A growing number of researchers in the scientific community are now starting to find more evidence that supports the potential of plant extracts to improve hair loss conditions. You can find impressive medical and academic studies by just performing your own Google search.
A medical journal called Case Studies in Dermatological Medicine published the work of Sanusi Umar MD in a report entitled, A Multimodal Hair Loss Treatment Strategy Using A New Phytoactive Topical Formulation.
5 patients suffering from different hair loss conditions (i.e androgenic alopecia, CCCA, traction alopecia, and post-menopausal hair loss) were given the opportunity to use an all-natural topical treatment called Gashee, developed by Dr.U himself.
All five individuals experienced amazing improvements in their hair loss.
So how was this made possible? According to Dr.Umar, there are many factors that contribute to alopecia, not just one or two. Inside of working with just one or two pathways, we have to consider an entire picture consisting of multiple, interacting components, including inflammation, oxidative stress, and the effects of protein signaling on the different phases of our hair cycle.
Synthetic drug chemicals rely on very specific molecules and can only target a single pathway. On the other hand, plants naturally contain a variety of compound variations that can seamlessly address the multiple targets associated with real-life hair loss scenarios.