Tea Tree Oil

Last Update February 14, 2016
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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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#89 in Tea Tree Oil discussions - 16 posts discuss Peripheral Neuropathy with Tea Tree Oil.

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use tea tree oil toothpaste to keep infections at bay.My...
| sjogrensworld.org
" ...endoscopy. Shortly after was diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy. I still have burning tongue ...of digestive system. I use tea tree oil toothpaste to keep infections at bay. ...both eyes. In fact, now... "

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I have severe peripheral neuropathy mostly in my...
| www.inspire.com
" I've been taking Gabapentin 1800mg daily for almost a year after a 6 mo. course of Taxol and carboplatin. I have severe peripheral neuropathy mostly in my feet. Hard ...Assist Foot Pain Cream with Tea... "

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color as well as the neuropathy in my hands and feet from...
" ...My MO recommended 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... "

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ve a diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy, and it seeems th...
| www.parkinsons.org.uk
" ...on and then started sinemet 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... "

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ago. I suffer from peripheral neuropathy which began when...
| www.apparelyzed.com
" ...5 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... "

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Also I massage tea tree oil into my nail beds when I remem...
| community.breastcancer.org
" ...and B-12, and Claritin. Ibuprofen works for me and Advil does not. ...my nails. Also I massage tea tree oil into my nail beds when ...acupuncture if I do get neuropathy in my hands and feet. All these tips I... "

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d to either poor circulation or peripheral neuropathy. I'v...
| www.dailystrength.org
" Only when I took Lyrica. I call it scary swelling. Your feet and legs shouldn't get like that. I'm so sorry to hear your'e experiencing this. When I took Lyrica, I found that my legs didn't... "

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ago. I suffer from peripheral neuropathy which began when...
| www.apparelyzed.com
" ...5 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... "

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other issues. I still continue to use the tea tree oil on...
| forum.tnbcfoundation.org
" ...from my last Taxol, I have no signs of neuropathy in my hands and feet. I think the frozen booties ...but no other issues. I still continue to use the tea tree oil on... "

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milar. I've used a tea tree oil gel which maybe provides a...
| www.diabetesforums.com
" ...a form diabetic neuropathy, specifically peripheral neuropathy. Some of the descriptions I've ...done about it beyond taking ibuprofin or something similar. I've used a tea tree oil gel which maybe... "

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