My Experience Using Cellfood Drops Supplement for Hair Loss

Updated on March 15, 2018
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Having read about the many benefits of Cell Food drops, I decided to try it as a way to treat my candida and hair loss.


Hair Loss and Candida

I started taking Cell Food drops in August 2011. I had been struggling with alopecia universalis and suspected that it was due to some underlying condition, such as candida. The thing that got me excited about Cell Food was that it claimed to improve oxygen levels, and that was supposed to help get rid of candida.

After three weeks of use, I started to feel a bit of soft fuzz on my head. That gave me hope that it was actually working! I decided to continue taking the drops for at least three months—that's how long it's supposed to take for the drops to eradicate candida.

Other Candida Treatments Didn't Work

I've used Dr. McCombs' candida cleanse with marginal results. It seemed to improve my overall wellbeing and helped my fingernails grow faster, but I didn't get much hair regrowth. I've also done the Blessed Herbs cleanse and did feel a little bit better, but it was a long cleanse, and I felt like I should have seen a greater improvement in my health.

Does Cell Food Help Treat Hair Loss?

When I first started taking Cell Food drops, I noticed I had a lot more energy throughout the day. I didn't have to sleep as much, and I slept more deeply. I used to need at least eight hours of sleep to feel normal, but now, I could get away with just six or seven hours. Some people take it just for this reason, but I was more interested in getting my hair back.

After almost two months, I still didn't see any real hair growth on my head. I did see some clear eyelashes coming in, and that was an encouraging sign, but what I really wanted was to regrow the hair on my head.

It wasn't until a month later that I finally started to see some real hair on my head—not just the fuzzy baby hairs. This was huge for me! After three months of taking Cell Food drops, I would have to say that it did help my hair grow back.

Side Effects and Other Benefits of Cell Food

I haven't noticed any side effects from my own personal experience taking Cell Food. That's not to say that other people won't have a reaction to it. One reviewer on Amazon claimed that it made her moody, so she had to stop taking it. Everyone will have a different experience because we are all unique. Our bodies, diets, and environment are all different and will factor into whether or not the product will work for you.

You may experience detoxification side effects initially. They usually last only a few days. It is just your body getting rid of the built up toxins. For some people, this will feel like a slight cold—others may experience a rash. I usually get a mild rash around my eyes when detoxing, but it usually goes away within three days.

I have read that some people use Cell Food to treat burns. I was really skeptical of this, but I have to say, from personal experience, that it does help quite a bit. I burned my hand on a cast iron skillet while making hashbrowns one day. I immediately plunged my hand under cold water and grabbed my Cell Food drops. They made the burn sting for a few seconds, but in an hour, I couldn't even tell that I had burned myself. The next day, the skin had changed texture, but it was no longer pink. It seemed as if it healed faster because of the Cell Food.

Why Use Cell Food?

Many people will get enough vitamins from fruits and vegetables, but they still won't get enough essential minerals. Modern, processed foods typically don't give you the required amount of nutrients, especially minerals, that you need on a daily basis. Cell Food contains trace minerals that our bodies need. You need both vitamins and minerals for your body to function properly.

Cell Food drops are also an easy addition to your diet. Just a couple of drops in your water—tastes like a hint of citrus—three times a day. One ounce should last you about a month!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

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        7 years ago

        I enjoyed your lens - thanks. If you are interested, there is a new shampoo out that appears promising for hair growth. It can be found at At this website, I purchase Synertek colostrum - the best colostrum I have found. I am not associated with the company at all. I simply buy their colostrum. If you are interested, use the contact page, and I'm sure they will be happy to send you more details about the product. The price is similar to Cellfood, so it is reasonably priced.

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        7 years ago

        Yes for some people, especially older and/or those who may have abundance of toxins built up in their cells like me, they should be very careful in using Cellfood. I for one am either allergic to some (specific) element(s) in it or the side effect(s) of detoxing of the cells can be unbearable. (I hope and believe that it is probably the detoxification of the cell is what is going on rather than me being allergic to something in it.) Every time I've used Cellfood, four times now, within a week or so of starting on Cellfood I would get little pinpoint size bumps on my body especially my hands, feet, and ankles. You can only see these bumps when you look real close to the skin. If your skin feels irritated or itch, these areas will become warm or hot and flush or rash red in color especially if rubbed 0r scratched. Big problems can occur anytime you scratch your body exposing raw skin underneath the outer layer of the skin to bacteria that can lead to infection, cellulitus, flesh eating bacteria, and even MRSA. (In my case, I scratched my skin raw around my ankles where I got a bad case of cellulitus the 4th time I used Cellfood, causing a 3-day visit in a local hospital and another two weeks off of work taking antibiotics and not being able to walk). While taking Cellfood, I also got mild headaches and felt very irritable. Here is what I think (assume) was going on when I was taking Cellfood: Toxins accumulate mostly around feet and then hands. (I read that somewhere.) My cells were trying to get rid of the toxins through my skin causing the small bumps on the top layer of skin which triggered the itching mechanisms of the body so that the toxic bumps can be scratched off and disposed of. My suggestion in taking Cellfood is to stop taking it as soon as you start having problems and wait a couple of weeks before using it again at a lower amount. Keep repeating, stopping and lowering the amount used if problems continue. We all need to get the toxins out. Detoxifying to fast can also be a problem in itself. So learn from what your body is telling you and take your time. Best to you in Health and may God bless.

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        8 years ago

        Thanks for this lens! love it.


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        8 years ago

        Excellent lens! I just started taking Cell Food myself 5 days ago. I have experienced the rash around my eyes and on my forehead as well. Also, increased urination....the body eliminating all of the toxins. Any more results after taking the Cell Food for the full 3 months?


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