They used to crush the tea tree leaves and apply them onto the affected area, and secure them with a mud pack. The historians believe that the amazing properties of tea tree oil have been discovered by the Australian researchers back in the 20s.
These researchers found that tea tree oil possesses antiseptic properties 100 times more effective than the germicide they used in that period- carbolic acid.
Latest studies claim that this oil is helpful in the treatment of all kinds of respiratory problems, from runny nose and sore throats to bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.
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Thanks to its powerful antibiotic properties, it can help with skin conditions such as burns, rashes, and even dandruff.
Nevertheless, in this post we focus on the tea tree oil’s ability to eliminate mold and germs. Here’s the quick recipe of the mold reliever whose use is very simple.
- 2 tsp. of tea tree oil
- 2 cups of water
- One spray bottle
Mix the oil and the water, and pour the solution in the spray bottle. Start spraying on the areas in your home where there’s mold. Then, let it dry naturally. Wipe it off with a towel, and that’s it. You will be surprised by the quick results!