Tea tree oil is made of leaves of a plant native to Australia. It is the plant called Melaleuca alternifolia.
They crush the leaves and then apply them onto a wound or burn, holding them with a mud pack.
In the 1920s, a group of Australian researchers found that this oil is antiseptic 100 times stronger than the best germicide of the time.
It has antibiotic properties and that is why it can b used as a remedy to treat coughs, runny nose, sore throats, bronchitis, and even tuberculosis, helps treat dandruff, burns, rashes, skin infections, etc.
Tea tree oil is disinfectant able to remove mold and all types of germs.
How To Remove Mold With Tea Tree Oil
2 tsp. of Tea Tree Oil
2 cups water
How to make it:
Start by mixing the tea tree oil and water.
Then simply pour the mixture in a spray bottle.
How to use it:
– spray the affected areas,
– let it sit for 1-2 hours.
– wipe it away with a cloth.
Keep it clean and healthy …