doTERRA melaleuca essential oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the plant and has many benefits to your skin and immune system.
Did You Know?
Australian Aborigines have used “tea tree” for centuries, often crushing leaves in their hands and inhaling the aroma when they felt under the weather or to support their immune system.
The Main Problem That We All Face
Do you know someone that gets boo boos and ouchies or needs some immune system support when they get a stomach bug? Melaleuca is extremely effective at handling those internal baddies and helping your skin to recover more quickly.
Top 3 Uses Of Melaleuca Essential Oil
1.) Add 1-2 drops with fractionated coconut oil for facial cleanser. Using this after a shower with 1 drop of lemon, peppermint, and lavender is very effective for a more even skin complexion.
2.) Use 1 drop on top of ouchies or boo-boos. This is a great natural solution to the synthetic store bought options.
3.) Place 1-2 drops melaleuca with 1-2 drops oregano in veggie capsule for immune support. You can add a drop of lemon, lemongrass, and thyme for additional support.
doTERRA Melaleuca Essential Oil Blends Best With
1.) Cypress essential oil: Cypress is great for supporting your prostate, pancreas, and ovary function. This pairs well with melaleuca since they both aim at helping your organs and immune system.
2.) Thyme essential oil: Thyme oil is great for flavor in recipes but combines well with melaleuca in a veggie capsule to boost immunity.
3.) Lavender essential oil: Lavender helps with calming and relaxing and blends with melaleuca in a diffuser or on the skin to help it recover more quickly.
doTERRA melaleuca essential oil is powerful, cleansing, and resolving when it comes to your health. Melaleuca oil blends well with cypress, thyme, and lavender.
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