Nasal Polyps Remedy Tea Tree Oil

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Nasal Polyps Remedy Tea Tree Oil

The tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) is grown on plantations in Australia for essential oils of high quality from leaves and branches. The essential oil from the tea tree has potent antimicrobial actions against many bacteria, fungal, and viral organisms. Tea tree oil should not be used internally. The Tea Tree oil is used as a steam inhalant for treating and breaking up congestion in sinus sufferers with nasal polyps.

How to Use

Tea Tree oil is considered to be the panacea of herbal solutions and treatment for nasal polyps, congestion caused by infection, colds and flu. Tea tree oil as an expectorant that can help cure congestion due to infections from viruses, bacteria, and microbes. Nasal polyps remedy with tea tree oil has been useful and successful.

Using Nasal Polyps Remedy Tea Tree Oil

Put two drops of tea tree oil into a pot of boiling water. Cover your head and the pot with a large towel and inhale the steam vapors for 5 minutes 2 times each day for 5 days. If this does not offer any relief, consult your doctor. You can also put 2 drops of tea tree oil in your vaporizer when you sleep. This technique can treat congestion and be a deterrent against infections.

Prevention Against Sinus Infections and Nasal Polyps

As a precaution from acquiring sinus infections, colds, and flu use tea tree oil to prevent congestion. Put 2 drops of tea tree oil into 8 ounces of warm water. Gargle daily and do not swallow. This can prevent mucus build up in your throat. It has the potential to defend against infections in your throat. You can also put 2 drops of tea tree oil in your vaporizer when you sleep helping to disinfect the air. This will help to discourage fungal or bacterial congestion.

nasal-polyps-remedy-tea-tree-oilNever Ingest Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree oil is toxic when taken orally. It can cause critical blistering, contact dermatitis and diminished immune system’s ability to work properly. Other problems caused by ingesting tea tree oil are stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, mouth ulcers, sleepiness, lethargy, dementia, confusion and possibly coma.

Tea tree oil is contraindicated with other anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial drugs. Consult your doctor before using tea tree oil when you are taking medication.

Tea tree oil feels good and opens the airways.

Tea Tree Oil on a Bath Cloth

To help with your nasal congestion during the day, put two drops of tea tree oil on your small bath cloth inhaling the oil for short times during the day. Inhale the tea tree oil on the cloth through your nose. Exhale through your mouth. Nasal polyps remedy tea tree oil is suitable for most polyps and sinus patients.

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Jessica

I have always just seen beauty products like shampoo and lotion scented with tea tree oil, but I never thought of using it in way like this. I especially love the idea of using it as a steam inhaler either in a vaporizer or boiling water. That sounds like it would be great during a bath too…how relaxing and more beneficial to your health than a regular candle! I wonder if using it with steam would be good for your skin too.

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