USING TEA TREE OIL IN A BATH: FOR EASY BREATHING & SOOTHING INFLAMMATION

USING TEA TREE OIL IN A BATH: FOR EASY BREATHING & SOOTHING INFLAMMATION

When used in a bath, Tea Tree Essential Oil stimulates the body’s immune function through its antifungal and antibacterial properties, which combats the harmful effects of contaminants on the skin by inhibiting bacterial growth and reproduction.

  • It heals skin conditions, such as Athlete’s Foot,

  • Soothing burns and cuts.

  • Its antiseptic properties eliminate bodily toxins and disinfect pores to prevent clogging that can lead to acne-prone skin.

  • It can lighten scars while replenishing skin’s natural oil balance.

  • Inhaling the fragrance of bath water scented with Tea Tree Oil can relieve inflammation that causes not only a sore body but also sinus pressure and headaches.

  • Its decongestant and expectorant properties make Tea Tree Essential Oil beneficial for reducing or relieving respiratory issues such as coughs, colds, and the flu. It does this by loosening phlegm and mucus in the nose and throat to facilitate their elimination. Its anti-bacterial activity fights respiratory infections and inflammation from ailments such as bronchitis, laryngitis, and tonsillitis.

 

  1. TEA TREE BATH BLEND FOR SORE MUSCLES

Ingredient Amount

Epsom Salt 1 cup

Dead Sea Salt¼ cup

Baking Soda ¼ cup

Tea Tree Essential Oil 10 drops

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Pour Epsom Salt into a clean mixing bowl.

  2. Add Dead Sea Salt to the Epsom Salt. Mix well.

  3. Add Baking Soda to the salts. Mix well.

  4. Add Tea Tree Essential Oil. Mix well.

  5. Spoon the final product into clean jars (such as canning or jam jars).

  6. When adding the salts to a warm bath, ensure complete dissolution in water to avoid slipping.

  7. Depending on the size of the bathtub, use between ¼ to ½ cup of this salt blend per bath.

  8. Relax and enjoy the relief from congestion, sore muscles, and inflammation.