Adam Moore wrote:Since I went no-poo
Jay Peters wrote:I find, having dealt with it for years, that Apple Cider vinegar does work quick as true dandruff can (supposedly) only survive in basic/alkaline environment and the acid in the vinegar switches that up quick.
At the risk of hijacking this thread in praise of ACV I have to say I unfortunately don't have the means to make it yet, but it is THE BEST. I probably use a few litres a year of the unpasteurized over the counter stuff. It tastes good, is great for the skin, and anytime I think I might be coming down with something I sip about an ounce or ounce and half and then from time to time, mostly in winter I take it as a preventative measure as well. I haven't been sick in probably two years. I actually love how it feels permeating (burning) through my body after drinking some straight down!!
So yes, Apple Cider Vinegar is fantastic, especially the raw, homemade stuff.