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If you’re a dandruff sufferer, you do not have to stick with common conventional shampoos to stay flake free. Itchy, dry scalps can be helped with organic shampoo – and you will not have to worry about strong chemicals further drying and irritating your scalp. Look for moisturizing ingredients like coconut oil, and healing botanicals like tea tree.
Health and Community info
Want to eat more organic food? A food forest is a great way to do that.
Permaculture design identifies seven layers in a food forest, from the tallest trees in the canopy continuing down below the soil layer.
There are many varieties of plants that are routinely available in North Dakota garden centers, including a few examples below.
The black walnut has a Late Spring bloom period. Propogated by Bare root, Container, Cuttings, Seed, the fruit/seed period of the black walnut lasts from Fall to Fall.
Surviving in temperatures above -28°F, the black walnut is in the Walnut family. It’s scientific name is Juglans nigra, and it has a Low drought tolerance.
The black walnut requires between 30 and 60 inches of rain per annum. It is Native to ND.
While a plant may be listed as fruit-bearing in North Dakota, you might not have the best growing conditions in your specific area.
Talking to your local garden supplier is a great way to learn more about the plants, shrubs and ground species that will be the perfect fit for your new food forest.
Are you growing an awesome food forest? Submit a picture and we may feature you on this site.
Skin, Hair & Teeth
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Photo Diary – Honey Is The New Shampoo: Week 2
. . . and then I remembered that one of you had commented about using a homemade dry shampoo — we actually have a couple recipes for that here ! I did some further research for fun and found that you can also use arrowroot flour (best for light h. . .
Review: Valley Of Longevity Natural Shampoo
. . . I hope you also understand and appreciate that there is no way you can compare this shampoo with what they sell. It would be like comparing a Mercedes to a Chevy (no offense to Chevy drivers 😉 It is a high quality shampoo and not outrageously. . .
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Review: Jason Natural Fortifying Biotin Shampoo
. . . being overly drying. My hair is smooth, silky and shiny, and before, as after this shampoo is stayed the same. In terms of lather, I have a water filter at home which makes our water soft, and oddly enough I did not find that it made this product. . .
See My Top Picks For Gentle Cleansing And Hydrating shampoos.
. . . or often feel like it is difficult to cleanse without causing drying, give this shampoo a lather and prepare for some noticeable differences! You can pick this one up for from Doris New York’s site . Scruples White Tea Restorative Shampoo i. . .
Coconut Oil For Hair Conditioning! Your #1 Best Hair Oil!
. . . very much time is easy! Just add a little coconut oil in your hand along with your shampoo and wash as usual. Apply your cream rinse or conditioner as normal. Coconut oil will make your shampoo lather up like you’ve never seen it . . . so you will . . .
Review: Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo
. . . no animal by-products, no sodium laureth/lauryl sulfate and no harsh chemicals. The shampoo states that it removes all traces of dirt, oil and build-up, increases scalp circulation, strengthens hair and alleviates dry, flaky scalp. The scent of. . .
Review: Thursday Plantation Organic Tea Tree Shampoo
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DIY Dry Shampoo For Dark Or Light Hair
. . . you can get the same results by using household items to make your own dry shampoo – for dark or light hair. It works like a charm and I know I’ll be taking it everywhere I go! What you need: For light hair – corn starch, baking soda, essen. . .
See The Care Calendar I Created For My Newly Natural Friend, Cherie!
. . . flaking or itchy) Clarifying Shampoos: Ouidad Superfruit Renewal Clarifying Cream Shampoo Giovanni 50:50 Hydrating-Clarifying Shampoo Deep conditioners : Hydratherma Naturals Amino Plus Protein Deep Conditioner Carol’s Daughter Sacred Tiare Fo. . .
Review: Hugo & Debra Naturals Shampoo
. . . “ coconut” , when it comes to both food and personal care. The scent of the shampoo can be considered very prominent, and so it is not a suitable choice for those who wish to avoid all scents, or prefer very gentle scented products. In ter. . .