For thousands of years of human existence, man has relied on Nature as a provider that has sustained him with all his needs. It is from nature, that man has evolved to what he is today, and from that same principle, man will continue to thrive. Science has given us the opportunity to improve the way that we live through the use of technology. Unfortunately, there is a draw back to the merits of technology. Pollution has has become a major threat yo our existence that we try to find ways in solving it. Added to that, the rising toxicity in the foods and medicinal products that we partake in a daily basis, which has caused a rise in ailments and diseases that are beginning to take it’s toll on the general population.
Alternative means of preventive medicines are now being used to manufacture our foods and pharmaceutical products. These materials and organic compounds are derived from the bounty of nature itself. One good example is the integration of natural ingredients that come from plants in making shampoo for thinning hair. Natural ingredients derived from plants have been used for thousands of years. Plants such as aloe vera, are used as a key ingredient in making shampoos that can help in giving thinning hair remedies.
Another good example is lemon grass, which is so called because of it’s aromatic scent that is in close resemblance to that of a ripe lemon. Lemon grass is endemic to South East Asia, and is usually grounded to extract it’s oil which is used to prevent the infestation of head lice. Another unique characteristic of lemon grass, is that when it is boiled like tea, it can be drank to reduce uric acid and lower blood cholesterol. Jojoba beads are also used nowadays as an active ingredient to shampoos because of it’s benefit of giving hair a healthy, silky shine unlike that of any synthetically formulated shampoos.
Regardless of any technological advancement that man has made, it seems that we can not avoid with going back to nature for some apparent reason. It may well be considered a natural aspect of our existence as human beings to return to where we once sought our needs for our existence. Nature will always be there to provide us with everything that we will ever need, as long as we learn to take care of it, for our own sake.