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How well does tea tree oil work to control excess sweat for those with hyperhidrosis?

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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Unknown

Although recommended on some internet sites the only known uses of tree tea oil are as and antibacterial and antifungal agent on the skin and as a substitute for tea leaves.
Well. If you can drink it as a tea, it's probably safe. Hyperhidrosis is due to an imbalance of the autonomic nervous system. Get checked for thyroid & adrenal disease. If negative, try biofeedback or meditation.

In brief: Unknown

Although recommended on some internet sites the only known uses of tree tea oil are as and antibacterial and antifungal agent on the skin and as a substitute for tea leaves.
Well. If you can drink it as a tea, it's probably safe. Hyperhidrosis is due to an imbalance of the autonomic nervous system. Get checked for thyroid & adrenal disease. If negative, try biofeedback or meditation.
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