A Video Of A Kid Using Camel Urine While Speaking Of Its Benefits Is Making Rounds On Social Media
Do NOT try this at home.
A peculiar video has been retweeted by Imam based in Washington DC on Twitter on Wednesday and has since received more than 20,000 views. The video shows a young Saudi boy recording himself making use of a camel's urine as a sort-of 'hair treatment'.
In the video, he says that one of camel urine's benefits is to 'remove dandruff and keep the hair silky'
Saudi Arabian says “Camel urine removes dandruff from the hair and makes it silky.” pic.twitter.com/1PtQcYYllP— Imam Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) June 7, 2018
Naturally, people's reactions on Twitter contained of surprise
...and lots of confusion.
How the heck did they find that out?— Ann jones (@Annjones38) June 7, 2018
But some took time to listen to the mentioned benefits
Arabs have long used camel urine as a medicine. It"s well documented.— MuhtodJavab (@Muhtod_Javab) June 7, 2018
Others weren't susceptible to the idea
Not even one bit
Ah hell no.— OldSchoolCoug (@OldSchoolCoug) June 7, 2018
While the chill ones suggested various other options
I’ll stick to Argan oil thanks.— Robin (@RobinozNT) June 7, 2018
I'll stick with Head and Shoulders, thanks.— Derek B. (D.B.) Cooper (@dbcoopercalgary) June 7, 2018
Then there's the unaffected Tweeps
Just in awe of the newfound information shared.
V shd never underestimate folk medicines. medical science is invented by ordinary ppl not scientists or doctors. If a doctor would say this you'd readily believe him. Why prejudiced against common ppl?— DrPS (@DrPS51) June 7, 2018
Good to know.— Toney Brooks Media (@ToneyBrooks) June 7, 2018