Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil Tea tree oil is often referred to as “medicine cabinet in a bottle,” as it’s remedies are seemingly endless. Check out these 79 uses for the ultimate survival remedy: Abrasions and minor cuts Acne Air freshener Allergies Arthritus Asthma Athletes foot Baby care Bacterial infections Bad breath Bladder infection Blisters Boils Bronchial congestion Bronchitus Bruises Bunions Burns Calluses/corns Canker sores Carbuncies Chapped lips Chicken pox Chigger bite Cold sores Coughs Dandruff Dermatitus Dry skin Eczema Emphysema Flea bites Gout Gum disease Head lice Hives Homemade mouthwash…

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13 surprising home remedies for acid reflux

13 surprising home remedies for acid reflux

13 surprising home remedies for acid reflux Before you reach for the heavy-duty, prescription-strength drugs, give these suggestions a try. Acid reflux or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), which is a more scientific way to describe heartburn, affects 50 percent of Americans. While heartburn suggests you just ate a pizza that bothered you, GERD is when food, acid contents, bilious material or pancreatic juices travel back up into your esophagus, causing trouble more than twice a week, says Patricia Raymond, a gastroenterologist in Chesapeake, Va. The acid solution that splashes up…

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10 Medicinal Plants to Grow

10 Medicinal Plants to Grow

Great Burdock The root is used to treat ‘toxic overload’ that result in throat infections and skin diseases like : boils, rashes, burns, bruises, herpes, eczema, acne, impetigo, ringworm, bites. Marsh Mallow The plant of which marshmallows are made of. The root is taken internally to treat : inflammations and irritations of the urinary and respiratory mucus membranes, counter excess stomach acid, peptic ulceration, gastritis. Externally, the root is applied to : bruises, sprains, aching muscles, insect bites, skin inflammations, splinters. Aloe Vera The sap from aloe vera is extremely…

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