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Pure Virgin Tea Tree Oil

Commonly Used Dosages and Durations Include:

For acne use tea tree oil on acne or entire face (as astringent to remove dirt and oil) using a q-tip after washing with African Visions’ Raw Black Soap, pat dry face and moisturize with African Visions 100% Unrefined Shea Butter or Premium All Natural Hair & Skin Oil.

For treating fungal infections of fingernails or toenails use tea tree oil (dab on small amount with cotton swab or q-tip) twice a day for 6 months.

For oral candidiasis use one tablespoonful of tea tree oil solution (10-20 drops of tea tree oil and 4-6 ozs of water) as a mouthwash taken up to 4 times a day. (Make sure to spit out)

For treating athlete's foot use tea tree oil on infected area (dab on small amount with cotton swab or q-tip) twice daily for up to one month.

Tea Tree Oil History, Benefits and Uses

The tea tree, from which tea tree oil derives its common name, is native to Australia and has long been used in traditional medicine. It is one of the most remarkable and versatile of chemicals. What makes tea tree oil unique is that it is effective against bacteria, fungi and viruses and used in to treat a number of skin conditions from eczema to acne to cuts. Few other substances share this important distinction. With its antiseptic and antibacterial properties, tea tree oil is often used to treat burns, ringworm, insect bites, wounds, infections and other fungal diseases including colds, flu, chicken pox and shingles, as well as cold sores and warts.

When using tea tree oil it is important to remember that the concentrated oil is very strong. It is important never to use large amounts of the concentrated oil, and not to treat sensitive areas with the concentrated oil.


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