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The Magical Tea Tree Oil Newsletter_Merry Christmas
December 04, 2007

Welcome to the Tea Tree Wonders December 2007 Newsletter, Merry Christmas!

The website continues to grow now reaching nearly 6000 visitors per month with almost 17,000 page views each and every month!

This month as our Christmas gift to you we are giving away copies of the classic “’Twas the Night before Christmas” by C. Clement Moore. It’s also titled a visit from St. Nicholas.

Moore never wrote it as a piece he wanted to be remembered by, it was merely a Christmas gift for his children, but it has grown to be probably the most recognized, and the most popular Christmas story outside of the biblical story of the birth of Christ.

You’ll find a link near the bottom of the newsletter to get your own free copy.

We had several submissions to and you can read all of them and make comments or add your own submissions.

"Tea tree oil saved my curtains"
"Persistent diaper rash cured"
"Dry scalp remedy"

Among the pages we’ve added this month, our pages related to the ever growing problem of lice. The pages cover head lice, body lice, and crab lice. Besides being an embarrassing in discussing problems, some of the treatments and cures available over-the-counter and through your pharmacist or physician can have serious detrimental side effects.

Among the side effects reported from lice treatments are dermatitis, nausea, cancer, burning rashes, convulsions and more, including leukemia. Check out our page with links to all this and more at

Thank you so much for subscribing to our newsletter, and we want to remind you to get a copy of our free report on how to avoid being ripped off when buying tea tree oil or health and wellness products. Follow this link to get your copy today.

Now as promised, here’s the link to receive your free copy of “Twas the night before Christmas” by C. Clement Moore. There are no little catches or requirements attached to this copy of the book, it’s a free download or HTML viewable book from Project Gutenberg. Again, our way of saying Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

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