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Mushrooms for hair health.

Mushrooms are a good source of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals, which are all useful in both promoting healthy and strong hair and preventing hair loss

A diet rich in mushrooms can help combat hair loss and promote the growth of new hair. Slows down greying: Mushrooms are also known for their high copper content. This directly affects the melanin production in your blood that is responsible for maintaining the pigment of your hair.




Mushroom contains copper which is beneficial for your hair as it facilitates the absorption of iron from food.

As an inhibitor of DHT (dihydrotestosterone), reishi mushrooms help reverse the main cause of hair loss in men and women throughout the world.




Reishi mushrooms can help to prevent balding and premature hair loss.

Mushrooms are a rich source of diverse nutrients that contribute to enhancing hair health. They are enriched with antioxidants, copper, selenium

Mushroom is an amazing source of selenium which, being an essential trace element as well as a natural antioxidant, can keep dandruff at bay.

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