Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil

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Product Name Price Qty
Tea Tree Essential Oil (1/3 oz)
Tea Tree Essential Oil (2 oz)
Tea Tree Essential Oil (4 oz)
Tea Tree Essential Oil (16 oz)

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Tea Tree Essential Oil is most popular medicinal oil and called a cure-all. One drop applied to the finger and then sucked will help a sore throat. Tea Tree Oil gives a gentle boost to the immune system and taken to prevent the flu and cold. Use with dogs and horses to prevent or rid fleas.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

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Tea Tree Essential Oil will stop insect bites from itching and can be applied from the bottle. For fire ant bites it will stop the sting and prevent pus from forming. Apply to soap for an antibacterial wash. It will treat toe and nail fungus especially when blended with Oregano. Safe for children to use. Australia has a set standard for this oil with government protection. There are several essential oils produced from the melaleuca species. Cajeput (M. cajeputi, M. minor), Niaouli (M. viridiflora, M. quinquenervia). New Zealand tea tree, manuka ( Leptospermum scoparium) is a new oil being introduced. It has a history of use with the Maori people who used it for curing many illnesses. Kanuka (L. ericoides), a chemotype of New Zealand Tea Tree also has a rich medicinal history.

Additional Information

Product No. 01-tea02-group
GCC DS-GP Australia
Common Name Tea Tree, Ti-tree
Scientific Name Melaleuca alternifolia, M. linarifolia (narrow leaf tea tree), M. uncinata
Family Name Myrtaceae (Myrtle)
Indigenous Country Australia (New South Wales)
Country Of Production Australia
History This oil is only produced in Australia. It has under gone extensive scientific testing. It has bacterial, fungal, and viral properties. Tea tree was discovered by Captain Cook in 1770. They used the leaves to make a refreshing tea.
history_cont No
Plant Description An evergreen tree growing to 10ft high with needle like leaves bearing purple or yellow flowers.
Parts Processed leaves and twigs.
Processing Methods Steam distilled.
Color Range Clear - yellowish green.
Chemical Constituents Class: Monoterpene.Terpinenes, cineol, pinene, cymene.
Yin/Yang No
Physical Uses Used for abscess, acne, athlete's foot, blisters, burns, cold sores, dandruff, herpes, insect bites, oily skin, rashes, diaper rash, warts, infected wounds, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, tuberculosis, whooping cough, vaginitis, etc.
Physical_Uses_cont No
Mental Uses I find pleasure in my body and in my life. I am a creative person.
Emotional Uses Confused, sexual trauma known or repressed, over stimulated sexually, depressed TO remembering sexual trauma and fragile, balanced sexually
Spiritual Uses Can indicate that you have experienced some trauma that has damaged your energy field. The trauma could be of a sexual nature. Check the sacral chakra for damage. Tea Tree could indicate that you are in need of more creative stimulus.
Spiritual_Uses_Cont No
Applications Aroma lamp, bath, compress, diffusor, douche, inhaler, light bulb ring, liquid candle, massage, salve, steam inhalation.
Warnings/Contraindications Nontoxic.

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