The Uses and Benefits of Melaleuca Essential Oil are amazing to me. Melaleuca Oil is considered a medicinal oil. This is commonly called “Tea Tree” Essential Oil. Price per drop I can’t live without this one! It is one of my favorite essential oils because it so many diverse uses. I use it for acne and skin irritations, to remove the smell from stinky laundry and for cleaning!
Most recently I personally used this oil to kill Candida. I know that may be too much information for some of you however it is true! Dilute with coconut oil and apply to the infected area. For thrush add to your mouth with coconut oil to dilute or directly to the area.
Uses and Benefits of Melaleuca Essential Oil:
- Cold and Flu Season
- Ear Infection
- Immune System Support
- Skin Disorders
How To Use Melaleuca Essential Oil:
- Apply to skin blemishes and rashes
- Use with shampoo/conditioner
- Apply to feet and toe-nails after showering for athletes foot or toe fungus
- Dilute with coconut oil and apply
- For use with oil pulling
Melaleuca Essential Oil
Recognized by its more common name “tea tree”, melaleuca has been revered for its cleansing and regenerative properties, especially for the skin. Composed of more than ninety different compounds, melaleuca has limitless therapeutic applications. For aromatic, internal or topical use.
I have used Melaleuca Oil to remove the stinky smell from wet towels and laundry, my HE Washing Machine, to clean with and to spot treat acne! In addition I have used it on skin irritation from my son’s soccer shorts and a cut on my hand.
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