While the onset of graying is due to multiple causes, such as food vitamin deficiency, stress, hormonal problems, or physiological or senile changes, is now known that the gray hairs are associated, regardless of their origin, the genes Bcl2 and Bcl-w.
The researchers found that hormones produced in response to stress can deplete the melanocyte stem cells that determine hair color. They found that stress causes the stem cells to leave our hair follicles, leaving hair gray or white.
It has been said that stress can make you go gray, or cause you to lose your hair. But can it?
Even though you sometimes feel like tearing your hair out because of personal, economic, and work-related stress, stress isn’t likely to be the direct cause of hair turning gray. Some studies have shown that unavoidable damage to the DNA in cells that produce the pigment responsible for hair color is most likely the culprit.
- 8 cloves
- 1 tablespoon of black tea
- 2 cups of pure water
- 1/3 a cup of walnut shells
Put the water in a pot, and after that add the ingredients once it begins to boil and simmer for another 20 minutes. In the end, remove the pot from heat, let the mix cool off than strain it. Use the mix as a basic hair regenerator– apply it on your hair after you have washed it and leave it to dry. Repeat the process every day till you reach the desired hair color.
Cloves offer many health benefits, some of which include providing aid in digestion, having antimicrobial properties, fighting against cancer, protecting the liver, boosting the immune system, controlling diabetes, preserving bone quality, and containing anti-mutagenic properties, as well as fighting against oral diseases and headaches, while displaying aphrodisiac properties as well.