As you grow old, your hair tends to fall naturally. But, witnessing hair thinning or balding in your 20’s and 30’s is not normal. Beyond age and genetic effects, the common reasons for abnormal hair loss can be diet, exercise, illness, disease, etc. Anxiety is one of the significant reasons for hair loss. Hormonal imbalance can also cause depletion of hair. Recent research suggests that digestive disorder is the root cause of hair fall and other causes are apparent indicators. Digestive disorder indicates abnormal or impaired pancreas. The pancreas releases enzymes into the small intestine to help with digestion. Poor digestion causes several diseases to appear. It also means that the pancreas fails to convert the food you take into essential nutrients for your body to function normally. As a result, it deprives the hair to receive vital nutrients for its healthy growth. Then, the hair fall is imminent.
Allopathic medicine can address an abnormal pancreatic function to an extent, but it is not a long term solution. Alternatively, the Ayurveda has a great potential to repair the dysfunctional pancreas. Ayurvedic practitioners prescribe various explanations for the treatment of impaired pancreas. We propose a unique Ayurvedic solution that has great potential to correct an abnormal pancreas and digestive disorder. The solution mix consists of raw Paan leaf (betel leaf), raw ginger (Adrak), raw turmeric (Haldi), and Raw Basil leaf (Tulsi pata). You need to chew and swallow one raw Paan leaf, 5 to 10 grams of raw ginger, 3 to 5 grams of raw turmeric, and 7 Raw Basil leaf on an empty stomach every morning. Then, drink one glass of boiled Jeera (cumin seeds) water when it was at an average temperature, after boiling one tablespoon of cumin seeds in water for 10 minutes, on an empty stomach every morning. Anecdotal evidence suggests that this solution will do a miracle to your pancreas in correcting its impairment and consequently in preventing hair loss.
Among these herbs, Paan pata (betel leaf) is the most crucial ingredient. It’s a wonder herb for healthy pancreatic function. People in the Indian subcontinent used to chew paan after having their meals for easy digestion. People in this subcontinent also offer paan (known as Bidia Paan) to their God. Bidia Paan is a simple Paan leaf folded with Cardamom (Elaichi) and Fennel seeds (Panmadhuri).