Is Bag Balm safe for human use?

Answer On One Hand: It is SafeMany people use Bag Balm, originally made and marketed to soothe a cow's udders, as a hand softener. Its only ingredients are lanolin, petrolatum and the antiseptic 8-hydroxy... Read More »

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How to Make Tea Tree Oil and Lemon Balm Foot Balm?

Tea tree oil lemon foot balm is a simple, easy to make foot care remedy that will help soothe and soften rough or cracked heels and other damaged areas of the feet. Making your own skin care produc... Read More »

Are human growth hormones safe?

On One Hand: Recognized BenefitsHuman growth hormone is what causes normal growth in the human body, from fingernails to bones. Steady Health states that these hormones can increase bone density an... Read More »

Are human medicines safe for dogs?

On One Hand: Hazardous for Their HealthAccording to Dr. Valentina Merola, a veterinarian at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, if dogs consume over the counter (OTC) medicat... Read More »

Is zeolite safe for human consumption?

According to the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Food Additive Safety, the acceptable daily intake of Zeolite is 0.2925 milligrams per kilogram of body weight per day. This is equivalent t... Read More »