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Clear up boils FAST!

by Angela S.

November 2010

Just put a few drops of tea tree essential oil on them a couple times a day, and be boil free within a few days. My family has struggled with MRSA boils a few times and we have tried everything including oral antibiotics. My 7 year old came up with a boil a few weeks ago and I could tell by the hard core developing in the center and the amount of pain he was is in, that it was probably a MRSA boil. I just rubbed the essential oil on his sore for 2 days and the hard core in the middle just disintegrated, and the redness went away. I was amazed at how quickly this worked! I wish I would have thought of it sooner! It would have saved us a lot of grief!

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