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The amazing uses of coconut oil
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Jess Miller is a loving mother that wants to help other parents by giving them helpful parenting tips and reviewing the best products for their children to save them time， money， and hassle.
Loved the article， My only problem is the brand you recommend is USA specific and I live in the UK.
I have actually received a few emails about this. I keep hearing good things about Biona Organic coconut oil.
I love all of the recommendations for coconut oil. I am going to do my best to use all the ones that apply to me. And furthermore thank you for posting the article it was very helpful and I hope to read some other articles from you again.
Great article， I had no idea there were so many uses for coconut oil.
I had a sinus infection. I couldn’；t clear it with a salt water nettypersonalized new baby gifts， so I used coconut oil. It hurt going through but within 4 days it was gone. It was a miracle!
That’；s great to hear Alana!
I might have to add that coconut oil sinus infection treatment to the list!
Also， when you do oil pulling， the coconut oil helps with sinus infection. I have chronic sinusitis and oil pulling helps keep the inflammation down. I can breath much easier. Just another perk to oil pulling.
Thanks for reading!
I would like to include coconut oil in my cat’；s diet . How many drops should I put in her food？
I gradually introduced coconut oil to my cats diet. I started with 1/4 of a teaspoon mixed through the foodand slowly worked my way up to a whole teaspoon.
Just wanted to add that my house recently got infested with bird mites， they love to crawl in the lashes， ears， nostrils into sinus cavity and disgustingly enough your genitals and rectum. So I did research and some said put coconut oil in all these areas， it will actually suffocate the mites as they crawl through it so then they die off. It truly does work!!!! I am now going to add to my diet to get rid of any residue they may have left in my body!
Until I read this I had no idea that bird mites existed or were so awful. I think you have just given me a new biggest fear. I will definitely remember that coconut oil is great for suffocating them! Thank you very much for the advice.
This site is amazing. I have been using coconut oil for last 3mths and with some great benefits. I am a meniere’；s/vertigo sufferer for last 4 years and lost my job cause of this illness. No medication of any type worked at all for me. I started using coconut oil for health purposes but realized( this is fact for me) that I am now getting less attacks of severe meniere’；s， they were so bad that i ended up in hospital on few occasions as my blood pressure dropped and the vomiting would not stop very dark place this is for me. My attacks would come every 2 a month but take the guts of 3weeks to come back to normal， so no sooner are you recovered and your next attack is on the way…； Now i have noticed that i get the sensation of an attack with the sick feeling but dont get an actual attack which is heaven for me just heaven. And im putting this down to coconut oil，i take 3 tsp a day morn late afternoon and nite. This didn’；t happen until the second month of taking the coconut oil. If anyone wants to google meniere’；s you will see exactly how it affects the body its to deppressing for me to explain it so i leave it up to anyone that wants to google for themselves.
I am 68 fit and active. I had to have a circumcision about ten years ago.For the last couple of years I get some itching and dryness along the circumcision scar.Could you tell me would this oil help eleviate my symptoms？Kindest regardsKen
Unfortunately this would have to be something you would have to experiment with. I do not have experience with this scenario (I sort of have the wrong equipment if you get what I mean). Coconut oil should not further irritate your scar， I would definitely give it a go before trying more invasive creams.
Great helps alot .thank u
I also have just started using coconut oil. I mainly needed a new nightly cream and decided to try the coconut oil， it works so great! Now I am trying it on my teeth and it seems to be do the job. I also had a jar of the refined and I actually cleaned my leather shoes with that worked like a charm. Will looking into some more of your helpful hints. Thanks
Glad to hear you are having success with coconut oil. It really does seem to be a universal tool， I hope you continue to see success as you explore the other uses in this list!
Keep being awesome!
Can I use this on my furniture to get rid of fleas？ How bad of a mess would it be on fabric？
I would be particularly careful with applying anything that is an oil to any type of fabric and probably wouldn’；t recommend it. If you really want to go this route I would spot test the coconut oil in an inconspicuous area first.
Keep being awesome!
i have a goat with very dry red patches on her skin can I give her coconut oil and how much
Unfortunately goats are not really my area of expertise， while baby goats are called kids， it’；s human kids that I am more knowledgable about.
This sounds to me like something you would have to discuss with an expert. While coconut oil definitely wont cause any harm， it is possible that the dry red patches are something more serious that need professional attention.
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