1. at nannas house

    at nannas house New Egg

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    Hello I am new here on this sight and found you all by searching for can I get lice from my chickens and i have been reading about your talk about head lice and i just want to help all the world with this situation. my daughter is 19 now.
    when she was about 4 she came home from an over niter at her uncles regardless long story short head louse is almost impossible to completely get rid of because once in the schools, that's it ,they are so immune to the very expensive lice shampoos that do not work and its a good chunk of change just to get them again and start over.
    The vacuuming, drying of clothes, the blowing of the hair, and combing the nits it all needs to be done daily all stuffed animals and toys put in plastic bags for 2 weeks this is a must I REITERATE THIS PROCESS IS A MUST
    IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE

    HERE IS THE VERY BEST WAY TO BE RID OF THESE LITTLE PARASITES
    I DEALT WITH THESE CREATURES FROM HELL FOR MANY YEARS AND MUCH RESEARCH
    IT WAS SO BAD IN OUR SCHOOL.
    THE STUFF TO GET IS CALLED NEEM OIL IT CAN BE FOUND AT ANY SPECIAL GROW STORE
    OR ORDER ONLINE
    NEEM OIL and TEE TREE OIL

    What this neem oil does is breaks down the reproductive system in this little creature and they die off within a short period of time the.

    IT IS VERY NECESSARY THAT YOU PUT THIS NEEM OIL AND THE TEE TREE OIL INTO YOUR SHAMPOO BOTTLES AND TEE TREE ALSO IN YOUR CONDITIONER AND SO YOU ARE USING IT CONSISTENTLY . THE STUFF IS NOT HARMFUL AS IS THE RID SHAMPOO THAT COST A LOT AND DOES NOT WORK

    What the tee tree oil does is the lice is not attracted to it what so ever so if you lay your head say on someones couch that has lice they will not get on you because the tee tree oil

    I HOPE THIS WAS WILL BE AND IS A HUGE HELP TO YOU ALL IT SAVED US

    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE
     
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  2. IceAngel

    IceAngel Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thank you for sharing. You probably helped a lot of people with your suggestion.

    Welcome to BYC btw.
     

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