Uses of Tea Tree Oil - The Top Five Uses
Uses of tea tree oil around the world
tree oil is a very versatile essential oil that has very good antiseptic
properties as shown in both animal and human research studies. It is
shown to be able to kill off bacteria, viruses and fungus in lab, animals and human studies.
is used traditionally for burns, wounds, cuts and scrape. Even today
many people keep a bottle of this essential oil in the first-aid
cabinet, just in case!
This is one essential oil your family should have around the house!
Here are the top five uses of tea tree oil...
Studies show that tea tree oil is effective for curing acne on the
face. Indeed it is as effective as some over-the-counter acne
medications. The advantage of using tea tree oil is that it has fewer
side effects than most over-the-counter non-prescription acne
See the article Natural Remedies for Acne
to discover natural solutions to help you get rid of your acne problems.
Concentrated tea tree oil applied to
warts can kill them off, but be warned. It could take up to 6 months
for a complete cure (although one study showed that it only took 12 days to get rid of warts in children).
Natural remedies, although effective, do not work as fast as
prescription medications. Much patience will be required as you will need to follow the treatment for quite some time.
This detailed book Warts Removal
provides extensive details on how to remove warts quickly and painlessly without surgery.
As well, the article Natural Remedies for Warts
provides you with a huge list of natural remedies that can help you get rid of warts.
Tea tree oil can take
care of fungus infection of the feet and skin. There might be more
irritation and discomfort when using tea tree oil on the feet if there
are extensive skin damage and cracks.
tea tree oil is effective in curing thrush (yeast infections in the
mouth) and on the skin. Tea tree oil can be used as a douche in the vagina if diluted properly. This article Tea Tree Oil Dosage
provides very clear directions on how to do this.
Just remember never to swallow tea tree oil. Essential oils are highly toxic if ingested.
The informative book Yeast Infection No More
provide extensive details to help you get rid of yeast infection naturally, permanently and quickly.
As well, the article Natural Remedies for Yeast Infection
gives you a list of many other natural supplements that can cure candida yeast infections.
Lice and Scabies
There is evidence that applying diluted tea tree oil
on the skin for 3 hours can kill off the scabies mites. Some people use
it to prevent and treat head lice and some research studies show that it works.
The kit Naughty Nits
is designed to help you get rid of head lice for your entire family
once and for all. Best of all, the company offers a 1 year money-back
guarantee so you have nothing to lose (except the lice).
What more information on tea tree oil?
See our article on Tea Tree Oil Dosage
to get complete
information on how to dilute tea tree oil properly and the dosage to use for the
above mentioned health conditions.
Keep in mind that there are some side effects of tea tree oil
, although the most common one reported is skin irritation.
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