Tuesday, July 12, 2016


If you have never tried or used essential oils, I would recommend that this would be the one to use first.  Tea Tree Oil, also known as melaleuca, has many benefits and applications. The odor almost like eucalyptus, with that menthol scent but a little woodsier.

I use Tea Tree Oil in my necklace or bracelet diffusers when I am trekking in the woods. As long as I use this oil and wear light colored clothing, I am less apt to get ticks and fleas attaching to me.

There are many other uses for this oil, too. Among them are treatments for acne, antifungal, boils, cold sores, disinfectant, sore throat and wounds. As with all therapeutic oils, it is necessary to follow directions to a 't' so that you don't have any adverse reactions to the application. Some are topical, aromatic, and even oral.

This 4 fl. oz. bottle will last a long time. It was packaged with a glass eye dropper for a more precise control of the number of drops needed for a recipe.
I received this product at a promotional discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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