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The Health Benefits of Natural Products such as tea-tree essential oil, thyme essential oil, thyme leaves, your own tinctures, Turkey red oil, sulfated castor oil.

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Alphabetical List of Ingredients

Benefits

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tea-tree essential oil

Tea-tree oil for disinfecting: A potent antibacterial and fungicidal agent, essential oil of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) makes an excellent plant remedy for athlete's foot. The oil has an earthy, fresh scent. Recipe for Body Powder

Essential oils for your hair type: Adding essential oils to conditioners can help address your particular hair-care needs. For instance, myrrh and geranium oils can help repair dry, damaged hair, while clary-sage oil can give hair a delicate sheen. Dandruff may benefit from cypress oil, which gently cleanses the scalp without drying it out, and from tea-tree oil, which helps fight bacterial infections that can occur with severe cases of dandruff. Invigorating rosemary oil stimulates circulation and promotes vigorous hair growth, which can counteract hair loss and dandruff.  Recipe for Hair Conditioner

Tea-tree essential oil to fight infection: Essential oil of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) with its strong camphor like odor, is derived by distilling the plants leaves. It is a broad-spectrum antiseptic that combats bacterial, viral and fungal infections and can be applied directly to cuts, abrasions, nail fungus, athlete's foot, bleeding gums and acne. Recipe for Healing Salve

Essential oils for infection: Such essential oils as tea tree oil have an antiseptic property that helps prevent infection. Other essential oils can add flavor and fragrance. Recipe for Lip Care

Essential oils to ward off biting insects: The essential oils in natural mosquito repellent are the active constituents that help to ward off bugs and insects. Tea-tree oil, which is a potent antiseptic and anti-bacterial essential oil, has a slightly medicinal scent. The light flora aroma of lavender oil has a refreshing, soothing effect, while the citrus like fragrance of both citronella and lemongrass oils is a mood lifter. Finally, sage oil acts as an antiseptic and skin toner. Recipe for Mosquito Repellant

thyme essential oil

Thyme essential oil for inflammation: Painful gum inflammations can be greatly eased by the strong antiseptic and antibacterial effects of thyme oil in a natural, gentle mouthwash. Recipe for Mouthwash

Essential oils for for acne: Thyme, lemon and yarrow essential oils are germicidal and anti-inflammatory, and have a healing effect on acne. Mix 10 drops each of these oils with 8 ounces of witch hazel. Saturate a cotton ball and apply to the face, neck, chest or back three times daily to disinfect the skin and remove oil. Store in a dark glass bottle and shake well before using. Recipe for Night Gel

thyme leaves

Antibacterial thyme leaves: Thyme leaves exude an intense and warming fragrance, and are a strong antibacterial agent. Add thyme leaves to steam facials if your skin is plagued by acne, psoriasis or poison ivy. Recipe for Steam Facial

Make your own tincture

Make your own Tinctures
Tinctures are alcohol-based solutions which draw out the healing ingredients from herbs and flowers. You can make tinctures using wild flowers or flowers from your garden. Simply use chopped flowers and pack it in a jar half filled with the strongest vodka. Use 100 150 gr. fresh flowers or herbs to 150ml alcohol. If you use dried herbs or flowers use only 10 15 gr. in 150ml alcohol. Seal the jar and leave it in on a sunny window sill for 2 3 days. Then store in a dark place at room temperature for 2 3 weeks, shaking it every day. Strain through muslin cloth and store in a dark bottle. The tincture will keep for 2 3 years. Recipe for Toothpaste

Turkey red oil

(sulfated castor oil)

 

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