I had never heard of it before but it sounded interesting so I wanted to try it.
It has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties, which makes it great for disinfecting around the house.
You can also use it to treat fungal infections on your skin (feet get those a lot).
The free eBook you get with the Tea Tree Oil lists a whole lot of other uses as well (acne treatments). The eBook also includes some information about scientific research that provides evidence that the Tea Tree Oil really works.
The eBook also has information about how Tea Tree Oil is made. Apothecary Extracts’ website says their Tea Tree Oil “is composed of less than 5 cineole and over 35 terpinen-4-ol which qualifies for Pharmaceutical Grade as established by the Australian Tea Tree Oil Industry Association. It is 100% pure and unadulterated. No fillers, additives, bases or carriers added”.
I used some of the product they sent me as a disinfectant in my kitchen. It seems to work just as well as vinegar (or better). I have no way to tell really. How do you know if any disinfectant is really working without having some scientists come in and do some tests?
I do know that it gets rid of smells. Better than anything else I have tried. I put some on a napkin and dropped it in the trash can, and after a few minutes the nasty smell from there was gone.
It got rid of the onion smell from my counter too.
The eBook has a recipe for Tea Tree Oil deodorant. I haven’t tried that yet because I didn’t have the rest of the ingredients needed but I’m sure if it deodorizes the kitchen it will deodorize you too.
The eBook also contains lots of other recipes.
If you are looking for a good natural product to use at home, you should try this product.
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