They say that the crowning glory is one's hair. But what happens if you start losing hair? You may choose to cover "bald spots" every single time, or you can start and take matters into your own hands by using a surprisingly effective vegetable juice that could help prevent hair loss and at the same time, stimulate growth of hair follicles. There is one caveat though, better prepare for the smell.

The lowly onion is a good source of potential treatment for hair loss. Health experts discovered that regular usage of onion juice can help maintain and extend the life of your lovely locks.

A study published in the National Library of Medicine showed that onion juice can help induce hair regrowth in patients suffering from alopecia, an autoimmune disorder, which causes hair loss. The study found that people who use onion juice as part of their hair loss treatment showed promising results.

Onion juice contains a chockfull of nutrients that give the hair a good environment for the hair follicles to thrive, Medical News Today revealed. The juice of these lowly spices contain dietary sulfur, which could hlep in hair regrowth. Aside from this, you also get to benefit from antibacterial properties of the onion, which in turn could help in lowering the risk of infection. By using onion juice twide daily for two weeks, you will be able to notice hair regrowth in around six weeks.

So how can you start making this hair-friendly concoction? You would need four onions. Peel these onions and then juice them. You may also opt to squeeze them. next, apply the juice on your scalp directly. Make sure that you let it settle on the roots of your hair.

Yes, there may be that potent smell, but you can use available essential oils to mask the scent of the juice. You can choose lavender oil or peppermint. This will help ensure that you enjoy the properties that are beneficial for the hair and at the same time, you would not have to deal with the potent smell.

If you notice that your hair starts thinning or more hair gets stuck on your comb, do not stress about it. Hair loss can be caused by many things such as stress, dietary changes or heredity. In the event that you feel that your hair loss is at its worse, you can always seek the advice of your physician.