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Anti-fungal Essential Oils

As with any information presented on this page, please use all proper precautions in using these powerful aromatic essences, and consult a medical practitioner when in doubt. We are in no way responsible for misuse of the information presented herein.


essential oil leaf link to tea tree essential oilTea Tree (melaleuca alternifolia)
Most frequently recommended for the treatment of athletes foot, candida, in fact any sort of fungus. Tea tree oil is an effective all round anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal oil. Many authorities recommend using Tea Tree neat (undiluted) but much recent evidence shows that it is actually more effective in a 2% dilution. I personally consider it much too harsh to use undiluted on the skin.

Tea Tree is the usually suggested aromatherapy remedy for Ringworm. If I were trying to treat this fungal infection I'd go with a weak (ie 12 drops/ounce of carrier) dilution of Tea Tree in Jojoba Oil.

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essential oil leaf link to Myrrh essential oilMyrrh Essential Oil Commiphora myrrha
Specifically often recommended in a blend to treat "Jock Strap Itch." I have found it effective blended with tea tree and worked into Bentonite Clay, used as a body powder. Please don't use Corn Starch in this "do it yourself" dusting powder as it tends to feed the fungus and makes things worse, not better.

 
leaf image for cedarwood essential oilsCedarwood, either Atlas or Virginia.
Wonderful for clearing out musty closets or basements, perhaps blended with Lemongrass, or Lemon Eucalyptus (see below.) For a basement or large area, I would suggest running in a nebulizing diffuser to really fill the atmosphere. For a closet, first wipe the closet down with a blend of the oils in water and allow to dry thoroughly (perhaps running a dehumidifier, if available.)

 
leaf image for cedarwood essential oilsTagetes Tagetes glandulifera
Recommended for use with fungi that affect the feet. Tagetes is a strong photosensitizer so really shouldn't be used on other parts of the body. I've found a blend of Tea Tree oil and Tagetes added to a vinegar and water foot bath very effective for athletes foot and for dealing with toenail fungus.

 
leaf image for cedarwood essential oilsLavandin Lavandula hybrid var. Super
This is the essential oil that I use to keep the linen closet fresh and sweet smelling. I use one of our little "clay pot" diffusers in the closet.

 
leaf image for cedarwood essential oilsLemon Eucalyptus Eucalyptus citriodora
Lemon Eucalyptus, in a nebulizing diffuser is what I used when part of the house was flooded, wet carpets etc., last year. It is a wonderful air cleaner and strong antifungal for use in a large area.

 
   
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