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Could WASABI be the key to curing thinning locks?
Could WASABI be the key to curing thinning locks? Company claims the unusual food helps hair regrow three times faster than modern remedies
Japanese wasabi company, Kinin, revealed wasabi can stimulate hair growth. According to Kinin, the chemicals in the spicy plant are better than products
Sadly this doesn't mean you can just eat more wasabi on sushi Instead, you would need to literally rub the physical plant on top of your head 

You might smear wasabi unwittingly across your sashimi at lunchtime, thinking all it does is improve the taste.
But according to the Japanese wasabi company, Kinin, the chemicals in the spicy plant can do more than get up your nose.
In fact, people in Japan are using it to stimulate hair growth.

The study in Japan found that chemicals in wasabi can help hair regrow three times faster than modern remedies currently available, as reported in the Japanese newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun.
These modern remedies include the popular treatment, Rogaine, among others.

Researchers found that when the chemical in the plant, known as Isosaponarin, comes into contact with a human scalp, it triggers the papilla cells to nourish hair follicles.

The wasabi also creates pathways for them to receive nutrients needed for hair growth. 
Unfortunately for anyone in the thinning hair department, this news doesn't mean you can just eat a little wasabi to reap the benefits.

In order to get thicker, more lustrous hair, the researchers argue you literally have to rub the physical Japanese plant on your head.

For anyone who feels like rushing out to the supermarket, it's worth bearing in mind that only real Japanese wasabi contains the active hair-boosting ingredients reported.

Most of the wasabi found in grocery stores or sushi restaurants is an imitation product, while real wasabi is difficult to find and reasonably expensive. 
For those still wanting to get in on the spiced plant thickening action, you might be better off locating a wasabi-based shampoo or conditioner.