Tea Tree Oil

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Tea tree oil first found its fame in Australia, but its incredibly diverse range of health benefits has made it a popular remedy around the world. Tea tree oil has antioxidant, anti-fungal, antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, making it a comprehensive remedy for open wounds, such as bad burns. Once the internal healing process has begun, tea tree oil can be topically applied, in small concentrations, to the burn. This will prevent any fungal, viral or bacterial agents from entering the body or infecting the wound, thus speeding up the healing process significantly.

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