Benefits of Tree Tea Oil


The Benefits of tree tea oil are amazing. It's antiseptic properties make it a wonderful support to the body as it battles a countless array of opical maladies, such as:

  • fungal infections
  • canker sores
  • periodontal disease
  • insect bites and stings
  • burns
  • acne
  • eczema
  • infection of lacerations
  • staph infection
  • bruises
  • heat rashes
  • warts
  • yeast infections

It has been referred to as “the wonder from Down Under.” It comes from the melaleuca tree, which is native to Australia and has long been used by the Aborigines. Legend has it the tree was first introduced to Europeans by Captain Cook, who made tea from the leaves while on a voyage to Australia. The oil is extracted from the tree’s leaves through a special distillation process.

The trees do not need to be harvested in order for their oil to be extracted; in fact, some trees have provided oil for over 60 years. Because of the benefits of tree tea oil, it is a popular ingredient in shampoos, creams, skin cleansers and other external cosmetic applications.

The compounds in this healing substance benefit the skin and are non-irritating. The oil contains several important compounds, including terpines, cymones, pinines, terpinen-4-ol, sesquiterpenes and sesquiterpene alcohols.

When combined with other healing herbs, this oil's effectiveness is greatly enhanced. Here are some safe and natural products that have this amazing oil combined in herbal formulas from Native Remedies that many individuals have benefited from:

Head Lice-This essential oil is extremely effective against head lice. Learn more here.

Nails-It strengthens nails, leaving them more beautiful. Get more info on Nail-Rx - Effective natural nail fungus treatment

Skin-tree tea oil helps heal acne and other skin problems.

You will be surprised by the benefits of tree tea oil as you make it a part of the natural home remedies you use. When used regularly, skin and nails especially improve quickly.

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