Let’s Talk Oil Series.. Tea Tree Oil

This is going to be an on going series where I will feature an oil and talk about some of it’s uses and benefits….  Today’s Oil is Tea Tree AKA Melaleuca Alternifolia

Tea Tree

20 Uses for Tea Tree Oil

1. Make your own mouthwash.
Mix one drop of tea tree oil with a teaspoon of water. Swish it around and spit. You do not want to swallow tea tree oil, so be sure you rinse and spit well.

2. Banish body aches.
Add 2 tablespoons of tea tree oil to your bathwater to help ease tension and relax sore muscles.

3. Soothe popped raised bumps of water on hands & feet.
Apply a few drops of tea tree oil to a cotton ball and gently dab the affected area daily until gone.

4. Ease chest congestion.
Add a few drops of tea tree oil to warm, damp wash cloth and place it on the chest for 10-15 minutes at a time.

5. Soothe chapped lips.
A drop of oil can be applied directly to the finger and rubbed on dry and cracked lips for instant relief.

6. Calm down childhood Itchy Red Rashes with blisters.
You can easily treat and dry those itchy red rashes with blisters by applying a paste of corn starch and tea tree oil to the affected areas daily.

7. Soothe a cough.
You can add a few drops of tea tree oil right into your vaporizer for relief from even the nastiest coughs.

8. Banish dry scalp conditions.
Add 7-10 drops of tea tree oil to your shampoo and it will rid the scalp of those white flakes.

9. Treat ear pressure & pain.
You can lessen the symptoms of an ear pressure & pain when you apply 2 drops of tea tree oil mixed with 1 teaspoon of olive oil around the aching ear.

10. Treat flea bites.
When fleas take a bite out of you, apply a dab of tea tree oil to lessen the itch and promote healing. This same method also works for mosquito bites.

11. Get rid of dirty grout.
You can easily clean stubborn grout when you mix a few drops of tea tree oil with baking soda and scrub away.

12. Get rid of mildew.
Add a few drops of tea tree oil to a bottle of all purpose cleanser and spray any mildew affected areas you find. Wipe dry and repeat as needed. Adding a few drops to your wash cycle will also help treat clothing that has mildew on it.

13. Clean brushes.
You can clean hair brushes as well as toothbrushes by soaking them in a gallon of hot water that a few drops of tea tree oil has been added to. Just soak, rinse, and repeat if needed.

14. Treat acne.
Apply tea tree oil to a cotton ball and rub it gently on acne affected areas. It will help soothe the skin, lessen the redness and promote healing.

15. Say goodbye to contagious skin infections on the feet.
Soak feet in a bath of hot water and a few teaspoons of tea tree oil. Be sure to get in between the toes with the solution. Dry and repeat as needed.

16. Stimulate the scalp.
Massage tea tree oil onto the scalp to reduce stress and promote hair growth.

17. Make your own shaving remedy.
Soothe skin after a shave by applying a few drops of tea tree oil and olive oil mixed together. Your skin will be soft, redness will be gone, and you won’t feel any tightness or irritation.

18. Soften elbows.
Soften any areas on the body where skin is rough by massaging a few drops of tea tree oil onto the area daily. Skin will be suppler and soon the patch will be gone.

19. Amp up your manicure.
You can eliminate nail fungus and soften cuticles by soaking your nails in a few cups of warm water mixed with 2-3 drops of tea tree oil.

20. Freshen up fabrics.
Make your own fabric refresher spray by adding a few drops of tea tree oil to a spray bottle. Spray sheets, bedding, pillowcases and other fabrics as needed and allow to dry before use.

As you can see Young Living’s Tea Tree oil is a very versatile oil and should be one of the Must have oils in everyone’s oil collection! Get yourself a bottle and give it a try.. I’m sure you’ll fall in love with it. Contact me today to order your bottle of Tea Tree Oil!

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