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80 Uses of Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is a concentrated plant oil from the leaves of a tree native to Australian coastal areas.

WARNINGS: Tea tree oil should not be swallowed.Avoid tea tree oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep tea tree oil out of the reach of children and pets.

Abrasions & Minor Cuts: After cleaning the area well, apply a few drops of the oil directly. If a bandage is needed, allow a few drops of the oil to penetrate a cotton ball, then lay it face down on the wound with a bandage on top.

Acne: Add a drop to your normal cleansing routine or dab a very small amount on acne breakouts. You can also add 20 – 40 drops of the oil to your regular face wash.

Air Freshener: Keep a supply of cotton balls soaked in tea tree oil packed away in a plastic bag or tin. When confronted with foul smells from cooking, musty orders from dampness or even the medicinal smell in a sick room, take a few out the freshen the air and remove the nasty smell.

Allergies: Use topically by massaging into the chest, abdomen or the reflex points of the feet.

Arthritis: To help reduce pain associated with the swelling of arthritis, add 20 drops of tea tree oil to 2 ounces of grapeseed or other carrier oil. Massage into affected area 2-3 times a day.

Asthma: Add a few drops of oil to a pan of water and heat on stove. When cooling, drape a towel over head and breath in for a few minutes.

Athletes Foot: Clean feet thoroughly, especially between toes. Add oil directly to feet every two weeks, dusting with corn starch after. Or add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp of grapeseed or other carrier oil and massage on feet and between toes daily.

Baby Care: Keep your diaper pail clean and fresh with a spray of tea tree oil mixed with water.

Bacterial Infections: Use topically, either massaging into the reflex points of the feet, adding several drops to a bath or cautiously applying over an infected site.

Bad Breath: Rinse with 1 ounce water and 1 drop oil. Do not swallow!

Bladder Infection: In a shallow bath, add 10 – 15 drops of oil. Sit and wash area carefully.

Blisters: Wash area carefully, then apply as for cuts and wounds.
Boils: Apply a warm washcloth for a few minutes. Then apply a drop or two of oil to the area – the infection should rise to surface and eventually be released.
Bronchial Congestion: Use as directed for Asthma. Add 5 – 10 drops to 1 ounce of carrier oil, and massage into chest and throat 2 – 3 times daily.

Bronchitis: Add 1-2 drops to a pan of hot water and breath in the steam, or massage the oil over the chest.

Bruises: After icing, apply oil as directed for Arthritis.

Bunions: Massage area with 5 drops oil to 1 tbsp. of carrier oil.

Burns: Run icy cold water on area. After a few minutes, add a mix of 5 drops oil with 1 tsp. raw honey. Repeat 3 – 5 times daily.

Calluses & Corns: Massage area with 5 drops oil to 1 tbsp. of carrier oil. Repeat 2 times daily. Once the corn or calluses have become soft use tweezers to remove, and apply a few drops of tea tree oil and cover with bandage.

Canker Sores: Apply a drop or two of oil directly to infected area with a cotton swab, 2 times daily. Also, rinse as directed for bad breath.

Carbuncles: Add a drop or two of oil to cotton swab and apply directly to carbuncle. Repeat twice daily.

Chapped Lips: Add 1 or 2 drops of oil to lip balm. Apply to lips as necessary.

Chicken Pox: Apply a drop of oil directly to blisters. Allow to dry, then dust with corn starch. Repeat every few hours or until blisters disappear.

Chigger Bites: Apply a drop of oil directly to bites.

Cold Sores: Apply a drop or two of oil directly to the sore with a cotton swab. Re-apply 2 – 3 times daily.

Coughs: Use as directed for bronchial infections. For a vaporizer, add 10 drops to steamer and leave on 5 – 10 minutes.

Dandruff: Add 20 – 30 drops oil to any shampoo. Apply a few drops to scalp and massage after washing.

Dermatitis: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp of grapeseed or other oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily.

Dry Skin: Add 5 drops oil to 1 tbsp sweet almond oil. Massage into skin.

Earache and Infection: Add 2 – 3 drops of oil to 2 tbsp warm olive oil. With a dropper, drop a small amount into aching ear, tilting head to one side for a moment. Use cotton swab to absorb oil. Repeat 2 – 3 times daily.

Eczema: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp grapeseed oil or coconut oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily. Also can be applied undiluted.

Emphysema: Use as directed for bronchial infections. For a vaporizer, add 10 drops to steamer and leave on 5 – 10 minutes.

Flea Bites: Apply a drop of oil directly to bites.

Gout: Add 10 drops of oil to 2 tbsp of carrier oil; massage into affected area 2-3 times a day.

Gum Disease: Create a mouthwash with purified water, 1 drop of peppermint and 1 drop of tea tree oil.

Head Lice: Add 20 drops of oil to 2 tbsp shampoo. Massage into scalp and hair, leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse. Repeat 3 – 4 times daily, until eggs are gone.

Hives: Add 10 drops of oil to 4 tbsp of witch hazel. Apply with cotton ball. Or, mix with coconut oil (which is naturally healing and soothing itself) and gently apply to the infected areas.

Homemade Mouthwash: Make a simple homemade mouthwash with purified water and tea tree oil.

Household Cleaning: Can be used aromatically or added to homemade cleaners to kill germs and prevent the spread of colds and flus. You can make a general tea tree cleaner by combining 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil with 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Shake to blend and use for household cleaning tasks. This is especially good in the bathroom and in toilets.

Immune System: To stimulate the immune system, diffuse through the air on a regular basis, massage into the soles of the feet to increase your immune response.

Infected Wounds: Adding the oil to steaming water, hold the infected area over the steam. Or dilute 1 drop of tea tree with 1 cup of water and rinse the infected area 1-2 times a day, as needed.

Inflammation: Massage over the inflamed areas, gently and always toward the heart, or diffuse and inhale the tea tree oil directly or indirectly.

Ingrown Hairs: Add 1 – 2 drops of oil directly to area. Repeat every 2 hours or until signs of infection disappear.

Insect Repellant: Add 15 drops to a quart of water and use as an effective insect repellent.

Jock Itch: Apply 10 – 15 drops of oil to 2 tbsp of carrier oil. Apply 2 times daily. Dust with corn starch, to reduce chapping.

Laryngitis: Add 5 – 10 drops of oil and pinch of sea salt to 1 cup of warm water, gargle 2-3 times a day. Do not swallow!

Laundry Helper: Add 1/2 teaspoon tea tree oil to your laundry for towels and other fabric prone to getting moldy.

Mildew and Mold Remover: Spray an all-purpose cleaner made with 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil and 2 cups of water on growing mold and mildew. Shake well before using and do not rinse.

Mosquito Bites: Apply a drop of oil directly to bites.

Muscle Aches and Pains: Add 10-15 drops of oil to half cup Epsom salts, and dissolve in bath. Add 10 drops of oil to 2 tbsp of carrier oil. Massage well.

Mumps: Massage over the body and into the feet, and diffuse through the home.

Nail Fungus: Add 1 – 2 drops of oil directly to nail and the surrounding tissue. Allow to dry completely on hands before touching anything. Repeat morning and night for a week.

Pest Control: Household ants and other pests dislike Tea Tree Oil, so a few drops put at the point of entry will deter them. Wipe cupboards out with an oil and water solution to keep ants away.

Plantar Warts: Apply oil undiluted to affected area 2-3 times daily.

Psoriasis: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp carrier oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily. Also can be applied undiluted.

Rashes: Mix with coconut oil and massage over the affected areas.

Rheumatism: To help reduce pain associated with rheumatism, add 20 drops of tea tree oil to 2 ounces of carrier oil. Massage into affected are 2-3 times a day.

Ringworm: Apply a drop or two of oil undiluted, repeat 2 times daily. Can also mix 1 drop of tea tree oil with 1 drop of lavender oil for added benefit.

Rubella: Dilute as needed and massage into the affected areas.

Scabies: Apply 1 – 2 drops of oil directly to area in the morning and at night.

Sciatica: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp carrier oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily. Also can be applied undiluted.

Seborrhea: For skin: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp of carrier oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily. For scalp: Add 10 drops of oil to 2 tbsp shampoo. Massage into scalp and hair, leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse. Repeat 3 – 4 times daily. Bath: Add 10-15 drops of oil to bath.

Shingles: Add 10-15 drops of oil to half cup Epsom salts, and dissolve in bath. Add 10 drops of oil to 2 tbsp of grapeseed oil or coconut oil and massage well.

Shock: Massage tea tree oil into the soles of the feet as needed.

Sinusitis: Use as directed for bronchial infections. For a vaporizer, add 10 drops to steamer and leave on 5 – 10 minutes. Also add 2 drops to a neti pot.

Sore muscles: Fill your bathtub with warm water. Add a few drops of tea tree oil to the water to relax tight muscles.

Sore Throat: Add 2 drops of oil to 1 cup of warm water with pinch of sea salt, gargle 2-3 times a day. Do not swallow!

Staph Infection: Best used topically, rubbed into the soles of the feet to increase the immune response and fight infection.

Stye: Add 5 drops oil to a pan of steaming water. Drape towel overhead and steam 5 minutes. Apply warm compresses directly to stye.

Sunburn: Mix 1 TB coconut oil with 1 drop of tea tree and 1 drop of lavender and gently apply to to sunburned areas.

Tattoos: Apply after tattoos to avoid infection. Use undiluted, diluted with coconut oil or as a spray with purified water.

Thrush: Gargle with sea salt, warm water and 1 drop of tea tree.

Ticks: Apply a drop or two directly to the tick and the surrounding area.

Toenail fungus: Rub the tea tree oil directly onto the affected toenail and underneath the tip of the nail. Apply 1 to 2 drops of tea tree oil. Apply the oil once a day, preferably at bedtime.

Toothbrush Cleaner: Apply oil directly to toothbrush 1-2 times a week to kill bacteria.

Tonsillitis: Inhale from steaming water with tea tree, gargle, and massage into neck and soles of feet.

Vaginal Infection: Add several drops to the bath water.

Viral Infections: Diffuse tea tree oil throughout the home or inhale from steaming water.

Warts and Skin Tags: Apply undiluted directly to wart. Use morning and night, until wart/skin tag fall off. Dilute if necessary for sensitive skin.

Wounds: Soak wounded area in water with tea tree oil, or spritz from a bottle of water with several drops of oil. Depending on the wound and your own sensitivity you may be able to apply directly.

WARNINGS: Tea tree oil should not be swallowed.Avoid tea tree oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep tea tree oil out of the reach of children and pets.

Allergies Got You Down? Try These Excellent Tips

Perhaps you are one of the many millions of people around the world who suffer from allergies. Don’t you think you would have an easier time of it if you didn’t have to worry about congestion, sneezing, and sniffing? Are you at the point where you are about to give up on your quest to defeat your allergies? If you have answered in the affirmative to any of these questions, then this piece can give you some of the answers that you seek.

If you have to test an over the counter antihistamine, test it at home. Most of these contain ingredients that could impair your reflexes and even make you drowsy. Make sure you stay inside when you first take your medications so you know how they affect you.

Reactions to certain allergens can happen at different times in life. Babies are often fed certain types of foods that do not trouble them with allergies, which can result in other types of allergies later on. As a child grows up, he continues to be exposed to new foods, and may also pick up pollen allergies once he starts spending more time playing outdoors. Just because your child has not shown an allergic reaction to airborne particles before doesn’t mean she or he hasn’t developed a legitimate allergy.

People are susceptible to specific allergens during different times of their lives. For example, young children are more prone to food allergies because they are just being exposed to new foods. As they get older, they get even more exposure to allergens and that can even develop into pollen allergies. If you see your children displaying allergy symptoms in response to sports or pollen, don’t assume they couldn’t be a real allergic reaction just because they haven’t shown signs of non-food allergies in the past.

Bathrooms should be ventilated to reduce mold and mildew. Mold and mildew like warm and damp areas. Air out towels well immediately after use. If you use a sponge or cloth in the shower, air them out well, and launder them often. If your bathroom does not contain a fan, open a window to let cold air in.

Although skin tests can be helpful for identifying potential allergens, they can not predict the severity of a person’s allergic reaction to an allergen. For example, the test may show that you have an allergic reaction to mold. But judging what type of reaction you would have to this spore is nearly impossible. You may only experience relatively mild symptoms, while you may end up suffering a severe reaction.

While allergic reactions serve a practical purpose in your body, they are nonetheless highly uncomfortable and annoying. If one does not understand the cause of allergies, it is easy to suffer in silence.

The more you understand about allergies and what causes them, the better prepared you are to avoid or reduce the discomfort of your symptoms.

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Almond Oil For Nappy Rash Is Becoming The Standard Treatment

A lot of mothers of newborn babies are using almond oil for nappy rash because many moms like the idea of applying organic ointments to their baby’s posterior rather than chemical based salves. Many moms believe that chemical based products can cause a reaction whereas natural based ointments are less likely to cause skin problems. Diaper rash is common in newborns and many moms are having success treating this form of dermatitis with organic creams and salves.

The baby’s skin is soft, delicate, and very sensitive. The baby’s sensitive skin can be adversely affected by chemical soaps, wipes, or lotions. If a chemical lotion is used to treat the diaper based dermatitis, the chemical product could make the dermatitis worse. Chemical products are not inexpensive. But, organic ointments can be cost effective and in some cases work better than chemical preparations.

A lot of mothers believe that natural baby skin salves are better for their child than chemical compounds, and believe that the natural occurring salves are better absorbed than the chemical salves. Diaper dermatitis is caused when excrement and urine become trapped between the baby’s skin and the wet diaper. If the wet diaper is left in contact with a baby’s skin long enough bacteria will develop and dermatitis will ensue.

Dermatitis around the baby’s diaper area can be prevented by keeping the child’s bottom dry. Change the diaper as soon as the baby wets. Allow the child’s posterior to air out before apply a fresh diaper. Allowing the area to air out can reduce bacteria growth.

The sign of diaper dermatitis is redness and bumps on the child’s posterior. It is important to keep the child dry because this will lessen the chances of diaper dermatitis from forming. But, as most moms know, it is not always easy to keep the child dry every moment of the day so diaper dermatitis is always a concern.

Harsh detergents, chemical lotions, and such items as baby wipes can hasten skin problems in the newborn. Dermatitis can be brought on by food allergies. Yeast infection can cause diaper dermatitis.

A lot of mothers choose to use almond oil for nappy rash instead of using chemical based salves. Keeping diapers changed is one way to effectively prevent diaper dermatitis. But, even the most prudent mom cannot keep her baby dry at all times. When dermatitis develops consider using organic based salves to provide relief and hasten healing.

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Normal Allergy Relief Is the Best Treatment

People have been suffering from a variety of allergies for the longest time by now, and they all desire relief from what ails them. There have been many prescription drugs available for allergy sufferers, but natural allergy relief has not been far behind either. If you happen to be person who suffers from allergic reactions during certain times of the year, rest assured that you can find medicines for what you are suffering from.

You may have heard of natural allergy relief before, but perhaps you haven’t really tried it. In any case, since doctors and prescriptions cost more and more as time goes by, you may really be ready for some sensible alternatives. Begin to do some searching for the products out there that come under the rubric of the natural.

Natural allergy relief can bring two different consequences in its wake: it can lessen symptoms you already suffer from, or it can stop new ones in their tracks. In the first case, find the sort of product that can help you to control a problem. In the second case, find what may actually keep the problem from showing up to begin with. Allergies don’t discriminate against anyone, but there are still people who only suffer from them outdoors, while some others may have allergic reactions inside their own homes. Regardless of your own specific situation, if you have the right remedy in your possession when you need it, you should have it on hand.

Do also reflect on the fact that the weather with its changing seasons is not the only cause of allergic reactions. Dander from pets may be an issue as well as dust in your home. Once again, it doesn’t actually matter what the source of your allergies may be, the fact is that the right medicine is probably available to you for precisely the kind of allergy that you may be suffering from.

Natural allergy relief can be at your service to allow you to get back to the joy of living. If allergies have ever pestered you enough to keep you doing the things you need or want to do, find the correct kinds of remedies and see if you can turn the clock back to more normal times.

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But the disease itself if left untreated can be highly dangerous and even deadly. Asthmatics know that consistent and proactive attention to their disease can mean enormous strides in asthma relief.

As a matter of fact, this pathology finds excellent treatment in homeopathy, without any side effects.Before you finish reading this article, you will find out how you too can get asthma relief at home.But before we get there, let’s discuss a bit more about asthma symptoms and its standard treatment.

The said disease is characterized by inflammation of the air passages. Once a person is exposed to its triggers that affect him or her, the air passages will become inflamed and constricted. Different triggers can affect every person. These triggers can be dust, pollen, exercise, tobacco smoke, and others.

The medication that provides asthma relief simply stops the swelling of the airways and allows it to open so that normal breathing can commence. Short-acting medication is used as a reaction to an asthma attack stopping airway constriction.

Long-acting medication is normally taken on a daily basis and is used to prevent asthma attacks rather than dealing with an asthma attack that has already begun.

In fact, Dramatic Asthma Relief disclosed a report about effective alternative treatment for asthma and allergies. Let’s dig in what these asthma remedies are and how they work.

To relax the bronchial tubes, bronchodilators are used as a relief. Bronchodilators are further classified into short-acting and long-acting bronchodilators. For quick relief, short-acting bronchodilators are prescribed.

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These devices are hand-held portable and are exactly designed to deliver medication in mist form. In fact, research has shown that while oral medications can be helpful, mist applications are indeed particularly effective in delivering medication and fast relief directly to the lungs.

Xolair is also one of the various remedies for asthma. This is categorized as an IgE blocker. IgE, or immunoglobulin E, is an antibody that causes allergies. Asthma can be an allergic reaction to any trigger or allergen that comes into contact with a person with asthma. If you take Xolair, the IgE will be blocked thereby preventing the asthma symptoms from happening. If you have moderate or severe type of allergic asthma, these IgE blockers are usually prescribed as asthma relief remedies.

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One of the medications I take daily is Cetirizine Hydrochloride (Generic of Zyrtec). I need this medication to help control the allergies I have. For me, this has been the best medication for allergies. I recommend this for any who might be suffering from allergies, but one should understand that medications may not be as effective for one person as for another. Also you should consult your doctor before taking this medication.

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The Low Down on Provailen Exposed

While taking arthritis medication, report to a doctor when you notice serious side effects. Like most drugs, some arthritis drugs have side effects. However, if yours becomes more serious than usual, don’t hesitate to see a doctor immediately.

The ankle can easily fall prey of arthritis because it is easily subjected to injury. That’s why it’s recommended that one takes very good care of the ankle. One common part of your leg that can be easily affected by arthritis is the ankle. In most cases arthritis in the ankle can be very common.

Symptoms of foot arthritis include pain when moving the leg or swelling of the leg. Generally, when you notice stiffness in your foot, it could be signs of arthritis, but specifically, arthritis of the foot basically starts with discomfort in your foot. So, any strange feeling in your foot must be reported to a physician immediately.

One of the common types of arthritis that affects lots of people today is foot arthritis. The good news is that foot arthritis can be now also treated surgically. There are surgical methods that can be used to remove tissues and bones from the foot to minimize pains. Among the types of surgery, Arthroscopic surgery is one method that can be used to do away with foot arthritis pains.

Inflammation arthritis is a prolonged type of arthritis whose cause is not known. Inflammatory arthritis occurs when the immune system attacks the tissue and can, as the name implies, cause lots of inflammatory pains and swellings around the joints. Let your doctor determine what type of arthritis you have and proffer the right arthritis medication that will help you. Don’t take the “drugs” into your own hands, as they say. Let the doctor be the one to decide and help you, with your help and cooperation.

Wondering what the symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis are? Lower back pain or stiffness is the commonest symptom of ankylosing spondylitis. Most people who suffer from ankylosing spondylitis are usually misdiagnosed because the back pain or stiffness is usually related to other things. Young people sometimes have the problem of ankylosing spondylitis but are misdiagnosed as ordinary sports injuries when in actual fact the problem is Ankylosing spondylitis.

Don’t forget that arthritis is a chronic disease that can wreak havoc of pains on you for many years, if you don’t know what to do about it. There is no specific period for arthritis as it can attack when it feels like and stays as long as it pleases. But thanks to medical breakthroughs, we can kick it out when we feel like as well. What’s important is to acquaint yourself with the right kinds of information about arthritis, including knowing the right kinds of arthritis medication to take. As you know – information is wealth any day and any time.

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