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UK girl's head lice shampoo catches fire

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Eldorado

Four years ago, Aleema Ali, from Bradford, returned home from boarding school with head lice.

In a bid to get rid of them, she applied 'Full Marks Solution', a medicated shampoo to her hair, shortly after which she went into the kitchen where her mum was cooking.

Not realising the product was highly flammable, Aleema's hair suddenly caught fire and her entire head and face were engulfed in flames.

And Lad Bible magazine: Link

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Removed Metro link due to graphic content
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Aroundthecorner

I suppose the nitty gritty to this story is dont cook while wearing lotion.

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third_eye

Oh fer gawds sakes, it's not like it's some greatest secret in the world... 

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Lice. Researchers in one 2011 study found that neem seed extract successfully killed head lice larvae after 5 minutes of treatment and adult head lice after 10 minutes of treatment. This may be due to the oil's azadirachtin content.Sep 28, 2018
www.healthline.com › health › nee...

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TashaMarie
5 hours ago, third_eye said:

Oh fer gawds sakes, it's not like it's some greatest secret in the world... 

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Never heard of it.

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third_eye
52 minutes ago, TashaMarie said:

Never heard of it.

Well, now you have.... 

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Antelaea azadirachta (neem) and Azadirachta indica (margosa oil) are indigenous to the woods of India and Sri Lanka. ... as well as a history for use as alternative remedies in woundcare There are ...
 
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by VS Kumar · 2013 · Cited by 189 · Related articles
A very good example of usage of palm leaf manuscripts to store the history is a Tamil grammar book ... The earliest documentation of neem mentioned the fruit, seeds, oil, leaves, roots and bark for their ...

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TashaMarie
13 minutes ago, third_eye said:

Well, now you have.... 

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That is very true.

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acute

This explains the Pepsi Commercial Incident.  Michael Jackson had lice! :o

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