saw palmetto for hair loss: lies and fake research

Have you ever thought that saw palmetto really does work to stop hair loss? Based on MENSCRIPT that is an internet-based health center that is specialized in providing treatment for hair loss throughout Europe, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands the answer is not.

The health clinic online carried out an investigation of the research of saw palmetto and the loss of hair. It found that the majority of the studies used by their producers to provide “proof” for their efficacy are believed to have been funded by the business.

They found that despite saw palmetto being touted on the internet to be an effective remedy against hair loss it does not significantly reduce the amount of DHT (dihydrotestosterone). A hormone thought to be the most important cause for the loss of male hair.

They found for instance that DHT inhibition that is frequently talked about is extremely small and has not any clinical significance in preventing the loss of hair. Finasteride, for instance, is 18.000 times more potent in blocking enzyme type II in comparison against Saw Palmetto.

The fact of the fact that Saw Palmetto is still regarded as a powerful DHT blocker to this time is due to the public relations team behind Permixon. Permixon brand. The brand is is controlled by Pierre Fabre Laboratories; a pharmaceutical company that has released two studies in 1984 and 1996 that were carried out by their own scientists and their research center, which is called the Centre de Recherches Pierre Fabre

A laboratory study in which cells were exposed to very large amounts of saw palmetto that could be destroying the cellular function. According to MENSCRIPT It appears that the claims about hair loss are false and are typically used to increase sales of the company behind it.

The full report can be read on their website: Saw palmetto for hair loss: popular but ineffective