Tea Tree Oil Uses
Renowned for its healing potential, Tea Tree is widely used to cleanse and purify. It supports natural healing in minor cuts, scrapes, rashes and bites with its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. It also contains antifungal qualities that can be used skin care and particularly for feet. Blends well with: Rosemary Cineol, Manuka, Lavender True and Lemon
With its antiseptic properties, Tea Tree is an essential addition to any first aid kit. It supports natural healing processes for effective recovery from minor wounds and scrapes. Fill a basin of water, add 5 drops of Tea Tree and bathe using a face cloth. Repeat daily. Keep out of eyes.
- Healthy Air
Diffuse 5 drops of Tea Tree when cold or flu is present. This helps to cleanse and purify the air and inhibit the spread of airborne infection. Repeat hourly.
- Healthy Feet
A daily footbath with the addition of 5 drops of Tea Tree is a wonderful foot tonic for athletes. It has powerful anti-fungal properties to protect against infection and aid effective recovery. A drop dabbed directly onto an infected area is also beneficial.
- Respiratory Function
Tea Tree is cleansing and fortifying and aids respiratory and immune functions. Add 10 drops to the bath or the diffuser and repeat for at least 5 consecutive days. Add 5 drops Eucalyptus and 5 drops of Lavender Spike to aid the effectiveness and enhance the scent.
Safety: May be irritating to sensitive skin. Safe if used as directed. If using in the mouth, do NOT swallow. If ingested, drink milk and seek advice from a healthcare practitioner. Avoid contact with eyes: flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
The Aborigine people of Australia are likely the longest standing practitioners of healing with Melaleuca tree (Tea Tree) for a wide range of topical and oral applications. When the first European settlers arrived in the 18th century they learned how to use the leaves for their own healing applications. But Tea Tree remained largely a bush remedy for 150 years until the 1920s, when an Australian chemist, Arthur Penfold distilled the oil and discovered its antiseptic and antifungal properties. Tea Tree has since been confirmed as having a host of healing benefits including antiseptic, antiviral, fungicide, insecticide and stimulant and has become a household name indicated for a number of conditions such as cuts, head lice, ringworm, thrush, tonsillitis and gingivitis. It has also been used for foot problems and nail bed infections, as well as being promoted as an efficient expectorant and helpful for sore throats.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Melaleuca alternifolia, plant / flower, distilled, certified organic, Australia.
Terpinene-4-ol, gamma-Terpinene, alpha-Terpinene, Paracymene, 1,8-Cineol