Melaleuca or Tea Tree Oil


I personally have a few favorite oils, Melaleuca which is commonly called Tea Tree Oil is one of my go to oils.  I use this oil for so many different ailments.  Got a pimple, use Tea Tree, how about that earring that made your piercing hurt, again Tea Tree, cut on your finger?  You got it Tea Tree 

This oil is an excellent choice for wound care and tissue healing, and has long been known as a potent anti-fungal agent.  It has been documented to kill many bacteria, viruses and fungi on contact, so  — it is excellent for cuts, wounds and burns, and anywhere harmful bacteria might be found.

Melaleuca is also effective to use at the onset of flu or cold symptoms. Just add 2-5 drops of oil to a teaspoon of agave or honey, and add to warm water or tea, or let sit and dissolve on the tongue before swallowing.  Initially, this should be done every 20-30 minutes; then, when symptoms are under control, reduce to 2-3 times per day.

Melaleuca alternifolia is also effective at treating gum inflammation, and can be used for periodontal disease. 

For wounds, cuts, bites, fungus, athlete’s foot, skin disorders and less severe burns, apply melaleuca topically and neat (undiluted).  For application to more sensitive areas, especially the genitals, for herpes or thrush, dilute with a carrier oil. 

For dandruff, add a 5% dilution to your shampoo.

For mouth and gum problems, gargle or oil-push a 5% dilution.

After leaning how each household should have a bottle of this available at all times.   You should know that not all essential oils are the same.  Never ever use an essential oil internally unless it is Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade, or CPTG.  ‘To purchase these oils you can visit my website at or you can go to  

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