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On this forum, I have learned about using oil of oregano, neem and tea tree, among others.  I happened to have some of these and they seem to help (just started).  I mix them in fractionated coconut oil and just rub it on.  (I already had the fco, as its less greasy than regular coconut oil, use on my hair.)  Anyway, it isnt always clear to me how people r using essential oils.  Since OoO can really burn your skin, even when diluted, i wonder whether the people who take it internally have had any stomach issues?  I appreciate all the people who have taken time and effort to be specific about how they use the oils and the regimen that works for them.  Thanks to all on this forum who have come forth to be helpful!

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