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 Is tea tree oil for external use different from the oil used for the mouth?

Answer You really have to go by what the bottle tells you, but you can put a drop in some water, mix well, then use. Tea tree is one of those herbs, that if your treating a sore on the outside of your bod... Read More »
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Is it safe to use tea tree oil in the mouth?

On One Hand: Potentially Serious Side EffectsAccording to the Mayo Clinic tea tree oil should not be taken by mouth. Detrimental effects include nausea, rash, diarrhea, lethargy, abdominal pain, di... Read More »
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How to Dilute Tea Tree Oil for Mouth Application?

Tea tree oil is an essential oil derived from the Australian tea tree plant (Melaleuca alternifolia.) It is antibacterial and antifungal, and research shows that it is effective in treating acne, d... Read More »
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How do I remove mouth odour when regular use of mouth wash and toothpaste have failed?

You should visit a dentist, if it does not solve the problem then you should have a stomach check up.
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In mouth to mouth resuscitation how would your exhaled breath help the person in receiving aid?

The atmosphere around you contains roughly 20% oxygen. When you inhale, then exhale, you trap some, but even in exhaling after a breath, you're putting out approximately 14% oxygen. While this isn'... Read More »
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