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Answered: If you are using Tea Tree Oil to treat something ...

Answered: I recently had the MRSA on my leg from A mosquitoe bite. I was wondering

One of the health benefits of tea tree oil is it has anti-bacterial properties. You can take a Q-tip, dip it into the bottle of tea tree oil and then swab the affected area. Make sure you don't apply tea tree oil to any open wounds or sores.

Answered: What can i use in place of tree tea oil

If you're looking to replace tea tree oil for it's antiseptic properties, you can try looking into using Oil of Oregano. Some of the health benefits of Oil of Oregano is it has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties.

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There is more than one flavor of maple tree.

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The "God Damn America" Democrats haven't improved.

Answered: How much tea tree oil to add to 6 5oz bars of soap

It is very difficult to add melaeuca oil to bars of soap. Maybe you could add water and let the soap turn into goo, stir in the oil, and allow the excess water to evaporate. I would use about teaspoon.
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