Lice

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Last Updated: 05 May 2022
activity of tea tree oil and nerolidol alone or in combination against pediculus capitis (head lice) and its eggs. "activity of tea tree oil and nerolidol alone or in combination against pediculus capitis (head lice) and its eggs.", by Di Campli E, Di Bartolomeo S, Delli Pizzi P, Di Giulio M, Grande R, Nostro A, Cellini L. Fig1: Head lice and louse eggs detection. (a) Collection of lice by combing from infested head. (b) Basket for lice. (c) Viable louse egg attached to the hair. (d) Lice and louse eggs treated for...

Lice are little, wingless parasites that feed on blood. Head lice infect the hair and scalp. You can get head lice if you share pillows, brushes, hats, or other products that have touched the head of somebody with lice. Occasionally, lice contaminate the hair in the groin area. Such pubic lice are most typically sexually sent. Lice symptoms consist of small red bumps on the head, shoulders, neck, or pubic area; constant irritation; and oval-shaped white or clear specks that stick to the hair.

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