You will need
  • - kerosene;
  • - sunflower oil;
  • shampoo;
  • - vinegar;
  • - olive oil;
  • - lemon juice;
  • - med;
  • - milk;
  • - badger fat.
Upon detection of head lice , take one tablespoon of kerosene, two teaspoons of sunflower oil and 30 ml of shampoo or soap. Thoroughly mix the components and apply them onto the head for hair growth, starting from the nape of the neck. Pre-moisten the hair. Then gather them in a bun and wear a tight pack of polyethylene, cover your head with a towel. Soak the solution on the head at least 40 minutes but less than an hour (to avoid burning the skin).
After the procedure, thoroughly rinse the head first in the tub with a weak solution of acetic acid (1 liter of water teaspoon of 70% acetic acid), and then under warm running water.
After the first treatment, all the lice should be killed. But don't stop, because there are still nits. On the third day, treat hair with olive oil with a small amount of kerosene (in a ratio 50 g of butter in half a teaspoon of kerosene). At the end of the procedure instead of acetic acid you can use lemon juice. It contains a substance that dissolves the gluten, which nits are "glued" to the hair.
On the fourth day, when nits will remain a bit on the hair apply this solution: a teaspoon of kerosene, mix with three tablespoons of honey. Next, add to the mix four tablespoons of hot water and immediately apply to hair. Keep the solution on your head for about an hour, and then rinse with water.
Next, you should resort to the preparation of such a solution: 200 g of milk, 3 teaspoons of kerosene mixed with badger fat (3 tablespoons). Apply the mixture on dry hair. Leave it performing its action for 15 minutes and rinse in running water. Repeat this process 4 times a day for several days.