Tea-tree is a flowering plant of the Myrtaceae family. It looks like a tree with white flowers. It can be found in the wild in Australia. The tea tree essential oil is mainly known for its key properties: anti-bacterial, anti-mycosis, anti-viral, anti-parasite, antiseptic, immune system stimulant, physical tonic
Tea Tree Essential Oil’s active chemical components contribute to its reputation as a powerful yet gentle immune system stimulant, as well as to its ability to reduce or eliminate harmful bacteria and infections upon contact. It is known to soothe topical allergic reactions and to treat rashes, burns, dandruff, acne, Athlete’s Foot, and head lice among other ailments.
Pinene is known for its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, expectorant and bronchodilator properties. Sabinene is reputed to work as an antioxidant that exhibits anti-microbial and antifungal properties. It can also be used to treat inflammation on the skin. Myrcene is believed to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antibiotic, sedative, and anti-mutagenic properties. α-Terpinene has been known to exhibit antifungal activity.
The powerful healing action of the oil is a gift from the ancient wisdom of this land. It is particularly helpful for those who are feeling weakened or defeated by challenging circumstances. The plant has been used for thousands of years to help us thrive and stay strong. Allow Tea Tree essential oil to help you restore your natural vitality for a vibrant spirit and healthy body.
How to use Tea Tree essential oil?
Even when it’s well tolerated, it’s preferable to dilute tea tree oil in a vegetable oil before applying it to the skin, especially for if you have sensitivities. If you do use it undiluted, try it on a cotton swab, so you’re able to apply it very precisely.
Methods of application:
• Skin application (use it pure on small areas or diluted at 5% for massages)
• Inhalation (dry or wet)
• Diffusion (for a strong scent)
What are the key properties of Tea Tree essential oil?
A powerful anti-infection, anti-bacterial and antifungal agent, tea tree essential oil is also anti-viral (flu, etc.) and is a strong immuno-stimulant.
- Anti-bacterial, anti-mycosis,
- Anti-viral, anti-parasite, antiseptic,
- Immune system stimulant,
- Physical tonic
Though well-tolerated, it is best to dilute tea tree essential oil in a plant oil before applying it to the skin.
How to treat acne naturally with tea tree oil?
Tea tree is your best ally in the natural fight against acne, as it has a proven anti-seborrheic properties. These properties work by slowing down the growth of bacteria in the skin, which is a result of excessive sebum secretion. Tea tree essential oil has a purifying and disinfecting effect on the skin.
How to treat infections with tea tree essential oil?
Strongly anti-infectious, antibacterial, antiviral and immunomodulating, tea tree oil is ideal for fighting a wide range of infections. This means that it can fight infections, prevent the development of bacteria, act against the multiplication of a virus and boost the immune system.
How to use Tea Tree in your hair?
Tea tree essential oil is used in hair care, as it is excellent for purifying, cleansing and toning your scalp! It helps you to combat with oily hair, dandruff and itchy scalp.
How to treat a skin infection?
Skin infections can be caused by bacteria transmitted from skin to skin, through prolonged direct contact, an object or a surface. The skin infection can be localised (pimples, abscesses, boils, fungus, etc.) or spread over the body (shingles, etc.).