Unwanted facial hair
Echinacea D4, Oleum Jeco D8, Thuja Occi D7
Hirsutism (Excess Hair) is a condition in which too much hair grows on face, chest or other body parts. It is usually only a problem for women. It is usually due to the too much production of male hormone (androgen). It is caused by excess androgen secretion or increase sensitivity of the hair follicle. Additionally some medications that have similar characteristics as androgen, birth control pills and anabolic steroids. However, the specific cause is not identified. It tends to run in families. It does not necessarily indicate a hormonal imbalance. Women often worry that hairiness means that they have male hormones and are not fully female. In-fact, all women have a small amount of the male hormone, testosterone, circulating in their bodies. It is produced mainly by the adrenal glands which are situated over the kidneys. If the skin is extra sensitive to it, testosterone encourages hair growth on the upper lip, chin, chest and lower abdomen. Women with this problem gradually develop
Adult: 10-15 drops in some water 3-4 times a day or as prescribed by a Homoeopathic doctor.
20ml drops standard quality packing