Morr 12.5% is a vasodilator, which is a type of medicine used to treat hypertension (high blood pressure) and alopecia (hair loss). Morr 12.5% boosts hair growth and reduces the balding process. Hypertension is a long-term medical disorder in which the blood pressure against the artery walls is extremely high (blood vessels). It is thought to be a significant risk factor for cardiovascular (heart) disease. Alopecia, on the other hand, is a condition in which the hair on the scalp or any other region of the body thins or falls off.
Morr 12.5% is a vasodilator that helps to open and relax constricted blood vessels (due to high blood pressure) in order to enhance blood flow and lower blood pressure. New Hair 4U 5% Solution When administered topically (on the scalp), 60 ml dilates the blood vessels. It activates potassium channels, which aid in the delivery of sufficient oxygen, blood, and nutrients to hair follicles, avoiding hair cell loss and encouraging new hair growth.
Oral and topical (for the scalp) formulations of Morr 12.5% are available. The oral tablet form is used to treat hypertension and is often prescribed in conjunction with other medications to reduce adverse effects. Morr 12.5% comes in a variety of topical forms, including solution, lotion, gel, shampoo, conditioner, serum, foam, and spray. Morr 12.5% can have side effects in addition to its desired effects. Excessive hair growth, headache, skin irritation, dryness, redness, dizziness, chest pain, rapid heartbeat, and increased weight with fluid retention are all common side effects of Morr 12.5% (oedema). These adverse effects normally do not require medical attention and subside over time as the treatment progresses. If you have any other symptoms that you believe are related to Morr 12.5%, please visit your doctor or pharmacist.