Tea Tree Essential Oil

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The tea tree plant is a native of Australia, where the natives were the first to recognize its medicinal benefits. They would use the crushed leaves of the tea tree to treat coughs, colds and wounds. As a result of its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties, many health problems can be cured or prevented without any adverse effects. According to a study, the antimicrobial property of tea tree oil is many many times stronger than phenol. Apart from curing diseases and infections, the stimulant nature of the oil works out very well in boosting the immunity of your body, thereby taking care of your health.

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  1. The tea tree essential oil has a very woody, earthy aroma, which truly refreshes the mind and body. At the same time, it is a bit spicy. It has real soothing and calming effects on the body. It relieves the body ache and revives the energy. Pale in color, it is quite thin in consistency. This oil is increasingly finding its way in the manufacture of creams, lotions, deodorants, soaps, disinfectants and air fresheners.
  2. The antibacterial nature of tea tree oil cures even the most deadly infections. Although, this oil is usually applied externally, it can also be taken orally to cure the bacterial infections in intestines, urinary system, colon and stomach. The oil is also said to provide relief and, sometimes, cure serious problems like tuberculosis.
  3. Wounds are always at risk of getting infected by bacteria and fungus, resulting in severe problems. To prevent the wounds from becoming septic, treat the affected area with tea tree oil, which is a natural antiseptic. It can be applied directly on cuts, burns, wounds, sores, skin eruptions as well as on insect bites. Most antibiotic and antiseptic creams use this oil as one of the key ingredients, as it has the power to cure without any adverse effects. Because of its antimicrobial property, tea tree oil can be used to alleviate fever.
  4. Nowadays, most dental and oral care products use tea tree oil as base, as it is extremely powerful in treating bleeding gums, mouth sores and tooth aches. It also acts as a boon for people suffering from acne and herpes infection. The oil is also very effective in stimulating the immune system and strengthening it. Using tea tree oil regularly helps in the absorption of nutrients, facilitating good health.
  5. When used in aromatherapy, the effect of tea tree oil will be more as it penetrates the skin through the pores providing relief from stress and anxiety. So, if you want to experience calm and mental peace do try tea tree oil aromatherapy.
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