Tea Tree Essential Oil

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EO4912
Country of Origin
Australia
Latin Binomial
Melaleuca alternifolia
Other Names
Narrow-Leaved Paperbark
Plant Part
Leaf

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Tea Tree Essential Oil is widely used to treat all three infectious organisms: bacterial, viral and fungal. A powerful immune stimulant, Tea Tree oil is a must-have oil to keep on hand at home and at work.

  • Kills fungi, viruses & bacteria
  • Relieves stress
  • Stimulates immunity

Tea Tree Essential Oil is widely used to treat all three infectious organisms: bacterial, viral and fungal. A powerful immune stimulant, Tea Tree oil is a must-have oil to keep on hand at home and at work.

Blisters, burns, chickenpox, insect bites, skin rashes, sunburn, warts, wounds, dandruff, oily skin, lice: Topical Application

Acne: Topical Application, Facial Massage.

Asthma, colds, respiratory problems, ear and nose infections: Direct Inhalation, Steam Inhalation (except in cases of asthma).

Immune system deficiencies, herpes, abscesses, tooth and gum infections, cold sores, thrush, fever, flu, fungal infections, infectious illnesses, viral infections: Diffusion, Direct Inhalation, Topical Inhalation, Whole Body Massage, Aromatic Bath.

Vaginal infections, candida, cystitis: Sitz Bath, Hip Bath, Aromatic Bath.

Athlete's Foot: Dilute to a maximum of 10-20% in a carrier oil (50-100 drops per tablespoon) and apply to affected areas.

 

Safety Precautions

Non-toxic, non-irritant; possible sensitization reactions in some individuals.

 

The fresh and antiseptic scent of Tea Tree oil gives rise to a wealth of therapeutic benefits. Its germicidal action is not as strong as that of more aggressive oils like oregano; however, its great advantage is that it is mild and not a skin irritant, so it can be applied for long periods of time.

Tea Tree has been revered for its usefulness by the aboriginal people of Australia for many hundreds of years; however, they use the leaves directly, not the distilled essential oil.

Tea Tree is also known for its remarkable skin-healing properties and is often suggested to help treat everything from acne, bug bites and sunburn to athlete's foot and dandruff. Its antiseptic and analgesic properties make it perfect for cleaning wounds and treating all manner of infections, while offering soothing pain relief. Tea Tree Essential Oil is easily added to most skin care products; simply add the oil to aloe vera gel

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