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  • The areolar mounds disappeared 9 months after discontinuing the use of a hair styling gel containing Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil and Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil.

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  • The essential oils derived from clove (Szygium aromaticum), tea tree oil (Maleleuca alternifolia), or rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis) can all be mixed with olive oil for topical application for funguses (tineas), lice, scabies, ticks, and other parasites.

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  • Women with certain vaginal infections, including trichomonal vaginitis, an acute bacterial infection, who received Malaleuca alternifolia oil achieved results equivalent to those of standard treatment in 50 of 96 cases, according to Dr. Eduardo F.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Melaleuca alternifolia oil: its use for trichomonal vaginitis and other vaginal infections.

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  • Melaleuca alternifolia oil: its use for trichomonal vaginitis and other vaginal infections.

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  • Women who used Malaleuca alternifolia oil were able to better control vaginal infections, including the common bacterial infection trichomonal vaginitis, according to a study performed in 1962 see p.

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  • Women who used Malaleuca alternifolia oil were able to better control vaginal infections, including the common bacterial infection trichomonal vaginitis, according to a study performed in 1962 see p.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Women with certain vaginal infections, including trichomonal vaginitis, an acute bacterial infection, who received Malaleuca alternifolia oil achieved results equivalent to those of standard treatment in 50 of 96 cases, according to Dr. Eduardo F.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Cornus alternifolia (alternate-leaved cornel), West Branch, 1853.

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  • The genus Eremophila was founded on very unsatisfactory materials, namely, on two species, E. oppositifolia and alternifolia, which I found growing in the same sandy desert at the head of Spencer's Gulf in 1802, the only combining character being the scariose calyx, which I inferred must have been enlarged after flowering.

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