Tea Tree Essential Oil
Botanical name: Melaleuca Alternifolia
Ingredient: 100% pure essential oil
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Country of Origin: Australia
Blends well with: Clary sage, Lavender, Peppermint, Eucalyptus
Handcrafted in small batches in Singapore
- Folklore and Herbal Heritage
- Medicinal Uses
- Beauty Benefits
- Emotional Effect
The Melaleuca alternifolia tree received the name Tea Tree from eighteenth-century sailors, who made teas that smelled like nutmeg from the leaves of the (Tea) tree.
Tea tree oil has been used for almost 100 years in Australia but is now available worldwide both as neat oil and as an active component in an array of products. The primary uses of tea tree oil have historically capitalized on the antiseptic and anti-inflammatory actions of the oil.
Injuries that result in broken skin make it easy for germs to enter your bloodstream, which can lead to infection. Tea tree oil can be used to treat and disinfect minor cuts and abrasions by killing S.aureus and other bacteria that can cause infection in open wounds. It may also encourage wound healing. A few drops of tea tree oil can be added to wound dressing each time a new dressing is applied.
Tea Tree Essential Oil is a powerful, antiseptic immune system stimulant that is beneficial for eliminating bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Tea tree oil can be a powerful weapon against acne. Tea tree oil was found to be as effective against acne as benzoyl peroxide, the most common anti-acne medication
Tea tree has a refreshing and cleansing effect. It has a strong herbaceous and woody scent. Essential oil eases mental stress and purifies the mind and body of emotional wounds.
Helps soothe unstable mentality. The fragrance assists those who would like to be a little more calm and self-sufficient. Helps eliminate negative aggression and unnecessary influence. Known to treat and help many sufferers of mood swings, panic attacks, manic episodes, anxiety and depression. Its aroma is relaxing and renewing for many psychiatric conditions, both acute and chronic.