Making hair oil with Arnica Q+ Olive Oil by dear JoeHi Dear Joe,
Firstly thanks for giving ur precious contributions to the world of homeopathy.
Sir, i want to ask that as you told the formula for making hair Oil i.e. Olive oil + Arnica Q.. Can we use some other oil instead of olive oil.. for example: Pure Almond oil, Mustard oil or Coconut Oil.
I am in INDIA and all these are easily available in 100% pure form. Dr. Kadwa knows well about these oils also.. So Kadwa sir if u r also available online then please comment on it.
Hopefully waiting for replies.
[message edited by ankit111 on Tue, 21 Mar 2017 06:23:50 UTC]
ankit111 on 2017-03-21
Joe is retired from the forum. His arnica recipe was an experiment he came up with.
You have to be very careful with arnica Q. Arnica cannot ever be put on broken skin,even a tiny part of skin that is chafed. Some people who have used this"protocol" started having their scalp ooze out liquid etc.
♥ simone717 last yearOk dear Simone,
Can you please tell me to form any remedy with oil that i can use regularly to keep my hair as it is.. i.e. so that they should not go away from sides silently... I have no hairfall problem.
ankit111 last yearHi,
If you are not losing hair and if this is just about taking good care of your hair and scalp? Then you do not need a remedy..anytime a person adds in a remedy (medicine) if there is no problem it can start a problem .
The same goes for herbs also- at least here in USA they are adding in herbs to basic vitamins! Like Sabal to "nourish" hair ,not caring that it also can reduce testosterone levels.
As far as oils and hair care-I don't know. You could post a new thread and others can suggest.If me I would google "verified real reviews of hair products and oils" that way you can
Bypass all the fake testimonials on ads.
♥ simone717 last year
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