Tea Tree Oil is the Best Homemade Remedies for Foot Care


Tea Tree – Latin for Melaleuca alternifolia grows only in Australia. It belongs to the family Myrtaceae, commonly known as eucalyptus.

The leaves are rich in essential oils that smell, reminiscent of camphor. Essential oil is prepared from the leaf .

Tea tree oil is very strong antiseptic (8 times stronger than carbolic acid and 12 times stronger than phenol) also has a pronounced antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and immunostimulatory effects.

Tea tree oil has been used successfully to combat such pathogens as: Staphylococcus (more than six species including aureus, erider-midis, pneumoniae, faecalis, etc.)

Propionibacterium acnes, Beta haemolytic streptococcus, Klebsiella pheuraoniac, Citrobacter spp., Shigella sonnei, Proteus mirabolis, Legioneila spp., Pseudomonas aeriginosa, Candida albicans, and others destroying the bacteria and fungus, tea tree oil at the same time strengthens the immune system.

Homemade Remedies for Foot Care

Foot Massagers: 7-10 drops mixed with 1 teaspoon of shower gel, baking soda, salt or honey, and dissolve in 500 grams of hot water.

Sports injuries and sprains: rub pure tea tree oil to your feet. Use an anti-stress daily moisturizer for the feet and legs with the addition of tea tree Naela.

Foot fungus and calluses: Add five drops of tea tree oil in a warm foot bath to get rid of foot fungus, ease the pain of a different kind of calluses or blisters.

Warts: get rid of warts by applying tea tree oil to the affected area three times a day. Repeat the course of a few weeks.

Fungal infection: massage tea tree oil nail, a fungal infection.

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