A couple of years ago I stumbled on Tea Tree Oil. I purchased a book called First Aid Handbook: 101 Plus Ways to Use Tea Tree Oil. I bought a bottle of the oil and began to be amazed at how well it worked for the things it claimed. The book was written by Cynthia Olsen. For many of the uses, it is mixed with things like olive oil, aloe vera, soap and other ingredients. For most uses it can be used full strength. It comes from a tree that is a member of the laurel family. It is scientifically known as the Melaleuca alternifolia tree. Some of the uses listed in the book are as follows: head lice, acne, ear aches, dry scalp, canker sores, sore gums, bad breath, sore throat, laryngitis, eczema, hives, ringworm, warts, athlete's foot, blisters, nail infections, hemorrhoids, aromatherapy, chicken pox, diaper rash, insect bites, sunburn, humidifier additive, insect repellant, disinfectant and many, many more. It's an all natural product to use as an alternative to over the counter and prescriptions for common problems.
This is one source for her book.