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The Magical Tea Tree Oil Newsletter/E-zine, Issue #002 -- read what you've been missing here
August 17, 2007

The Magical Tea Tree Oil


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My name is Jim Beane, and I guess you could call me a bit of a tea tree oil fanatic, ..... because I've been collecting, using, and studying herbs and natural foods since I was a boy. I think I read every one of Euell Gibbons books as a boy, and while I don't eat pine trees and their bark, I still love the outdoors, and all the plants and animals that have been provided for us.

I'll provide you with updates and news regarding tea tree oil and the tea tree wonders website on a monthly basis and maybe share a few secrets with you along the way ;-)

Welcome to the second edition of the Tea Tree Wonders Newsletter!

Did I say second? Yep.

You know, we’ve been making a few changes around the Tea Tree Wonders website, and thought this might be the perfect opportunity to update everyone along with the site. If you
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you’ll probably notice it has started to grow a little. We’ve added four pages this week alone. You can find them at this page on wart treatments near the bottom third of the page.

I felt this was an important area to update, although it covers more than it might appear. You see , more than 80% of us will suffer from warts on some part of our bodies, these pages cover warts from the days of Moses to the present, some history, a few sidelights , some treatment options, and of course how to best use tea tree oil to treat all kinds of warts in all kinds of places on our skin. Of course we cover lots of other areas on our site also.

Back to School and Some New Friends Too!

Here in the USA it’s back to school season, and that means all kinds of new friends and new activities. Sometimes though, we don’t want the kind of new friends and activities that our children bring home. Friends like lice, viruses, bacteria, and germs. First off, let’s look at the lice problem.
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Lice are on the increase all over the world in developed nations, as travel, commerce, and immigration have brought new workers on shore. Too, children often share items that they really shouldn’t, like combs and hairbrushes, caps, scarves, and helmets.

As a lice treatment, tea tree oil may be one of the best! It rarely causes any skin irritation, is non-toxic, and readily available. You can go to nearly any pharmacy or drugstore and find tea tree oil, as well as at health food stores and herbalists. Keep in mind though, you get what you pay for. Never buy cheap tea tree oil, it's cheap for a reason.

If you can't find a source for the tea tree oil shampoo or nutritional stress support, contact me.

You'll also want to wash the clothes, bedding, hats and possibly the upholstery where the infected person has been. I can empathize with you, I used to help folks with this all the time when I ran a carpet and upholstery cleaning service.

The Steps to Lice Treatment.

Step 1. The first thing to do when you or a loved one is found with lice or nits is to take a good soak in the tub or a hot shower. Not only will it help in ridding you of the pests, it'll probably help you relax a bit! I highly recommend our body wash to soothe and calm your nerves while it nourishes your skin with vitamins and botanical extracts.
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Step 2. Take a soak. Grab your sponge, squishy, or bath brush, and lather up with the body wash, and then enjoy the natural scents of the botanicals.

Shampoo your hair while your soaking in the tub or shower. Use a high quality shampoo with tea tree oil.

Then generously apply tea tree oil to your hair and scalp, making sure to gently rub it in. The Tea tree oil will help to soften the hold the eggs and lice have on your hair. Remember, apply the oil generously! As the lice treatment is working, you may feel a little tingling on your scalp and a cooling sensation from the tea tree oil.

Step 3. Using the nit comb, Comb the oil through your hair, then let the tea tree oil stay there for ten or fifteen minutes! Wrap your head in a hot moist towel to fumigate the insects. As gross as it may seem, lice are related to ticks and other mites, and the oil helps to suffocate the live ones so you can easily remove them. Between the action of the oil and the thorough shampoo, you'll be killing off the lice.

After the 10 or 15 minutes, shampoo out the tea tree oil.

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Step 4.You'll need to repeat the shampoo and oil in your hair routine every two or three days for about two weeks. After you have applied the oil and let it sit, wash it all out with your tea tree oil shampoo.

Step 5. Finally, you'll need to do a major house cleaning. All bedding, clothing, and possibly the upholstery will need a thorough cleaning. Again, I recommend you clean all your clothes and bedding with a high quality laundry detergent. we get ours from the same place that we buy our tea tree oil from.

Step 6. Consider some added nutritional support. We carry a fantastic stress pack that combines all of the herbs and vitamins to support your system in stressful times. I haven't heard of a family yet where at least one member wasn't stressed from a lice infestation.

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It has been reported by some that a tea tree oil shampoo used daily can help to reduce or eliminate re-infestation, so if your children or loved ones are exposed to the same source of your first infestation, you may want to consider this lice treatment as a home remedy alternative health option.

We’ve done all the legwork to get these all into one package for you, and we’d hate to see you start off the school year with some unwanted friends and uninvited houseguests…

That’s why we’ve put together some of the very best tea tree oil products you can find to help keep the buggers at bay, and get rid of them should they pick on your child to bum a ride home.

In our package you’ll get

1) …our best tea tree oil shampoo. Plant-derived cleansers combine with pure botanical extracts, including aloe, nettle and chamomile to improve hair’s appearance and manageability. A wholesome blend of vitamins, including A, B, C and E, strengthens hair and provides reinforcement against drying environmental elements. Jojoba, peppermint and tea tree oils invigorate and revitalize the scalp and hair

2) …and a 15 ml bottle of our best Tea Tree Oil

3) …our special body wash. Cleansing agents derived from natural sources gently and effectively clean the skin. Aloe, green tea leaf extract, stinging nettle and other herbal and botanical extracts indulge skin with nourishing properties. Vitamins A, B, C and E soak into the skin where they deposit free-radical fighting antioxidants.

4) …our stress pack with Nutri-Calm®. When exposed to physical stress, the body uses more of certain nutrients like the B-complex family and vitamin C. That’s why Stress Pack contains Nutri-Calm®, a supplement rich in both of these nutrients. Stress Pack combines herbs and vitamins to nourish the body under physical stress.

Until next month…

Jim Beane Writing for

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Jim Beane 530-331-8002 7am to 7pm PST

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