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Great uses for Melaleuca aka as Tea Tree Oil

Some great uses for Melaleuca aka as Tea Tree essential oil

Heals bug bites and cuts. With the natural antiseptic properties of Tea Tree essential oil It can be applied on the wounds, cut, insect bites and stings, etc to ward off infections.

Natural household cleaner. The innate antibacterial and antimicrobial qualities of Melaleuca essential oil allows it to also be a great choice as a natural household cleaner. It can kill bad bacteria all around you and your home. Just take Melaleuca essential oil and mix it with water and vinegar to make a cleaning cocktail so you can apply it to any surface needing cleaning such as kitchen counter tops, toilets, bathtubs, showers, sinks, etc!

Acne control and prevention. Melaleuca essential oil is great at fighting acne! It is one of the most effective ways of naturally combating it. You can easily create your own home solution by taking Melaleuca essential oil and slightly diluting it with water then just apply directly to any pimples. Its natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties we shared above are some of the same reasons why it works so well against acne as well as its antioxidant properties.

Reduces inflammation A phenomenal feature of Melaleuca essential oil is that it can actually help reduce inflammation! This includes it being used as a natural eczema treatment and for helping reduce psoriasis. It may not completely cure these issues but it can certainly help.

Aromatherapy Melaleuca essential oil can help stimulate blood circulation as well as the immune system. With many of the properties we discussed earlier, Melaleuca essential oil can act as a buffer against some infections. Many people love the smell of Melaleuca essential oil and even if you don’t it blends well with other essential oils as well. These attributes make using Melaleuca essential oil in aromatherapy a great choice!

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