100% Pure Essential Oil
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Add 5-8 drops in an aromatherapy diffuser so you can breathe in the oils therapeutic benefits.
10-20 drops per 30ml or 1oz of carrier oil for massage or simply add a few drops to a warm bath, soak and relax.
acne, anti-bacterial, chicken pox, cuts/sores, itching, sinusitis
In 1770, Captain James Cook traveled through the coastal regions of New South Wales, where he came upon groves of trees thick with sticky, aromatic leaves that, when boiled, rendered a spicy tea. The aborigines told him about the healing powers of these trees.
The Australian aboriginal people used tea tree leaves to treat cuts and wounds. Freshly crushed leaves were applied directly to an injury, then held in place with a mud pack. The medicinal effects of this poultice were so powerful that they helped combat infection.
Tea Tree oil has a very wide range of applications due to its diverse properties. It is active against all three categories of infectious organisms such as bacteria, fungi and viruses.
Tea Tree increases the body’s ability to respond and react to help boost your immune system.
Applications for use: colds and fl u, acne, respiratory ailments, athlete’s foot and wounds.
Blends well with:
lavender, eucalyptus and peppermint
May cause sensitization in some.
Do not take any oils internally. Do not apply undiluted oils, absolutes, CO2s or other concentrated essences onto the skin. If you are pregnant, epileptic, have high blood pressure, liver damage, cancer or any other medical problem, use oils only under the proper guidance of a certified Aromatherapist. Keep out of reach of children.