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Tea Tree Oil 10ml

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  • Tea tree oil is applied to the skin (used topically) for infections such as acne, fungal infections of the nail (onychomycosis), lice, scabies, athletes foot (tinea pedis) and ringworm. It is also used topically as a local antiseptic for cuts and abrasions, burns, insect bites and stings, boils, recurrent herpes labialis, infections of the mouth and nose, sore throats and ear infections.

  • Tea tree oil is derived from the leaves of the tea tree. The tea tree was named by eighteenth century sailors, who made tea that smelled like nutmeg from the leaves of the tree growing on the swampy south-east Australian coast. Do not confuse the tea tree with the unrelated common tea plant that is used to make black and green teas.

    Tea tree oil is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when put on the skin, but it can cause skin irritation and swelling. In people with acne, it can sometimes cause skin dryness, itching, stinging, burning, and redness.

    Applying products to the skin that contain tea tree oil along with lavender oil might not be safe for young boys who have not yet reached puberty. These products might have hormone effects that could disrupt the normal hormones in a boy's body. In some cases, this has resulted in boys developing abnormal breast growth called gynecomastia. The safety of these products when used by young girls is not known.

    Tea tree oil is LIKELY UNSAFE when taken by mouth. Don't take tea tree oil by mouth. As a general rule never take undiluted essential oils by mouth due to the possibility of serious side effects. Taking tree tea oil by mouth has caused confusion, inability to walk, unsteadiness, rash, and coma.

  • Some people may be allergic to tea tree oil. Doing a skin patch test will help you determine whether or not you are allergic to tea tree oil.

    Combine three drops of tea tree oil with ½ to 1 teaspoon of a carrier oil. This carrier oil Argan oil, Castor Oil, Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil.

    Place a few drops of the diluted oil onto the inside of your elbow and cover the area with a band aide. Leave the band aide on for 24 to 48 hours. Remove the band aide after 24 to 48 hours. If you don't notice any irritation, you probably are not allergic to tea tree oil and can use it on your skin.

    Treatment of skin diseases: abrasions, acne, scabies, herpes and allergies.

    MAKE A TEA TREE OIL BUG SPRAY

    Combine 4 ounces (118.29 millilitres) of distilled water, 3 ounces (88.7206 millilitres) of witch hazel, and 30 drops of tea tree oil in a glass spray bottle. Shake the bottle before using the spray. You can add ½ teaspoon of vegetable glycerine to help the ingredients mix better.

    Tea tree oil is effective in almost all respiratory diseases: bronchitis, flu, sore throat.

    Pour water into a large pot and bring it to a boil. Remove the pot from the heat and add 2 to 3 drops of tea tree oil to the water. Drape a towel over your head, similar to a tent, and lean over the pot. Be careful not to get too close to the steam to prevent burns.

    Inhale the steam for about 5 to 10 minutes every night before bed. Repeat this process until symptoms are gone. If symptoms persist for 5 days or more, consult your doctor.

    Inhibits the growth of bacteria such as staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, gonococci, Escherichia coli.

    You can also create a tea tree oil foot soak. Fill a small tub with warm water. Add some Epsom salts, one drop of tea tree oil, and one drop of lavender oil. Let your toes soak in the water for a few minutes.

    Combine five to six drops of tea tree oil with one tablespoon of coconut oil. Use this on skin infections but avoid using it in sensitive areas, such as the genitals.

  • PREGNANCY AND BREAST-FEEDING

    Tea tree oil is POSSIBLY SAFE when applied to the skin. However, it is LIKELY UNSAFE if taken by mouth. Ingestion of tea tree oil can be toxic and cause slight nerve damage if used consistantly on the skin.

    Supplements Purported to Speed Healing

    The following advice is not meant to replace ongoing visits to medical doctors. This is a critical time to maintain a healthy relationship with a holistic doctor who will design a protocol to address your personal sensitivities and individual needs. Please- Also, note that I’m not a doctor. I’m a natural remedies pest control specialist who has consulted with thousands of parasite victims at various stages of their illness.

    Colloidal Silver (Perhaps the single most popular natural remedy in the Morgellons community. Nutra Silver is the brand of choice among Morgellons victims, as it is said to be 30 times stronger than other brands. Colloidal silver must not be taken with other supplements unless directed by a doctor.)

    A Natural antibiotic/ parasite cleanse -

    Easy to make and mix in a dish

    Horseradish sauce 1 teaspoon with Garlic paste 1 teaspoon Ginger paste 1 teaspoon and Chilli paste 1 teaspoon add to this

    Mix with 2 tablespoons of Mauka Honey or any good natural honey and stir all together.( Cayenne Pepper is good too, just a pinch if you think you can tolerate it).

    NOTE: Garlic thins the blood check your meds and with your doctor first if you have health issues of this kind.

    Keep this hot and sweet mix can be kept in the fridge covered over and to use as a natural medicine daily.

    Take 1 LEVEL teaspoon morning noon and night. Make fresh every few days. Now check how you feel, either carry on or wait a few days and try again. EXPECT to experience die off effects such as flu symptoms as this potent mix forces parasites from within the body out and changes your body odour.

    Grapefruit Seed Extract (A hugely popular supplement in the Morgellons community.)

    Mega Doses of Vitamin C (This standard protocol for cancer is also popular in the Morgellons community.)

    Turmeric (Equally effective in the form of a pill.)

    Raw Garlic (Said to be much less effective in pill form.)

    Wormwood (One of the most standard, old-school recommendations for the killing of parasites.)

    Black Walnut (Also one of the most standard, old-school recommendations for the killing of parasites.)

    Oregano Oil Pills (Must be taken with food, as they are quite powerful.)Best quality from www.natureswayhyde.co.uk

    Resveratrol Pills (A great way to swallow the antioxidant powers of wine without all the yeast and sugar.)

    Organic Skin Healing Substances:

    Cannabis Cream:

    Manuka Honey: Another wildly popular treatment for skin lesions

    Manuka honey is significantly stronger than other types of commercial honey because the manuka tree contains very high levels of an antibacterial compound called methylglyoxal (MGO). Be sure to choose a brand with a lab certified rating of 15+ UMF or higher. Beware that honey can cause serious reactions in people who are allergic to bees or pollen. If you’ve always been able to eat commercial honey as a topping, there should be little reason to worry.

    Oregano Oil:

    Highly regarded as a scabies treatment, oregano oil is too strong for direct application to skin. Holistic doctors generally recommend mixing it with a carrier agent such as Argan oil can be found www.natureswayhyde.co.uk.

    Thieves Oil:

    This powerful oil is a combination of Clove, Lemon, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus Radiata and Rosemary essential oils. You can buy a prepackaged formulation or make it yourself. Plenty of recipes are available on natural health forums. Again, remember that essential oils should not be applied full strength to skin. Mix them with a carrier oil such as Castor oil or Argan oil.

    Other Essential Oils:

    The most popular essential oils associated with killing bacteria and fungus are Tea Tree Oil, Cedar Oil, Peppermint Oil, Thyme Oil and Eucalyptus Oil. It comes as no surprise that all of these oils are used in various over-the-counter medications, including mouth washes, vapor rubs, acne products and arthritis treatments.

    Bentonite Clay:

    Bentonite clay is often used in salons for skin detoxification. It is said to draw bacteria and other harmful microbes out of the skin. I once spoke to a woman with horrific complexion problems due to parasites that could often be felt moving under her skin. She was particularly concerned about a cluster of parasites near the corner of her mouth. When several chemical prescriptions and organic treatments failed her, she turned to a daily regime involving bentonite clay and cedar oil. Within weeks, her complexion returned to a healthy state, and she was able to go out in public without feeling dreadfully insecure.

    Coconut Oil:

    There’s a running joke that natural healing enthusiasts throw coconut oil at every illness coming down the pike and expect it to work miracles that doctors can’t achieve with their prescription pads. On the positive side, coconut oil is powerful enough to heal chronic bacterial and fungal infections of the skin. I would love to report that great numbers of parasite callers have experienced success using coconut oil alone, but it is not quite the miracle cure for unexplained dermopathy involving parasites.

    Castor Oil:

    Castor oil is said to be particularly effective against parasite eggs, but there are no formal studies to back up this assertion. Still, it’s an amazing treatment for Demodex mites that congregate along eyelashes. Coconut oil tends to melt very quickly and drip down into the eyes, causing a film that’s more annoying than harmful. When applied along the lash line with a Q-tip, castor oil stays in place all day long. No wonder it’s a wildly popular organic remedy for eyelash growth! Also, Castor Oil is good for the hair and skin and less smell too. It is very Safe to use all over the body and in your private areas.