The purpose of the society was to look after their interest and welfare, to promote charitable activities and mutual assistance among themselves, and to act as arbitrator in the settlement of their disputes.
However, with newly discovered information about other options in hand, I decided to branch out and experiment.
First, I tried shea butter, which Nikki seemed to love.
But, after a couple more uses of VCO without an ACV rinse, I decided that it definitely did not seem to keep my hair feeling soft and moisturized.
Therefore, I was still in search of a good sealant and eventually came across this post on Curly Nikki entitled, Battle of Castor Oils.
The short of it was that the writer was comparing castor oils for use on her scalp as she’d suffered with eczema for years. After doing a little more research, I decided to venture into the world of JBCO. Though I didn’t have any scalp issues, I had read that it could promote thickening of the hair at the roots and growth, both things that I desired (there was a JBCO Edges Re-Growth Challenge running on the CN Forums at the time).
I also wanted to try it on my hair to seal as I’d had less then stellar results with shea butter and coconut oil.
Jamaican Chinese are greatly admired for being hardworking, diligent and courteous.
They have added another dimension to the plurality of the cultural heritage of The word "Christmas" is derived from the Old English phase Crites Masse, which means "The Festival Mass of Christ." According to written records the observance has been fixed to December 25 from as early as AD 336.
So, around July of last year, I found the Tropic Isle Living JBCO (.99 for 4 oz.) at a BSS that caters to a Black clientele.