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Hair Gone Wild! Recipes & Remedies for Natural Tresses (Herbs Gone Wild! Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Diane Kidman studied herbalism with the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and continues to study through real-life practice. Her focus is on teaching others to incorporate herbalism into their everyday lives, while living a more natural and chemical-free life. She is often found picking and ingesting all manner of weeds and leaves.

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  • File Size: 175 KB
  • Print Length: 106 pages
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  • Publisher: carp(e) libris press (January 3, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 3, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007JYFF50
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Diane Kidman studied herbalism with the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and continues to study through real-life practice. Her focus is on teaching others to incorporate herbalism into their everyday lives, while living a more natural and chemical-free life. She is often found picking and ingesting all manner of weeds and leaves.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Lauren on September 8, 2012
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When I first read this, and got to the "no poo" part, I was very skeptical. VERY. My hair is VERY thick(and long, so there's LOTS of it), a little course, and it has gotten more and more curly (as well as slightly dryer/frizzier) as I've gotten older - but would still get oily close to my scalp if I went more than a day between shampoos. And I have NEVER been able to get a comb or brush through my hair if I didn't use a generous amount of conditioner, humectant, and sometimes an additional leave-in conditioner/de-tangler/de-frizzer... and all that stuff really adds up, price-wise! (I am wife/mom in family of 4, and always on a fairly tight budget)

But, I decided to give it a try. I work at home, so the only people I could really gross out are my family, and they're probably too busy to notice anyway, so I figured it wouldn't hurt to try, as long as I didn't have anything coming up where I'd have to be in public. LOL!

SO, I've been using the Tbsp. of baking soda (mixed with water) for washing scalp/hair, and a Tbsp. of apple cider vinegar (mixed with 1 cup water) as a rinse (instead of conditioner) and have been AMAZED at the results! The very first time I did it, I could tell the difference in my hair - it was so much lighter, and cleaner feeling - no waxy/oily junk coating it, making it heavy. It dried MUCH quicker, was SO much easier to comb out after my shower, and is softer than it has EVER been - and shinier too! I bet the companies that make shampoo, conditioner, etc. etc. etc. don't want anyone knowing about this fabulous secret! (But I'm telling everyone I know! LOL!) I can also let 2 days go by between washing my hair, even 3 if I want to - it stays much cleaner and less oily than it did when I used regular shampoos/conditioners.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 8, 2012
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I've got Diane Kidman's previous two e-books on herbs and I'm so happy to have this one! In my quest to reduce harmful chemicals and unnecessary ingredients from our house, her first two books have been invaluable! The moisturizer recipe from 'Beauty Gone Wild' is now my go-to product, and so affordable to make! As with the first two books, this is great info well presented. It's easy to follow, using accessible ingredients. And always: a fun read with lots of chuckles! Highly recommend all three, and can hardly wait for the next!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sara on March 25, 2012
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After I downloaded this book I sat down at the kitchen table and read it in only a couple of hours and looooved it!!! It's easy to understand and dummies like me don't have to read and reread and rereread and rerereread and rererereread it:) The recipes aren't just outrageously elaborate which is what I need cause I'm not exactly a big money maker so a lot of the stuff is on hand or easily accessible!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Linda Carlin on May 31, 2012
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I found this book quite by accident. I read it over and over for a few days until I made the decision to try the 'no poo' method. I was skeptical, yes my hair is 'special.' I am (was) a hair product snob as well as addict. NOW, I am a 'no poo' believer and I tell everyone about it. My routine varies depending on my hair needs and I am still experimenting. I have very long, thick curly hair and I spent a lot of time and money on it. I have given everything away and I feel free! I really need to add up my projected savings and buy myself something nice with it. Thank you so much for a helpful and interesting book, I loaned it one friend and since she has seen my results, she is anxious to get started. My next step is to try cassia. PS - The time I have saved is priceless.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Breeze on July 2, 2012
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My hair has always been tempremental, and my skin and scalp are extremely sensitive and tend to freak out at random things, so when I read this book, I was excited about a natural way to work with my hair! Unfortunately, while the book is a great resource fo hair treatments, it would benefit from adding a bit more about starting no poo. I have hard water, which when combined with baking soda forms build up on the scalp and will not even begin to clean the hair... so the first time I went no poo after reading this book, I ended up with horribly greasy hair, totally bewildered as there was nothing in the book about it. I'm now about a week into my second attempt at no poo, after reading everything i could get my hands on, and my hair is clean! I'm using 1tbs BS to 1 cup water and the same ratio for ACV to water, washing w/ BS and ACV every other day, brushing well with a boar bristle brush every eveninng (which brings the natural oils down off of your scalp, spreading to the tips of your hair and conditioning it) and brushing in cocoa powder and corstarch to soak up excess oil. I do use the rosemary tea rinse occasionally, but have found that it doesn't work as well. Bottom line: this book is an amazing resource for natural hair treatments, but if you decide to go no poo because of it, read up on it first on the blogs, they'll give you a more rounded view, and will have lots of different aproaches so that you can find the one that works the best for your own unique hair!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Sipe on April 17, 2012
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This is the third of Diane Kidman's books that I have read. I thoroughly enjoy her humorous style of writing but I must say that Hair Gone Wild really tickled my funny bone. I found myself laughing out loud at her puns and wit. I have always enjoyed growing and using herbs in cooking but at each turn of the page I was promising myself to try the next suggestion that Diane had for me and my tresses. They seem easy enough and mostly use what I already have in my cupboard.
I must admit to be thrifty these days; throwing out my bottle of shampoo before it is finished is not in my genetic makeup. But as soon as the last drop falls from my bottle I am going to do a "no poo" test. Wikipedia describes no poo this way: "No poo"[1] (no shampoo) is a collective term for methods of washing hair without commercial shampoo." The idea of no poo has been around for a number of years, and although Diane Kidman did not invent the idea, she sure seems to have a strong handle on how use it.
I plan to keep my copy of Hair Gone Wild close at hand, because I will be referring to it often for other hair recipes. A whole new world has just been opened up for me. Thanks Diane! I can't wait to see what you come up with next!
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