green tea (Camelia sinensis): contains catechins that help block DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which is one of the main molecules that causes hair loss,
nettle (Urtica dioica): has the ability to "clean" the blood and is traditionally used for its beneficial effects on the hair, nails and skin
jiaogulan (Gynostemma pentaphyllum): the effects of the substances contained in this herb were subjected to a scientific analyses and many beneficial effects for the human organism were found.
It affects the functions of the entire body and contributes to healthy and strong hair,
amalaki (Embilika officinalis): is recommended for nourishing all body tissues (including hair and hair follicules), it has disinfecting properties
greater burdock (Arctium lappa): its beneficial effects on hair growth have been known for long time. It stops their loss and prevents dandruff formation,
silver birch (Betula pendula): supports hair growth and especially their proper, healthy nutrition,
colloidal zinc: zinc plays an important role in many body processes and functions, such as cell reproduction, maintaining hormonal balance, proper absorption of vitamins, and protein synthesis. All of these processes are necessary for proper hair growth and therefore a sufficient amount of this mineral is needed to prevent reddening and hair loss. Zinc deficiency can contribute to hair loss because without zinc and other minerals hair becomes weakened, causing hair damage and very slow hair regrowth. The benefits of zinc for hair include promoting of cell proliferation, tissue growth and reparation of damaged tissues. Zinc is also essential for proper functioning of the sebaceous glands that are connected to to hair follicules and keep them in good condition, thereby reducing their chance of falling out. Zinc in colloidal form is absorbed approximately 20 times more efficiently than other forms.