TeaRose Essential Oil Blend
$12.58 – $31.45
This blend has antiseptic-like properties when used topically for cleansing cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, and bruised tissue. It may also help prevent growth of bacteria, fungus or infection. TeaRose helps regenerate damaged tissue and fight infection and fungus. It is also very beneficial for animals such as horses, dogs and cats in the same way it benefits humans.
Fantastic oil for ear infections! We took this oil on all family trips because our youngest Carrie was prone to earaches and ear infections, so this oil came in handy many times. We just rubbed it on her mastoids and around under the ear lobe up just a little on her cheek. She experienced real relief! And this was our son Nate's "best friend" oil because he used it all the time on all his cuts, bumps and bruises. This was the oil he kept on his dresser through the years living at home until he went off to flight school.
**Suggested Instructions on how to use TeaRose according to uses listed above will come with each bottle purchased.
General application instructions recommend concentrated TeaRose be diluted 50:50 with a carrier oil such as Sweet Almond. Look for Sweet Almond and other wonderful carrier oils in the Carrier Oil category.
Compares to Young Living®’s Melrose®. Melrose® is a registered trademark of Young Living Essential Oils, LLC, which is not affiliated with The Oil Shoppe in any way.
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