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The Magical Tea Tree Oil Newsletter/E-zine, Issue #003 -- read what you've been missing
September 17, 2007
Ear infections overcome!!!

Ear Infections and Tea Tree Oil

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Ear Infections Overcome at Last!

One of the most irritating common problems for people, is ear infections. It can cause some real pain and discomfort, make sleep difficult, and even throw us off balance a bit.

The causes can be a cold or flu, allergies, and is even associated with swimming at times. An often overlooked cause of ear infection may be the cleaning products you use in your home. Many of them contain formaldehyde, and can cause irritation to the lungs, eyes, ears, and nose.

Limit your exposure to formaldehyde by switching to safer, environmentally friendly alternatives. We have many available, and you'll find them to be better than the store brands,we guarantee it. If at any time during 60 days after your purchase, if you are not satisfied, you can return the container for a full credit or exchange. For more details, see http://www.teatreewonders.com/shopping-basics.html

Treatments vary from antibiotics, to Teflon tubes to drain the fluid in severe cases, and there are even disputes among physicians as to how successful or needful some of those treatments and antibiotics are.

So, while considering your doctors advice, if you’d like to try a home remedy with tea tree oil , look no further.

The World’s Best Tea Tree Oil

For adults, you’ll need a cotton ball, some olive oil, and of course, Tea Tree Oil. You can find the best source for tea tree oil at www.Tea TreeWonders.com

What Do You do Next?

For small children or babies, you can skip the cotton ball and use a dropper instead.

You’ll want to mix the tea tree oil with the olive oil, at a rate of 1 drop of tea tree oil to every 15 drops of olive oil. For adults, soak a plug of cotton that’s just large enough to comfortably fit your ear, and then insert the plug GENTLY into your outer ear canal. Leave it overnight.

For children, apply a drop or two of the mix into the outer ear canal with the dropper, 3 or 4 times a day.

Apply a hot water bottle to the ear, and as always, please consult your physician before starting any supplementation or treatment.

Thanks for subscribing to the Newsletter,

We’ll catch up again next month!

Jim Beane http://www.teatreewonders.com


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