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Tea Tree Suppository

Postby TeaTreeSuperfan » 27 Aug 2022, 06:13

These suppositories are meant to be used vaginally, but I have been using them for over 10 years and they work wonders.

Before you ask, no, I have not had to use them continuously for 10 years. In fact, they regularly work so well for me that I need to toss part of a box when they expire.

I’ve tried a lot of things and for me, they don’t sting, they provide immediate pain relief (especially if chilled in the fridge), and they give a lot of peace of mind about cleanliness since tea tree has antiseptic qualities.

Going through my first bad flare in 7 years and after a few days of suffering on a camping trip I dove over an hour to pick these up. 3 days later and I’m doing a lot better.

I hope this can help someone.
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Re: Tea Tree Suppository

Postby misterouch » 21 Sep 2022, 23:13

good to know, thanks for sharing
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