Tea Tree Oil

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Tea tree essential oil is extracted through the complex process of steam distillation from the leaves of tea tree plant.  Its botanical name is Melaleuca Alternifolia . This oil comes from a little shrub which has needle like leaves with yellow purplish flowers which grows up to the height of 20 feet and found in marshy areas. It is also referred as ti-trol, ti-tree and melasol.


Australian originated oil has numerous medicinal benefits to mankind such as antivirus, improves immunity, treats hair loss, helps curing ailments related to respiratory system and etc. This oil is commonly used for its amazing therapeutic purposes. This miraculous oil is pale yellow in color. This oil is in practice since the times of World War II; it was traditionally extracted and used by Australians to heal wounds and for other medicinal purposes.


More Information
Botanical Name Melaleuca Alternifolia
Origin It is native to Australia.
Method of Extraction & Part of Plant Used Leaf of the plant is used to extract it and the method used is steam distillation.

it is pale in color with a watery viscosity.


This oil has got spicy and pungent fragrance.

Integrants The main chemical constituents of tea tree oil are a-pinene,a-terpineol, linalool, p-cymene, a terpinene, a-phellandrene, mycrene, sabinene.
Therapeutic Properties Antimicrobial, Antiseptic, Balsamic, Cicatrisant, Antiviral, Fungicide, Expectorant, Bactericide, Stimulant, Sudorific and Insecticide
Blends Well With

Tea tree essential oil blends well with lavender, rosemary, rosewood, myrrh, lemon, clary sage, thyme, cinnamon, geranium, clove and nutmeg oils.


Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid using this oil without proper medical advice.

Healthy Skin: Soak 4-5 drops of tea tree oil in cotton ball and gently clean skin to clear dark spots, blemishes and pimples.

Skin Irritation and Infections: Cleaning skin with cotton ball soaked in several drops of tea tree oil is ideal for treating fungal nail infections, cuts, burns and itches due to its antifungal, bactericide and antiseptic properties.


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