I want to make I start with this: Melaleuca is another name for Tea Tree, just in case there was any confusion. :) Don't second guess yourself, some call it Tea Tree here in Canada. Just like we call a winter hat a toque, it is a still a hat and tea tree is still Malaleuca. ( Tea tree is easier to spell for those linguistically challenged folk like myself )
Over 20 years ago I was introduced to tea tree oil when I worked for The Body Shop Canada. I had teenage acne and I found that the oil worked wonders on my pimples, so I used lots of it and continue to use it for the occasional hormonal imbalance. Now that my children are becoming teenagers I am thankful to be able to share this quick remedy with them for their pimples: Q tip - Tea Tree - Zit.
Since joining Doterra as a wellness advocate I have discovered that Tea Tree also has other uses:
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Acne, athlete's foot, candida, chicken pox, cold sores, colds, corns, cuts, flu, insect bites, itching, migraine, oily skin, ringworm, sinusitis, sores, spots, urethritis, warts, whooping cough. [Julia Lawless, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils(Rockport, MA: Element Books, 1995), 56-67.]
To support physical and emotional wellbeing and to detoxify your house you can diffuse Tea Tree with Lemon oil. Try 3 drops of each in your diffuser and enjoy.
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