Grapefruit Seed Extract for External Use


Ear Cleaning
    Mix 10 drops of grapefruit seed extract well with an e cup of glycerin or oil. Drip several drops of this mixture the ears 1 to 2 times a day. Never put the extract in its full strenth.

Ear aches
    Application as under "Ear Cleaning." The commercial available grapefruit seed extract ear drops can also be us

Inflammation of the Middle Ear (Otitis Media) Use as under "Ear Cleaning". The commercially avail grapefruit seed extract ear drops can also be used. In addition the extract should be used internally.


    Moisten the face, rub about 5 drops of grapefruit seed extract into the moist hands (Never use full strenth), and thoroughly massage into the face it take effect, wash off well, and dab dry. A light tingling of the skin may occur, indicating that the skin has been thoroughly cleansed. If the extract gets into your eyes, wash out very thoroughly with water. A grapefruit seed extract skin cleanser is also advisable. The extract has a lasting antiseptic effect.

    Several drops of grapefruit seed extract added to the shaving lather guarantees immediate antiseptic care of wounds when even the smallest injuries occur during a wet shave. The extract can also be put onto the blade directly. In a diluted form, it may be an interesting addition to aftershave.