Tea tree oil is well-known for its powerful antiseptic properties and ability to treat wounds. Tea Tree oil is one of the top of antibacterial essential oil. Tea Tree oil is being used widely in daily housekeeping, it is efficient to make homemade cleaning products, diffuse to kill toxic mold that is growing surround the walls. And also can be applied directly on the skin to heal skin infections and treating wounds.
Tea Tree oil quickly becoming an increasingly popular ingredient in a variety of household and cosmetic products, including disinfectant spray, face wash, shampoos, massage oil, skin and nail cream, laundry detergents and even tooth powder and tooth paste. Tea Tee contains of natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory action that must be included on your first-aid-kit cabinet!
How to use Tea Tree oil?
Tea Tree oil to heal acne: If you have sensitive skin, it is better to mix Tea Tree oil with Coconut oil or Castor oil before applying on the irritated skin area. Best to apply at night time before sleeping. Always clean your skin area before using the oil treatments.
Tea Tree oil to treat bloated stomach: Best to mix Tea Tree oil with Coconut oil and Cacao oil or Clove oil to add warm sensation on your skin. And then apply to your stomach area. The warmth of the oil will help you to release gasses.
Tea Tree oil to disinfectant wound: If you have opened wound, only apply Tea Tree oil on the side of the wound. Do not apply Tea Tree directly to an opened wound. You can also put Tea Tree on a cotton sheet and use it to close an opened wound when you are walking outside. This will prevent direct contact with bacteria, dust or debris from the road, etc.
Tea Tree oil for mosquito spray: Add 10 to 15 drops of Tea Tree oil and mixed with distilled water, you can also add other oil herbs, such as: Lemongrass oil, Lavender oil, Orange oil or Lemon oil.
Tea Tree oil to treat bugs bites: Best to mix Tea Tree oil with Lemongrass oil and Coconut oil to treat bugs bites. You can apply directly to the skin that is being irritated.
Tea Tree oil to treat dandruff problem: Mix Tea Tree oil with coconut oil and then apply of your scalp, wait about 5 – 10 minutes and then risen with warm water.
Tea Tree oil to treat head lice: Mix Tea Tree oil with water and cider vinegar and then wash on your hair and head. Do not risen directly, you may let it dry for 10 – 15 minutes and the risen with warm water. After that, continue with wet combing.
Benefit of Tea Tree oil
Tea Tree oil’s anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which become the natural remedy for acne and other inflammatory skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis and other types of skin allergies.
Tea Tree oil is an efficient properties to fight bacterial, fungal and viral infections. Lab studies have showed that tea tree oil can inhibit the growth of bacteria like Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, Haemophilus influenzae, Streptococcus pyogenes and Streptococcus pneumoniae. These bacteria cause serious infections, including pneumonia, urinary tract infections, respiratory illness, bloodstream infections, strep throat, sinus infections and impetigo. It may have the ability to fight or prevent fungal infections like candida, jock itch, athlete’s foot and toenail fungus.
Essential oils like tea tree oil are being used in replacement of or along with conventional medications because they too serve as powerful antibacterial agents, without the adverse side effects.
In very early in its history, the leaves of the Malaleuca plant (Tea Tree Plant) were crushed and inhaled to treat coughs and colds. Traditionally, the leaves were also soaked to make an infusion that was used to treat sore throats.
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