Medical professionals are treating alopecia areata with conventional treatments like, Cortisone (steroids) Injections & Pills, minoxidil & Topical Immunotherapy etc. However all those treatments have limitations Unfavorable side effects of the steroid do not permit prolonged use and once they are discontinued, a relapse of the disease occurs. Relapse ratio is very high. Minoxidil has been proved less effective and it has some adverse reactions like burning of the scalp, erythema, scaling, pruritis, dermatitis, tissue damage etc. Temporary depression of the skin. Topical Immunotherapy (Chemicals such as diphencyprone - DPCP, dinitrochlorobenzene - DNCB, or squaric acid dibutyl ester-SADBE) is proved very uncomfortable treatment and not a permanent cure for alopecia patients.