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Jared
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150 hairs - that is more than the other websites say, but those sites are trying to sell me DHT blockers!

Really, more attractive women seem to respond better. Of course maybe my body language is different towards them.

The less pretty ones seem to be defensive, mean or just crazy. I have learned through trial and error to stay away from them. Of course my concept of attractive is a bit subjective, but girls I think are prettier seem to always like me more than girls I think have "an interesting perspective on things." (That is a code for "I like you - even though you are only so so hot.")


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Jared I assume you are not married?


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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150 Really, more attractive women seem to respond better. Of course maybe my body language is different towards them.

The less pretty ones seem to be defensive, mean or just crazy. I have learned through trial and error to stay away from them.
I am certain it is a lot to do with your body language toward them!!! & the thought that the others are "defensive, mean or just crazy" has too!!!  

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Jared
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I am unmarried. Thus my hair loss cannot be dismissed by philosophical reflection!

Give me a few years of married life, when I can fart without conscious, get fat and make messes around the house - and then I will reflect with wisdom about my thinning hair.

I just ordered some Pumpkin Seed Extract, Green Tea Extract, and some Fo Ti from an online distributor. These are herbal hair tonics. I used Fo Ti in the past and that stuff is awesome.



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No but.... I love my husband in spite of his lack of hair... Someone will love you too..



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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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There's the second thing you've shared this morning that has had me cracking up.
A couple of good laughs in the morning seems like a good way to start the day.  


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Give me a few years of married life, when I can fart without conscious, get fat and make messes around the house - and then I will reflect with wisdom about my thinning hair.


I hope you were joking with that comment.  If not, maybe you should rethink getting married at all.  I'd hate to think that any man I would look at as marriage material would think that it would be okay to to do any of the above mentioned things once married.  

I thank God my husband doesn't do any of that.  Maybe I'm just one of the lucky ones.  



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I thank God my husband doesn't do any of that.  Maybe I'm just one of the lucky ones.  

Oh my, he's trying to give husbands a good name!!!


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Oh my, he's trying to give husbands a good name!!!


...yes, he is not the norm by any means.  I've had one of those before, and all I can say is, "Thanks, but no thanks."  I think it shows a lack of respect for your spouse to let yourself go completely (I can see gaining some weight as we age, but to stop trying to take care of yourself physically just because you're married?  No), let the gas fly and be a slob.

So, I seriously hope that it was just said in fun, even though I know plenty of men you do think this way.


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...yes, he is not the norm by any means.
As shown on football and beer commercials...  I agree.  However, I have known many husbands who are respectful, caring men.  

Yes, I was joking in my previous statement...


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As shown on football and beer commercials...  I agree.  However, I have known many husbands who are respectful, caring men.  

Yes, I was joking in my previous statement...


Oh, I wasn't referring to you when I said that I hoped he was joking.  I was referring to Jared's statement about letting it all hang out after marriage.



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I was obviously joking.


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Sorry...hard to tell tone of a post on a forum.


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Jared,

Neem is awesome for hair issues. Check this out:

http://www.discoverneem.com/neem-oil-hair.html
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Jared,

Can you share which website you ordered the Fo-ti from?  I'm not interested in it because of the hair benefit but I've taken Solaray Fo-ti and I'd like to try another manufactuer?

Joy
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Jared,

Can you share which website you ordered the Fo-ti from?  I'm not interested in it because of the hair benefit but I've taken Solaray Fo-ti and I'd like to try another manufactuer?

Joy


Fo-ti made my speech slurred. Haha! I was unable to think or speak properly.
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I liked my Fo Ti, it had an effect similar to ginsing- it felt like a general purpose tonic. I bought mine from that vitamin shop on the web whose name resembles a major brand of poultry. It was their house brand name.

(I do not think we can mention specific products on here. Thus I speak in spy-code.)  

Snooki, did you use the neem for hair loss? I might get some. Pumkin Oil is supposed to be great for hair loss, but it is green, and super expensive.


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I liked my Fo Ti, it had an effect similar to ginsing- it felt like a general purpose tonic. I bought mine from that vitamin shop on the web whose name resembles a major brand of poultry. It was their house brand name.

(I do not think we can mention specific products on here. Thus I speak in spy-code.)  

Snooki, did you use the neem for hair loss? I might get some. Pumkin Oil is supposed to be great for hair loss, but it is green, and super expensive.


HAHA! You just called me Snooki. Awe how cute

Anyway, I used the neem oil because I had a few strands of gray starting to show. It totally worked! All gone now. I mixed 2 drops with shampoo and let it sit on my scalp for a couple mins. You can feel a slight tingle.

Warning: It smells Horrible. But to me, I could care less because
A) it's natural and
B) it works
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So Snooki it is...


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HAHA! You just called me Snooki. Awe how cute

Anyway, I used the neem oil because I had a few strands of gray starting to show. It totally worked! All gone now. I mixed 2 drops with shampoo and let it sit on my scalp for a couple mins. You can feel a slight tingle.

Warning: It smells Horrible. But to me, I could care less because
A) it's natural and
B) it works
Works for grey hair? Cool!! What % of grey do you think?

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Works for grey hair? Cool!! What % of grey do you think?



Wish I knew- good thing to look up!

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So Snooki it is...


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So far, my hair has largely stopped shedding! It has been about 3 or 4 days since I STOPPED taking vitamin A. An excess of vitamin A can cause hair loss. I seem to be shedding less!

I hope it was the Vitamin A, and not male pattern baldness!


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Well sure sounds like it as you say that it is a symptom... Who knew?
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