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Sage can be used in recipes or herbal hair rinses to help thinning hair.

Sage (Salvia officinalis) can be used both topically or in cooking as an herb and may help with androgenetic and telogen effluvium types of hair loss. 37

Physiological Effects and Benefits of Sage


Note: Taken or consumed orally, sage can interfere with iron absorption, an important mineral for hair growth.  37

Note: Herbalists advise that sage should not be taken during pregnancy, by nursing mothers, or by people with seizure disorders. 37

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