Item #: CLC-0036
Size: 10 ml / 0.33 fl oz
Tea Tree essential oil is a little different than many other essential oils.
- Not necessarily used very often to freshen up a room or other space.
- More often known to be used in homeopathic apothecary treatments.
- The smell of Tea Tree oil is widely associated with the scent of natural healing.
- The oldest origin roots in the Australian Aborigines region. They have been known to use it since their beginning for all kinds of ailments and sicknesses.
- Many dermatologists swear by the use of Tea Tree essential oil for all types of skin treatments. This can be done at home, as well.
- The medicinal qualities that are within Tea Tree essential oil are so abundant that they are still being discovered every day.
It is a very thin and water like liquid that is steam distilled and extracted directly from the Tea tree. When using it for aromatherapy, it is very purifying and stimulating to the body.
There’s no need to use harsh and abrasive chemicals on your skin when there is Tea Tree essential oil to use conveniently and naturally at home.
- You can use it directly on your skin to help with conditions such as acne, rosacea, or eczema. Early sailors used tea tree oil extract in their tea to help prevent scurvy while out at sea.
- It can be inhaled directly to aid in common cough and cold treatment.
- It is a natural antiviral medication and can effectively and naturally protect your surface objects from virus germs.
- Sometimes used to help treat common cold sores, or even herpes cold sore blisters.
- People have used Tea Tree oil to treat yeast infections homeopathically.
- It can be used on cuts and abrasions much like you would use Benzoyl Peroxide without the mess and irritation that Benzoyl Peroxide can often cause.
- Known to be an effective homeopathic treatment for dandruff and itchy scalp. Some have even used it to treat dermatitis.
- School children can benefit from it when used as a topical head lice treatment because it is very effective, is safer than chemical treatments, and it smells great in the hair afterwards.
- It is also often used in the treatment and elimination of scabies and mites.
- Also a good as a topical hygienic rub for the cuticles and nail beds of your hands and feet to prevent nail debridement.
Note: You must use some care when using Tea Tree essential oil in your home because even though it is completely natural, it is also completely toxic when ingested. You must especially take great care when using in a home that has children or animals. If it is used with care, it can be a completely effective and completely safe natural medicine.
The many benefits of Tea Tree Essential Oil
People have known the wonderful effect of tea tree oil to repel lice for decades. The good news is Tea Tree Oil has many other amazing benefits. These are due to Tea Tree’s amazing attributes, including antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, and antiviral. Some other attributes include balsamic, cicatrisant, expectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant and sudorific.
Tea Tree oil is unique. Although it sounds like it might have tea in it, Tea Tree Oil is actually made from the Melaleuca Alternifolia. plant, also known as the Tea Tree plant. The Tea Tree plant is from Australia, and it has been used as a cure for everything for as long as anyone can remember.
The funny thing is that this magic oil can be used for just about anything. Not only is the oil known for boosting your immunity, it also cures most infections and diseases.
- Anti Microbial. Microbes prefer to keep safe distance from this oil, since it is an effective anti microbial. It can kill and keep away certain microbes (protozoa) which are responsible for causing Tropical fevers, malaria etc.
- Anti Septic and Cicatrisant.
Wounds are hard to heal. Tea Tree Oil is antiseptic, which means it fights sepsis, putrefaction, and decay by preventing the growth of microorganisms. It also aids in the healing and development of scar tissue. It lacks any adverse side effects and can be applied to just about any problem area, including bites, stings, boils, sores, and cuts.
- Anti Viral. Viruses are hard to defeat. They are resilient creatures that can lie dormant for centuries and can only be killed when their protective shell is ruptured. Tea Tree Oil ruptures the cyst in some viruses and helps to protect against them. Try using a few drops in the bath to help fight cold and flu viruses.
- Anti Bacterial.Tea Tree Oil is a great natural bacteria fighter. Dabbing it on wounds helps to kill any bacteria on or near the wound, and it also protects the wound while it heals. Use a dab of tea tree oil to effectively treat acne.
- Fungicide. Tea Tree Oil is not a fun guy, but it is very effective against fungi and fungal infections. It kills the fungus and aids in the treatment of dermatitis, athlete’s foot, eczema, and various other yeast infections.
- Expectorant. Whenever you have a cold, congestion is one of the worst symptoms you experience. Tea Tree Oil helps to loosen the congestion in the sinuses and chest. Adding some to your bath or shower as well as to your vaporizer will help to loosen some of the phlegm in the chest and sinuses.
- Insecticide. Tea Tree Oil kills more than just the microscopic. It is an efficient insect deterrent and killer. that works on many varieties of pests, including fleas, flies, lice, and mosquitoes. It also works internally on pests like round worm, tape worm, and hook worm. Adding a small amount to your shampoo destroys head lice.
- Cleaning. Due to its “anti” qualities, Tea Tree Oil is wonderful for cleaning just about anything in your home. 2 teaspoons in a spray bottle mixed with 2 cups of water cleans just about anything and helps to control mold growth and musty smells.
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