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Melaleuca Essential Oil (Tea Tree Oil) Uses and Benefits

Melaleuca essential oil

Melaleuca Essential Oil (Tea Tree Oil)

Melaleuca Essential Oil Tea Tree Melaleuca Essential Oil, or Tea Tree oil, is best known for its purifying qualities, which make it useful for cleansing the skin and home surfaces, purifying the air, or promoting healthy immune function.
Aromatic Description

Herbaceous, green, leathery

Primary Benefits:

Renowned for its cleansing and rejuvenating effect on the skin
Promotes healthy immune function
Protects against environmental and seasonal threats

Description of Melaleuca Essential Oil

More commonly known as “Tea Tree,” Melaleuca essential oil has over 92 different compounds and limitless applications.

The leaves of the Melaleuca tree were used by the Aborigines of Australia for centuries.  So they would crush the leaves and inhale the oil to promote feelings of clear breathing and apply the leaves directly to the skin for a effect.

Melaleuca essential oil is best known for its purifying properties. So it can be used to cleanse and purify the skin and nails and to support a healthy complexion.

Taken internally, Melaleuca promotes healthy immune function. Also Melaleuca essential oil can be used on surfaces throughout the home to protect against environmental threats. Melaleuca is frequently used on occasional skin irritations to soothe the skin. So diffusing Melaleuca will help purify and freshen the air.

Uses

  • So for occasional skin irritations, apply 1–2 drops of Melaleuca essential oil onto affected area.
  • Now add 1–2 drops to water, citrus drinks, or veggie caps to support healthy immune system function.
  • Also combine 1–2 drops with your facial cleanser for added cleansing properties, or apply to skin after shaving.
  • Furthermore apply to fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keeps nails looking healthy.
  • Finally add a few drops to a spray bottle with water and use on surfaces to protect against environmental threats.

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So essential oils have been used throughout recorded history for a wide variety of wellness applications. Also the Egyptians were some of the first people to use aromatic essential oils extensively in medical practice, beauty treatment, food preparation, and in religious ceremony. Therefore Frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh and cinnamon were considered very valuable cargo along caravan trade routes and were sometimes exchanged for gold.
Finally the Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. So this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

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Melaleuca Essential Oil (Tea Tree) Posted 05/13/2017

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Dean Rodrigue

Dean Rodrigue is an essential oil and wellness advocate. He has been using essential oils for years now, and has a firm belief in their effects on the body and mind. Dean welcomes your questions and concerns about essential oils and their uses. He has also created a couple of free essential oil Ebooks for you to use
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Dean Rodrigue is an essential oil and wellness advocate. He has been using essential oils for years now, and has a firm belief in their effects on the body and mind. Dean welcomes your questions and concerns about essential oils and their uses. He has also created a couple of free essential oil Ebooks for you to use

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