Tea tree or Melaleuca Essential Oil is best known for its purifying qualities, with an aroma that freshens the air.
The herbaceous and green aroma of tea tree comes with a raft of therapeutic benefits, with beneficial effects for respiratory health, skin health and wound care. Tea tree oil has fresh cleansing properties which makes it a versatile oil with many uses around the home and in health and wellness.
Directions for Use
NOT TO BE TAKEN. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Possible skin sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
Traditionally used in aromatherapy to:
- Relieve symptoms of nail mild fungal infection.
- Promote immune system function.
- Relieve symptoms of common colds and flu.
- Clear respiratory tract mucous.
- Relieve symptoms of acne.
- Relieve symptoms of dandruff.
- Reduce itchy skin associated with mild eczema/dermatitis.
- Relieve symptoms of mild psoriasis.
- Reduce symptoms of mild psoriasis.
- Decrease symptoms of athlete’s foot/tinea.
- Relieve warts.
- Support wound healing.
- Relieve symptoms of insect bite/sting.
Aromatic DescriptionHerbaceous, green, leathery
Collection MethodSteam distillation
Main ConstituentsTerpinen-4-ol, γ-terpinene, α-terpinene
Tea Tree oil has SO MANY uses…like cuts/scratches, skin tags, hair conditioner.
High quality oil. Like it. Will definitely recommend.
Tea tree oil is essential indeed! I appreciate this oil so very much. It is invaluable when there is yeast discomfort — works like a charm. I try to always keep it with me.
tea tree is a must have in your oil kit
Great for gum and oral
My consulting physician recommended a drop or two of Tea Tree Oil on my toothbrush after brushing each time, and then brushing a little more. The purpose of this, he said, is to reduce microbes in the oral cavity that can lead to problems down the road. I thought that was interesting and so have been doing it for a couple of months now. I noticed two amazing things: First, the yellow at the base of some of my teeth (where gums have receded a bit) goes away as soon as I brush/spread the tea tree oil on them. And second, my breath feels fresher for hours (to steal an old mouthwash line). What a delightful surprise!