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 tisme_susan
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I don't have a pet, but I do use a lot of home made skin care stuff. It may sound odd, but I use home made mayonaise with vitamin D added, for moisteriser, and egg white for a face mask...does wonders for the skin and saves you heaps of money
 mccellia
Joined: 11/11/2006
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Home Remedies for Humans and Animals.
Posted: 2/25/2007 2:59:05 AM
little bit of tea tree oil mixed with a spray bottle full of water, I spray the kids hair when I do their hair in the morning to keep the nits away. It's also good to spray on smelly feet and in smelly shoes.

I use lemon juice to get out any oily stains in kids clothes.

Going to plant garlic around the base of the apple tree this year in an effort to get rid of codlin moth.

Use lavender oil on kids temples when they can't sleep and on mossie bites for itching.
 Akutenshi
Joined: 11/26/2007
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Posted: 3/18/2008 9:01:39 PM
Duct tape fixes EVERYTHING.
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