HOW CAN I STIMULATE HAIR GROWTH?
There are few remedies for baldness and it's important to note that patterns of hair loss are largely determined by genetics. Author, Dr. Earl Mindell, suggests massaging the scalp with an extract of rosemary at the first sign of hair loss. After the treatment, shampoo as usual.
SCALP TREATMENT #1
A hot oil treatment may be something you will want to try. They are great for dry hair, dry scalp and dandruff even. They are simple to prepare, but can be messy to apply. They can bring back shine to damaged hair but not always restore flexibility and bounce however.
Simply add 2 oz jojoba oil and 30 drops of lavender, rosemary or even sandalwood (applied to dry ends of hair is helpful but fragrance lasts for hours). Warm it up and then apply to hair. Put a cap on and then rinse off one to two hours later with shampoo.
SCALP TREATMENT #2
You could start with a basic plant oil and use a few of these suggested essential oils instead of what was referred to in Treatment #1. Juniper is suitable for acne, eczema, and greasy hair or dandruff (but maybe not as suitable for those with kidney troubles). Birch is a skin softener that soothes irritation and psoriasis and helps prevent dandruff. Cedarwood is an astringent for oily and congested skin conditions, acne and dandruff. It relieves dermatitis, insect bites and itching. Clary Sage can be used for mature or acne complexion, inflammation and dandruff. It rejuvenates cells and is also said to encourage hair growth. Patchouli is a cell rejuvenator and antiseptic, the oil treats acne, eczema, inflamed, cracked or mature skin, and dandruff. - Referred by the book, The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy.