Tea Tree Oil – A Bottled Wonder For Treating UTI
Besides the aroma therapeutic prowess of tea tree oil it also has its own medicinal uses. It has been around for years. Its benefits has spread from mouth to mouth even before any scientific researchers or studies had been made to support and provide evidences for these stories of wonders and successes regarding the adventures of tea tree oil.
It the earlier days, oils extracted from the leaves of the tea tree were primarily used to treat common cough and colds through inhalation.
Infusions were also utilized to manage sore throat and other skin diseases. Tea tree oil uses were not very popular back then as much as it is to date until a researcher came up and proclaimed the anti microbial prowess of the oil extracted from tea tree.
From then on, the bottled oil we know today was popularized despite a sufficient decline to its popularity right after the Second World War was undeniable. This is due to the medical advances which includeventions of more potent and fast acting antibiotics, as opposed to the bottled oil wonder which has a lesser slower mechanism of action compared to the contemporary forms of medicine.
Urinary tract infection occurs when there is accumulation of bacteria inside the urinary tract. In the earlier occurrence of this condition, it is likely that a person may not be able to note any remarkable physical manifestation.
Often when these symptoms present themselves, they are barely tolerable leading a person to seek for treatment. Given the noted facts regarding risks that come with adherence to highly potent medicines available to combat the bacteria that causes urinary tract infection.
However, some would rather commit themselves to less harmful alternative treatment means like tea tree oil. Given the so called bottled wonder's medicinal prowess, tea tree acts as a treatment to urinary tract infection, as it is a very potent anti bacterial agent.
It acts first and foremost to eliminate the bacteria that cause swelling inside the urinary tract. The same swelling that causes the almost quite intolerable pain that more often than not leads an infected person with urinary tract infection to seek for medical assistance.
Tea tree oil's mechanism of action is relatively similar to that of scientifically prepared substances that aid a person during a pathologic condition as the urinary tract infection. In fact, its bactericidal effect is not solely exclusive to that of urinary tract infections or ordinary coughs and colds.
It is also proved to be highly effective to eradicate bacteria that cause diseases like acne, fungal infections in the toes and nails, candidiasis, swollen gums and many others. Given its many wonderful uses, it has the making of the next big thing in the alternative medical world.
At present it is used as an ingredient to many other products like shampoo, soap, feminine wash, facial wash, deodorants, dental floss and many others. Treatment responses are more often than not subjective and with that being said, it is best to seek for medical assistance in order for you to formulate and implement a therapeutic regimen that best suits you.
A consult may also be helpful to avoid the occurrence of anaphylactic reactions and other unwanted side effects of any treatment you will use to treat your condition.
Source by Mark Adwood