- Sunflower seeds
- Pumpkin seeds
- Fenugreek seeds
- Sesame seeds
- Chia seeds
1. Sunflower seeds
Sunflower seed has a high nutrition profile. It is rich in vitamin E, zinc, and iron that promotes the growth of hair, and boosts blood circulation in the scalp vitamin B improves hair quality and stops hair fall.
You can include sunflower seeds in your diet. They can be eaten raw, fried in butter, or dry roasted. You can top your salads or desserts with sunflower seeds.
2. Pumpkin seeds
These seeds are rich in vitamins, iron, proteins, and omega -3 fatty acids that can promote hair growth and provide the scalp and hair strands with deep nourishment and enhance the oxygen in the scalp.
Eating a handful of pumpkin seeds raw or with hot oatmeal and yogurt can help you promote hair growth.
3. Fenugreek seeds
Fenugreek also known as Methi is one of the oldest medicinal plants that has been used by Indians, Chinese, and North African people.
Methi seeds are rich in vitamins A, C, K, and other nutrients such as calcium, potassium, proteins, folic acids, and iron that can treat a variety of scalp issues like dryness, and dandruff, strengthen hair follicles and stop hair fall as well.
Fenugreek seeds also help repair damaged dry hair and boost its shiness.
How to use it?
- Fenugreek seeds can be used or taken orally as dietary supplements.
- Turn Methi seeds into powder and mix it with coconut oil, olive oil, and almond oil then create a paste.
Apply to your scalp and strands. Leave for 30 minutes and then rinse with warm water, followed with shampoo and hair conditioner.
- Soak fenugreek seeds in olive oil for 15 days in a warm clean place
- Use this oil as a hair infuser to help boost hair growth.
4. Sesame seeds
Other effective seeds that are very popular are sesame seeds, they are used in cooking, and it’s considered one of the healthiest cooking oils as well. Sesame oil is also used in cosmetology to treat skin and hair problems.
Sesame seeds are rich in vitamins like vitamin E, antioxidants, omega fatty acids, and proteins that trigger hair growth and improve blood circulation in the scalp.
Eat a handful of sesame seeds as a snack, on the top of salads, beads, or with yogurt and some fruits.
5. Chia seeds
In addition, Chia seeds are fully packed with phosphorus, proteins, amino acids, copper, zinc, and omega -3 fatty acids that stimulate hair growth and promote blood circulation in the scalp.
Zinc and copper in chia seeds help in repairing damaged hair and boosts the production of new hair cells and reinforce hair pigmentation.
Flaxseeds are rich in vitamin E which prevents premature graying. Also, B vitamins in flaxseeds strengthen and promote hair growth. Whereas omega-3 and fatty acids help reduce hair loss and slow down hair breakage.