Tea Tree Oil

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For generations, tea tree oil has been one of the most trusted herbal remedies in Australia, and its popularity has spread across the world. It is an incredibly powerful antibacterial and antimicrobial substance, and can be used in the same way as other essential oils in the treatment of gonorrhea. You can topically apply tea tree oil to the affected area, or put it on a tampon, for females suffering from gonorrhea. Tea tree oil’s natural volatile components will actively seek out and destroy the bacteria causing the infection, speeding up the healing process significantly.

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