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A Few Simple And Interesting Benefits Of Melaleuca

By David Batchelor

Melaleuca is the plant that Tea Tree oil is derived from. Tee Tree is an essential oil and has many health benefits Also considered an herbal medicine, it has been widely used as an antiseptic to ward off infections and to keep wounds free from bacteria.

Australia has been claimed as the homeland of Tee Tree oil in the market. Prior to the invention of antibiotics, this plant derivative had been a primary source of combating infections and bacteria’s from growing and spreading. Still, today a great number of consumers prefer the use of homeopathic remedies versus traditional medicine when allowed.

Athlete’s Foot – A common fungus of the foot which can be very irritable. The affects of the fungus are scaling skin, red rash, itching and burning skin between the toes. It tends to be more apparent in warmer conditions and can spread. Also known as ringworm and can be contacted on other parts of the body; scalp groin area, and toenails. Untreated fungal issues can create the spread of bacterial infections. Studies suggest that applying Tee Tree oil to the affected area twice a day for at least a month will assist in treating fungal and bacterial infections.

Acne – Is mostly noticed when blackheads and red pimples are present in patches of skin. The causes of acne at not completely understood, though more prevalent in adolescent years and menopause. Hormonal imbalance is a known invitation to acne. Advisable to seek medical attention for any health issues prior to treatment. Tee Tree has successfully assisted many patients though this condition. Applying a diluted version of oil to the affected area on a regular basis until conditions disappear is best. This can take a while, though, a more natural approach.

Dandruff – Tee Tree shampoo helps remedy dandruff with consistent use. Dandruff is the outcome of dry scalp. Typically, dead flakes of skin are seen in roaming in hair and on clothing.

Seborrheic Dermatitis – This type of dermatitis is said to be hereditary and is greatly affected by cold/dry places. Any area of skin on a body can be affected, but the most commonly known areas are the limbs, face, and scalp. Babies are prone to this condition and it is referred to as cradle cap. Checking with a physician for a treatment plan is advised. Healing and conditioning to area affected with dermatitis can be achieved with use of diluted oil.

Dandruff and dermatitis have very similar signs at the onset, though dermatitis progresses to seeing inflamed red areas of skin, with dry scaling skin in the middle. Homeopathic remedies have for a long time been used to treat many conditions. Though, with so many medications available that can counteract with each other, it is necessary to take precautions.

Yeast Infections – A diluted version of Melaleuca oil can treat these infections. Tee Tree should never be used full strength in the vaginal area and for assurance of proper measurements of dilution, medical attention should be sought. Professional studies are not yet available, yet there are many personal accounts to this being n option for treatment.

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Batchelor, David "A Few Simple And Interesting Benefits Of Melaleuca." A Few Simple And Interesting Benefits Of Melaleuca. 1 Jul. 2010. 3 Aug 2014 <>.

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