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Prescription Counterparts:

For disinfecting a cut or a scrape, tea tree oil is just as good as two old-time stand-bys—merbromin (Mercurochrome) and iodine. For a vaginal yeast infection, some research shows that tea tree oil is just as good as the prescription drugs nystatin (Mycostatin) and clotrimazole (Lotrimin).

Tea tree oil also works just as well as products that contain benzoyl peroxide (such as Oxy 10) against inflamed acne, but with fewer side effects such as dryness, stinging, and redness. Benzoyl peroxide works better on noninflamed acne, though.

Tea tree supplements Dosage Options:

Never ingest tea tree oil; It's best reserved for topical treatment. The straight, full-power oil is your best medicinal bet, but start off with a diluted preparation just in case you're sensitive to it (see "Tea tree side effects").

Mix some tea tree oil with an equal amount of vegetable oil or water, then apply it to your skin. For dandruff, put a couple of drops in your favorite shampoo.

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