Melaleuca Oil Research Report
Researched and Written by Karen MacKenzie
Melaleuca’s T36-C5® - Melaleuca Oil and Insect Bites
The summer months are heralded by the arrival of the usual stinging and biting pests. Thank goodness for tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil. Renowned for its antifungal and antiseptic qualities, not many people appreciate that melaleuca oil also speeds up healing and has a mild analgesic effect that reduces pain and inflammation associated with irritating insect bites. I find it especially good for flea bites. I have several pets and during the summer months it is inevitable that they get bitten.
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