One of the most syndicated articles I have ever written was an article on the many uses of Tea Tree Oil (technically, Melaleuca Oil) for survival purposes. I know of two sites in particular that repeatedly post an excerpt of my article on their websites and on Facebook ostensibly to increase their fan base.
Flattery aside, I decided it was time to get this popular article back out there myself so that you can read it directly from Backdoor Survival and not from Brand X.
Here is the original article, newly updated, for your education and for your enjoyment!
THE FINAL WORD
From time to time I feature bonus articles that are buried in the Backdoor Survival archives. I hope you enjoy this one.Enjoy your next adventure through common sense and thoughtful preparation! Gaye Click Here To Vote For Me at Top Prepper Websites! If you have not done so already, please be sure to like Facebook which is updated every time there is an awesome new article, news byte, or link to a free survival, prepping or homesteading book on Amazon. You can also follow Backdoor Survival on Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+ and purchase my book, The Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage from Amazon. In addition, when you sign up to receive email updates you will receive a free, downloadable copy of my e-book The Emergency Food Buyer’s Guide. Bargain Bin: Below I present a few related items for your consideration. Spark Naturals Essential Oils: For the best of the best at a reasonable price, I recommend essential oils from Spark Naturals. Their Tea Tree (Malaleuca) essential oil is excellent. If you decide to give Spark Naturals a try, be sure to use the discount code “BACKDOORSURVIVAL” to receive a 10% discount. Now Foods Tea Tree Essential Oil: The NOW brand is very reasonably priced and is readily available. NOW foods also sells a reasonably priced Grape Seed Oil. Fractionated Coconut Carrier Oil: Fractionated Coconut Oil stays liquid, is clear, and is highly stable for use in creams and lotions, and many other cosmetic preparations for skin and hair. It penetrates the skin readily, thus acting as an excellent carrier for essential oils.
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