Health by Tea Tree Oil
December 4, 2011 1:47pm CST
So I started working for a company called Melaleuca which utilizes Tea Tree Oil in a lot of it's products. Probably most of them. Since I needed to know about it, I did some research on it and found that is treats / is used for: Abrasions, burns, ear aches, acne, calluses, earlobe cysts, after shave, canker sores, ear infections, arthritis, carbuncles, eczema, athletes foot, chapped lips, emphysema, asthma, chicken pox, flea bits, bad breath, gout, bath salts, cold sores, cold, head lice, bladder infection, blisters, coughs, hair conditioner to treat dandruff, hair rinse, boils and inflammations, dermatitis, gangrene, hives, herpes lesions, bronchitis, diabetes, bronchial congestion, dry hair, bruises, dry skin... It also has household uses such as is can be used as an all purpose cleaner, elevates mood, humidifier, plant spray, deodorizer, memory boost, vaporizer Camping uses such as: Blisters, leeches, poison sumac stings, insect bites, poison ivy, splinters, sunburns, insect repellent, poison oak, sprains, ticks. Helps the body fight off all kinds of infections and dry skin, nail soak skin treatment, body lotion, nail infections, oily skin, stained finger nails. So it's some pretty awesome stuff. Just wanted to get the word out to help people know that this stuff is out there.
5 Dec 11
hi jaslupton117, Yes good advice indeed. Tea Tree oil is renowned for its many beneficial effects. Did you know the Tea Tree is so named because it turns any nearby fresh water a dark colour like tea? As for Melaleuca, there are about 150 different species of that plant, of all shapes and sizes. I just recently finished poisoning a forest of Melaleucas near my house - all came from one bush spreading itself underground and sprouting new bushes all around. Like Day of the Triffids, it was. And don't plant Banksias near your house - they attract termites. But on oil, the other good one to have is Emu Oil - good for just about every ailment known to man, but it can be hard to hold the Emu still while you squeeze him into the bottle.