Sunday, 17 June 2012

Hair loss due to seborrheic dermatitis infection

Reports from Korea show that hair loss can be attributed to seborrheic dermatitis fungal infection in both men and women.
According to Dr. Lee Moon wan, “Abnormality of energy metabolism, poor blood circulation, liver disorder and kidney malfunction, low metabolism can all contribute to hair loss,”. “Therefore, it’s essential to boost the body’s own defenses to prevent hair loss and cure scalp ailments.”

One way to boost the body's defenses is with Deer Velvet Antler tonic, which has a long history of use in the East.
Velvet Antler has only fairly recently become accepted in the West as a health tonic and as a natural joint support and arthritis treatment.

Once the body's immune system has been supplemented, treating seborrheic dermatitis is very effective with natural Manuka oil, cream and soaps.

New Zealand Manuka oil is proven in studies to have powerful antifungal properties which controls the malassezia fungus, the cause of seborrheic dermatitis.

A natural seborrheic dermatitis treatment pack is available on-line from Manuka Natural Ltd in New Zealand.

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