11 Comments

  1. Prateek
    August 25, 2012 @ 1:44 am

    I am facing gradual hair loss and dandruff problems for about 4 to 5 years. I have tried the shampoo for 6 months and to be honest i havnt noticed any kind of benefits claimed. Hair regrowth is a far fact it did not even stop my hair loss.

  2. Ravi
    January 5, 2011 @ 2:12 pm

    Hello,
    I read many reviews on IHR 9 shampoo both positive and negitive. I have used lot of hair loss products (like menoxidil, procerin, advecia etc) some of them worked and some of the didn’t work, The one worked for me was procerin but it is very expensive so couldnt efford for a long time. Finally I decided to try iht 9 shampoo, I couldnt beleive the results. It is simply awesome. I have been using only for the last one month and I already see my hair becomming very thick. The results may be different for different people but it really worked for me. Its definetely worth trying.

  3. Ken
    November 3, 2010 @ 9:08 pm

    I know one thing. I use an herbal shampoo that I simply can not live without. I paid maybe 12 bucks for it. It hasnt regrew my hair back yet. But it defintely without question makes it THICK and easy to texturize. Without it I would have “thinning” spots everywhere. I’ve tried Nioxin, and a slew of other so called “FDA approved” products that were worthless, and some little unknown herbal shampoo works like crazy. I don’t know why people have so much trust in the FDA. They approved Vioxx, and Celebrex and it killed more people than the vietnam war! (Oh but noone talks about that do they… )Noone talks about the killer side effects of thier “approved” drugs.

  4. Fresbie
    October 31, 2009 @ 3:52 am

    I dont think some one found millions of stories on same products and I think his words are fake millions of fake stories. tell me how much time you spent in reading millions of fake stories.

  5. Fresbie
    October 31, 2009 @ 3:43 am

    This is not good I am a nature Lover and only use herbal products not only products made in asian country as well as in my country. you can judge herbal products dont have any harmful chemicals in it so they dont have side effects. but some of chemical products made in Europe and america which are more expensive and sometimes make a bad effects on us. i love to use herbal products from Europe also they have ultimate healing power. if there is no result there is no side effect as well

  6. Flo
    September 12, 2009 @ 1:33 pm

    I’ve been traveling from site to site reading about hair loss …and the funniest thing is almost on every site i saw a same story word to word ,but with different names about IHT-9.From a first story i believed for a second and began reserching about this product untill i saw million same fake stories.I’ve learned from reviews that this product does not work and even tho they promise you a full refund within 90 days ,a lot of people complaining that they never got any refund or even reply for mails .Some people never even got a product that they paid for !Its a big scum as most of hair loss products on the market !

  7. Bill - Managing Publisher
    July 5, 2009 @ 11:39 am

    By the way…to say that a drug is always good regardless of the potential of side effects is a strange and dangerous statement. It’s up to each individual considering a drug to determine this for themselves. Those considering any drug should carefully weigh the benefits, the limitations, and the risks and make an informed decision whether a drug is right for them. This statement is true whether you’re talking about prescription drugs or herbal medication.

  8. Bill - Managing Publisher
    July 5, 2009 @ 11:37 am

    Kumar,

    I am a hair loss sufferer, 4 time hair transplant patient, and Associate Publisher of this community. I am not a medical professional. However, this community is designed for patients to give their genuine opinons about non-surgical and surgical hair loss treatments. You can read more about this in our terms of use.

    Considering you’ve proven my point and stated in black and white the same exact thing I did – that IHT9 has no clinical evidence supporting evidence of its effectiveness as a hair loss treatment, what’s the point of your post? You appear to be calling me out as if I don’t have the right to state my opinion however, you’ve admitted that what I’m saying is correct.

    Perhaps since you are a research based medical professional, you can tell us why you are such a supporter of this product given that there are no supported clinical trials.

    Best Regards,

    Bill

  9. medicprof
    July 3, 2009 @ 5:13 am

    to Bill aka – Falceros , the above person,

    are you a medical professional to give your views on iht9?? i’m a research based medical professional for synthetic drugs , though being a prof of synthetic drugs , i srtongly support ayurveda only ,you ppl will never know the value of herbs, i’m not supporting iht9 , i’m telling you the truth about ayurveda, i accept that no clinical trials where performed to proove the efficacy of the product , but most of the ayurvedic companies are noe conducting trials, ayurveda is 100% safe with no side effects , do you know that many of the life saving drugs are from plants .. we extract enzymes , fermentate it , mix it will chemicals and make it as synthetic drug, but its actually derived from a plant….

    but allophatic drugs are always good , regardless of some sideeffetcts…

    bye
    kumar
    biotechnologist

  10. Bill - Managing Publisher
    July 1, 2008 @ 12:46 pm

    Hary,

    Thanks for posting your comments.

    I just did a quick lookup on IHT-9 as it appears to contain a number of herbal medications, some of which are conjectured to stop hair loss. Though I have not studied every ingredient in this product specifically, none of them have been proven through clinical trials to treat male pattern baldness or stimulate hair regrowth. However, as the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. If you feel it is helping you maintain your hair, great. I do encourage you however to share your before/after photos on our hair loss forum at http://www.hair-restoration-info.com/eve since it is such a “magical” solution for you. I have seen a great number of written testimonials that turned out to be covert marketing. It’s a sad reality, but that’s why the proof is always in the results and pictures can help convey that.

    Best wishes,

    Bill
    Associate Publisher of http://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com, http://www.hairlosslearningcenter.org, and http://www.regrowhair.com

  11. hary
    July 1, 2008 @ 7:20 am

    I am a 16 year old male teen, the hair on the top of my head has been thinning since age 9-10, and i fear that the stage will come that i will not have hair on the top of my head by the coming year. My self confidence is getting down day by day. I just cant able to go outside without my hair cap. I have tried many hair products, taken many treatments but not get the good results..One of my friend just suggest me to try IHT-9, the herbal hair regrowth shampoo. I had told him that i have tried many products but not get the results…then my friend said that lets try one more. Then i agree. After using it, within weeks my hair starts regrowing and it goes on…I just cant believe this..its really a magic for me..now i dont wear my cap and i have more friends now. Thanks to IHT-9 Shampoo, it gives my self confidence back..

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