10+ powerful effects of tea tree oil on your health

 


 

Tea tree essential oil, which flourished more than a century ago in Australia, its native land, is the great oil of infectious states .

 

It is found in a good number of cosmetic or personal hygiene products. Of mucous membranes and skin.

 

But its field of application will not be limited to the body envelope: it will  . Whether it is for us, the men, or for our four-legged friends, it can be used without problem, sometimes even pure. However, the dilution will prevent irritation and redness phenomena, which are relatively frequently encountered in pure use.

 

When to use tea tree or tea tree essential oil

 

ENT infectious disorders

Colds, Rhinitis, Flu

Nasopharyngitis, Angina

Sinusitis, Otitis

Productive respiratory pathologies

Greasy cough,

Bronchitis

Skin disorders

Bacterial dermatitis

Abscess

Mycosis

Herpes

Shingles, chickenpox

Eczema on infected

Sequelae of radiotherapy

 

For over a century, tea tree essential oil has been used for antiseptic purposes. The anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-protozoan properties are mainly linked to α-terpineol.

 

Many studies have been carried out on the anti-microbial properties of tea tree  (Staphylococcus aureus).

 

Added to antibiotics or classic antifungals, tea tree can either increase the effectiveness

 

In current use, the essential oil of Tea tree can therefore be used in the treatment of:

 

Skin, vaginal, or nail fungus in men

Herpes labialis

Moderate acne

Warts

Chronic wound with resistant or non-resistant germs: superinfected pressure sore, ulcer, diabetic wound

And at our 4-legged friends:

 

Mycosis in animals

Be careful, some species such as cats are more sensitive to essential oils, ask your veterinarian specializing in aromatherapy for advice.