Tea Tree Organic Essential Oil


Tea tree and its virtues are of common knowledge since the beginning of time. Part of the myrtaceae plant family, it is found mostly in Australia; the aborigines have always used it to treat different diseases. New Zealand, New Caledonia, Sumatra, Java and Borneo are among the countries where tea tree are now mass-cultivated. Tea tree essential oil is extremely fragrant. The colorless to light yellow essence is extracted from its leaves. Its versatile anti-infectious properties make it a renowned go-to-oil. It also stimulates the immune system and decongests the veins.

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  • Botanical Name: Melaleuca Alternifolia
  • Botanical Family: Myrtacé
  • Country of Origin: Australie
  • Plant Part: Les feuilles
  • Size: 5ml

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Virtues and uses

  • As a multi-purpose anti-infectious agent, tea tree essential oil effectively combats ENT and oral infections. To treat an inflamed gum, mouth ulcer or oral ulcer, dilute the extract with a little water and apply it to the affected part. A mouthwash (spat the liquid off afterwards) or a treatment involving one drop of essential oil on your toothbrush before toothpaste can also heal these ailments. When applied to the skin or in olfaction, tea tree essential oil is effective against angina, rhinitis, sinusitis and otitis.
  • Intestinal infections, such as viral gastroenteritis, mycosis or parasitosis can be treated internally with tea tree EO; but make sure you consult a therapist prior to use. Similarly with the advice of a specialist, urinary tract infections such as pruritus, vulvo-vaginitis, vaginal mycosis, cystitis, genital herpes and leucorrhea can be treated internally. For these diseases, you can experience the essential oil’s effectiveness by diluting it with vegetable oil, and then apply the mix to the affected zone or massage your abdomen with it.
  • When applied to the skin, this antifungal tea tree essential oil combats skin infections such as boils, shingles, warts, chicken pox, insect bites, acnes, herpes, eczema and wounds. Note that the extract should always be diluted with vegetable oil.

  • Tea tree essential oil helps protect the skin from radiation or sunlight. After exposure to sunlight or radiotherapy, just apply to the skin a few drops diluted with vegetable oil and massage the affected area.
  • With its balancing and stimulating qualities, this essential oil eliminates physical and mental fatigue while keeping you away from anguish, anxiety, latent depression, internal restlessness, nervousness and stress. For these particular cases, consider using it in olfaction, inhalation or diffusion.
  • When applied to the skin followed by a truly soft massage, its draining properties help sooth hemorrhoid, heavy legs and varicose veins.