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Tea tree Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) Tea tree oil is an essential oil distilled from the leaves of the Australian tea tree. Most essential oils have some in…   Read More


Hyssopus officinalis Hyssopus officinalus (hyssop) Hyssop is an herb that is native to the Black Sea region of central Asia. Although it is often grown in North A…   Read More

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1942 by Marjory Collins Clothes dryers have long been used as a method for killing lice that are infesting clothing, headgear, bedding, stuffed animals, and other …   Read More


Mayonnaise is a popular treatment for getting rid of head lice. It is affordable and safe. However, mayonnaise does not remove nits, the eggs laid by head lice. If yo…   Read More

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Latest User Submitted Lice Remedies

  • 9 slice of potatoes
    you take a nice size potatoe,slice like potatoe chips a lil thicker.put in small bowl,add a little alcohol just enough to wet the potatoes,lye on the bed without pillow,better... Read Full Post
  • Listerine as a Head Lice Remedy
    There are hundreds of remedies for head lice. Listerine is less messy than most and very easy to find. As a remedy there are several rave reports as to it's workability. The r... Read Full Post
  • Remedies For Head Lice
    *Alternative home head lice treatment recipe -Thousands of satisfied users worldwide! *A natural home formula with easy to follow Step By Step Instructions for k... Read Full Post
  • Drying out Lice
    A few years ago I attended a seminar at the University of Utah. The subject was how to rid yourself of head lice. Head lice need just the right tempature and humidity to survi... Read Full Post
  • Treat Head Lice With Grapefruit-seed Extract
    Grapefruit-seed Extract has many remedies. These remedies cover a wide range of problems that you may be interested in curing naturally. Just using a simple solution mix can a... Read Full Post
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How do you get lice?


Lice are tiny, wingless, parasitic insects that lives among human hairs and feed on extremely small amounts of blood drawn from the scalp. Lice are easily spread and make the skin itchy. They can be transferred from one human to another by closeness, clothing, or touch, especially by school children. There are several ways to get rid of lice like shampoos and natural treatments and by using common household remedies.


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