I’ve been aware of tea tree oil for sometime. The only thing I ever used it on was a hang nail and I was amazed by the results. To be honest -I was turned off by the smell.
Recently, I found some type of insect bites on my leg that I could not explain. They became large welts that were very sore to the touch, red, itchy and painful. I found some tea tree oil in the bathroom cabinet and thought I’d give it a try…lo and behold the welts are almost gone.
It was time to do some research….I found this article – I have tried a number of these suggestions and am always impressed by the results.
Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, is an essential oil that is taken from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, a plant native to Southeast Queensland and the Northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Tea tree oil has been used for centuries to treat a variety of common ailments, and there are many practical uses for tea tree oil in our everyday lives! Keep reading to learn 20 uses for tea tree oil! Continue reading 20 uses for tea tree oil
“The saying is something like, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” or “one man’s garbage is another man’s gold” which both mean that what is of little value to one person, may in fact be of great value to another person.”
In a previous post I talked about my love of garage and yard sales, auctions, thrift stores and the thrill of the hunt searching for my next vintage trinket or treasure.
At almost every yard or garage sale the person selling the goods will have a box of stuff that they don’t think anyone will buy and it is marked “FREE”.
I think the hubs cringes when he realizes I’ve spied that box and make a beeline to inspect.
I love the month of May, it has always been my favorite month of the year.
I love it for so many reasons but the top three are:
My dad’s birthday, my Birthday and
Three wonderful reasons to celebrate and all three of these reasons to celebrate usually fall within a day or so of each other. I am very lucky to still have both of my parents and any reason to celebrate with them is always fun.
This year, however, we are 5000kms apart, so we won’t be sharing cake or opening gifts together BUT thanks to the wonders of modern technology (FaceBook and FaceTime) and some old school technology (telephone – thanks Alexander Graham Bell) we will still be in touch.