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Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/16/11 08:54:58AM
45 posts

Hard-Water Baking Soda Lemon Juice Experiment. Nailed It


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Awesome thank you :) For everyone's sake the hope the new bars work well haha

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/15/11 08:28:22AM
45 posts

Hard-Water Baking Soda Lemon Juice Experiment. Nailed It


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Haven't gotten the bars yet. Still figuring out what's going on with the road. Life a limbo. What about Lemon clarifying shampoos? I'm fully aware that the majority of products marketing to us are not healthy and destructive. Just curious.

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/14/11 01:03:03PM
45 posts

Hard-Water Baking Soda Lemon Juice Experiment. Nailed It


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Boiling probably isn't necessary just wanted to cover all the bases so people couldn't continue to blame the Baking Soda itself. Thanks for the tip SE. This site has saved a lot of people's time, money and dreads.

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/14/11 12:28:56PM
45 posts

Hard-Water Baking Soda Lemon Juice Experiment. Nailed It


Dread Products

I ordered some of the new dreadlock shampoo bars and am looking forward to seeing how they work. I was planning on not washing my hair again until they got here but was just feeling kinda gnarly this morning. So I decided to try adding lemon juice to the baking soda mix and boil the water to make sure everything was dissolved. So mixed into a 1 gallon tea-pitcher was a full cup of BS, 15 drops of Tea-tree Oil, 2-3 drops of Lemon Juice and 1 pot of boiling water. After adding the boiling water I filled the rest with cold water and made sure all the clumps were mixed up. After the usual pour and soak I did an ACV rinse and 5-6 hours later my hair is dry and actually soft and clean. Before when I used a BS rinse my scalp would feel really good but my hair would be kind of sticky from the hard-water. Worked for me might work for you. A bit time consuming but if you have the time to take care of yourself what better way can you spend it. Shampoo bars are a definite if you travel a lot. TSA won't make you throw away your shampoo if you forget it's in your carry on :) Hope everyone is doing well. Accepting their hair for what it is and feeling more relaxed instead of stressed out by your dread journey. Non-conformist usually get upset at their non-conformistlocks haha. Let it go, live and let be. Many blessings your way. More love - Cam


updated by @Cameron Zion: 02/14/15 10:25:45AM
Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/12/11 05:45:44PM
45 posts

I screwed up, and I need advice.


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I would look at this as anopportunityto get your hair really clean and finding a good shampoo/shampoo bar that works well for you instead of seeing it as a set-back. I know the feeling, not with dreads, butabstainingfrom other things. You just have to keep moving forward and you already know I'm sure :)

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/08/11 08:09:20PM
45 posts

A disscusion to talk about H.I.M


History and Religious Significance

Last that I read H.I.M is being considered by the E.O.T.C

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/05/11 03:57:21PM
45 posts

Has Anyone Tried Apple Pectin in Hard-Water


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I'll have to give it a go. Thanks for the info hope you have a blessed day :)

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/05/11 03:31:31PM
45 posts

Has Anyone Tried Apple Pectin in Hard-Water


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I'm guessing you've been happy with it? If I wasn't going to be on the go then I would just get a water-softenershower head they're only around $50. But we'll see.

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/05/11 02:28:47PM
45 posts

Has Anyone Tried Apple Pectin in Hard-Water


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It's an Apple Pectin shampoo. Apparently was around in the 80's early 90's and now re-formulated. The fact that the word formulated is even in the description has enticed me to move on. Whatever it is I need Jah will bring it across my path, thanks for the input and if anyone has comments or experience please leave something. Bless up!

Cameron Zion
@Cameron Zion
10/05/11 01:06:15PM
45 posts

Has Anyone Tried Apple Pectin in Hard-Water


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At the moment I am out supporting an E.P. release and sadly it won't always be functional to have my several boxes of baking soda, essential oils, apple cider vinegar and one gallon tea-pitcher on hand. I've heard a few people saying the Apple Pectin is a great natural shampoo that works like a clarifying shampoo as well. just curious as to whether or not anyone has used it in hard-water. As most of us know, a lot of soaps/shampoos do not rinse well in hard-water. Any thoughts or comments are greatly appreciated and if it comes down to it I will figure out a way to continue making my rinse. Just thought I would through it out here. I can't recall Heather or Panterra ever writing anything about Apple Pectin. Good chance that I am wrong as it seems those two have tried everything under the sun. Thanks everyone and I hope you can see that it's beautiful wherever you are. Jah Bless


updated by @Cameron Zion: 01/13/15 09:11:33PM
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