Neem oil is a naturally occuring compound made from the neem tree that is grown in India. It controls numerous diseases as well as insects. Neem oil is a broad spectrum insecticide, fungicide and miticide. Tea tree oil has a long history of traditional use. Australian aboriginals used tea tree leaves for healing skin cuts, burns, and infections by crushing the leaves and applying them to the affected area. Tea tree oil has been found to have antiseptic, antifungal and antimicrobial activity. Echinacea, the purple coneflower, is the best known and researched herb for stimulating the immune system. This herb has an impressive record in treating wounds, skin regeneration, skin infections, and inflammatory skin conditions (external use). Echinacea facilitates wound healing and anti-inflammatory effects make it useful externally against inflammatory skin conditions. Stimulates new tissue growth for wound healing. Reduces inflammation in inflammatory skin conditions. Mild antibiotic action, bacteriostatic, anti-viral and anti-fungal. Inhibits the bacterial enzyme hyaluronidase, to help prevent bacterial access to healthy cells. Echinacea has an excellent safety record and there is no known toxicity.