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Researchers from the Republic of Korea’s Pusan National University have confirmed that pumpkin seed oil increases hair growth among balding men.
The medical researchers tested the pumpkin seed oil on 76 male patients with moderate androgenic alopecia â€“ male pattern hair loss. None of the patients had tried any previous medication, supplement or topical therapy for at least three months prior to the beginning of the study. The researchers recruited 90 patients, but excluded those with high liver enzyme levels.
The patients were divided into two groups and half were given a placebo. The treatment consisted of giving the patients 400 milligrams of the pumpkin seed oil per day in capsules. They were given two capsules before breakfast and two capsules before dinner.
Read the rest — Pumpkin Seed Oil Found to Help Reverse Balding
Although this is a small study, the results are encouraging. The rule in research of this kind is to get another group to validate the results by repeating the study. I can not advise anyone to start immediately taking pumpkin seed oil pills, but this is clearly your call as it is not a prescription matter.
You can read the study abstract here.