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  1. #1
    Tracy Feuer
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    Tea tree oil may seem expensive but when you realize how long it lasts and how many great uses it has. I thought it might be worth it in the long run. I first bought the bottle because a woman in my tribe whom I jokingly call the medicine woman recomended it for my dds frequent fever blisters. I have since found many other uses for the oil which is basically good for any kind of skin problem to prevent infection you know like a cut, splinter, etc. My DD had a splinter in her toe from old deck boards this was the stuff that they had years ago that was treated with that really bad poison, anyway when dh used to work for a deck company and he had a splinter from this kind of wood it would always get infected and swell a great deal. But I treated DDs splinter site twice a day for three days with the tea tree oil and no infection.

    Tracy in Va

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    Ann Garner
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    I've heard many times to take L-lysine to prevent fever

    blisters. Any time I get a cold, I get them. Any time my allergy

    acts up and I run a fever <yes, I'm one of those rare ones that has a

    fever with an allergic reaction> I break out with blisters. I had

    run out, kept forgetting to buy some more L-lysine, literally for

    months. Winter cold hit, after I got over the cold I was in the

    chiropractors office for an adjustment and he recommended L-lysine to

    prevent the blisters. I've heard of MDs recommending it, too. My

    aunt, a nurse, was the one to get Mom and my sister started on them,

    and my sister recommended them to me. I take 500 mg twice a

    day---usually. It works for Mom, sister, and me.



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  3. #3
    Liss
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    <SPAN class="092554823-26062008">Actually you can get a bottle of tea tree oil at walmart for under $5. it works wonderfully for many many things.
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    <SPAN class="092554823-26062008">~Liss



  4. #4
    cmboyd_1999
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    Where? I've never seen it... I found my TTO by a fluke at CVS in the

    nail poilish section and it was 6.99! YIKES!





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    > Actually you can get a bottle of tea tree oil at walmart for under

    $5. it

    > works wonderfully for many many things.

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    > ~Liss

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  5. #5
    Marguerite
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    where do you get it?



    Marguerite














  6. #6
    Jessica Mason
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">I saw it at my local natural food store, Wal Mart and Target stores today...price ranged from $3.97-$8 depending on the brand...I read the *ingredients* and all but 1 were all the same.
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    From: Marguerite
    Date: 6/27/2008 12:22:30 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re:regarding cost of tea tree oil




    where do you get it?

    Marguerite












 

 

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