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#31
(11-03-2019, 11:08 PM)Bug Wrote: For cooking, either peanut or sesame oil, or olive oil/butter depending on the dish.

For baths, musk or sandwalwood

I tried tea tree oil for an assortment of ailments - does nothing at all. I like the smell though.

Eucalyptus is nice to put in the laundry rinse cycle. Makes for a nice clean smell if I can't dry everything outdoors.

I had to deal with mystery biting mites of some kind (may have been from deer mice that got inside) and they were relentless. A concoction of neem oil, peppermint, clove and geranium/rose geranium oil did the trick! All of those, along with basil, cedar, and thyme oil have anti-insect properties.

Tea tree oil is really good as an insect repellent.
When bush walking we often used it to keep us free from ticks.
Many mothers comb it through their kids hair when hair lice are doing the rounds.
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#32
(11-03-2019, 12:56 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 12:27 PM)Daughter Of Ur Wrote: I use bergamot a lot.  Also tea tree, rose oil eucalyptus, mint, and clary sage.  I also have frankincense, geranium, and sandalwood.

Yes, I like all of those, I put sandalwood in my cream oil combination.

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(11-05-2019, 03:15 AM)Nirmanakaya Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 12:56 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 12:27 PM)Daughter Of Ur Wrote: I use bergamot a lot.  Also tea tree, rose oil eucalyptus, mint, and clary sage.  I also have frankincense, geranium, and sandalwood.

Yes, I like all of those, I put sandalwood in my cream oil combination.

Heartflowers

oh Boy, I am a soap maker, don't make me start talking about oils......

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#34
(11-05-2019, 01:24 AM)Elric Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 11:08 PM)Bug Wrote: For cooking, either peanut or sesame oil, or olive oil/butter depending on the dish.

For baths, musk or sandwalwood

I tried tea tree oil for an assortment of ailments - does nothing at all. I like the smell though.

Eucalyptus is nice to put in the laundry rinse cycle. Makes for a nice clean smell if I can't dry everything outdoors.

I had to deal with mystery biting mites of some kind (may have been from deer mice that got inside) and they were relentless. A concoction of neem oil, peppermint, clove and geranium/rose geranium oil did the trick! All of those, along with basil, cedar, and thyme oil have anti-insect properties.

Tea tree oil is really good as an insect repellent.
When bush walking we often used it to keep us free from ticks.
Many mothers comb it through their kids hair when hair lice are doing the rounds.

I use tea tree oil for lots of things. Insect repellent, anti-bacterial/-fungal, cleaning. Heals "ouchies" when mixed with vit. E or other carrier oil. Great stuff.

Ticks don't like citrus at all. I mix orange, lemon, and lemon grass EOs with some distilled water in a spray bottle. Shake and spray feet and legs when we go outdoors during tick season. This summer I didn't get one tick, where I usually get 3 or 4. Those things leave scars on my skin! I hateses 'em!

I think maybe most essential oils would repel insects, but tea tree is an economical oil to use in that way.
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#35
Speaking of oil, can anyone give me an education on CBD oil?

@Firefly talked in another thread about how blood pressure meds can cause decline in mentation. My husb started taking a BP pill abt 3 yrs. ago. I have noticed over the last coupla years that he is different mentally, sometimes alarmingly so. Lack of focus, forgetfulness, decision-making that is not like him at all. When Firefly talked abt the meds, it clicked. It is not something that is listed in standard side effects, of course.

Anyway, we're using supplements, diet, and exercise to help control his BP, requiring only one 10 mg pill. But I want him OFF that dammed pharma toxin.

I wonder if CBD oil can actually help with BP, and if anyone has experience with it. Also, I know zero about how to purchase reputable oil, or if there is a "strength" to be considered, etc. Any info greatly appreciated, and TIA!
It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a
profoundly sick society.
   - Jiddu Krishnamurti
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#36
(11-05-2019, 09:49 AM)Kels Wrote:
(11-05-2019, 01:24 AM)Elric Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 11:08 PM)Bug Wrote: For cooking, either peanut or sesame oil, or olive oil/butter depending on the dish.

For baths, musk or sandwalwood

I tried tea tree oil for an assortment of ailments - does nothing at all. I like the smell though.

Eucalyptus is nice to put in the laundry rinse cycle. Makes for a nice clean smell if I can't dry everything outdoors.

I had to deal with mystery biting mites of some kind (may have been from deer mice that got inside) and they were relentless. A concoction of neem oil, peppermint, clove and geranium/rose geranium oil did the trick! All of those, along with basil, cedar, and thyme oil have anti-insect properties.

Tea tree oil is really good as an insect repellent.
When bush walking we often used it to keep us free from ticks.
Many mothers comb it through their kids hair when hair lice are doing the rounds.

I use tea tree oil for lots of things.  Insect repellent, anti-bacterial/-fungal, cleaning.  Heals "ouchies" when mixed with vit. E or other carrier oil.  Great stuff.

Ticks don't like citrus at all.  I mix orange, lemon, and lemon grass EOs with some distilled water in a spray bottle.  Shake and spray feet and legs when we go outdoors during tick season.  This summer I didn't get one tick, where I usually get 3 or 4.  Those things leave scars on my skin!  I hateses 'em!

I think maybe most essential oils would repel insects, but tea tree is an economical oil to use in that way.

Bees like lavender, so best not to wear that one outside.

I like tea tree oil gave some to neighbours children that had toothache, the Australians introduced me to tea tree oil when I had a toothache in Australia.

I've also put teat tree oil on the soles of my feet too, it works. Although I prefer the aniseed oil for my feet, due to liking the fragrance of it. Aniseed is a Tibetan remedy. Liquorice is also great for the back, I used the powder spice for cooking too prior to my lower spine improving.



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#37
(11-05-2019, 09:59 AM)Kels Wrote: Speaking of oil, can anyone give me an education on CBD oil?

@Firefly  talked in another thread about how blood pressure meds can cause decline in mentation.  My husb started taking a BP pill abt 3 yrs. ago.  I have noticed over the last coupla years that he is different mentally, sometimes alarmingly so.   Lack of focus, forgetfulness, decision-making that is not like him at all.  When Firefly talked abt the meds, it clicked.   It is not something that is listed in standard side effects, of course.

Anyway, we're using supplements, diet, and exercise to help control his BP, requiring only one 10 mg pill.  But I want him OFF that dammed pharma toxin.  

I wonder if CBD oil can actually help with BP, and if anyone has experience with it.  Also, I know zero about how to purchase reputable oil, or if there is a "strength" to be considered, etc.  Any info greatly appreciated, and TIA!

You can get CBD Oil in most local pharmacies, but the State sets the strength at something like 3%. I have been using it for a while now, off/on, but not sure I've noticed any significant anything. One other thing you might try is beet juice - the fresher the better. Like from fresh beets. Messy, but it works nicely. Also, beet juice is available at the stores, but looks 'refined' - meaning, not a lot of pulp left. But, be careful: beet juice works, and you only need about 1/2 cup at a time. There's a vid on one of Komma's threads I think about the values of beet juice. I eat a lot of beets anyway. I like them. Hope this helps. Heartflowers
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#38
I bought some more oils today.

Lemon Tea Tree from Australia.

Oregano from Spain.

Majoram from Spain.

Lemongrass from Gautemala.

Star Anise from China.

Also found a big tin of bamboo shoots in the Chinese shop, lady said I can freeze some of it, because the tin is too much for me in one meal.

I was given Bamboo divinely when I was driving with my dealer when he was telling me about his neurological issue. When I looked at Bamboo it has a lot of B6 in it.

Heartflowers
Jesus said to his healers "Do not rejoice that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” Luke 10:20 A life redeemed is a life in the hands of the Lord. Every morning he brings his word of unfailing love, he leads the redeemed, in strength he guides the redeemed to his holy dwelling.
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#39
(11-06-2019, 01:29 PM)KOMMA Wrote: I bought some more oils today.

Lemon Tea Tree from Australia.

Oregano from Spain.

Majoram from Spain.

Lemongrass from Gautemala.

Star Anise from China.

Also found a big tin of bamboo shoots in the Chinese shop, lady said I can freeze some of it, because the tin is too much for me in one meal.

I was given Bamboo divinely when I was driving with my dealer when he was telling me about his neurological issue. When I looked at Bamboo it has a lot of B6 in it.

Heartflowers



Jesus said to his healers "Do not rejoice that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” Luke 10:20 A life redeemed is a life in the hands of the Lord. Every morning he brings his word of unfailing love, he leads the redeemed, in strength he guides the redeemed to his holy dwelling.
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#40
(11-06-2019, 01:32 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(11-06-2019, 01:29 PM)KOMMA Wrote: I bought some more oils today.

Lemon Tea Tree from Australia.

Oregano from Spain.

Majoram from Spain.

Lemongrass from Gautemala.

Star Anise from China.

Also found a big tin of bamboo shoots in the Chinese shop, lady said I can freeze some of it, because the tin is too much for me in one meal.

I was given Bamboo divinely when I was driving with my dealer when he was telling me about his neurological issue. When I looked at Bamboo it has a lot of B6 in it.

Heartflowers




The only oil i have ever used went in my car or motorcycle so this is new teritory for me Lmao Heartflowers
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