Tea tree CBD oil – suggested use
Tea tree CBD oil contains several compounds, including terpenes-4-oil,
that kill certain bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Terpinene-4-oil also appears to
increase the activity of your white blood cells, which help fight germs and
other foreign invaders. These germ-fighting properties help treat bacterial and
fungal skin conditions, preventing infection, and promoting healing.
Tea tree CBD oil is an essential oil that has several
purposes, including keeping skin, hair, and nails healthy. The essential oil
makes an ideal natural hand sanitizer and may help keep pesky insects away.
Its antibacterial effects may help control underarm odour
related to perspiration.
Tea tree can be a powerful weapon against acne; several
studies have shown that it helps reduce the amount and overall severity of
Research suggests that tea tree oil may fight germs that
cause tooth decay and bad breath.
Tea tree CBD oil makes a great all-purpose cleaner that
also sanitizes surfaces. It does this without leaving traces of chemicals you
would not want your family members or pets encountering. The oil also treats
and disinfects minor cuts and abrasions by killing S. aureus and
other bacteria that can cause infection in open wounds. It may also encourage
To disinfect a cut or scrape, follow these steps:
Clean the cut thoroughly with plain soap and water.
Mix one drop of Tea tree with one teaspoon of coconut
Apply a small amount of the mixture to the injury and
cover it with a bandage.
Repeat this process once or twice daily until a scab has
Storage information: Store in a cool, dark, dry place.
Disclaimer: This is a complementary medicine and
has not been evaluated and verified by the South African Health Products
Regulatory Authority for its quality, safety or intended use. Use of this
product must not substitute the obtaining of medical advice from a registered
health professional for any health conditions you may have. To avoid an adverse
reaction, please obtain advice from your medical practitioner if you are
pregnant/breastfeeding, have a medical condition, or are taking any medication.