Curejoy Expert Claude Butler Explains:
Hair becoming gray is often one of the first signs of aging. This is a natural process and graying happens gradually. But greying can also happen prematurely stage due to one’s lifestyle, food habits, stress or a sudden illness etc. Sometimes, it may also be genetic.
There are several solutions to reverse gray hair, or you could also embrace it as a beautiful sign of aging and let it be that way.

Vitamins and minerals

Vitamin B: It is helpful in increasing pigments responsible for the production of black hair. You can consume vitamin B rich foods like spinach, avocados, legumes, Brussels sprouts, vegetable root and orange juice.
Vitamin C: This vitamin is best used alongside vitamin B. Vitamin C-rich food includes bell peppers, dark leafy greens, kiwis, broccoli, berries, citrus fruits, tomatoes, peas, and papayas.
Copper and zinc: Include foods like Brazil nuts, kidney beans, potatoes, lentils, mushrooms, raisins and prune juice, cashew nuts, seeds, liver, and chocolates as they contain copper and zinc essential for melanin pigments.


Curry leaves: These leaves can be boiled with coconut oil, cooled and massage well into the scalp. If it is too difficult to obtain, you can use its powdered form, which can be either added with oil and can consume mixed with ghee.
Henna: Another famous remedy, which gives a slight auburn tinge to the hair. It can be mixed with curd, honey, lemon paste to apply overnight as a hair mask.
Wheat grass: Wheatgrass is a magical herb is a powerhouse of vitamins, iron, copper and proteins. It can be used in the form of juice, paste, and powder or even added in food.
Guava leaves: These leaves can be found as pre-packaged powder, which can be applied to the hair mixed with other extracted oil.

Fruits and Vegetables

Orange: Orange can be consumed in the form of juice or used as a paste. The citrus in orange can assist in increasing the production of melanin pigments.
Lemon: Lime is rich in citric acid, and can be used as an anti-oxidant. The application of lime juice can decrease dandruff and reverse graying of hair. The powder of dried lemon seeds can be also used in the format of paste. Alternatively, dried lime or lemon powders can also be used.
Ginger: Regular consumption of ginger powder with honey is helpful in providing vitamin C in the body. However, pregnant and people suffering with kidney disease shouldn’t consume ginger without the advice of their physician.
Apple: The fruit is rich in vitamins, minerals and proteins. A regular consumption of apple either in the form of fresh fruit or juice can help slow the graying process.
Pineapples: Pineapples also helps in increasing the production of melanin pigments and acts as a source of increasing vitamins to mobilize the pigments for hair growth.
Sprouted seeds: Sprouted seeds are the best source of increasing copper, iron, vitamins and proteins in our body.

Oil Application

Indian Gooseberry (Amla): It can be found either fresh or in the form of powder or packed in oil. The powder or fresh seeds can be mixed with regular oil while boiling or you can apply raw extracted Amla oil.
Coconut Oil: It is an extremely powerful and potent oil, which can be used for over the hair and the scalp as it can increase the production of melanin pigments. Some native cultures in India, use coconut oil for cooking. Although, it gives a complete different taste and flavor in food, it is highly helpful in increasing the composition of vitamins inside the body.
Ghee or Butter: A smooth application of ghee or butter can help reverse gray hair.
Black Tea: If your hair is black, then applying the leaves of boiled and cooled black tea with crystallized salt solution is good.
Mustard and Almond oil: The extracted oil of either mustard or almond can be used for good hair health.
Aloe Vera gel: The extracted gel or juice of Aloe Vera can be used on the scalp. The gel can be also consumed as it nourishes the production of hemoglobin in the body.

Source: CureJoy 1

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