Garlic

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We’re all familiar with the powerful smell of garlic, but while it does little more to humans that give bad breath, the smell of garlic can actually cause head lice to suffocate and die. Crush up a dozen cloves of garlic and make a paste from the garlic, and then spread this onto your entire head of hair. Leave this in for an hour or so, and then wash your hair thoroughly and remove the dead lice with a fine comb. If you follow this treatment up with a strong, specialty shampoo and regular inspection, your head lice infestation will be cleared up in no time!

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