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  • I am proud to share a TOOTHPASTE RECIPE that is not only environmentally safe but also a superb DIY alternative that's effective in fighting cavities and gum disease: Mix 1/2 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate, 10 drops of water, 1 to 2 drops of peppermint oil, and 1 to 2 drops of tea-tree oil.

    Avital Binshtock: Sage Brushing: Dentists Name Their Favorite Eco-Toothpastes

  • I especially like the ingredients coenzyme Q10, an antioxidant found in our bodies, and tea-tree oil, a natural antibacterial agent.

    Avital Binshtock: Sage Brushing: Dentists Name Their Favorite Eco-Toothpastes

  • She could smell his hair, a faint waft of tea-tree oil.

    So Much Pretty

  • The aboriginal (Kurnai) name Metung, which apparently means “tea-tree” or “mainland,” or “bend in the lake,” possibly all three or none, came into general use in about 1888, around the time the pub changed hands, and was somewhat pompously renamed the Scarborough (“The Gem of the Lakes,” according to nearly contemporary advertorial).

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Try switching to cleansers and products made with essential oils, fruit oils like lemon, avocado, jojoba, tea-tree oils, tea extracts, or aloe leaf juice.

    Maria Rodale: Don't Just Be Pretty: Have a Smart Beauty Routine

  • It is traditionally the Aboriginal stimulant of choice, concocted from the dried leaves of one of four species of the pituri plant, Nicotiana, ground up with the ash of at least twelve species of plant or tree, including tea-tree wood.

    Wildwood

  • Anyway, the point is that you're now here and here's where you drop your first big surprise - you actually packed, among your clothes, a dresser mirror, which now sits proudly on the "dresser" you construct from bamboo or tea-tree, showing off your scouting skills to best advantage.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Now pampered pets can enjoy the spray-on formula's luxurious jojoba, eucalyptus and tea-tree oils and the same PABA-free ingredients found in human sunscreens.

    Dog Tan Ban

  • Species include bloodwood Eucalyptus terminalis, tea-tree Melaleuca sp., acacia, lamb's tails Ptilotus sp., shrubs and grasses Themeda avenacea, Enneapogon cylindricus and Eragrostis eriopoda.

    Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia

  • You can put a dab of tea-tree oil on a canker sore in your mouth, but it should not be ingested.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

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