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Christopher1
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Any luck out there eliminating dandruff? I've been on the diet for many years with no luck. Coconut oil topically works well, but I think it might be an internal problem.
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Candida--


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bacterial overgrowth
pick and choose from the protocols, for a time period
address the issue by getting your ecosystem back in balance


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Thank you for the encouraging remarks, lol.
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Candida/ SIBO as said before. plus non chemical shampoo plus zero chlorine.


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oregano oil internally .... or some lekker olive leafs


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Few things to think about--- oregano oil application to the scalp overnight,  you will have to look up how to do it. You need to be consistent these things do not work overnight. It will take months.

And  vinegar rinse to your hair-- nothing lives in vinegar, it will kill toe fungus over a period of time and will kill the bacteria in the scalp.

Nettles to the scalp as well--- conditions, improves color and texture, helps with dandruff, irritated scalp, and dry scalp


You do need to take gastro D, intrinsia, deflect and live cell for a bit to get your gut in order.
I would also look for the supplement Dr. D makes that contains stinging nettles.

treat it from the outside and the inside--


More here--http://chagrinvalleysoapandcraft.com/shampving.htm




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Oregano and thyme are rich in phenolic compounds, I had worsening of my dandruff and inflamation galore with a thyme shampoo and developed spots  also on arms and legs of a nasty dermatitis with supplements rich in essential oils especvially these two quoted. Now I fear these in big quantity as a lot of Curry in my food.
I have probably a strong explorer part or may be I am an odd secretor A + explorer right handed and phenolic compounds have sensibilized me I guess...


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Thank you for the information everybody. Looks like I need to take care of both the yeast and bacteria then. Treat it from the outside too. Coconut oil works great for that too. I've tried vinegar before. It works even better but I end up smelling like vinegar for days.
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Both of my sons suffer from flaky scalps. The younger one had some success with oregano oil topically (be prepared to smell like a pizza!) and recently, I suggested my older son start washing his hair with baking soda. Put a small amount in your hand and add a few drops of water to make a paste.  He told me today the flaking has been much better. You won't get any lather and will probably doubt your hair will turn out clean, but it will! I used baking soda for months to strip my hair of build-up and chemicals. Just recently stopped as it was becoming too dry but I think periodically it will work well to keep our hair healthier. I have also done the cider vinegar rinse but once it's rinsed out, I don't smell any vinegar.

Seems like you already know you need to work from the inside, but in the meantime, hope you find some relief. I agree about the nonnies in the group. You have your challenges!

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Non-chemical shampoo recipe:

You can do the baking soda wash as recommended by Whole Foodie followed by vinegar or lemon juice rinse. Both vinegar and lemon juice are acidic and will act as a softener while sealing the cuticles.

My personal recipe -

1 ounce or 4 tablespoons of Dr. Bronner's
1-2 tablespoons of Grapeseed Oil (or any other oil of choice; I prefer Grapeseed because it is liquid at room temp)
10-15 drops of Thieve's Oil
Water (around 7.75 oz) - fill container to top

I emptied out a Dial foaming soap container (contents were said to be 7.5 oz without being filled to the top) and put my shampoo mix.

It feels different from regular shampoo but my scalp does not break out or get flaky. I learned that candida caused my flaky, itchy, irritated scalp. I brush or comb my hair while wet with a wooden brush or comb and then brush my DRY hair with a boar bristle/nylon brush. The boar bristle helps spread the residual oil from the scalp the hair while getting the dirt out of individual strands. As a result, I do not even need to wash my hair often. No dryness, no nothing. If anything, the oil shampoo made my frizzy hair wavy. The individual strands feel thicker - much thicker (I used shampoo and conditioner recently and my hair was a mess). I have tons of volume and looks like I got a blowout at the salon. If I brush my hair with a boar bristle brush, my hair looks very shiny, controlled, and sleek as if I used a flat iron. I do not even have to use product.

This shampoo takes getting used to. It does not have the dry, squeaky clean feeling of commercial shampoo. I put a few pumps of foam on my scalp and run a pocket comb through my hair. The leftover "suds" (this shampoo does not lather much) coats the rest of my hair. I rinse under warm/hot water as much as I can and let my hair air dry. Very low maintenance! *Your scalp might feel greasy and the hair, heavy, as it gets used to the shampoo. The scalp will learn to produce much less oil. Scalp oils do not really have a detectable smell unless you have bacteria on the scalp.*

I use my shampoo as a body wash, too.


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By the way, you need to fiddle with the shampoo recipe to get it feeling "just right". I added too much oil and Dr. Bronner's my first time and my hair was a grease ball. .

I found the above recipe online and tweaked it a bit. I might try with 3/4 tablespoons of Dr. Bronner's. I found that adding the oil to Dr. Bronner's help the mixture assimilate better. Water should be added last. I like using warm water since it mixes with the oils better.


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Thank you for the information everybody. Looks like I need to take care of both the yeast and bacteria then. Treat it from the outside too. Coconut oil works great for that too. I've tried vinegar before. It works even better but I end up smelling like vinegar for days.


Might have to work on the right combo for the vinegar rinse with some essential oils.







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Oregano and thyme are rich in phenolic compounds, I had worsening of my dandruff and inflamation galore with a thyme shampoo and developed spots  also on arms and legs of a nasty dermatitis with supplements rich in essential oils especvially these two quoted. Now I fear these in big quantity as a lot of Curry in my food.
I have probably a strong explorer part or may be I am an odd secretor A + explorer right handed and phenolic compounds have sensibilized me I guess...



Watched Dr. D prescribe it for an O, so we are not all the same.

O's get candida in the scalp.



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Andrea , I had the best results with an oil shampoo with propoli and burdock no more produced, but I guess me too have Candida in the scalp and a bit on my skin, face just this year and legs and arms some tiny spots worsening. White wine is too as cumin a bit irritating for my face, the spots on my body and scalp.


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I wouldn't mind someone who smelled like vinegar


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I thought about trying zeolite for a long time, though I think Dr. D. prefers bentonite. Maybe I'll get some zeolite soon.
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