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Tea tree oil (what it is used for)

When was Tea tree oil discovered?

When Captain James Cook came to Australia back in the 1770s, he was said to have brewed up some leaves of the Melaleuca to produce what is now popularly known as Tea tree oil.  Accompanying him on the trip was botanist Sir Joseph Banks. The botanist collected samples of several species of Melaleuca and conducted his study about the plant upon his return to England. But even before Cook and James came along, the natives of New South Wales, Australia, had already been using the therapeutic properties of Tea tree oil.

Uses of Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, has a camphoraceous smell. It appears very clear or may have a very pale golden color. The oil itself is taken from the leaves. The following are the known benefits of Tea Tree oil (what it is used for):

 

  1. Nail Fungus Including Toenails Tea tree oil is effective when combined with several other carrier oils and anti fungal oils. The blend of the oils is vital and specific types of tea tree oil are much more effective than others. This knowledge is vital to constructing a product that will cure your nail fungus in a very timely fashion and keep it coming back as well as prevent future toenail and nail problems.

 

  1. Disinfectant - Use the oil with the aid of a vaporizer or through an aromatherapy          lamp. It can prevent the spread of air borne diseases. 


3.   Acne - A drop directly on the affected area can help clear and heal the skin.

 

4.   Mouthwash / Sore throat / Dental Disease - Use it as a regular mouthwash. Add a few drops in your final mouth rinse after brushing.  It could also be used as gargle when there is soreness in the throat. The antibacterial property can clear up mouth ulcers.


5.   Hay fever / allergy / allergic rhinitis - Spread a few drops of tea tree oil around the throat    and chest area. This can also prevent the afore-mentioned allergies. You can also add a few drops of the oil in a spray bottle and spray it around your room to act as an air purifier.

 

  1. Dandruff or Dry Scalp - These are two different cases but the oil is effective for both. The antifungal property of the oil helps to eradicate the fungus that causes dandruff. It can also correct cases of dry scalp.

 

  1. Minor cuts /scrapes / minor burns It has antiseptic and analgesic properties that allow you to use it for such injuries.

 

  1. Treatment and prevention of Athlete's foot - Rub a few drops over your feet or sprinkle the floor of the shower area.


9.    Insect bites - Relieves pain and scratching. You may also use a tea tree oil-based gel or ointment.

10. Treatment and prevention of head lice - Researchers have found that natural chemicals found in the tea tree called monoterpenoids can kill pests.

 

11.  Tea Tree oil may eliminate the super bug (or bacteria that has developed resistance to antibiotics) since it can boost your immune system.

 

These are just some information about Tea tree oil (what it is used for) that you can apply to your own experience. WE have found some of the best products to combat nail fungus through extensive company research and have found some great ones.

 

 

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