Tea tree oil contains chemicals known as terpenoids which are believed to provide the oil its medicinal properties. Tea tree oil kills fungus and bacteria, including those resistant to some antibiotics. Tea tree oil is used topically as an antiseptic and anti-infective for bacterial infections, acne, and fungal infections such as athlete's foot. It is also used in connection with insect bites, sunburn, and other minor skin irritations. Tea tree oil has also been used to kill bacteria in the mouth before dental surgery and to lessen the mouth irritation caused by dental procedures. In patients who suffer from oral candidiasis, a fungal infection of the mouth and throat, tea tree oil mouth rinse may prove effective in reducing symptoms. Other studies have indicated that tea tree oil is also effective when used in connection with nose, throat, and vaginal related infections. The oil is 100% natural and is made from the best herbs without dyes, additives and preservatives.
Warning! Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.