Tea tree oil in gynecology

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Last reviewed: 19.10.2021

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Tea tree oil in gynecology is common in pathologies, the genesis of which is based on fungi, bacteria or viruses. In general, it is a thrush, inflammatory processes on the external genitalia or in the vagina.

With a therapeutic purpose, oil is used for inflammation in the vagina in the form of tampons. A solution for this is prepared by diluting an oil of 1 drop with a glass of water. This tool should be soaked in a tampon and placed in the vagina for the night. If the use will be carried out in the daytime, then the change of tampons should be more frequent.

To cope with the vaginitis will help the bath, which is prepared from several drops of oil and water. Similar procedures are repeated twice a day for up to a quarter of an hour.

Tea tree oil from thrush

Tea tree oil from thrush is necessary in view of its ability to lead to the death of fungal pathogens. Due to the fact that the milkman is a candida, so syringing and tampons with oil give a good result.

The syringing agent consists of 5 drops of oil and a liter of water to 45 degrees. Douching with the prepared solution is applied a couple of times a day, which ensures the death of fungi.

To this end, you can prepare a solution of 7 drops of oil, a glass of water to 45 degrees and 2 g of soda. The combination of such components gives a quick result.

Tea tree oil from thrush gives the best effect when combined with other natural substances. The agent for impregnating the tampon is prepared from aloe, sea-buckthorn oil (20 g), 5 drops of this oil and the same volume of lavender oil. The resulting solution has an antifungal and analgesic effect. Tampon should be placed in the vagina at night.

For the preventive purpose, several drops applied to the daily pad are allowed to prevent infection.

Tea tree oil with cystitis

Cystitis and other inflammatory processes of urinary organs manifest similar clinical manifestations. This is often a painful sensation of the stomach, a discomfort when emptying the bladder: at the beginning or end of urination. Depending on these nuances, you can suspect urethritis or cystitis.

In addition, urinalysis with a predominance of white blood cells, bacteria or mucus may change. However, despite the difference in symptoms, tea tree oil in cystitis can get rid of them in a week. With a therapeutic purpose, the sessile baths are used.

It is desirable to apply several oils at the same time to achieve the maximum result in the shortest possible time. So, you can combine the tea tree with 3 drops, pine and juniper - by 2. Adding them to the water at a temperature of about 50 degrees, it is desirable to take a bath for about a quarter of an hour.

Tea tree oil in cystitis is also combined with other oils, for example, bergamot, thyme and cypress. Taking 2 drops of tea tree and one - the rest of the ingredients, you get another bath when you add them to warm water. Their reception should continue until the disappearance of clinical manifestations, but with increased intensity of symptoms and fever, you should consult a doctor.

Tea tree oil in gynecology for preventive purposes can be applied by adding a couple of drops of oil to a hygiene product. This is done so: on hand to pour the means, foaming it and add a couple of drops of oil. Thus, in the process of carrying out the toilet of the external genital organs, the skin and mucous membranes are disinfected.

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