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Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?

 
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Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Tried the FO TU, the Mollassas...did't work.
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Just for men. Very natural
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Tried the FO TU, the Mollassas...did't work.
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No.

If there was don't you think everyone that dyes their hair would use it?
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Iodine supplements w. Magnesium.
Loom up the threads here lots of info.
Read on one of them how it helps from balding and greying of hair.
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Some people that go on the raw vegan diet claim their grey hair goes back to its natural color.
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Reincarnation. Works every time.
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Try to get used to it OP. I didn't like it at first but now I really like my Grey hair. Now that's it's all silvery I'm starting to look more like Race Bannon!
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dont worry OP

we are gonna revolt this summer and throw the elites in jail

then all the technology they got that reverses aging, cures cancer, almost free energy, etc., all available

fountain of youth coming right up
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Try to get used to it OP. I didn't like it at first but now I really like my Grey hair. Now that's it's all silvery I'm starting to look more like Race Bannon!
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If my hair was a great silver color, I'd leave it alone. What I've got is dirty blonde with lots of gray streaks. Very unattractive. I highlight it to cover the gray.
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Wheat grass.
I've been taking it for years, I'm 48 with no grey at all
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OP, I've read that copper will help restore natural color, but haven't had any luck finding it.
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Use the molasses again, with Resveratrol daily a fairly high dose, TA 65, and also go to a dry sauna daily... went from salt and pepper to pure brown again in 90 days, swear to g-d
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Some think grey hair indicates a zinc deficiency.
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Try to get used to it OP. I didn't like it at first but now I really like my Grey hair. Now that's it's all silvery I'm starting to look more like Race Bannon!
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If my hair was a great silver color, I'd leave it alone. What I've got is dirty blonde with lots of gray streaks. Very unattractive. I highlight it to cover the gray.
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You need some of that shampoo they have at Walmart. Can't remember name but comes in purple bottle. It whitens and brightens.
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Try to get used to it OP. I didn't like it at first but now I really like my Grey hair. Now that's it's all silvery I'm starting to look more like Race Bannon!
 Quoting: Mothball


If my hair was a great silver color, I'd leave it alone. What I've got is dirty blonde with lots of gray streaks. Very unattractive. I highlight it to cover the gray.
 Quoting: INK1


You need some of that shampoo they have at Walmart. Can't remember name but comes in purple bottle. It whitens and brightens.
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I've used it. I think it has a small amount of peroxide. I need more than that though : (
Thanks anyway you Silver Fox you! BTW, my dad, and his (male)cousins all had that wonderful silver hair and referred to themselves as the Silver Foxes. My G mah and aunties thought it was hilarious.
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
-detox your body of free radicals
-find ways to reduce your stress
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Tried the FO TU, the Mollassas...did't work.
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oil pulling ..I use coconut oil and my gray hair disappeared
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
I have been all grey since I was about 30 and am a woman with long hair. I tried Henna, even though I was warned it might turn my almost white hair green. I decided that after I paid a fortune for the privilege of smearing warm cow poo on my head (It smells and feels EXACTLY like that and believe me, I am an expert when it comes to cow poo) and waiting around for a half hour, keeping it warm, then rinsing it out to find slightly green tinged brown hair that still smelled like cow manure for 3 days, that henna is just not worth it for me. I do use a drugstore dye atm, but am slowly going lighter to head back towards grey. It is just so much work. I did like that with a brunette color, people think I am closer to 30 than 45, but still not sure if it is worth it.
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[link to www.morethanalive.com]

Diatomaceous-Earth-Food-Grade

"Hair That Grows! - Hair is nature’s greatest beauty enhancer. Hair deserves to be pampered. Hair at 90 micrograms per gram is almost as rich in silica as are healthy bones, which contain 100 micrograms per gram. Silica is a major component of hair. Using a good silica supplement (such as DE) should be part of your ongoing hair care program for revitalizing hair. Silica helps to prevent baldness, stimulates healthier hair growth and assures beautiful shine, luster and strength."

It has many uses around the house as well.

Peace

Last Edited by Amy_A on 04/22/2012 11:01 PM
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
I have been going grey since I was 27, and started to dye it right away. About a year ago, I decided to let it grow out, and quit dyeing it. I can honestly say, that my grey hair mixed in with the dark brown that is left, makes me look like my youngest kid's grandma. I have conceded. I bought a package of Loreal at Walgreens.I am going back to dark brown this week.hiding
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Massage your hair with magnesium chloride dissolved in water - this solution is known as magnesium oil because it feels oily. Much cheaper to buy the magnesium chloride flakes and dissolve in a bottle of water, than to buy magnesium oil premade. This worked!

Previously I also tried massaging coconut oil in my hair in the shower - didnt fix my gray hair but enabled my local chiropractor to put one of his kids through college to fix everything up due me putting my back out slipping on the ice-rink coconut oil laden shower floor; this was on top of the razor gash to my chest due to my razor which I stupidly had in my hand at the time; not to mention the gash on my face as I headbutted the tile soap dish on the way down; and finally breaking my little toe in the sliding glass door shower groves by slipping again on trying to get out of the shower. I actually pass out on the floor and woke up with my wife hysterical because she thought I'd been mugged in my own bathroom!!! It's more than a little disorienting to come to hearing your wife screaming for the children to call the police because I'd been attacked. In my disoriented state I tried to get up to thwart the apparent attacker only to be met by waves of numbing pain running down my legs and my vision starting to black out at the edges.. followed by a searing realisation as to how stupid could I be to not forsee that oil, water, and a razor in a glass cubicle was asking for trouble.
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Massage your hair with magnesium chloride dissolved in water - this solution is known as magnesium oil because it feels oily. Much cheaper to buy the magnesium chloride flakes and dissolve in a bottle of water, than to buy magnesium oil premade. This worked!

Previously I also tried massaging coconut oil in my hair in the shower - didnt fix my gray hair but enabled my local chiropractor to put one of his kids through college to fix everything up due me putting my back out slipping on the ice-rink coconut oil laden shower floor; this was on top of the razor gash to my chest due to my razor which I stupidly had in my hand at the time; not to mention the gash on my face as I headbutted the tile soap dish on the way down; and finally breaking my little toe in the sliding glass door shower groves by slipping again on trying to get out of the shower. I actually pass out on the floor and woke up with my wife hysterical because she thought I'd been mugged in my own bathroom!!! It's more than a little disorienting to come to hearing your wife screaming for the children to call the police because I'd been attacked. In my disoriented state I tried to get up to thwart the apparent attacker only to be met by waves of numbing pain running down my legs and my vision starting to black out at the edges.. followed by a searing realisation as to how stupid could I be to not forsee that oil, water, and a razor in a glass cubicle was asking for trouble.
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I'm sorry I LOL'd at your coconut bathtub story. Where do you get magnesium chloride? Is that Epsom Salt or something different?

hf
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Massage your hair with magnesium chloride dissolved in water - this solution is known as magnesium oil because it feels oily. Much cheaper to buy the magnesium chloride flakes and dissolve in a bottle of water, than to buy magnesium oil premade. This worked!

Previously I also tried massaging coconut oil in my hair in the shower - didnt fix my gray hair but enabled my local chiropractor to put one of his kids through college to fix everything up due me putting my back out slipping on the ice-rink coconut oil laden shower floor; this was on top of the razor gash to my chest due to my razor which I stupidly had in my hand at the time; not to mention the gash on my face as I headbutted the tile soap dish on the way down; and finally breaking my little toe in the sliding glass door shower groves by slipping again on trying to get out of the shower. I actually pass out on the floor and woke up with my wife hysterical because she thought I'd been mugged in my own bathroom!!! It's more than a little disorienting to come to hearing your wife screaming for the children to call the police because I'd been attacked. In my disoriented state I tried to get up to thwart the apparent attacker only to be met by waves of numbing pain running down my legs and my vision starting to black out at the edges.. followed by a searing realisation as to how stupid could I be to not forsee that oil, water, and a razor in a glass cubicle was asking for trouble.
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hfDamn that sounds painful

Glad you are ok.

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Try to get used to it OP. I didn't like it at first but now I really like my Grey hair. Now that's it's all silvery I'm starting to look more like Race Bannon!
 Quoting: Mothball


If my hair was a great silver color, I'd leave it alone. What I've got is dirty blonde with lots of gray streaks. Very unattractive. I highlight it to cover the gray.
 Quoting: INK1


I do but who cares? I don't see my dog getting freaked out over it.

And take 5000 IU of vitamin D a day to stop hair loss. At least that's what I read about it. Couldn't hurt to try it since vitamin D is widespread anyway.
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
Massage your hair with magnesium chloride dissolved in water - this solution is known as magnesium oil because it feels oily. Much cheaper to buy the magnesium chloride flakes and dissolve in a bottle of water, than to buy magnesium oil premade. This worked!

Previously I also tried massaging coconut oil in my hair in the shower - didnt fix my gray hair but enabled my local chiropractor to put one of his kids through college to fix everything up due me putting my back out slipping on the ice-rink coconut oil laden shower floor; this was on top of the razor gash to my chest due to my razor which I stupidly had in my hand at the time; not to mention the gash on my face as I headbutted the tile soap dish on the way down; and finally breaking my little toe in the sliding glass door shower groves by slipping again on trying to get out of the shower. I actually pass out on the floor and woke up with my wife hysterical because she thought I'd been mugged in my own bathroom!!! It's more than a little disorienting to come to hearing your wife screaming for the children to call the police because I'd been attacked. In my disoriented state I tried to get up to thwart the apparent attacker only to be met by waves of numbing pain running down my legs and my vision starting to black out at the edges.. followed by a searing realisation as to how stupid could I be to not forsee that oil, water, and a razor in a glass cubicle was asking for trouble.
 Quoting: dave 1449133



I'm sorry I LOL'd at your coconut bathtub story. Where do you get magnesium chloride? Is that Epsom Salt or something different?

hf
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I get mine from blants, www.blants.com.au, given that I'm in Oz. But amazon sell it, but you could probably find a bulk provider who'll sell 1okg buckets or the like. Epsom salts is magnesium Sulphate, which is not what you want for hair.

I laugh about it now. My wife laughs to the point of crying whenever she tells the story to her friends...!
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[link to www.morethanalive.com]

Diatomaceous-Earth-Food-Grade

"Hair That Grows! - Hair is nature’s greatest beauty enhancer. Hair deserves to be pampered. Hair at 90 micrograms per gram is almost as rich in silica as are healthy bones, which contain 100 micrograms per gram. Silica is a major component of hair. Using a good silica supplement (such as DE) should be part of your ongoing hair care program for revitalizing hair. Silica helps to prevent baldness, stimulates healthier hair growth and assures beautiful shine, luster and strength."

It has many uses around the house as well.

Peace
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DO NOT take Diatomaceous Earth! It's very dangerous to consume and you certainly don't want to breathe it in!
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[link to www.morethanalive.com]

Diatomaceous-Earth-Food-Grade

"Hair That Grows! - Hair is nature’s greatest beauty enhancer. Hair deserves to be pampered. Hair at 90 micrograms per gram is almost as rich in silica as are healthy bones, which contain 100 micrograms per gram. Silica is a major component of hair. Using a good silica supplement (such as DE) should be part of your ongoing hair care program for revitalizing hair. Silica helps to prevent baldness, stimulates healthier hair growth and assures beautiful shine, luster and strength."

It has many uses around the house as well.

Peace
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DO NOT take Diatomaceous Earth! It's very dangerous to consume and you certainly don't want to breathe it in!
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Why do they sale Food Grade for humans?
[link to www.earthworkshealth.com]

Can you explain why so many use it for humans use? I agree with not breathing it in the lungs.

Peace

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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
How bout a Wig or a piece?
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Re: Any Natural way to change grey hair back to original color?
I don't have the problem but my m=neighbor told me that it's a lack of copper. IDK. you all might research it.

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