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Great Uses of Tea Tree Oil - 21 Benefits of Tea Tree Oil Revealed

Tea Tree Oil has been known to the Bundjalung Tribe of New South Wales Australia for hundreds of years for its medicinal properties.

This wonder oil was only tested scientifically in the early1920's by Arthur Penfold and found to be around 12 times morepowerful than carbolic acid and yet caused no harm to the skin.It was used extensively by the Australian Defence Force duringWorld War Two but due to the discovery of synthetic drugs did notbecome popular again until the 1960's.

Over the years it has proved itself as a natural antiviral,antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory oil. One greatdevelopment was that it was found to deep penetrate the skincleaning it and encouraging the formation of scar tissue.

Some of medical uses include healing blisters, reducing swellingfrom insect bites and stings, cleaning and healing abrasions andcuts, cures athletes foot and is very helpful in the healing ofacne. It will cure a sore throat, cold sores, coughs and dentalabscesses. It will solve most day to day first aid and medicalproblems.

It also lends to daily beauty care as putting drops in shampoo,body lotion, hand cream and in the bath will keep hair and skinclean and healthy. A couple of drops on toothpaste will preventgum infections and bad breathe. It helps take the sting out ofsunburn and softens corns and calluses.

Tea Tree Oil's anti-bacterial properties also extend use in thehousehold chores, making the house clean and healthy. Puttingdrops in the humidifier will clean, disinfect and refresh the airand putting drops in the dishwasher and washing machine will killall the germs.

True Tea Tree Oil is only grown in Australia. There are manybrands that are from inferior trees and not from the genuine TeaTree whose Botanical name is Malaeuca. The name Tea Tree wasgiven by Joseph Banks the botanist who travelled with CaptainCook and collected the leaves to make a herbal teas.

Your first purchase should be made from a Health Shop until youknow how to define whether it is the genuine oil or an inferioroil as the results will obviously not be the same with aninferior product.

There are many excellent websites on the internet and manyexcellent books which will give you all uses of this wonderfuloil. You will be amazed at the excellent results you obtain andwill find it is truly a medicine kit in a bottle.

The information contained in this article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to medically diagnoseScience Articles, treat or cure any disease. Consult a health care practitioner before beginning any health care program.

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