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Yucca Root Shampoo 'soap weed' wilderneess survival

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Uploaded on Jun 8, 2009

shampoo &soap bar, "The yucca root soap was fantastic for my skin AND hair' ...Needle and Thread, Yucca Hand Drill Spindles. Our hand drill fire spindles are top quality wood yucca that allows for the most consistent and fast hand drill fire making. It has long tough fibers which make it an ideal cordage, Making Yucca baskets with the leave's.Native American wilderness survival , You can go here to learn how put them together..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3yGQ9... I cut small pieces for bar's of soap, for shampoo Peel off the brown outside layer of the root until the clean white root inside is exposed,


Chop the white root into small pieces and put the pieces into a blender. Mix until the root has become pulp and has changed from a white color to pale amber color.


Spread out the pulverized root onto a clean surface and let it set in the sun to dry out. Let it dry out until all the moisture has evaporated from the root and it no longer feels sticky.

string it


and squeeze it to dispense the lather and you can ad water to it use it to wash your hair, Camping tips.

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