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Supplement combo reversing grey

Machine10033

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This has been somewhat unexpected. In 1997 at 17 years old I had a girl pluck a grey hair out of my head in class and said omg.. your starting to go grey. I immediately got depressed and wondered why at 17 this had started in me.

I never thought anything of it and assumed I was cursed to have white hair in my 40’s. In my 30’s my buddies started to point out... man your getting grey.. more and more hairs turned on me. I got myself promoted several times and into a position where my stress level went to non existent. Last winter I started taking ashwagda.... after a few months I noticed when looking in the mirror my hair from a distance looked darker but there were still plenty of greys.

In the spring of this year I started taking l-tyrosine, lutein ( because my eyes are going to sh!t) and beta carotene as well.

I have not hung with my group of guy friends for over a month. When my one buddy walked into the bar he immediately laughed.... and shook his head.. I said what? He commented bro your dying your hair and you look like you just got out of a tanning bed. I said yep your right.. this is my midlife crisis... my other 2 buddies walked in and noticed it as well. I said wth.... went home and when I got out of the shower looked at my hair. Still some grey but the majority of it is back to my original hair color. I honestly thought I was in some weird dream where I suddenly reverse age and wake up.

Upon googling these additions to my supplement stack I found that l-tyrosine increased melanin production, as well as beta carotene... ashwagda also lowers cortisol which has been shown to induce early greying.

Anyway wanted to pass this onto anyone that might be getting greys popping up...it also seems to give me the most ridiculously dark tan i have ever had. Don’t know if it will work for everyone but hopefully it does.
 

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My problem is more so facial hair and with beards instead of goatee being in style it's kinda a pain in the ass
 

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This has been somewhat unexpected. In 1997 at 17 years old I had a girl pluck a grey hair out of my head in class and said omg.. your starting to go grey. I immediately got depressed and wondered why at 17 this had started in me.

I never thought anything of it and assumed I was cursed to have white hair in my 40’s. In my 30’s my buddies started to point out... man your getting grey.. more and more hairs turned on me. I got myself promoted several times and into a position where my stress level went to non existent. Last winter I started taking ashwagda.... after a few months I noticed when looking in the mirror my hair from a distance looked darker but there were still plenty of greys.

In the spring of this year I started taking l-tyrosine, lutein ( because my eyes are going to sh!t) and beta carotene as well.

I have not hung with my group of guy friends for over a month. When my one buddy walked into the bar he immediately laughed.... and shook his head.. I said what? He commented bro your dying your hair and you look like you just got out of a tanning bed. I said yep your right.. this is my midlife crisis... my other 2 buddies walked in and noticed it as well. I said wth.... went home and when I got out of the shower looked at my hair. Still some grey but the majority of it is back to my original hair color. I honestly thought I was in some weird dream where I suddenly reverse age and wake up.

Upon googling these additions to my supplement stack I found that l-tyrosine increased melanin production, as well as beta carotene... ashwagda also lowers cortisol which has been shown to induce early greying.

Anyway wanted to pass this onto anyone that might be getting greys popping up...it also seems to give me the most ridiculously dark tan i have ever had. Don’t know if it will work for everyone but hopefully it does.
so previous greys reverted?
 

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Just For Men >>>>>>>> having an orange face.
 

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Machine10033

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so previous greys reverted?
Loads of previous grey is now gone. After I looked into this the combination of supplements won’t work for everyone. I always found it odd that my dad and uncles had dark hair into their mid 60’s... and here I was at 40... trending towards a full head of grey. I obviously was deficient in those nutrients...
 

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Loads of previous grey is now gone. After I looked into this the combination of supplements won’t work for everyone. I always found it odd that my dad and uncles had dark hair into their mid 60’s... and here I was at 40... trending towards a full head of grey. I obviously was deficient in those nutrients...
Holy sh1t
 

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Ashwaganda is an adaptogen, meaning it helps out the body where it is needed in various ways...stress relief on the body could be a potential reason for what you are seeing.
 

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Hi BackInTheGame,
Your suggestion "....stress relief on the body could be a potential reason for what you are seeing".may be correct...One of my great Uncles joined the Gordon Highlanders in 1915 was present at many of the terrible battles in France,in 1919 at the age of 22 he came home according to my Dad he was completely Grey...He put this down to the incredible bombardments of 1917!
 

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I’ve also been greying since I was about 15/16. I did have a stressful childhood but it also runs in my family, I don’t dislike it. My beard and chest are sprouting greys and I’m only 33.

I’m not sure if I should try the above or just roll with it and age naturally. The greying process is very slow on me by 40 years old I might be 50/50 salt and pepper look which with my skin tone would look pretty cool.
 
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