Showing posts with label Halitosis/Bad Breath. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Halitosis/Bad Breath. Show all posts

Tea Tree Oil uses and benefits with children

Tea Tree Oil is one of the most used essential oils within aromatherapy, since it is one the most basic ones.

It has triple antiseptic effect: fights bacteria, fungi and some viruses – and it can provide a lot of help when dealing with children.

Tea tree oil uses and benefits with children (and all family)

You must always be very careful  to not use this oil directly, this essences are very strong and they can cause skin irritations – that’s why you should always dilute it with vegetable oil, cream, aloe vera or some carrier oil like jojoba or coconut.

  • One of the typical problems with children at school, are the ever so feared lice. One very effective solution for this nasty affection is to wash your children’s hair with a tea tree oil shampoo, or just drop 1 or 2 drops of tea tree oil to your regular shampoo (mix it at the time you will use it, not directly inside the bottle but in your hand). Once the hair is rinsed, you should comb it with your comb already impregnated with tea tree oil: this will help dealing with those pesky nits, killing them and clearing the hair.
  • The strong smell of this oil is of great help for getting our inmune system stronger, because it activates our body cells, that’s why if we use some drops with an essential oil diffuser and let it work inside a room, we will boost our inmune system. It would be very beneficial to use the diffusor inside our children’s room – specially on flu season.
  • When we happen to have our gums swollen or maybe a sore throat, tea tree oil will help us to fight those disconforts by adding 3 or 5 drops to a glass of water, and then rinse our mouth with it. Be careful of not swallowing as it is toxic. Also, Tea tree oil is good for bad breath, so you can dip your toothbrush in water with some tea tree drops, and your done.
  • Tea tree oil is good for acne. It helps fighting the bacteria that causes some of it, so it can be used when treating those horrible pimples that teenagers hate so much. There are a lot of good tea tree oil products for acne over the counter that can really help with this skin problem.
  • If your children got to some public pool, maybe you already know about Athlete’s Foot, don’t you? It spreads like fire in these situations. But, you can use some over the counter gel that uses tea tree oil or just wet some piece of cotton with 5% pure tea tree oil and rub the affected area for about 5 days, and then you’ll notice how everything goes back to normal, the natural way. You can use this method to treat Athlete’s Foot and also to prevent it.

As you can see, Tea Tree Oil provides a lot of everyday solutions for our family, and most important: natural solutions, without any chemicals or drugs. It offers a healthy and cheap way of treating some common problems. Try it!

How To Cure and Treat Halitosis with Tea Tree Oil

How to cure bad breath? Halitosis is the technical term for bad breath, in most cases, bad breath in the mouth can be traced to sulfur gases produced by bacteria in.

As we already know, pure tea tree oil is a very strong antiseptic and anti-bacterial natural remedy and australian tea tree oil for bad breath will work because the oil is toxic to the bacteria: they are very fragile, and can be killed by chemicals and drugs.


Using floss impregnated with it will be very helpful and resolve the symptoms of halitosis. How to use? Soak dental floss with tea tree oil. Floss your teeth regularly with floss soaked in it.

The flossing must be done everyday for at least a month, and then the symptoms of halitosis will be resolved. Caution: this oil should not be taken internally - the effects of ingesting this oil are unknown, but it could be toxic - just treat it like toothpaste: don't swallow it!

Tea tree oil is a home remedy for bad breath when used as a toothpaste additive. Add a drop of the oil to your toothpaste right before you brush, daily.


You can also create a Tea Tree oil mouthwash, by adding 3 drops of the oil to a cup of warm water. Gargle this solution two to three times a day, after each meal.halitosis


Since this oil is an effective antibacterial remedy (commonly used to fight yeast infections and acne, too), manufacturers of oral hygiene products have chosen to use this oil as an important element in their products.

Organic Tea tree oil is a popular ingredient known to make toothpastes more effective means of treating gum diseases.


There are plenty of products available over the counter to choose from: oral rinse, mouthwash, toothpaste and dental floss - they all use australian tea tree as an ingredient, commonly along with myrrh, peppermint and thyme.


Tea tree oil toothpaste is probably the easiest to find, and the cheaper one.

But remember: Keep an eye on hygiene, that is the first key to getting rid of halitosis.


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