Total Hair Growth Protocol

How to get the best results from the Total Hair Growth supplement

Diet Plan

A holistic diet plan for promoting hair growth involves incorporating nutrient-rich foods that support overall health and specifically nourish hair follicles. Here's a general overview of a holistic diet plan for promoting hair growth:

We recommend removing gluten, refined sugar, dairy, corn, soy, and alcohol while introducing 7-9 cups of fruits and vegetables a day. Stay away from processed and inflammatory foods. If it is in a package, consider it off-limits. Reach for whole foods instead.

Your diet should include:

Protein-rich foods: Hair is primarily made up of protein, so consuming an adequate amount of protein is crucial for healthy hair growth. Include sources such as organic/pastured meats + poultry, wild fish, legumes, nuts, and seeds in your diet.

Omega-3 fatty acids: Omega-3 fatty acids help nourish the scalp and support healthy hair follicles. Include fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, and sardines, as well as flaxseeds, chia seeds, walnuts, and hemp seeds in your diet.

Vitamins and minerals: Certain vitamins and minerals are essential for hair health. Incorporate foods rich in:

  • Vitamin A: Sweet potatoes, carrots, spinach, kale, and broccoli.
  • Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, strawberries, bell peppers, and kiwi.
  • Vitamin E: Nuts, seeds, spinach, and avocado.
  • B-vitamins (Biotin, B6, B12): Eggs, meat, fish, nuts, and seeds.
  • Zinc: Shellfish, legumes, nuts, and seeds.
  • Iron: Red meat, poultry, fish, lentils, beans, and spinach.

Antioxidant-rich foods: Antioxidants help protect hair follicles from damage caused by free radicals. Include fruits and vegetables such as berries, tomatoes, leafy greens, and bell peppers in your diet.

Healthy fats: Incorporate sources of healthy fats, such as avocados, olive oil, coconut oil, and nuts, into your diet to support overall scalp health and hair growth.

We always recommend you make sure you are eating non-GMO and organic options, especially during this time.

Hair Oiling

Oiling your hair with a blend of rosemary and castor oil can be a beneficial part of a hair care routine aimed at promoting growth and maintaining scalp health. Here's a suggested protocol for using these oils:

  • Castor oil
  • Rosemary essential oil 
  • Carrier oil (such as coconut oil, olive oil, or almond oil)

How to Hair Oil:

Choose your carrier oil: Start by selecting a carrier oil to dilute the castor oil. Coconut oil is a popular choice for hair because it penetrates the hair shaft well, but you can also use olive oil or almond oil.

Mixing: In a small bowl or container, mix the desired amount of castor oil with your chosen carrier oil. The ratio can vary depending on your preference and hair type, but a common ratio is 1 part castor oil to 2 parts carrier oil.

Add rosemary essential oil: Rosemary essential oil is believed to stimulate hair growth and improve scalp health. Add a few drops (2-3 drops per tablespoon of carrier oil) to the mixture and stir well. Be cautious with essential oils, as they are potent and can cause irritation if not properly diluted.

Preparation: Before applying the oil blend, gently warm it up by placing the container in a bowl of warm water for a few minutes. This helps the oils penetrate the hair and scalp more effectively.

Application: Part your hair into sections and apply the oil blend directly to your scalp using your fingertips or a clean applicator bottle. Massage the oil into your scalp using circular motions to promote circulation and distribute the oil evenly.

Length and tips: Once you've covered your scalp, work the remaining oil down the length of your hair, focusing on the ends, which tend to be more prone to dryness and damage.

Cover and leave-in: After applying the oil, cover your hair with a shower cap or towel to trap heat and enhance absorption. Leave the oil on for at least 30 minutes to an hour, or you can leave it overnight for a more intensive treatment.

Rinse and wash: After the desired time has passed, shampoo your hair thoroughly to remove the oil. You may need to shampoo twice to ensure all residue is removed.

Frequency: How often you oil your hair depends on your hair type and preference. Some people oil their hair once or twice a week, while others prefer to do it less frequently. Experiment to find what works best for you without making your hair too greasy.

Consistency: Consistency is key to seeing results. Incorporate this oiling protocol into your hair care routine regularly for best results.

Remember to patch test any new oils or essential oils on a small area of skin before applying them to your scalp to check for any potential allergic reactions or sensitivities. If you experience any irritation, discontinue use immediately.


Keeping cortisol levels low is a key aspect of reversing hair loss and promoting hair growth. While exercise is a critical component of any health routine, many common high-intensity exercises actually stress out the adrenal system and further prolong damaging health symptoms like hair loss. 

During a hair-growth routine, we recommend incorporating walking 10,000 steps a day along with low-intensity exercises like weight lifting, Pilates, and yoga can be an effective way to manage cortisol levels and promote overall well-being. Stay away from high-intensity exercise that causes you to burn out quickly.

Additional Tips

Listen to your body: Pay attention to how your body responds to exercise and adjust the intensity as needed. Avoid pushing yourself too hard, as excessive exercise can elevate cortisol levels.

Prioritize rest and recovery: Incorporate rest days into your exercise routine to allow your body to recover and repair. Consider adding restorative activities like gentle stretching, foam rolling, or meditation on these days.

Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and support your body's natural stress response.

Practice stress-reducing activities: In addition to exercise, incorporate stress-reducing activities such as deep breathing exercises, meditation, or spending time in nature to further support cortisol management.

Consistency is key: Aim to stick to your exercise routine consistently to experience the full benefits of cortisol regulation and overall improved well-being.

Red Light Therapy

Red light therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation, has gained popularity for its benefits in promoting hair growth and improving scalp health. Here is how to effectively use red light therapy as part of a comprehensive hair growth regimen.

Selecting a Red Light Therapy Device

Choose a red light therapy device specifically designed for hair growth, such as a handheld laser comb or a scalp-mounted laser cap. Ensure that the device emits wavelengths in the red or near-infrared spectrum, typically between 630 to 850 nanometers, as these wavelengths have been shown to penetrate the scalp and stimulate hair follicles.


Before using red light therapy, ensure that your scalp is clean and free of any styling products or barriers that may block light penetration. For best results, use red light therapy on a dry scalp.

Treatment Frequency and Duration:

Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for treatment frequency and duration, as they may vary depending on the specific device used. In general, most red light therapy sessions for hair growth last between 10 to 20 minutes and are recommended several times per week.

Application Technique

Position the red light therapy device directly over the areas of the scalp where hair loss or thinning is most prominent. Move the device slowly and methodically across the scalp to ensure even coverage.

Maintain consistent contact with the scalp throughout the treatment session, keeping the device approximately 1 to 3 inches away from the scalp for optimal light penetration.

Safety Precautions

Always wear protective eyewear if the red light therapy device emits bright light to avoid potential eye damage.

Avoid using red light therapy over areas of the scalp with open wounds, infections, or skin conditions, and consult with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns about using the device.

Consistency is Key

Consistency is crucial for achieving optimal results with red light therapy. Incorporate regular treatments into your hair care routine and adhere to the recommended treatment schedule to maximize the benefits of red light therapy for hair growth.

Monitoring Progress

Keep track of any changes in hair density, thickness, or overall scalp health over time to assess the effectiveness of red light therapy. Take progress photos periodically to visually document improvements.

In addition to diet, supplementation, hair oiling, red light and exercise, there are several other important factors to consider when creating a comprehensive hair growth protocol. These factors focus on promoting scalp health, reducing hair damage, and adopting healthy hair care practices. Here are some key components to include in a hair growth protocol:

Scalp Massage

Scalp massage can help stimulate blood circulation to the scalp, promoting nutrient delivery to the hair follicles and encouraging hair growth. Incorporate regular scalp massages using your fingertips or a scalp massage tool into your hair care routine.

Gentle Hair Care Practices

Avoid harsh hair care practices that can damage the hair follicles and lead to breakage and hair loss. Use a gentle, non-toxic shampoo and conditioner suitable for your hair type, and avoid overwashing or using hot water, which can strip the scalp of its natural oils.

Avoiding Heat Styling and Chemical Treatments:

Excessive heat styling, such as blow-drying, curling, or straightening, can weaken the hair shaft and contribute to hair damage and breakage. Similarly, chemical treatments like hair coloring, perming, or chemical straightening can damage the hair and scalp. Minimize the use of heat styling tools and opt for natural hairstyles whenever possible.

Protective Styling

Protective hairstyles, such as braids, buns, or twists, can help minimize manipulation and reduce stress on the hair shaft, preventing breakage and promoting hair growth. Be mindful of the tension applied to the hair and scalp when styling, and avoid hairstyles that pull or tug on the hair excessively.

Stress Management

Chronic stress can contribute to hair loss and scalp issues by disrupting hormone levels and impairing the body's ability to absorb nutrients. Practice stress-reducing techniques such as mindfulness, meditation, yoga, or deep breathing exercises to promote relaxation and support overall hair health.

Regular Trims

Regular trims can help prevent split ends and breakage, keeping the hair shaft healthy and promoting overall hair growth. Aim to trim your hair every 8-12 weeks to maintain its health and appearance.

By incorporating these additional components into your total hair growth protocol, you can create a holistic approach to promoting healthy hair growth, maintaining scalp health, and achieving luscious locks. Remember that consistency and patience are key when it comes to achieving optimal results with any hair growth regimen.