Melaleuca Altern . . . what?

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Melaleuca Alternifolia is the plant name but you will know it by its common name, Tea Tree. This is also a new kit oil. Surprisingly it has so many uses but it took a bit of searching for me to figure that out. Actually J was the one who mentioned we needed this oil. He likes to research for himself what he may need. His reason for Mel A is that he works outside everyday because he owns a landscape business. All the gunk like grass clippings, dirt, sand, etc get into his shoes and onto his feet, Mel A combats the grime from turning into something worse. EWWW

I found my favorite use for it. . .respiratory clearing. Just a swipe on the bridge of my nose with some lavender and clear airways! Added bonus less blackheads.

Here are some uses for you:  Dandruff, disinfects makeup brushes and other household items, banish bad breath, acne, prevent ingrown hairs, prevent mildew in bathrooms, removes mildew smell in laundry, deters moths, blister, bruises, burns, mouth ulcers, muscle aches, bug bites, poison ivy, stuffy nose, repels mosquitoes, ticks, fleas ants, and other insects.

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Dilute 1:1 with carrier oil.  Apply 1-2 drops on location; apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points. Inhale directly or diffuse. Take as a dietary supplement.


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