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Pygeum tree bark may help with hormone-related hair loss.
Hair Regrowth is Possible

Pygeum (Pygeum africanum), taken either as an herbal supplement (250 mg/day) or applied topically (4% extract) may help treat androgenetic hair loss198

Physiological Effects and Benefits of Pygeum

  • Bark extracts from the pygeum tree have been successfully tested in clinical trials and used in Europe since 1969 to treat benign prostate hyperplasia — the same condition 5α-reductase inhibitor drugs are used for. 198
  • Fatty acids in pygeum seem to exert similar effects as in saw palmetto; other unknown constituents may inhibit testosterone50
  • Lowers DHT levels. 223
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