100% pure, therapeutic grade certified organic Tea tree essential oil is steam-distilled, widely known to provide treatment for lesions.
About Essential Oils
Aromatherapy, practised in different countries around the world for nearly 6,000 years, is a holistic approach to physical and emotional healing, using only natural herbal oils. Natural herbal oils, or essential oils are extracted in concentrated form from roots, leaves, seeds, or flowers of plants and each type has its own active ingredients, targeting different symptoms.
Most commonly, essential oils can be massaged into the skin or diffused into the air for breathing.
All of our essential oils are 100% pure, therapeutic grade, and have been certified organic by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Tea Tree Essential Oil Benefits
The Tea Tree Essential Oil is derived from the leaves and twigs of the tea tree of Australia. It is known for its powerful antiseptic properties and ability to treat wounds. With its anti-inflammatory actions, it is becoming an increasingly popular active ingredient in a variety of household and cosmetic products.
Because of its antiseptic properties , tea tree oil helps the healing of:
- Bacterial infections
- Cold sores
- Halitosis (bad breath)
- Head lice
- Itchy Insect bites, sores, and sunburns
Tea tree essential oil can be used in the Cold Air Diffuser for the best aromatherapy. It has also been used as:
- Natural eczema treatment - help relieve different types of skin inflammation
- Wound treatment - for infection and cuts
- Cleaning product - tea tree oil has powerful antimicrobial properties that can disinfect your home
- Fungal treatment - for toenail fungus, athlete’s foot and ringworm
* Please consult a healthcare provider before using an essential oil for any purpose.
Leaves or twigs of Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree)
Herbaceous, and leathery with a green back note
1 fl oz or 30 mL
Non-toxic, non-irritant, with possible sensitization in some individuals.
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