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PostSubject: Hair Skin Product Q and A: Answers ToYourMost FAQ’s   Sat May 03, 2014 4:57 am

Hair/Skin/Product Q and A: Answers to your most FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where to Find Products Online
Q: Where can I find Products, and the best Oils, Butters, and Soapmaking ingredients online?

A:
Mountainroseherbs.com
Fromnaturewithlove.com
Bulkapothecary.com
Vitaminshoppe.com
Amazon.com

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The Truth About Protective Styling
Q: I want to grow my hair longer, and was thinking of using braid-extensions and lace-front wigs to transition and allow my hair time to rest, but I have noticed that some people, now, say that these are no-longer considered protective styles. Is this true?

A: Any style that has to be glued, bonded, braided, sewn, crotched or otherwise literally ‘attached’ to sections OR strands of hair to achieve a look is NOT protective.

Why Extensions Really Are Bad

Stylists who specialize in extension styling are NOT trying to protect your hair. These are what are known medically as ‘stressful-styling-techniques’. And physicians warn against such styling methods because, Anything that is too-tight or too-heavy for the hair or scalp to bear causes irreversible tensile pressure at the root of the follicle, which, in turn triggers scarring hair-loss injury to the affected area/s of the scalp.

Extension Styles that cause this type of permanent injury to the hair are:
Plaited Extensions (braid/twist/deadlock style extensions)
Glued Extensions (glued to a flat-braid base or near the root or ends of hair)
Bonded Extensions (attached with a metal grommet)
Glued Wigs (Lace Front Wigs cause hair-loss AND Cancer of the frontal lobe)
Super Long/Weighty Extensions (extension styles longer than 1-2 inches below shoulder length are too heavy for the root-hair to bear and will cause hair-loss from the root, which may be permanent)

The above mentioned styles have Never been considered protective and are quite dangerous in that not only do they cause scarring hair-loss, new studies have linked certain types of cancer to some of these styles.

Protective styles allow hair to rest with little-to-no stress on the hair and scalp at all.

Protective Styles that benefit the hair are:
Non-Extension Plait Styles (natural, non-extension two-strand-twists/box-plaits/flat-plaits that utilize the natural hair only and are not secured with extensions)
Mono-Cap Wigs (they are not bonded to the hair or skin and can be worn and removed easily)


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PostSubject: Re: Hair Skin Product Q and A: Answers ToYourMost FAQ’s   Sat May 03, 2014 5:03 am

About Homeopathic Treatments for Hair Growth
Q: Do Homeopathic/Natural Solutions Really Stimulate Hair Growth?

A: Yes, there are a few natural treatments that really work.

Specific recipe recommendations
can be found online at Youtube.com and in Goddess Hair and Skin Recipe Book (Amazon.com).


1. The Onion Juice [Sulfur] Overnight Treatment (onion juice is extracted and applied to scalp and hair and allowed to remain overnight and shampooed or co-washed out the next day; this treatment encourages hair growth and is also recommended for damaged hair).

2. The Onion Paste [Sulfur] Overnight Treatment (onion juice is extracted and applied to scalp and hair and then remaining onion pulp is pureed allowed and layered onto hair over juice as mask and allowed to remain overnight (under disposable/plastic conditioner cap) and shampooed or co-washed out the next day).

3. Yogurt Deep Treatment (Greek yogurt is applied to clean hair in sections and allowed to remain on hair for up to 1 hour; this treatment is recommended for damaged or shedding hair issues.).

4. Mayonnaise-Egg Protein Deep Treatment (Egg is mixed with mayonnaise (and yogurt) and applied to clean hair in sections and allowed to remain on hair for up to 1 hour; this treatment is recommended for damaged, bleached or shedding hair issues.).

5. Nutritive Scalpdress (equal parts jojoba oil, olive oil, wheatgerm oil, and a few drops each of -rosemary oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil soothes dry scalp issues and stimulates follicular activity over time; for best results, use every 3 days--apply with dropper).

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How To Make Shealoe
Q: I am interested in making my own Shealoe hair butter, but am not sure what the ratio should be with Aloe. What do I need to do?

A: Recipes may vary somewhat, but a good Shealoe recipe is basically 40% Aloe and 60% Shea or about 2parts Shea and 1part Aloe Gel. You can melt the Shea in the microwave and once it cools to room temperature add the Aloe and whip your product with a hand mixer until it begins to solidify and takes on a nice fluffy whipped consistency, and voila, there you have made a great batch of Shealoe. You can find the ingredients you will need at the following: Fromnaturewithlove.com or Mountainroseherbs.com .



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PostSubject: Re: Hair Skin Product Q and A: Answers ToYourMost FAQ’s   Sat May 03, 2014 5:34 am

About Kinky Hair
Q: What is kinky hair, and is it classified as a ‘type’?

A: Well, as for kinkiness, itself, that's not an actual 'type', per say, as opposed to an adjective commonly used to describe a proneness to knotty-ness or possibly natty-ness, typically hair that is more tightly curled, coiled, cottony or spongy in nature is described as having a tendency to kink, now, this isn’t a good or bad thing, it simply is a characteristic associated with some natural hair types which may require specific grooming practices to address as/if desired.

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About Hair Types
Q: What are the basic distinctions between types used to determine individual primary hair patterns?

A: Hair falls into 6 primary-type categories, (Straight-1abc, Wavy-2abcd, Curly-3abcd, Coily-4abc, Cottony-5abc and Spongy-6ab).

Basic general distinctions between primary types are as follows:

The difference between straight and wavy hair-
Straight hair is characterized by uniform ‘stick’ straightness and Wavy hair, while not entirely straight is also not entirely curly and tends to have an ‘s’ or sideways ‘m’ wave pattern.

The difference between curly and coily hair-
While curl size may vary, Curly hair has a more uniform cylindrical pattern that allows for the formation of curls and ringlets, but coily hair is less uniform in that it may have typical wiry coils that can look like a crooked watch spring (imagine a watch spring that breaks suddenly and the way it 'pops' out--kind of like that) that forms signature coily squiggles and bends and cylindrical pen-spring coils.

The difference between cottony and spongy hair-
Cottony hair is, as it’s name implies, soft cottony hair and can be billowy regardless of thickness (from typical ball of cotton to cotton candy-ish to wool-yarn-like appearance) and Spongy hair has the appearance of having more denseness of/among all hair types and can literally take on sponge-like characteristics, such as a distinctly wedged appearance, or a tendency to ‘mush’, not unlike a sponge or eraser.

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PostSubject: Re: Hair Skin Product Q and A: Answers ToYourMost FAQ’s   Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:55 pm

About Extensions, Weaves & Lace-Front Wigs
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Q: When hair-loss occurs, why do people insist on implying that it is the style and not the stylist's fault?? When done properly, don't extensions help hair grow?

A: This is a common misunderstanding, but, NO, weaves and braid extensions do not actually grow hair longer. The process of leaving the hair alone and allowing it time to rest and accrue length is how hair attains longer length/s over time.

Fact:
Top 10 Known Causes For Hair Loss
1. Chemical Stylers (straighteners, texturizers, perms, chemical-colorants/dye)
2. Bleach
3. Extension Plait Styles
4. Lace Front Wigs
5. Glued In Extension Styles
6. Excessive Heat Styling
7. Stress/Health/illness
8. Stylist Error
9. Double Processing
10. Peer Pressure

Medical Dermatologists have explained that research has shown that hair extensions and weaves cause tensile stress on the root, follicle and even scalp, (weaves and braided extensions are tantamount to tying the weight of a 20-pound brick to the ends of the hair -- and while hair can support it's OWN weight, it cannot, however, support the stress of added, outside weight) causing injury and in some cases, permanent hair-loss.

just as we now know for a fact that smoking causes cancer, extensions and weaves (and chemical stylers) cause hair-loss.

If you want to change your look, instead of extensions or hair weaves or lace-front wigs, try a standard (removable) wig or drawstring ponytail, or gentle, non-extension plait style to manange your hair-styling needs...

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PostSubject: Re: Hair Skin Product Q and A: Answers ToYourMost FAQ’s   Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:47 pm

About OZONE/Alternative/Bio-Oxidative HEALTH Therapies
Q: Is It True That Ozone Therapy Can Cure HIV?

A: You are talking about alternative therapies commonly referred to as bio-oxidative therapies. Some may already be familiar with the use of Ozone as a natural water purification method already in use for some time by many countries. With regard to medicinal usage, let it first be said that, any supplement, treatment or therapy, alternative or otherwise should be only administered by a board certified, licensed medical doctor following due-diligence of research, and only then instituted at your own risk. Regarding Ozone, the two most popular types of oxygen therapy are:
1. O3 / Ozone (IV or Injection Method)
2. H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy)

Ozone was first introduced into the medical community sometime around or after 1920. And in the early 1980’s, preliminary research indicated that Ozone therapy as administered consistently over a minimum period of 8-weeks, (or longer as needed), may also be capable of reversing a number of viral disorders, including asthma, hepatitis, herpes and even early hiv. However, Major-hemotherapy as it is called is typically found outside of more medically conservative nations such as the United States and South Africa.
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According to the Saul Pressman article, The Story of Ozone, on Uralica.com/oz.htm:

“Medical Ozone is produced in varying concentrations. The quantity of ozone in comparison with the quantity of oxygen in the gas stream is called percent concentration. It is measured in micrograms (ug) of ozone per milliliter (or cc) of the mixture. A litre of oxygen weighs 1.4 grams

Therefore: 0.5% x 1.4gm = 7ug/cc; 1.0% x 1.4gm = 14ug/cc; 1.5% x 1.4gm = 21ug/cc;
2.0% x 1.4gm = 28ug/cc; 2.5% x 1.4gm = 35ug/cc; 3.0% x 1.4gm = 42ug/cc;
3.5% x 1.4gm = 49ug/cc; 4.0% x 1/4gm = 56ug/cc; 4.5% x 1.4gm = 63ug/cc;
5.0% x 1.4gm = 70ug/cc

5% or 70ug/cc is considered to be the upper limit of concentration for internal use of medical ozone.

Dr. Greenberg of the Keif Clinic has shown, in vitro, that at concentrations of 90 ug/cc there was crimping of red blood cells which was definitely harmful. Experiments by F. Sweet et al have shown inhibition of growth in healthy cells at concentrations above 72 ug/cc. If we stay below that level, we will have no problems, -

Intravenous injections are 95-98% oxygen and 2-5% ozone gas, some have warned against the potential for embolism to occur, however, they also state that gas embolisms do not occur with pure ozone, and that there is no danger from embolism from injections of oxygen and ozone. Only nitrogen forms a dangerous gas bubble. The recommended rate of injection is very slow, about 10cc per minute,” (S. Pressman).

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Early research protocols utilized 20-minutes daily ozone therapy over 6-weeks. Recent minimum treatment requirements are typically 1-3 treatments per week (two weeks of 2-3 treatments per week and then an additional eight weeks of 1-2 treatments per week), for up to 8-weeks or longer as may be needed. Other researchers recommend use of daily injections of a prepared medical oxygen-ozone mixture over a minimum period of 12-15 days, but it must be noted, that research resulting in eradication of illness required 6-8 weeks of treatment protocols.

According to Keephoealive.org, with regard to Bio-Oxidative Therapy, both Autohemotherapy and IV Ozone are the most effective methods producing the most therapeutic effects on the body, with autohemotherapy described as being the safest. Additionally, recommended concentrations of ozone for autohemotherapy is expressed as ideally at, “ 30 mcg/ml. 200 m.l. of ozone should be mixed with 200 m.l. of blood in a 500 m.l.. bag per treatment for adults”.


Online Lists of Medical Ozone Practitioners:
http://www.oxygenhealingtherapies.com/my_ozone_doctor.com.html
http://www.o3center.org/Clinics/
http://www.o3medicalozone.com/ozone-clinics
http://www.o3medicalozone.com/component/mtree/?Itemid=61
http://www.healthsalon.org/421/ozone-practitioners-found-in-the-usa/

MAH / Ozone Information and Treatment Indications:
http://www.keephopealive.org/ozone.html
http://uralica.com/oz.htm
http://educate-yourself.org/fc/  

Popular Anti-Parasitic Regimens
1. Major-autohemotherapy I.V.
2. H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide) I.V.
3. Bioresonance (Russian Study with A. Panov)
4. MMS + DMSO
5. 35% Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment (uses dilution of food grade 35% hp)

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