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In case you're wondering, it's not a typo up there for you see the definition of goodly is:

used as an adjective to describe something
1. of ample or good size, ex: a goodly amount.
2. of a fine appearance, ex: a goodly young man.
3. Archaic. of good quality, ex: a goodly gift.

I am a mother who home educates her children; I would be pleased if you'd look around. You never know if I might have something to your liking. I've blogged about different topics. I hope you enjoy your stay here. May God bless you with peace, a renewing of your mind, and rest as you read my posts.

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Thanks to all for your patience as I have been on the mend. I had double heart bypass surgery in February of 2013, and I needed to focus on my recovery, which has been in steady progress. Thanks for your kind consideration.

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Monday, October 10, 2011

Tea Tree Oil Therapy for the Skin

Tea Tree Therapy soap
Tea Tree Therapy Oil

 This past weekend, I ventured out to visit Whole Foods Market.  My hubby had already gone to a Nature's Way store, which was too expensive for their shampoo and supplements.  I decided that I had to go with him to the market because I wanted to make sure I got exactly what I needed.  I'm glad that I did.  I wanted to find beneficial soap and shampoo; I found the above soap.

About seven years ago, I learned about tea tree oil.  I heard that it could be used to heal skin conditions.  If you don't already know, skin is the biggest organ of the body.  Since I've had my skin condition for over 15 years, it was welcome news to me.  I feel very blessed to find anything that can help me.

Tea tree oil, which is also known as melaleuca oil, is an antiseptic.  According to Wikipedia, tea tree oil can help those with bacterial, fungal, viral, yeast, and even MRSA situations.  It is beneficial when fighting scabies, mites, and lice infestations. 

There are some considerations.  It should be kept out of reach of children.  Also, the oil itself often has to be diluted.  It will burn.  Still, I have used it for tooth pain.

For more information, you all can visit: The University of Western Australia Tea Tree Oil Research Group.

Well, thanks for reading about tea tree therapy for the skin.  I hope this blog entry educates.

How about you, my readers?  Do you have any skin conditions?  How do you handle setbacks to the health of your skin?  I encourage you to assess your current health.  It's a great opportunity to adjust your habits.

If you need to improve your health, in any form, please ask God to help you; he will, if you pray for His guidance.

This is an entry for Medical Mondays.  For past entries, click here.

Disclaimer: The viewpoints that I discussed here are just my opinions.  Please consult your physician before altering anything relating to your health.  I am only suggesting here to take charge of your health.  Don't just leave your health in the hands of your doctors; become your own advocate.  You know best how your body is doing.

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