What are the benefits of Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is often said to cure all diseases and is a true small home pharmacy in one plant. It is made from a tea tree plant originating in Australia. Even before its medical effect was discovered, Aboriginal people had treated many ailments with tea tree oil. In 1923, it was discovered that its antiseptic properties were as much as twelve times stronger than all medicines of the time.

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It was often used among Australian soldiers during World War II because it protected them from various infections and was an effective means of protection against insect bites.

Tea tree oil contains the compound terpinen-4-ol, which is also considered to be its most healing part. It is effective in treating fungal infections that are many times resistant to chemical drugs. The Terpinen-4-ol compound fights fungi by killing most microorganisms and reducing their ability to multiply. It is also thought to be very effective in treating skin cancer. Various studies to date have provided strong evidence that tea tree oil kills skin cancer cells and is therefore a natural anticancer drug.

Tea tree oil is an excellent means of boosting immunity and is recommended to drink with increased effort and stress. It has great antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties and is considered ideal for the treatment of all vaginal infections. It also helps in the treatment of HPV. It should be in the home pharmacy of all women as it has proven to be more successful than pharmaceutical drugs.

For bacterial and fungal infections, it is recommended to drink up to 3 drops of pure oil three times a day. Dissolve the oil in a glass of water and drink immediately after a meal.

For vaginal infections and all women's diseases, it is recommended to apply 2-3 drops of oil to the swab and treat the infection internally. Leave it on for up to 3 hours and remove the tampon. It is a good idea to repeat the procedure 2 times a day for several days in a row.

Tea tree oil works great for the beauty and health of hair and skin. It is an integral part of soap, toothpaste and men's products such as lotions and after-shave products.

It also has an effect on skin health, much better than any other cosmetic product. Cleanses the skin and reduces pores, restores skin's PH balance, disinfects the skin's surface, but does not irritate it. Helps heal wounds and cure acne without redness and skin irritation. It is also used for burns, insect stings and removes dark spots, rashes and warts.

It is effective for all hair and scalp problems. It will help with dry but also oily properties, it will remove dandruff and accelerate hair growth. It is good as a natural ear treatment and you can also use it to care for sensitive skin on the baby's head.

For skin problems, you can mix 10 drops of tea tree oil with 30 ml of cold pressed olive oil and coat the skin areas affected by acne, lichen, sunburn or fungus. If you have problems with your hair and scalp, massage a few drops of tea tree oil into your scalp and let it work overnight. You can also add a few drops to your shampoo and wash your hair. Massage the mixture and keep for 10 minutes. Then rinse. When treating milder wounds, tea tree oil should be added to warm water at a ratio of 1:10 and gently run over the wound with a cotton swab.

Include this medicinal oil in your home pharmacy as its range of use is wide. Do not resort to antibiotics, which often have many side effects. Give the opportunity first of all a natural remedy for tea tree oil!

Author: M.L., Photo: Luisa Puccini / Shutterstock

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