Have you ever noticed how motherhood . . . Has a way of making you feel guilty about random things, like going to the bathroom by yourself? Well, here’s one thing you shouldn’t add to your list: lice. If your little one gets it, it’s not because they were dirty . . . though it’s probably a …
If there is a head lice breakout at your child’s school or elsewhere, there are some basic measures you can take to prevent its spread. Learn more: http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/head-lice-prevention #lice #healthykids
99.6 percent of lice tested in the US and Canada had developed gene mutations, making them resistant to common over-the-counter lice shampoos. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/09/02/mutant-head-lice.aspx
Natural lice removal: mix the 15 to 20 drops of tea tree oil in 4 ounces of rubbing alcohol. Place the mixture in a spray bottle and saturate the hair with it, leaving in 12 hours. The following morning, comb out your child’s hair. Then, shampoo, rinse, and repeat. Once the lice have been eliminated, the alcohol – essential oil spray can be used as a preventive treatment.