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- March 10, 2007 at 2:33 pm #252750
There was aHUGE outbreak of headlice at my children’s school. I put tee tree oil, only a couple of drops, on my chidren’s hairbrush before brushing their hair in the morning. No, it doesn’t smell great, but the lice don’t like it either and we had no problems while entire classrooms and teachers were getting infected.
When you’ve just used a couple of drops on the hairbrush and brushed it in, it really doesn’t smell bad on your child’s head. Just straight out of the bottle. pu!
hth, nancy j.
wrote: — in Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Sharon Young”
> >WOW! these recipes are awsome! Thanks for sharing those.
> With school starting in about a month I’ll have to start worrying
> about my daughter bringing home uninvited “guests” again!
> They can be a problem at our school when parents just don’t care
> to treat their child’s hair. Do you have a homemade recipe to
> get rid of or prevent them? Thanks!
> > All-Purpose Tree Fertilizer recipe
> > 3 parts cottonseed meal, soy meal, or blood meal
> > 2 parts finely ground raw phosphate rock or steamed bone meal
> > 3 parts wood ashes, granite rock or greens
> > 1 part
> > Mix all materials. Apply 1 pound of fertilizer for each foot of
> > drip line diameter of the tree (3 feet = 12 pounds).
Mayo will kill head lice. Just grease up there head in it and it
suffocates the lice.
Wash it out very good.
Mayo also will condition your hair.
So it will not hurt you at all.
Kelly in NJ
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