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Natural anti lice: lavender?

Unread Messageby gab » 05/09/07, 11:16

it's back to school (from time we do not realize is in) the first return of my little boy and already I freaked ..

lice...

I read that the essential oil of the almond was a good repellent, that this HE was one of the few that could be used as is.
a drop behind the ears and on the head and hop no lice
on the other hand for small is better dilute
1 tablespoon oil (sweet almond or other) with 3 drops of lavender hemp

have you tested? is it effective?
other recipe?
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 05/09/07, 11:19

I remember in my youth anti-lice shampoos that stank a max ... so if the lavender can replace them it is all economic benefit!

Speaking of re-entry, I have just written an article entitled: Back to School and Sustainable Supplies
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Unread Messageby bham » 05/09/07, 13:56

Hi gab.
We bought last year for our little daughter and for her first year kindergarten lavender vinegar packaged in a small aluminum bottle. As the class had a right to lice for weeks, we put it, undiluted, behind the ears and in the nape of the neck. Is it a happy coincidence or is lavender vinegar effective? in any case, she escaped these beasts.
As Christophe implies about "stinking" products, the chemicals we put on our children's heads are not insignificant. These are also pesticides, which reminds me of the post on bees that we get rid of acarids with acaricide.
Our poor mouflets will be sufficiently attacked by the pollutions of all hairs without having to add more. So it is better to try natural preventive methods.
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Unread Messageby gab » 05/09/07, 14:00

vinegar lavender I did not know, we find that or? I live in France!
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Unread Messageby bham » 05/09/07, 15:57

gab wrote:vinegar lavender I did not know, we find that or? I live in France!

Me too in France. I'm going to ask bobonne but in pharmacy I think.
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Re: Natural Lice: Lavender?

Unread Messageby zac » 05/09/07, 16:40

gab wrote:other recipe?


Hello

the mower followed by the razor : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

100% warranty and no product.

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Re: Natural Lice: Lavender?

Unread Messageby gab » 05/09/07, 16:56

zac wrote:
gab wrote:other recipe?


Hello

the mower followed by the razor : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

100% warranty and no product.

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pfff
and after that he will have more hair he will be able to enroll in the legion !! : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 05/09/07, 18:31

Do not pay attention to Zac ... it has always been like this : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby bham » 05/09/07, 18:47

bham wrote:
gab wrote:vinegar lavender I did not know, we find that or? I live in France!

Me too in France. I'm going to ask bobonne but in pharmacy I think.

I confirm: in pharmacy
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Unread Messageby gegyx » 06/09/07, 00:00

After the shampoo, rinse the hair with very, very diluted vinegar.
Of course, the white vinegar, or the robust vinegar, "homemade" with the remains of turned tongues, may not please ...
But there is cider vinegar.
The vinegar, fragrant with raspberry ...
The one with the onions, for the irreducible ... : Lol:
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