For centuries Tea Tree (also called Melaleuca oil) has been used by cultures around the world to heal wounds. The oil is steam-distilled from the leaves of myrtle shrubs or trees, and has been shown to be 12 times the antiseptic strength of phenol, commonly used in the pharmaceutical antiseptics you might find in the drugstores.
As a skin regenerator, this oil helps with acne and other skin conditions. Use a few drops directly onto affected area. Sometimes aromatically diffuse in the air helps.
Burns, Cuts, Insect Bites, and Blisters
Treats minor cuts, scrapes, bug bites, and burns, gently soothes “ouches,” naturally fights bacteria, naturally penetrates and cleans, and jump-starts the healing process. Apply directly to the affected area.
Cold, Flu, and Constant Body Odor
Because this oil has been shown to strengthen the immune system, common disorders such as cold, flu and other congestion are helped by use of this oil. Add a few drops to bath and this anti-viral may lessen the symptoms and fight off B.O. Diffuse the oil for cold symptoms or heavy cough. In addition because this oil can alleviate mental stress, it has also helped with emotional cuts and wounds.
Another skin condition that is helps through the many properties of this oil. Rub a small amount over affected location after diluting in coconut oil.
Because of its antiseptic properties, using a few drops in your shampoo can help with dandruff and dry scalp. It has also been shown to help with head lice as well.
As a cleanser, this oil has been known to assist with the treatment of hepatitis. Consistently apply to soles of feet or daily diffuse throughout the home.
This antibacterial oil can be massaged directly into the skin to quickly pass to the blood stream.
To sanitize your laundry load, add a few drops to help give it a cleaner, more antiseptic smell.
Because of anti fungal properties, this oil helps kill warts. Use directly on affected area.