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Feature Friday: Tea Tree

Feature Friday Tea Tree


Tea Tree essential oil is one of the most commonly used oils. It’s a must have in your stash!

Truthfully, it was the very first essential oil I ever purchased. For years I have used it in cleaning products in my home. Now, let’s look at the profile and a few ways you can use it in your home as well.

Tea Tree Essential Oil Product DataLet me share some ways I use Tea Tree essential oil in my home:

  • Add a few drops to 1/2 cup baking soda and scrub the toilet with it
  • Place a drop or two on a tissue or personal inhaler and use to “sniff” when you are traveling through the airport
  • Check out The Art of a Steam Part 1 and use it in your ¬†next steam for congestion or sinus trouble.

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3 thoughts on “Feature Friday: Tea Tree”

  1. I just ordered tea tree and it came today. Has a strong musty smell, but I am willing to give it a try cause I have heard a lot about it’s benefits. I like the toilet scrub idea.

  2. I use tea tree for many things but the best use I have found so far is for shingles. I get shingles about 2 times a year and the first time I had it I had no idea what it was and it was so pain full. I was given 3 different meds to help me suffer thru it. Well I did some studying up on it and found some one used tea tree oil for it. Well the next time it came back and I used cocnut oil as my carrier oil and rubbed it on the affected area many times a day and with in 3 days it was gone!! And I never had the pain I did before. God really did design nature to heal us.

  3. It is also the only thing that helped to get rid of the yeast in our cloth diapers. I asked a representative from plant therapy. They suggested putting 30 drops in the tub with them, let it soak, and follow it with vinegar. I filled the tub just enough to cover all of the diapers and put the tea tree in and let them soak over night. After draining I did the same with some vinegar in the water. No more yeast! Even bleach wouldn’t kill that yeast!

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