Tea tree oil, or melaleuca oil, is steamed from Australian tea tree leaves. Antibacterial characteristics make it a popular cure for common diseases. Tea tree oil should never be eaten.
Tea tree oil is a natural hand sanitizer. Tea tree oil fights viruses and germs, according to studies.
Tea tree oil repels insects naturally. Agriculture uses it to repel ants, and studies suggest it repels mosquitoes.
Tea tree oil's antibacterial characteristics make it a natural deodorant and antiperspirant option.
Open wounds allow germs to enter the circulation, increasing infection risk.
Studies reveal tea tree oil may heal wounds. It reduces inflammation and activates white blood cells.