According to Dr Couic Marinier, “Tea Tree Oil’s strong antibacterial properties are well known and have been proven by various studies”.
Tea Tree Essential Oil inhibits the growth of microbes, bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. In fact, it’s so effective that it can cure some of the most dangerous bacterial infections found in the tropics.
2. Helps respiratory system
One of the first uses of Tea Tree Oil was as a remedy for coughs, colds and even bronchitis. Today, its effectiveness is still equally relevant.
With potent antimicrobial properties and active compounds that stimulate the respiratory system, Tea Tree Essential Oil works to clear congestion and provide relief.
Tea Tree Oil is a sudorific substance, meaning that it increases sweating and promotes the removal of toxins from the body. It also cleanses the skin’s pores.
Tea Tree Essential Oil is extremely popular in aromatherapy thanks to its stimulating effect on hormones, circulation and the immune system, which can all improve health and wellbeing.
5. Improve oral health
Thanks to its strong antibacterial and antiseptic elements, Tea Tree Oil kills the bacteria found in your mouth that can cause bad breath and other problems.
Dr Couic Marinier goes on to explain, “it’s particularly effective for treating mouth ulcers, tooth abscesses and gingivitis”.