Everyone experiences some degree of hair loss over the course of their lifetime.
The average person loses between 50-100 strands of hair per day. Although this may sound like a lot, this amount isn’t actually noticeable since most people have approximately 100,000 strands of hair on their heads.
The issue begins when the hair loss seems to be extreme, unusual and obvious to yourself and others.
If one is noticing bald spots or significant hair thinning (especially at the top of the scalp), it may indicate an underlying medical issue.
Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disorder that causes the body to attack its own hair follicles. It affects close to 147 million people worldwide. In rare cases, it can cause complete loss of hair on the scalp or body (referred to as alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis). Alopecia sometimes occurs to multiple people within a family, suggesting that the disorder is genetic, but other environmental factors also play a role.
Androgenic Alopecia, otherwise known as Androgenetic Alopecia or pattern hair loss, is the most common type of hair loss which affects both men and women. It generally affects women after menopause and causes the hair to become thinner. Male pattern baldness frequently presents itself as a receding hairline and usually begins between the ages of 25-35.
An interesting aspect of androgenic alopecia is that it often affects people that are otherwise in excellent health. It is not related to any illness or medical condition.
However, it can be very difficult to cope with the emotional repercussions of losing one’s hair as it can have a dramatic and negative impact on one’s self-esteem, potentially leading to depression. Since the psychological impact can be so devastating, it is essential for people to get the necessary support and treatment as soon as possible.
Cepharanthine has been proven to be a safe and effective treatment, accelerating the regrowth of hair in many people that are struggling with hair loss.
The Stephania Cepharantha Hayata plant grows in the mountains of Taiwan and southwest China. It is a type of plant that belongs to the Menispermaceae family.
It was discovered that a naturally occurring alkaloid within the plant called Cepharanthine contained hair-growth stimulating properties, which could be extracted and used to treat all types of alopecia.
Since efforts to produce chemical versions of Cepharanthine were unsuccessful, Cepharanthine can only be used in its unique natural structure and form.
Cepharanthine is an approved medicine by the Japanese Health Ministry where it is currently being utilized and distributed.
Cepharanthine is extremely safe and the only side effects that have been reported are both extremely mild and rare (such as upset stomach reported in only one of every 140 users).
In a series of case studies among 78 patients, Cepharanthine resolved various types of alopecia areata in 57% and 83% of patients within 2 and 6 months, respectively.
The average dosage needed to treat alopecia areata and androgenic alopecia is between 2-6mg per day. Cepharan™ is our unique brand of Cepharanthine, currently available in a once-daily 2 mg dosage.
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