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MediGro – Does MediGro Prevent or Reverse Hair Loss?

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MediGro is a product that is advertised as a treatment for hair loss. The product is a supplement, similar to a number of other hair supplements such as Procerin, Provillus and Hair Vitalics. None of these supplements are medications, and none have ingredients that are proven to assist in the prevention of hair loss.

MediGro contains a blend of ingredients (listed below) that has been titled the ‘GroMax’ blend by its manufacturers. Each of the ingredients contained are natural, supplemental products.

MediGroClinical efficacy (the effectiveness and safety of a product) is decided following large-scale clinical trials for medications. Medications that are clinically proven to carry out any medical purpose will be licensed by a medical regulatory body (if they are safe to use) such as the MHRA in the UK and the FDA in the USA. The only two medications that have been clinically proven to prevent hair loss and regrow hair, and are licensed by both the MHRA and FDA are minoxidil and Propecia. These two products were part of large-scale clinical trails on thousands of participants, and it was found that they did improve hair growth for men and women (Propecia men only) with genetic hair loss.

For more information on the medically proven treatments for hair loss and how to achieve the very best levels of hair regrowth please visit our Hair Loss Treatment page.

MediGro Ingredients

  • OptiMSM™
  • Horsetail
  • Kelp
  • L-arginine
  • Zinc
  • L-lysine
  • Biotin
  • Spirulina
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