Tea Tree

October 17, 2005 by The Gossip Chic  
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Tea Tree

Tea Tree

Tea Tree
Can tea tree oil in the tub help cure a yeast infection in an infant?

My daughter has a vaginal infection and I hear a little tea tree oil in the bath tub can take care of it. What is the proportion of tea tree oil to water to lighten it? Is it possible to put too much? How long it takes to be in the water for this to be effective? I also have it in a pro-biotic and naked background. Any other suggestions?

It is surprising how little these respondents know about tea tree oil. it does not mix with water as a drop in water is nonsense. It's so soft that it could be applied to the skin directly without oil.If company blends tea tree oil in the company oil before putting it in the bathtub does not spread in Glom is all very well. also absorbed through the skin to the direct application is not necessary. Then, What to do? 6 drops of oil mix TT in a small amount of carrier oil such as safflower or sunflower or grape seed or jojoba oil, cooking oil, but not as corn or rapeseed. Pour into the bath of warm water and swish it around. child can stay in the bathtub of perhaps 10 minutes. Do not use a large amount of oil TT because it has to be processed by the liver and can overload the liver and cause some problems. but 6 drops in a bath is fine. all the oils may affect a person with seizure disorder. and finally if you are pregnant do not swish the water with his hand as all the oils may possibly cause a problem. than 3 numbers oils are genuinely safe and TT together with lavender are among the safest. read on oil Camdengrey.com TT

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