Thursday, 21 September 2017

How to Make Hair Grow Fast With Household Products


Growing out your hair takes time, and patience sometimes wears thin. During the course of one year, your hair grows at different rates, with a majority of your strands in their active phase. During active growing, some of your hair is resting and preparing to shed. This is perfectly normal. In some cases, however, the rate of hair growth may be a bit slower. Thyroid conditions and nutritional deficiency play a major role in hair growth and health.

Step 1

Beat two eggs in a bowl with 2 tbsp. water. Use the fork to beat until fluffy. Apply to your hair, starting at the root and working outward to the tips of your strands. Allow to set for 10 to 15 minutes, and wash with a mild shampoo and warm water, suggests

Step 2

Drink a daily cup of green tea to stimulate blood flow to your scalp. According to Hair Boutique, experts believe that green tea helps to increase blood flow throughout your body by relaxing blood vessels. This would promote rapid hair growth as the stimulation reaches your scalp.

Step 3

Mix one mashed avocado with 1 tbsp. honey and 2 tbsp. olive oil in a bowl. The consistency of your mixture will be creamy, according to Apply throughout your hair from root to tip, and allow to remain in your tresses for up to 20 minutes. Wash out with a mild shampoo and warm water.

Step 4

Snack on almonds or cashews throughout your day. Almonds and cashews are high in magnesium, according to Hair Boutique. Magnesium promotes healthy, faster hair growth by providing your hair with proper nourishment. Tofu, hard-boiled eggs and yogurt are also ideal foods for hair growth.

Step 5

Mix together one mashed banana and one to two drops of almond oil in a bowl, making sure that it is mixed well. Apply to your hair and leave on for 15 to 30 minutes, allowing the hair mask to penetrate your follicles and individual strands. Wash out with a gentle shampoo and warm water.

Step 6

Consume plenty of protein-rich foods, suggest Hair Boutique. Your hair is made up of complex proteins, making sense that dietary proteins would support rapid, healthy hair growth. Ideal foods for getting adequate protein include lean meats, poultry, nuts, seeds and beans.
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On What Part of the Body Does Hair Grow the Fastest on a Normal Man's Body?

Men grow hair on many areas of the body, but the area with the fastest growing hair is on the face. In particular, the area on which a man grows a beard contains the hair that grows fastest on his body, and likely necessitates daily shaving if he does not keep a beard. Hair growth rates can vary from person to person, but typically facial hair is the fastest growing, though certain hair growth disorders could affect that.

Rate of Growth

Hair grows at different rates all over the human body. Facial hair on a man grows exceptionally quickly, however, and outpaces all the other areas on his body. Estimates predict that facial hair in the beard region of an adult male can grow 0.4 millimeters per day. This may not seem very fast, but if a man never cut his beard in his lifetime, it could grow to be over 30 feet long!

Phases of Growth

During the development of a specific hair follicle, there are three phases of growth. The first is the catagen phase, in which the hair is rooting itself into your skin and there is no detectable growth. The second is the telogen phase, which is also a resting phase and lasts for about 100 days for hair on your head. The final phase is anagen phase, during which the hair follicle really grows. It can last for years, until the hair falls out, and is the most variable phase in different men.


When growing out a beard, men must keep the fast rate of beard growth in mind. Since men's facial hair grows so quickly, it necessitates daily attention for well-groomed care. Trimming edges, cleaning out thickness and maintaining a reasonable length of the beard are all key parts of beard care, and all are affected by the overall speed of facial hair growth.


The practical benefits to men's facial hair growing so quickly are potentially numerous. One obvious reason is that men who live in colder climates can grow this hair to keep the face warmer. On a more personal side, many men can choose to hide skin or facial imperfections or to balance out their facial appearance by growing a beard.


There are a number of hair growth disorders that can affect the rate of hair growth in people. One example is hypertrichosis. Hypertrichosis is a medical condition that can affect men and women, and is characterized by excessive hair growth in areas that normally don't grow hair. In men with hypertrichosis, the fastest growing hair may not be facial hair, though facial hair growth rate will continue to be very rapid compared to other men.
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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Hybrid particleboard from kadam (Anthocephalus chinensis) reinforced with dhaincha (Sesbania aculeata): effects of particle mixing ratio on physical and mechanical properties

  • Sourav Bagchi Ratul
  • Khandkar-Siddikur Rahman
  • Md. Abu Wabaeid Hasan
  • Md. Azharul Islam
  • Md. Nazrul Islam
  • Md. Iftekhar Shams
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This study deals with the fabrication of three layer hybrid particleboard using kadam branch (Anthocephalus chinensis (Lam.A. Rich ex Walp.) and dhaincha (Sesbania aculeata (Willd.)) as raw material with urea formaldehyde resin adhesive as 11% in the face and 9% in the core. Two types of particleboard i.e., dhaincha fine particles: face layer and kadam wood coarse particles:core layer (HB-A) and dhaincha kadam fine mix:face layer and coarse mix:core layer (HB-B) were produced by using three different mixing ratios (50:50, 60:40 and 70:30). Physical and mechanical properties of hybrid particleboards were evaluated according to the procedure of ASTM D-1037 standard. It was found that the particle mixing ratio has a significant effect on the physical and mechanical properties of hybrid particleboards. Consequently, containing lower face layer (30 wt%), the HB-A and HB-B board showed highest density (0.61 and 0.64 g/cm3, respectively) as well as MOE (2.56 and 3.56 GPa, respectively) and MOR (18.6 and 26.62 MPa, respectively) among hybrid particleboards. Presence of wood fine particles in face layer also proved effective in properties enhancement. Due to having wood fine particles content in face layer, HB-B type hybrid boards showed higher density and bending strength than HB-A boards. Presence of wood particles in face layer also reduces the WA and TS of the boards. Significant difference was examined among the properties of six particleboards during statistical analysis. The results confirmed that HB-A3 and HB-B3 particleboards met the minimum ANSI A208.1 requirements for physical and mechanical properties of M-3 grade particleboard. In decay resistance test, HB-A type particleboards showed resistance to white rot, but non-resistant for brown rot fungi where the HB-B type particleboards showed moderately resistant to both fungi. So the results indicated that the fabrication HB-B type hybrid particleboards would be technically feasible under lower face layer percentage.


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