Famed throughout Australia and other parts of the South Pacific, tea tree oil has now become a globally recognized remedy for a number of health conditions, including histoplasmosis. Known as a cure-all in certain parts of the world, tea tree oil does possess antibacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. You can use tea tree oil in aromatherapy for the treatment of histoplasmosis, as direct consumption is not recommended. This practice can quickly eliminate the fungal infection in your lungs and get your respiratory health back to normal.
Tea Tree Oil
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