Using Tea Tree Oil for Yeast Infection Natural Remedy

Using Tea Tree Oil for Yeast Infection Natural Remedy


Using tea tree oil for yeast infection remedy tea tree oil for yeast infection might
still be debated but the fact of it is already spread out if you’re curious
about it have you ever heard about the function of tea tree oil to cure the
acne and acne scars based on its ability tea tree oil is trusted to kill the
bacteria and one of the bacteria is Canada it is a kind of fungi but with
the one of tea tree oil components canada can be killed very well by this
method how it works tea tree oil contains terpening it kills the fungus that caused the
yeast infection and it also contains gamma terpening an alpha terminating it
inhibits the growth of candida albicans it restores the bodies balance of good
and bad bacteria because of the tea tree oil ability and reducing inflammation in
addition tea tree oil has antimicrobial antifungal and antibacterial agents that
help to treat yeast infection one important agent is tea tree oil has
many therapeutic agents and can eliminate the large number of
microorganisms how to use tea tree oil for yeast infection using tea tree for
yeast infection is simple you just need to mix it with baking soda baking soda
will help you to restore the skin’s pH balance and reduce the itching burning
and swelling you need to add a cup of baking soda and 10 drops of tea tree oil
on your shallow sitz bath and put the water over the bath get in and soak for
20 minutes Ryan with plain water and dry it using a
towel repeated until the infection subsides you also can mix the tea tree
oil with apple cider vinegar and take a bath with it another method is by a mix a tablespoon
of baking soda with four drops of tea tree oil and sufficient amount of water
apply it on the East infected area and leave for three to seven minutes wash it with water and apply regularly
you also can mix the tea tree oil with isopropyl import into a dropper bottle
mix 10 drops of this solution with a pint of water you can use it as a douche
once a day for a week you also can mix a drop of tea tree oil
and lavender oil plus a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar stir well mix into
cups of warm water pour the solution in a douche bag and shake well you can use
this dish once a day to clear the infection of the East tea tree oil for
yeast infection can be mixed to another home remedy in this case you need to be
diligent and patient to apply it every day until you get free from the
infection you do not need to worry about the side
effects come or if you use it in the wrong dosage you will not get any
resistance therefore you can use it as the prevention or as the treatment keep
the infected area dry and watch your hygiene can avoid this infection to come thank you for watching please subscribe our channel to stay up to date with our
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Salt: for Ear Infection

Salt: for Ear Infection


How to use salt to for ear infections. 1. If you are suffering with pain from an ear
infection, you can use heated salt as a natural remedy. 2. In order to do this, you will need coarse
sea or rock salt. Do not use table salt, as this will not work. 3. Add 2 cups of salt to a pan, and heat for
about 5 minutes. Be sure to keep this completely dry. 4. Carefully place the heated salt in a plain
white sock, or tea towel. Tie the ends so that the salt can’t escape. 5. Place the sock or towel against the ear, also
pressing against the jaw bone. Be careful not to burn yourself. 6. Dab around the jaw until the pain disappears. The skin may become red due to the heat, this
is fine but do not burn yourself. 7. The salt works well in radiating the heat. This works as an anti-inflammatory reducing
pain, and reducing fluid build-up behind the ear drum. 8. You can reheat the sock or cloth as many times
as you need to. In order to boost recovery time of your infection,
please see our other health videos for natural remedies. 9. Always be careful when using this method on
children, as they have sensitive skin which may burn faster. Thank you very much for listening, a like
is always appreciated and remember to subscribe for more healthy videos, I wish you great
health, wealth and happiness.

Termite Ventilation System

Termite Ventilation System


The building is made from concrete slabs and brick Just like the soil, inside the termite mound These materials have a high thermal mass Which means they can absorb a lot of heat Without really changing temperature The exterior of the building is prickly like a cactus By increasing the amount of surface area Heat loss is improved at night While heat gain is reduced during the day Inside the building, low-power fans Pulling cool night air from outside And disperse it throughout the seven floors The concrete blocks absorb the cold insulating The building and chilling the circulating air When the morning comes and temperatures rise Warm air is vented up through the ceiling And released by the chimneys Thanks to this innovative design Temperatures inside stay at comfortable 82 degrees During the day and 57 degrees at night

EpestSolutions: Termidor SC Termite and Ant Control

EpestSolutions: Termidor SC Termite and Ant Control


Hi, I am Jeff with ePest Solutions. Today we are going to talk about Termidor
SC. This is a product made by BASF, it is the
most popular insecticide and termiticide on the market. It’s very easy to use. This 20 ounce bottle is going to yield 25
gallons of finished solution. Very easy to measure, and it comes in what
is called a ‘tip and pour’ and bottle. So what you’re going to do is when this seal
has been broken, you put the lid back on, shake this, tip it over, set it down, it’s
going to level itself off at that line which is 8/10 of an ounce – that’s going to make
one gallon of finished solution. So you mix this with one gallon of water. This is for exterior applications, it’s a
non-repellent product. So what that means is ants and termites, roaches,
things of that nature, cannot detect this product. So when applied as a perimeter spray around
the building or a house, this is going to eradicate current infestations of ants or
roaches that are traveling to and from the structure. And also, when applied as a termiticide, this
is going to eradicate and prevent infestations of termites. This has the ability, when applied as termiticde,
to last as long as 10 years. This is a product that I use often, every
week, if not every day. I highly recommend this product. We always have it in stock, so order it today,
we’ll get it shipped to you today; if it is ordered late, then it will get out the next
day.

John Cena Eats BUGS?! 🐛 & More 5th Grader Surprises! | Nick

John Cena Eats BUGS?! 🐛 & More 5th Grader Surprises! | Nick


Are you challenging me to a dare? Insects, uh… freak me out. [screaming] And here’s our host, John Cena! [cheering] Oh, yeah! [screaming] [cheering] Hey everybody! Alright! Enough of this, alright. Oh! We have peroxide, we have yeast,
we have Quinn, we have science! – Let’s do this!
– Pour the yeast into the peroxide. – Really quick.
– Woo! So… science. Science is happening, ohh! Science! You’ve done it.
You’ve created a monster reaction! Through the power of science! – Science!
– To science! Colin is a wrestler. OK! Alright! Now, I would like to give you
a chance at a WWE style entrance. – Would you be up for something like this?
– Yes. OK, you run over there and in
a few seconds give me your best entrance. Ladies and gentlemen, Colin! [crowd cheering] We are excited to go into 2nd grade. Principal Ryan, you interact with
your students in a unique way. – Yes.
– Tell me about this. We do a lot of crazy dares at my school. – Crazy dares? I love crazy dares.
– Yes, I ate some insects. Uh… what? I ate some insects. What does that even look like? I think we should try some. Are you challenging me to a dare? Ew! – I’m gonna let you go first.
– OK. Aw… Oh, no! Oh, that was good.
That was good. I’m gonna throw up. You’re a big guy,
so you might need to… Every pound of me is frightened and… Eat it! Eat it! Eat it! Eat it! – Eat it!
– Insects, uh… freak me out. But you know what,
I am facing my fears. Here’s to your performance on the show. [crowd cheering] Pick the ingredient
you can add to vinegar to produce a chemical reaction
that produces carbon dioxide gas. Before you answer, I got something extra cool to show you. It’s our beautiful Are You Smarter
Than a 5th Grader volcano! [cheering] Right now, it appears to be a dormant
vegetative-covered hill, with beautiful puffy clouds,
but if you pick the right solution, it could be an erupting volcano. [cheering] – What do you think?
– I’m going to lock in a peek. Locking in the peek. So Cooper, what did you have
as an answer? Well, I got B. The way I remember it is basically
if you switch the H and the C, it would be ‘Nacho’ with a 3. And I know that that is baking soda. And when you put baking soda
into vinegar, it starts fizzing up – and it produces carbon dioxide.
– Yeah! OK. [crowd cheering] I like your explanation of
your answer, you know why? – Why?
– Nachos are my favorite food, brother. Alright Coop, come on over.
Let’s do some science. [cheering] Sister Mary Jo locked in B,
based on a nacho philosophy. Let’s see if it’s ‘nacho’ average volcano. [laughing] – Nice!
– Go for it. We have foamy lava! The answer is correct! [cheering] Alright, Alright! You see Elvis.
You see the face of the king! What are you gonna do to the king? [cheering] Hey! Hey!
Put it right here! Put it right here! [screaming] Ah! [moaning] Oh! Hey! I am not good. Alright, ding, ding, ding, ding,
ding, ding, round, round. Woo! Topic: animal science. Before I ask you this 3rd grade question,
I am going to need a helper. Hm… got an idea, hold on. Oh my… Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh! Oh, no! I am afraid for my life right now. [laughing] Saya, would you like to come
say hello to my friend, Zigzag? Saya, our resident snake expert. I’m so scared right now. – Legitimately scared.
– It’s alright, it won’t bite you. I don’t believe you.

Jasper and Errol Get Bug Facials | JASPER & ERROL’S FIRST TIME

Jasper and Errol Get Bug Facials | JASPER & ERROL’S FIRST TIME


I’m so done with you,
dude. Get that shit
out of here. I’m Diana Terranova,
and I’m here to lead you through your facial
experience today. What’s my name?
-Diana. -Diana.
-What’s my name? -Diana.
-Diana. -I said, “What’s my name?”
-Ow, what the fuck? What’s my name? I didn’t know I signed up
for this shit. Diana, Diana, is —
Your name is Diana. I’m so sorry. You guys, I’m so sorry.
I forgot to tell you. When you slap somebody, it increases the blood
flow to their skin. Oh. I have some rules.
-Mm-hmm. We’re gonna keep it still,
so no flailing about ’cause you don’t want to squish
any of these beauties. Ohhh. Oh, my God.
Oh, oh. I think you should
close your eyes. -Okay.
-And there. Ohh.
This will help you
to be one with the snails. Okay.
Snail facials are so popular
all over Asia… -Ew.
-…and the truth is that mucus from snails
contains glycoprotein. Oh, God. They charge up to $200 for these
cute little guys’ face cream. It’s amazing.
-That is amazing. -What?
-Mm, my lip. -What?
-My lip. I don’t know where the one
that was on my face went. Shh,
he wants you to be silent. Please don’t put it
on my mouth. -Silence.
-Okay. So we need to take it up
to the next level. -Ah.
-Are you kidding? -Yes.
-Ah, shit. -Why are you laughing?
-I’m not. These beautiful creatures
are whiptail scorpions, to stimulate your essence.
-Oh. I don’t know
if I can do it. I’m very ticklish. I don’t want to jump up,
and this tickles. This is there.
I’m about to jump up
if he get in the armpit. I’m gonna jump up. I don’t want to jump up
and kill nobody. No, if he goes in the armpit,
he gonna tickle me. -Mm.
-I’m about to fucking jump up. -Get them off —
-You’re gonna what? -I —
-No, you’re not. -Okay, you’re right.
-No, you’re not. You’re right.
I’m not gonna do anything.
You’re not keeping it together. -Ah!
-I’m so confused. I don’t know what to do. It’s okay. Ah.
Ah, no. Ah, oh, God.
Oh, God. Ah!
-I feel okay. -Geez.
-See, it’s working. Oh, no.
What are you doing? You like that? Good job, keep going. No, please, stop.
I can’t move. I’m gonna eat that box
like it’s shrimp. Gentlemen, with the walk
of the beautiful orb-weaver… Long as
you don’t put it on me. …I’m gonna join all seven
of your chakras together. Okay? Yes.
-I don’t — oh. -Yes.
-Ah. It’s a spider. Join all seven of your chakras
together. -Okay.
-Oh, yeah. -Ah!
-Bring them on. -There you go.
-Ah! Why don’t you put it
on the nipple? Here we go, yes,
on your way. Oh, my God. I’m getting eaten alive. They’re making webs. They all love you. It’s in my armpit. -Yay.
-Ah! But after this,
I very much hope that your seven chakras
will have been cleansed. See,
now we’re all joined. We’re all part
of one big web. [ Laughs ] I can’t
not laugh at that. -We are now one.
-That’s great.

Scouting for Insects Can Help Farmers Prevent Problems

Scouting for Insects Can Help Farmers Prevent Problems


[Tifton, GA / Damon Jones – Reporting]
It’s said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That’s why scouting your fields for any potential
pest problems early on is so important, as it can save you plenty of money and headaches
in the long run. [Mark Abney – Peanut Entomologist, UGA]
There’s no way to know what’s happening in the field if you don’t go in the field and
look. And our growers are, farming is a very busy
business and they are doing a lot and it’s really important for most growers that they
hire a scout to do that for them because most growers don’t have the time. But I definitely like to see a grower or a
scout in the field the first 14 days after planting. [Philip Roberts – Cotton Entomologist]
You know, we don’t want insects to be a yield limiting factor in our crops. At the same time, we don’t want to overspend
in terms of applying pesticides when we don’t need to. [Damon]
With all the input costs that go into growing a crop, farmers might be tempted to scale
back their time and money commitment to scouting. And that can lead to some common mistakes
that will cause long term problems. [Mark]
It’s not okay to say, well, I’ve got 100 acres and check one field, then treat them all the
same. It’ just doesn’t work that way and we’re going
to spend money we don’t need to spend and we’re going to miss pest problems if we do
it like that. We really need to put boots in every field. [Phillip]
The main point is that they do it on a regular basis. We recommend at least once per week. If we knew when problems were coming, it wouldn’t
be necessary. But, it’s important that we look in each and
every field at least once per week. [Mark]
A lot of our pest problems start of field edges and move into the field from there. So, if you’re not walking the whole field,
that’s a big issue that especially people who aren’t professional scouts tend to make
that mistake. But I think the main thing is get in the field. If you’re going to do it yourself, don’t neglect
it. You’ve got to do it. And it takes time, and to do it right it takes
a fair amount of time and that’s why we tend to hire people to do it. But if you’re going to do it yourself, you’ve
just got to set aside time and then actually go do it. Don’t put it aside thinking, I’ve got more
important things to do. [Damon]
While no pests should be ignored, there is one particular on cotton growers should be
on the lookout for this year. [Phillip]
We really want to encourage farmers to keep a close eye on corn ear worm. That’s primarily going to happen when cotton
begins to bloom. There’s been a problem with BT cotton performance
in other parts of the country. [Damon]
And even though they were more of a problem two years ago, farmers should still be very
wary of potential white fly problems. [Phillip]
After what we experienced in 2017 with white flies, you know, white flies are still on
all of our minds and we’re very observant for them. You know, it’s very important even detecting
just a few white flies is important for us to make a mental note of. [Damon]
As for the peanut crop, one pest in particular could be widespread considering all the warm,
dry weather during planting season. [Mark]
The big thing that’s come on in the last couple of weeks is an insect called the lesser corn
stalk bore and that is the most important insect pest that we deal with in the southeast
on peanuts. It’s a hot, dry weather pest and with the
weather we had at the end of May and first of June is absolutely perfect for lesser corn
stalk bore infestations. [Damon]
Reporting from Tifton, I’m Damon Jones for the Farm Monitor.

Insect Collecting Basics For Kids (Ep 2)

Insect Collecting Basics For Kids (Ep 2)


Here lie the trophies of some of the great
hunters of the past. They walk beneath our feet, fly above our heads and cross our paths.
If one desires to find these treasures he need not look far, but right in front of him.
He shall cast in his net and become an Insect Hunter. Hey everybody today’s episode is about collecting. First off in the show Titus will tell us all
we need to know about collecting equipment and then we’re going to go to the field where
David will teach us how to collect. Then we’ll wrap up our show with Critical Charles and
Danny Don’t Do giving us some tips. I’m Titus and I’m hear to tell you everything
you need to know about equipment for your insect hunting excursion. A true insect hunter
will get in there get their trophy and prepare it to be preserved for long term storage.
Let’s look at the equipment. One of the tools I highly recommend for insect hunters is a
set of forceps. These are soft touch forceps and great handling those specimens so they’re
in pristine condition when we’re ready to mount ’em. Every insect hunter needs a net.
I really like this model because it’s got this strong cloth and nice mesh at the end
so we can look at our trophies that we’ve caught so far. This kind of net you can purchase
online and find details below or there’s some links down there in our description that will
help you learn how to make one for yourself. Every Insect Hunter absolutely needs a killing
jar. There’s two parts to the killing jar: the
jar and the absorbent material to soak in
those chemicals that’ll knock those insects down fast. You wanna have a good jar so you
can keep going all day long and keep knocking those insects down. Inside of the part that
absorbs the chemical you’ll wanna put some ethyl acetate if you have access to a lab
or you can just use nail polish remover. You wanna make sure there’s plenty of chemical
in your kill jar, not too much, but enough to keep the insects from moving around. Insects
that are moving around could disturb each other and harm your trophies. You wanna have
the best ones you can possibly have. So knock ’em out fast. If you don’t have a kill jar
and don’t have access to purchase one you can make one yourself by looking at the description
below. Another thing you’ll want to do with your kill jar is put some paper towels in
there. It helps absorb some of the chemicals and it also keeps the insects from moving
around too much. Another way to knock ’em down fast is by putting your insects in an
alcohol vial. Just get a small container and fill it with ethanol or rubbing alcohol. Put
the insects in there and they’ll quit moving within minutes. If anybody asks why you’re
carrying around alcohol just tell ’em you’re an insect hunter and send ’em my way. Another
thing you’ll wanna take is a bunch of ziploc bags with you I’ve already labeled mine so
I know exactly which day I caught ’em and where I got ’em at. So what you’ll do is take
a ziploc bag and put a little bit of paper towel in there as welll so you can fit lots
of insects in there without getting disturbed by one another. As a good insect hunter you’ll
wanna have a nice bag that you can keep everything organized in and well maintained. If there’s
one thing I can say about insect hunting the more often you have your equipment with you
the more likely you’ll be able to find some insects. They’re all over the place, so I
say always be prepared. My name’s David and we’re here at the Celery
Bog in Indiana near Lafayette. Today we’re trying to find some of natures most fascinating
creatures, Insects. In order to find insects you must look in various places. The more
places you look the more variety of insects you’ll find. Let’s go and see if we can find
some insects to catch. One of the first places to start looking for insects is on the ground.
Though most of them fly many will possibly live under rocks, logs and other debris which
is on the ground. First we’ll start with this rotting log. Simply lift it up and start to
look underneath for insects. As you can see underneath there’s many types of insects and
other things scurrying around. Sometimes even moving small logs and small rocks will reveal
many insects. A beetle.
One of the techniques you’ll need to learn to master is sweeping. Sweeping is using your
net almost as if it were a broom to capture insects in a motion like this. The key is
to keep the movement going. You’ll place your one hand on the top and one below as if you
were holding a broom. You must keep it moving consistently so insects cannot fly out and
escape. Let’s have a try. Sometimes it takes a while before you’ll find
enough insects. Take your time and keep going. Once you think you’ve got something in your
net slow it down and quickly grab the net at the end to keep the insects inside. You
can look inside of the mesh to see if there’s anything in there worth keeping. Here we have
a small wasp. You’ll want to keep your hands a little ways away in case if they try to
sting you. So now we’re going to take what’s inside and place it into our killing jar.
First of all I like to stabilize this a little bit by placing it between my legs. Now you’ll
open up your killing jar and place your killing jar inside of your net. Now what you’re going
to do is slowly run the net along so that you’re able to get all of the insects into
the jar without them slipping past. You slowly get up to the mesh. Once you are at the mesh
you can take the contents of your net and place them into your jar. Now we’ll place
the top of the killing jar on top and it will stun them after a few moments. After your
insects have been in the kill jar for some time you can remove the lid from the jar.
Now I’m going shake my net to make sure all insects remain in the vial.
And put the lid on top. As you can see we have stunned this wasp. He’s not able to fly
at this moment and now we can leave him in here to die.
One of the ways to capture insects as well is by using your net to capture dragonflies
and other flying insects. You’ll want to get your net over them as fast as possible and
keep it moving and then close it again as we learned just before. Let’s see if we can
have a go at it. You can hear the fluttering of his wings. Here he is inside captured and
safe. Now we’ll just take our killing jar just like we learned earlier to get him into
it so he can be pinned and ready for the collection. Alright!
Greetings my name is Critical Charles. After I’ve finished speaking with you, my brother
Danny Don’t Do will be showing you some things you should not do. To avoid his pitfalls I’ll
be giving you sophisticated advice to help you to become a proper insect hunter. Let’s
have a look.
It is one’s responsibility to take care of nature and put everything back in its proper
place. Don’t use your hands like Danny. You could damage your precious prizes. Take care
of your insects when you’re grabbing them. Using ones hands can also cause damage to
our precious fingers. It’s better off to avoid holding insects because they could sting or
bite us. This could cause one physical pain, but then again there are things worse than
physical pain which cause some of us to suffer such as stupidity. For most common folks there’s an insatiable desire to see everything, but often times
trying to see everything can blind us to our own errors. Make sure you transfer your insects
straight from your net to your jar and keep it closed. That way you don’t lose anything.
Always remember an insect in the net is two in the bush.
One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure, but one man’s property is his private property.
Always remember before entering somebody else’s property to be respectful and ask for permission.
For Danny it’s impossible to avoid risks but for you, you can. So be sure and ask for permission
when in doubt.That is all the criticizing I can do for today. Hopefully through Danny’s
follies you’ve been able to learn a few things that you can avoid.
Thank you for watching another episode the Insect Hunter. Now I think a lot of you are
probably worried right now thinking, “well Titus being an insect hunter is expensive”
and I understand that so that’s why we made another video over here. In that video we’ll
take about killing. It’s one of my favorite episodes. In there I’ll tell you about some
items you can use in your insect hunting excursions to help you out so it’s not expensive. If
you need more info, go down to the description below and you can check out some of our other
pages. Thank you for watching and happy hunting!