Premature Graying of Hair

A pigment called melanin is found in our hair follicles. When our body is not able to produce this pigment our hairs become colorless and start turning white. A combination of black and white hair gives the looks of gray hair on the person’s head. While examining the patients of premature graying we at Vedas Cure have observed that the lack of nutrition and nourishment are the chief causes of premature hair graying.  The real cause of premature graying of has been identified as lack of oil gland production in the follicles of the scalp. When the scalp does not get enough oil  the hair start turning gray.  Lack of Copper Vitamin B, iron and iodine are also the causes of premature graying.


We have identified certain causes of premature graying of hair as listed below: Chronic cold

  • Imbalanced diet
  • Stress
  • Lack of vitamin B complex, iron, copper and iodine
  • Genetic factors
  • Dirty conditions of the scalp
  • Use of  electric dryers
  • Use of  concentrated hair dyes
  • Deficiency of nutrition
  • Hair wash with hard water
  • Consti