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Tea Tree Oil Uses - Should it be a Permanent Part of Your Medicine Cabinet?

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Naka
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Wonder what everyone here thinks about tea tree oil. It's been a must carry with me for a long time especially when I travel.

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I have used it on exaggerated CLL mosquito bites, with some effect, but for most part, I found the product Afterbite, to be faster and better.. but Afterbite stings like crazy on black fly and deer fly bites, mostly ammonia and a pinch of baking soda.

I have never had a need for the oil's other used...😃

Sloan Kettering on Tea Tree Oil

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Tommays56

We use it at work to make Natural Mouthwash among other things and IMHP its just a nicer sounding word for turpentine

" The bad news about tea tree oil is that it stinks! It comes from a tree resin that is related to the oil used to make turpentine"

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Cfighter

I've used it for years as a must have.I have healed many nasty cuts with tea tree oil as well as a toenail fungus just by putting a few drops under the toenail at night-pretty amazing stuff as are many other essential oils.

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chrisgrannyUK

I use it on bites and on foot problems. I’m a believer!

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chrisgrannyUK

I agree about 5he smell!

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Elliot43

Yeah tea tree oil is a bit pongy.. but it’s a very good antiseptic. I use it on foot problems too funguses etc. we use eucalyptus oil too here in oz.

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Hoffy

I use it for Athletes foot,

Hoffy

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