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Amazon, Bad, and Cats: ashley Follow ashley bene read & rt if you have a pup!! Amazon '11令 2:16 PM 2 hrs WARNING! Saturday night I got home late and my dog didn't recognize me. Being a nanny I thought I woke him up and he was having a night terror. Sunday he was still acting weird. I realized I had been running my new diffuser and decided to turn it off. Sunday afternoon he was feeling better. Today at work my dog sitter said he wouldn't come out from beneath the bed (very odd behavior for this happy guy). I came home from work early and again he was very confused about who I was so I took him to emergency. Turns out the tea tree oil I was using in the diffuser is toxic for dogs. I didn't even put on his body. Thankfully tests show that his liver is okay but we aren't out of the woods yet. It is a full 72 hours after exposure. He was given fluids under his skin to try to clear out the toxins. The vet and poison control say they are seeing more and more of these cases as the popularity of essential oils is growing. Please be sure the essential oils you are using are not toxic for dogs or cats (you can find a list online... turns out tea tree is one of the worst). I am very upset so I would appreciate it if people didn't condemn me as a bad puppy mommy, but I wanted to share as to not have anybody else's babies go through this. Brandon Evers @BrandonEvrs Follow Tea tree oils are toxic for pets! For dogs: Clove Garlic Juniper Rosemary Tea Tree Thyme Wintergreen For cats: Cassia Cinnamon Citrus Clove Eucalyptus Lemon Lavender Peppermint Spruce Tea Tree Thyme ashley @ashley_benel read & rt if you have a pup!! 12:38 PM-2 Aug 2018 18,360 Retweets 16,881 Likes imfemalewarrior: sokerikeiju: gahdamnpunk: PLUS!!: Toxic for rabbits: Anise, Clove, Oregano, Tea Tree, Wintergreen Safe for rabbits: Lavender, lemon, orange, fennel,  eucalyptus and peppermint, all should be diluted with water! I’ve posted this once or twice but this is important info 💕 For pet owners following me! -FemaleWarrior

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Amazon, Bad, and Cats: ashley Follow ashley bene read & rt if you have a pup!! Amazon '11令 2:16 PM 2 hrs WARNING! Saturday night I got home late and my dog didn't recognize me. Being a nanny I thought I woke him up and he was having a night terror. Sunday he was still acting weird. I realized I had been running my new diffuser and decided to turn it off. Sunday afternoon he was feeling better. Today at work my dog sitter said he wouldn't come out from beneath the bed (very odd behavior for this happy guy). I came home from work early and again he was very confused about who I was so I took him to emergency. Turns out the tea tree oil I was using in the diffuser is toxic for dogs. I didn't even put on his body. Thankfully tests show that his liver is okay but we aren't out of the woods yet. It is a full 72 hours after exposure. He was given fluids under his skin to try to clear out the toxins. The vet and poison control say they are seeing more and more of these cases as the popularity of essential oils is growing. Please be sure the essential oils you are using are not toxic for dogs or cats (you can find a list online... turns out tea tree is one of the worst). I am very upset so I would appreciate it if people didn't condemn me as a bad puppy mommy, but I wanted to share as to not have anybody else's babies go through this. Brandon Evers @BrandonEvrs Follow Tea tree oils are toxic for pets! For dogs: Clove Garlic Juniper Rosemary Tea Tree Thyme Wintergreen For cats: Cassia Cinnamon Citrus Clove Eucalyptus Lemon Lavender Peppermint Spruce Tea Tree Thyme ashley @ashley_benel read & rt if you have a pup!! 12:38 PM-2 Aug 2018 18,360 Retweets 16,881 Likes gahdamnpunk: PLUS!!: Toxic for rabbits: Anise, Clove, Oregano, Tea Tree, Wintergreen Safe for rabbits: Lavender, lemon, orange, fennel,  eucalyptus and peppermint, all should be diluted with water!

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Amazon, Bad, and Cats: ashley Follow ashley bene read & rt if you have a pup!! Amazon '11令 2:16 PM 2 hrs WARNING! Saturday night I got home late and my dog didn't recognize me. Being a nanny I thought I woke him up and he was having a night terror. Sunday he was still acting weird. I realized I had been running my new diffuser and decided to turn it off. Sunday afternoon he was feeling better. Today at work my dog sitter said he wouldn't come out from beneath the bed (very odd behavior for this happy guy). I came home from work early and again he was very confused about who I was so I took him to emergency. Turns out the tea tree oil I was using in the diffuser is toxic for dogs. I didn't even put on his body. Thankfully tests show that his liver is okay but we aren't out of the woods yet. It is a full 72 hours after exposure. He was given fluids under his skin to try to clear out the toxins. The vet and poison control say they are seeing more and more of these cases as the popularity of essential oils is growing. Please be sure the essential oils you are using are not toxic for dogs or cats (you can find a list online... turns out tea tree is one of the worst). I am very upset so I would appreciate it if people didn't condemn me as a bad puppy mommy, but I wanted to share as to not have anybody else's babies go through this. Brandon Evers @BrandonEvrs Follow Tea tree oils are toxic for pets! For dogs: Clove Garlic Juniper Rosemary Tea Tree Thyme Wintergreen For cats: Cassia Cinnamon Citrus Clove Eucalyptus Lemon Lavender Peppermint Spruce Tea Tree Thyme ashley @ashley_benel read & rt if you have a pup!! 12:38 PM-2 Aug 2018 18,360 Retweets 16,881 Likes gahdamnpunk: PLUS!!: Toxic for rabbits: Anise, Clove, Oregano, Tea Tree, Wintergreen Safe for rabbits: Lavender, lemon, orange, fennel,  eucalyptus and peppermint, all should be diluted with water!

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Tumblr, Blog, and Good: <p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165787699463/thetoxicginger-polar-solstice" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://thetoxicginger.tumblr.com/post/165786128202/polar-solstice-nightkunoichi-a-friendly" class="tumblr_blog">thetoxicginger</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://polar-solstice.tumblr.com/post/165784382364/nightkunoichi-a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put" class="tumblr_blog">polar-solstice</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://nightkunoichi.tumblr.com/post/165783894498/a-friendly-reminder-not-to-put-undiluted-essential" class="tumblr_blog">nightkunoichi</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops.</p></blockquote> <p>Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS.</p> </blockquote> <p><a href="https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp">https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp</a></p> <p><br/></p> <p>This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. </p> </blockquote> <p>reblogging for the reference!</p> </blockquote>

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Animals, Children, and Definitely: dxmedstudent: meatball-surgeon: gehayi: taigas-den: howtoimpersonateanadult: nightkunoichi: thetoxicginger: polar-solstice: nightkunoichi: A friendly reminder not to put undiluted essential oils on your skin. My mint essential oil ate through this styrofoam cup in aroun 20-30 mins when i got pulled away before i diluted it. And it was only about 4-5 drops. Someone once bought me undiluted tea tree oil facial pads and told me to put undiluted tea tree oil on my face as an acne treatment, and I had to show her that it stripped the paint off metal with no scrubbing before she realized why that was a terrible idea. DILUTE. YOUR. OILS. https://www.aromaweb.com/articles/dilutingessentialoils.asp This is a good website that explains in more depth why you don’t use raw essential oil on skin and how to dilute it with a proper “carriers” ie. Lotions, veg/coconut/ect oils and others. A good rule of thumb thought is to use a carrier that isn’t water and low viscosity. Also don’t use essential oils then go into the sun wait about 30-40 mins to adsorbed into the skin because it will boil/fry your skin. reblogging for the reference! Also don’t put undiluted oils in a container other than the one they came in, or a different one made for that purpose. Many essential oils deteriorate in light, which is why they come in dark bottles. People always are saying to put undiluted tea tree oil on dogs as a natural flea and tick treatment. Please don’t. Their skin peels like ours does I have a scar on my left arm due to essential oils. A colleague at work was selling them and insisted that essential oils couldn’t hurt anyone. For the record, it burned me like it was acid. PLEASE don’t leave essential oils where kids can get at them! They’re horribly corrosive, and very toxic even in small doses. Sincerely, an emergency doc who has seen too many kids who drank the stuff. Completely agree. Just because they are ‘natural’, does not mean they are safe. Because they are NOT natural in the form that is sold. They are highly concentrated forms of chemicals found in much smaller quantities in nature. The concentrated stuff is only ever meant to be used diluted, and as directed. Having had to look them up on toxbase whilst I was a paeds doc, I definitely recommend keeping them well out of the reach of children and animals.

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Ali, Facebook, and Memes: DID YOU KNOW? FRANKINCENSE TREATS CANCER THEY FUMIGATED THEIR HOUSES WITH THYME AND FRANKINCENSE THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD PBUH IG FB HOLISTIC ALI CCANCER IT HELPS RELIEVE CHRONIC STRESS AND ANXIETY REDUCING PAIN AND INFLAMMATIONA BOOSTING IMMUNITY AND EVEN POTENTIALLY HELPING TO FIGHT CANCER Follow ➡️ @holisticali Skin Remedies: You can use frankincense oil, to treat wounds especially tetanus infections. In case of a bleeding cut or injury, this oil with its coagulant properties can help to stop excessive bleeding. It can also be used to treat inflammatory skin conditions like acne. It also works great for natural skin care and helps to reduce scars and blemishes. Urinary Problems Remedy: As already mentioned above, it helps in treating urinary conditions. To use it as a remedy for urinary problems, add 8 - 10 drops of frankincense to the bath water. For Meditation: Burn frankincense resin while mediating. It will help to deepen your meditation. Cysts Removal: Tea tree oil and frankincense oil have been used for ages to treat cysts. Take 2 drops of tea tree oil and 2 drops of frankincense oil and add 20 drops of olive oil to this mix. Apply this mix twice in a day to the cyst using a cotton bud. Within few weeks the cysts will shrink and eventually disappear. For Headache: When suffering from a headache rub a drop of frankincense oil to each temple. Within few minutes you will relax and find relief from headache. You can also put few drops of frankincense on the pillow to help you relax and sleep better. Lung Congestion: Dilute frankincense oil with a carrier oil and apply it to your throat and chest area. If you can tolerate it then apply a bit to the forehead and nose area too. This will help to get rid of lung congestion and stuffy nose. SOURCE: http:-ohsohalal.com.au-index.php?route=blog-article&article_id=57 There is a weak Hadith related to Prophet Muhammad pbuh which says "Fumigate your houses with Lubaan (Frankincense) and Sa'atar (Thyme)". But it was reported that once a man complained to Ali Radi Allaho Anh that he forgets, so the 4th Caliph said to him, "Resort to the Lubaan, because it strengthens the heart and removes forgetfulness". SOURCE: http:-www.tibbenabawi.org-index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=171&Itemid=202 SOURCE: https:-draxe.com-what-is-frankincense- HolisticAli Frankincense Boswelia Cancer IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

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Being Alone, Bodies , and Fire: KIC STA 10 Here's a salutary lesson for anyone who uses Original Source mint and tea tree shower gel for the first time. It's pretty strong stuff. How strong? THIS strong. I Know, I Need To Stop Talking Yesterday at 2:35am Um, Original Source.. can we talk? I'd like to take you back to around 6.45am this morning, when I stepped into my bath, and found that my usual, rather innocuous bottle of shower gel (Waitrose essentials, Rose) had run out. A tad irritating, but fortuitously, I had a solution close to hand. A brand new, unopened bottle of your very own Mint and Tea Tree Shower Gel. My bodily cleanliness was assured once more. I breathed a sigh of relief I took the Mint and Tea Tree Shower Gel and began to work it into a lather I applied it to first one leg, then the other, and shaved them diligently (Yes, feel free to be impressed at my commitment to body defoliation at 6.45am on a Wednesday morning. I was too.) So far, so good. I washed my arms and shaved underneath them. I washed my neck, breasts, stomach and back. Thus far, it had been a positively first class bathing experience. And then. AND THEN. Oh. Dear, God. MY VAGINA WAS ABLAZE "MY FUCKING FLAPS!!!!" For a moment, I wasn't entirely sure what had happened. Had I repeated the never to be forgotten error when I managed to apply hair removal cream which was strictly not for front bottoms to my front bottom? Had a stray spark inadvertently set light to my pubic thatch? BECAUSE IT FUCKING FELT LIKE IT Yes, Original Source, your innocuous looking green bottle of so called shower gel, it turns out, is an absolute fucking liability. MY FLAPS WERE ON FUCKING FIRE. I had a quick look at the ingredients list to see if it contained gasoline. It did not. There was a warning though. 'KEEP AWAY FROM EYES. Keep away from eyes? KEEP AWAY FROM EYES? Franky my eyes were the least of my problems right now. I frantically scrubbed my flaps, which by now felt as though they were being ceremoniously scrubbed by ants wearing ice skates laced with chilli sauce. 7,929 tingling leaves' claimed the front of the bottle. Tingling? TINGLING? This wasn't tingling my minge. It was starting a fucking bush fire down there. (Pun entirely intended. You can thank me later.) Some twelve hours later, my front bottom has finally calmed down, though may well be suffering from as yet unconfirmed PTSD. My eyes have eventually stopped watering. And so, in the interests of public safety, I thought I would pen you this missive. May I suggest a rebranding of the front of your bottles of Mint and Tea Tree Shower Gel? Something along the lines of the following: 7,927 tingling leaves which will accost your genitalia until it screams for mercy If nothing else, it will certainly stand out on the shelf Anyways, thanks for brightening up my morning. And my front bottom, which has never been so lively Kisses, IKINTST xxx She's not the alone one to have had such an experience. Mary E Sparrow We have a bottle of this and I made the same mistake! And then to add fuel to the fire, shaved my delicate area! My husband and our son also made the mistake of applying it to their bobby danglers and let's just say their golden balls shot back up inside their bodies and didn't come out again for days!!! So we feel your pain and reading this I cried laughing, partly in mirth and partly discomfort at the memory Wendy Tinsley I'm assuming its a similar sensation to when your dick of a Husband replaces the andrex bum wipes with flash lemon fresh wipes... Was like my minnie has been dipped Fiona Neale I used this on my little boy when he was tiny, didn't think about the effects. As soon as I had scrubbed him clean he announced that his winky had pins and needles'. He sat for an hour with a cold flannel on him and still likes to remind me of his trauma Of couse there must be someone like it Kirren Gumbo Summers I find it quite refreshing, V especially if used to clean your ring, it's like having a midget that's eaten extra strong mints, blow on your rusty bullet hole all day- most welcome in the midst of summer Woman’s hilarious ‘flaps on fire’ rant goes viral after using Original Source mint shower gel
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