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Melaleuca oil, in some circles known as "tea tree" oil has been used in Australia for generations to support respiratory and skin systems.  Renowned for it's cleansing and rejuvenating effect on the skin, as well as the ability to promote healthy immune function*, in the 1920's Melaleuca was used widely as an antiseptic.  Today, it is widely used for supporting the body's natural functions to fight against many environmental and seasonal threats*.

Topically, Melaleuca can be applied in many different ways.  For occasional skin irritations, you can apply one to two drops of Melaleuca onto the affected area, apply to your skin after shaving, apply to finger and toenails after shower to purify and keep them looking healthy, and apply to the bottom of your feet and inside shoes for a refresh.  Additionally, you can combine one to two drops with your facial cleanser or moisturizer for added cleansing properties.  

Internally, add one to two drops to water, citrus drinks, or in a veggie capsule to support healthy immune function*.   Add to water alone, or along with peppermint (my favorite!) for a refreshing mouth rinse and breath freshener.

You can also clean with it!  Add a few drops to a spray bottle filled with water and use on surfaces to protect against environmental threats* - (and it smells WAY better than some of those other cleaning chemicals!)

Melaleuca is GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe for Consumption). It can be applied topically, aromatically, and internally.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease*

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