Thursday, January 21, 2010

How to Heal Lice Naturally, Episode #354

I healed myself from lice about 6 months ago naturally without any chemicals whatsoever. In this video, I teach you how to heal from lice naturally. Enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=289BMATTbck

9 comments:

therealmilly said...

I vote for the Superheroes! it made me laugh out loud. Well ok so did accordion man but for the wrong reasons :0\

jane said...

Also a great idea with nits is to get a good nit comb and comb through your hair in sections whilst you have the conditioner on your hair every day. This will physically remove the nits and eggs and clears them very fast.

Char said...

LOL...curse you mainstream birthday parties... and shea butter!
Umm, I don't think you could get a nit comb through Matt's hair. No offense Matt, you have beautiful hair but nit combs are TEENY! In our house we use Thursday Plantation tea tree oil shampoo and conditioner everyday. I'm hoping it works as sort of a pre-emptive application. My oldest daughter is in grade two and who knows what nasty little critters she brings home! LOL.. great video guys!
Blessings,
Charmaine

Tamikko said...

I, btw, have already voted for the superheroes vid.
I have four kids, the oldest being 19, and have had lice in the house more times then I can remember. I used to, a long long time ago, buy the kits that were toxic and expensive. My oldest daughters strain became resistant to the meds in there and ever since I've used the best way to get rid of the little buggers (lice and their nits). All you do it add some tea tree oil (about half the bottle if you have many people to treat) to some oil in a bowl, I used 1/2 a cup of oil and half a bottle of tea tree oil and mix. Apply the solution to everyone's head in the house, at the scalp, and wrap in a plastic bag tightly, or saran wrap. Leave on for as long as possible, at least an hour. What you're doing is suffocating them. Each person will need to have a shower washing their hair with shampoo twice or thrice times to get out the oil (you can use coconut oil) and condition with conditioner that you've added the other half of the tea tree oil too.
Don't forget to put all bedding and stuffed animals (don't forget coats, hats, sweaters) in big black bags for a week at least. You need to wash everything it hot water to get rid of the nits that are really resistant and may hatch days after you thing you got everything.
I always do this all over again in 3 days so I know for sure that its gone for good.
A nit comb is essential because the nits attach to the hair and are not washed away by even vigorous washing.
I've spent hours picking at my daughters hair to get them all out, only to have to do it again and again, all the while she'd be missing tonnes of school. Most a month the last time we used conventional crap.
I hope this helps someone out.

Barbie said...

MATT! Don't stick the pump up your nose. lol. I laughed out loud!

Lorra said...

I wish I'd known this 5 years ago. That chemical stuff RUINED my hair. Permanently. It's very thin now :(

Sarah said...

I am suprized you guys got nits. The hair of adults is usually too course for them to cling too, thats why it tends to be a young kids, junior school, problem. The lice may jump into adults hair and you may find them but the cannot breed as the hair too thick to cling too, or for the eggs to cling too, they say....
I have a daughter at school and the cycle of nits is ever present. I tried everything,including Teetree oil. The only thing that stopped the cycles was lots of conditioner and use a long toothed nit comb. This get the hatched nits out. Then after driying the hair use hair straighteners. This kills the eggs - job done in one go. Teetree is a great preventative as they hate the smell and will chose someone elses hair.

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Sharron said...

Pretty helpful data, thank you for the article.