Tea tree oil, melaleuca alternifolia essential oil, properties, traditional healing uses, recipes, warnings.
Comment posted by Paul of Sacramento, CA, USA on 11 July 2012 at 10:53 695
YES For the last six months I have suffered miserably with anal itch. I don't know what caused it, Iâ€™m pretty clean and healthy living. My specialist physician prescribed several medications that only made the situation worse. He couldn't explain it either, and just told me to keep the area dry. The itch was awful, people would wonder if I was distracted at times (well, I was!) I spent hours on the computer at home researching how to beat my itchy pain. The answer is TEA TREE OIL. Just a couple of drops on a cotton ball, hold to the area for a minute. Wait for a few more minutes then apply some corn starch to the area to dry it. The TTO burns at first, but then the TTO actually causes a cooling sensation.