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Hair loss is a debilitating time for any man’s coming of age. According to one Japanese company though, there’s a new cure for male pattern baldness – wasabi.
Often found in tiny green dabs between a piece of raw fish and the rice on your favourite bite of nigiri, wasabi has long served as a delicious condiment which comes with a kick up the proverbial ass (see: nasal) if proportionally underestimated.
Well now one Japanese wasabi company, Kinin, is claiming that the chemicals found in the plant-derived condiment can actually help hair regrow three times faster than modern medicines such as Rogaine (minoxidil). Before you do run off to dunk your head in a bucket of wasabi though, be aware that there’s currently no new scientific proof of Kinin’s claim.
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The science behind this comes from the plant’s natural chemical called Isosaponarin, which the company believes can help stimulate hair growth. It also has to be the real-deal wasabi ground down from a fresh wasabi plant stem as opposed to the processed green mound often found sitting on the edge of your sushi plate or in little packets.
At almost 0 for every kilo of real wasabi, those who are game enough to test Kinin’s claims by rubbing a smelly plant on their head are probably better off going for the Rogaine or getting hair plugs.
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