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Do you massage your head with coconut oil?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 17, 2012 at 4:36 AM

Why does it feel so good? If I feel unusually good and relaxed when I do it, does that mean there is something internally that isn't working well? What would it be?

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My God, people think this is a good answer? The closed mindedness and lack of curiosity of many here is appalling. Thanks for the answer though, it's an interesting comment, it just doesn't qualify as a good answer.

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at 02:23 PM

My God, people think this a good answer? The closed mindedness and lack of curiosity of many here is appalling.

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at 01:11 PM

There's actually a huge difference. The good feeling stays like an hour after I'm done with the massage.

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on September 17, 2012
at 01:11 PM

It's actually a huge difference. The good feeling stays like an hour after I'm done with the massage.

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on September 17, 2012
at 05:57 AM

Does everyone need an explanation/rationalisation for everything? Does everything have to have a reason? (Yes I'm am thinking in a postmodern 'incredulous' way at the moment...

(Sorry if you're offended, not directed at you per se).

To say something that may be mildy an 'answer' to your question, perhaps massage relaxes muscles etc, or the oil is moisturising your skin. Or for whatever reason you pleasure in it in a way that's analagous to someone liking the scent a flower.

These just guesses, I don't know! :)

C250cd5da05ca54ad3133630ff614573

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on September 17, 2012
at 02:23 PM

My God, people think this a good answer? The closed mindedness and lack of curiosity of many here is appalling.

C250cd5da05ca54ad3133630ff614573

(175)

on September 17, 2012
at 02:25 PM

My God, people think this is a good answer? The closed mindedness and lack of curiosity of many here is appalling. Thanks for the answer though, it's an interesting comment, it just doesn't qualify as a good answer.

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on September 17, 2012
at 12:32 PM

I would be willing to bet that you would get the same feeling by massaging your scalp without the coconut oil. It's a very relaxing activity.

C250cd5da05ca54ad3133630ff614573

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on September 17, 2012
at 01:11 PM

There's actually a huge difference. The good feeling stays like an hour after I'm done with the massage.

C250cd5da05ca54ad3133630ff614573

(175)

on September 17, 2012
at 01:11 PM

It's actually a huge difference. The good feeling stays like an hour after I'm done with the massage.

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on September 17, 2012
at 04:52 PM

It seems a far stretch to jump to the conclusion that something inside you isn't working well just because something feels great. Instead, I'd conclude that it was just one damn good massage. . .

A good scalp massage feels fantastic no matter what, and coconut oil is the king of all moisturizing oils - with a fabulous aromatic scent (scent therapy), strong anti-biotic action, lasting moisture. No wonder you feel good!

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on September 17, 2012
at 06:23 AM

Can't say I've gone that route, coconut oil is a little spendy to use for my scalp massages. I have used olive oil on my skin though, I guess that's kinda in the same ballpark.

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