Keep Bugs At Bay and FIRST AID OIL!
Today only, Buy One 30 ml TerraShield Spray
Get One 15 ml Melaleuca (Tea Tree) FREE!
Limit of 5 per account, per household, per day. Available to U.S., Canada, and NFR markets.*
TerraShield Repellent Blend can repel insects more effectively than other synthetic repellents. Just a small amount of this super-concentrated blend on the door frame can help keep the unwanted critters out of your house. I've shared this product with people when I lived in Tulum, Mexico and people LOVE IT! Why? Because it works!
SAY GOODBYE to those toxic chemically based bug repellents!
SAY HELLO to Essential Oil based bug spray! HEEEEELLLLLOOOO TERRASHIELD!
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**** DID YOU KNOW that TerraShield also comes in a 15ml bottle of Essential Oil Blend as well?
On an Emotional + Energetic level it:
-Builds confidence and strength
-Uplifts the spirit
-Combats feelings of victimization
It has cleansing + purifying properties! It's an EO I keep with me at all times in my First Aid / Travel Kit!
I use it for cleansing wounds, infections, skincare, haircare, supports my immune system, in my DIY house cleanser and more!!!
"Airborne antimicrobial: Tea Tree is well suited to diffusion as an aerial antiseptic. It has an outstanding effect against a wide spectrum of microorganisms, such as Staphylococcus species (including MRSA), dermatophytes and Candida species (Lang and Buchbauer 2012). Edward-Jones et al. (2004) demonstrated that the vapors of Tea Tree in conjunction with Geranium were the most active against MRSA of all the oils and combinations investigated.
Analgesic: Tea Tree can reduce pain. One of its significant components—terpinen-4-ol —has anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive actions (Guimarães et al. 2013).
Anti-acne: Tea Tree oil has excellent potential in the treatment of acne because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory actions (Enshaieh et al. 2007). It reduces the number of lesions. The components, including terpinen-4-ol, α-terpineol, and α-pinene, are active against Staphylococcus aureus, S. epidermidis and Propionibacterium acnes (Sinah et al. 2014).
Antihistaminic: see anti-inflammatory
Anti-inflammatory: Terpinen-4-ol has anti-inflammatory action (Lahlou et al. 2003). Tea Tree and terpinen-4-ol can alleviate allergies by suppressing histamine release and cytokine production (Edris 2007).
Antibacterial: See airborne antimicrobial and anti-acne.
Antifungal: Tea Tree is active against dermatophytes, and can be blended synergistically with Lavender (Cassella, Cassella and Smith 2002). It is also active against clinical Candida species, as is its component 1,8 cineole (Kordali et al. 2005). Ramage et al.(2012) demonstrated that Tea Tree’s principal component, terpinen-4-ol, reduced the expression of interleukin-8, a major inflammatory mediator in oropharyngeal candidiasis. They also suggested that there may be a synergistic effect between eugenol in Clove oil and terpinen-4-ol.
Antispasmodic: Terpinen-4-ol is anti-inflammatory and also antispasmodic (Lahlou et al.2003). See also expectorant and vasodilator.
Antiviral: Mixtures of some monoterpenes in Tea Tree oil have significantly greater antiviral action and lower toxicity than individual isolated monoterpenes (Astani, Reichling and Schnitzler 2010). Tea Tree oil has an inhibitory effect on a subtype of H1N1, and shows promise in the treatment of influenza, having replication at non-cytotoxic concentrations (Garozzo et al. 2009).
Decongestant: See expectorant.
Expectorant: One of the components, 1,8 cineole, has an expectorant effect (Ulmer and Schott 1991 cited by Bowles 2003). Tea Tree essential oil and terpinen-4-ol can suppress histamine release and cytokine production, which cause allergic symptoms (Brand et al.2002; Koh et al. 2002). This may in turn help prevent bronchoconstriction in cases of allergy. See also antispasmodic.
Immunostimulant: Tea Tree’s main actions—antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antiallergy—combine to create good immune system support.
Vasodilator: See also antispasmodic. Terpinen-4-ol induces smooth muscle relaxation resulting in hypotensive effects (Lahlou et al. 2003)."
(These notes are copied from my Aromatherapy course via Aromahead Institute!)
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