Human beings learned from the earliest stages of their mighty evolution that they could derive great benefit from the extraordinary gifts of nature, the true Mother Creator of the world as we know it and, therefore, also of all of us. Nothing we do would be possible if nature had not created the basic ingredients; In fact, it must be remembered that we have not created anything, because to create literally means to manufacture from nothing, whereas everything that is man-made still has some basic ingredients to draw from, and at best to combine and modify the performance, but certainly not. to create. Among the many things we get from nature, virtually everything, are those that help us keep our bodies fitter and healthier. Very often this description corresponds to a part of certain plants.
Having established that many species of plants contain many substances explicitly indicated to improve the state and health of our organism (which in general and which in specific components, we will perhaps give some examples shortly), we let us now ask how they are made to be able to actually use these substances and associated properties. The speech is not simple because it depends a lot on the plant species and the genus to which it belongs, but everything goes through the “extracts”. Extracts are nothing more than the basic substances we need from the plant, obviously eliminating all the parts that could not even be assimilated, such as the constituents and regents of the plant structure, or even the parts of its roots that are distant from us. Most often extracts can be found in two forms, the liquid or gelatinous and the powder. The second is also called “dry extract” precisely in reference to the other type which is much closer to the liquid form. Dry extract is also the name of the section to which this article belongs, in which we will talk about one of the commercial forms of dry extract and one of its main uses.
The industry that has recently assumed the main role of user of plant resources is cosmetics; despite sometimes trying to hide everything by invoking supposed diseases (such as the absurd case of certain advertisements based on terrorists which define cellulite as a disease to be treated with drugs, and nothing more false than that), both hair care, that dry skin, wrinkles, etc., are part of modern cosmetics, a real fashion that sometimes wants to get too close to the notion of immortality understood as not old age. Well, the problem of hair loss is one of the most serious in modern times, also due to dietary causes, or more likely genetic causes and life stress. The age of baldness is decreasing more and more and this for men, and to a lesser extent also for women, becomes a significant problem. Herbs can also help us with this, and many products use the extracts of certain plants to help prevent hair loss in industrial and permanent quantities. Many solutions come in the form of tablets, a commercial format which notably facilitates the application of both the dry extract and the liquid or gelatinous extract. Algunas sustancias indicadas para esta sintomatología generalizada son la levadura de cerveza y la lecitina de soy, muchas veces contenidas en suplementos específicos para ser tomados según las indicaciones del farmacéutico / médico / herbalario que los recomiende, además porque depende mucho de la dosis, única para each. producer.
Baldness is perhaps the most serious and obvious of all hair-related problems, but it is certainly not the only one. As many readers surely know, another serious problem is the appearance of dandruff, an annoying disorder mainly because it is very unsightly and strongly undermines self-esteem and self-confidence. It can be linked to various causes, and in general to phenomena of both dry and greasy hair. Dry hair is fragile and lacks shine because it is dull, while oily hair is oily and looks dirty and poorly cared for even just after a deep shampoo. Herbal hair pills can be very useful even in these situations, especially when they contain extracts such as soy lecithin (also mentioned in the case of baldness) and silicon,