper sebacate ?
I dissolved a piece of copper wire in fulvic/humid acid and added it to my shampoo. Does it work? I don't know
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