Tea Tree Oil

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There are a number of causes behind edema besides blood pressure or cardiovascular conditions. Certain insect bites, for example, can cause this excessive fluid build-up in the extremities due to the toxicity or poison released into the body when you get bit. Tea tree oil is one of the most effective antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial and antiseptic substances on the planet, so applying a bit of this nutrient-rich substance to the spot of the insect bite can cause a rapid reduction in the swelling and pressure of the affected area. Tea tree oil can also help reduce edema that isn’t caused by an insect bite.

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