How You Can Use Tea Tree Oil
For Your Ever Every Use.
- Medicine. If you happen to have athlete's foot, chickenpox, insect bites, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), small cuts, finger and toenail fungus, and warts, this the oil for you. With olive oil, earaches would be relieved but in small doses. Add it to your bath if you are suffering from a sore throat and other lung problems such as asthma. Just add a few drops of tea tree oil to your humidifier.
- Home use. This type of essential oil can be used as an all purpose cleaner. That's right! An essential oil as an all purpose cleaner. Just dilute the oil with water prior to cleaning your floor. Mixed with apple cider, this solution can clean up bacteria and mold in your kitchen. Baking soda and tea tree oil will also get rid of mildew and mold from bathrooms. Your bathroom, carpet and laundry would be smelling good.
- Pet care. Your fur and/or feather bearing pets feel better after you use tree tea oil for some of the health problems they suffer from. Add tea tree oil on your pet's skin to combat fleas, ringworm and ticks. If your pet just happens to have a bad allergic reaction to the tea tree oil, do not have tea tree oil around you pet. It could be very toxic to your pet.
- Hygiene. Fresh yourself up when you use tea tree oil as a deodorant. Lice would not stand a change with this oil. Acne sufferers would not have to worry about tea tree oil making their skin oily. Coconut and olive oil with a few drops with this oil will produce a strong odor that can serve as an insect repellent. Clean your toothbrush with tea tree oil so you would not have bacteria and mold on your teeth. Hair growth is another benefit from tea tree oil because it will stimulate your scalp. Use when you shampoo, conditioner and/or a hot oil treatment as part of your hair routine. Head lice, scabies, and other scalp problems Remove your makeup with by mixing canola and tea tree oil. Use with a cotton ball and rinse with warm water. Store whatever is leftover a cool, dark place.
Caution! Not Your Cup Of Tea.
Even though its called tea tree oil this is not the type oil you would want to brew as a tea to drink as a beverage. Especially not the kind to mistake for black and green tea varieties. In fact, do not ingest or swallow tea tree oil orally. This oil is toxic when ingested can cause bad breath, blood problems, burning, coma, diarrhea, not being able to walk skin aliments, upset stomach and vomiting. If you have in earache, do not use tea tree oil in large doses. Not only tea oil cause effect inside of your body but your behavior and mood negatively as well. Confusion, depression and hallucinations are some of the mental problems you could encounter if swallow tea tree oil. You have use this oil when diluted. Breastfeeding and pregnant women must really use tea tree oil with extreme caution. Those with sensitive skin might not want to use tea tree oil because it can be harsh on your already delicate skin. Eczema sufferers should use tea tree oil with extreme caution as well. Call your local poison center if you happened to ingest or swallow this particular oil. Enjoy the this essential oil as a part of your daily routine with caution.