Doterra tea tree oilby Steven Jackson Consultant
Doterra Tea Tree or Doterra melaleuca uses span the passage of time starting in Australia as an antiseptic to treat various types of infection. Recommended Features
- Fungicide and antiseptic
- Controlling mold growth
- A solution for cleaning
- An insect repellent
- In the laundry
Review on Doterra tea tree oilTea tree / Doterra melaleuca uses go back to the times of the Australia aborigines whom crushed the leaves of this species of Melaleuca family of trees to treat infected wounds. It was often used in the Second World War to treat infections. The oil is distilled from the leaves of the plant using steam or water distillation
It not only combats bacterial problems such as strep throat but it also has anti fungal and anti viral properties as well. In the old days when antibiotics didn't exist, people would use tea tree oil to help fight against colds and flu. It is a treatment that still works today. You just add a couple of drops of the oil to hot water and inhale the steam. Steaming works by opening the pores and then the Doterra tea tree oil will fight the source of the infection be it bacterial or viral. Do take care not to burn yourself though.
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