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Tea Tree Oil is taken for: Infection

Tea Tree Oil

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Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, is a pale yellow colour to nearly clear essential oil with a fresh camphoraceous odor. It is tak...
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What people say about Tea Tree Oil and Peripheral Neuropathy ?

#96 in Tea Tree Oil discussions - 12 posts discuss Peripheral Neuropathy with Tea Tree Oil.
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" ...Vit. B complex 3 times a day and tea tree oil applied to the nail beds - don't know for sure but both seemed to help with the color as well as the neuropathy in my hands and feet from the... "

" ...and it did nothing for my feet (big improvement in other areas, but just didn't reach my tootsies). I was sent for some electrical conductivity tests and now have a diagnosis of peripheral neuropat... "

" ...years ago. I suffer from peripheral neuropathy which began when I was injured but I can't be sure whether it is all SCI related or exacerbated by diabetes. I take gabapentin for the neuropat... "

" ...years ago. I suffer from peripheral neuropathy which began when I was injured but I can't be sure whether it is all SCI related or exacerbated by diabetes. I take gabapentin for the neuropat... "

" ...form diabetic neuropathy, specifically peripheral neuropathy. Some of the descriptions ...about it beyond taking ibuprofin or something similar. I've used a tea tree oil gel which maybe provid... "

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" ...a severe allergic reaction to the Benadryl and so ...I did get some peripheral neuropathy which still flares up sometimes. ...at them. She suggested rubbing them with tea tree oil. That stuff... "

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" ...Hooray!!!!!! note: search tea tree oil in search icon at top of post as it has been discussed before. Something of interest: Purchased me a tongue cleaner and it has been helped tremendously. G... "

" ...of them was B-6 for peripheral neuropathy, caused by many of the ...taxane drugs. The other was B-50 for mouth sores. Tea tree oil rubbed into the cuticles and... "

" ...B-12, and Claritin. Ibuprofen works for me and Advil does ...nails. Also I massage tea tree oil into my nail beds ...acupuncture if I do get neuropathy in my hands and feet. All these tips I ... "

" ...Lyrica, I found that my legs didn't swell on days when i worked out at the gym. I worked out a lot until I became suicidal - from that tiny, Godforsaken pill. What about your thyroid?... "

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