Before we look at hemorrhoids and tea tree oil, let take a deeper look at what tea tree oil is all about.
Tea tree oil also known as “Melaleuca Oil” It is taken from the leaves of the same name, found on the northcoast of New South Wales in Australia. Yellow in color with a smell similar to camphor.
First discovered and used for many different traditional medicinal purposes by the Aboriginal Community of Australia.
Tea tree oil has many properties including antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral and antiseptic.
It is because of this combination of different properties that tea tree oil may be used for many different ailments including the following:
coughs, colds, fevers, sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma, gingivitis, cold sores, burns, herpes, nappy rash, rashes, warts, acne, abscess, cuts and wounds, insect bites, dandruff, hemorrhoids, hair lice, thrush, cystitis, vaginitis, nail fungus and the list goes on.
As you can see from the above list, tea tree oil can cure a really vast and different array of problems.
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