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Tea Tree Oil
Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifloria

Tea Tree has such remarkable therapeutic characteristics that it has always been under great scrutiny. The first study was conducted in 1925. Since then there has been over 75 years of detailed research on this herb ranging from dermal applications to the special focus on its antibacterial and antifungal effects.

Because Tea Tree is non-toxic and virtually a non-irritant, it is safe on the skin and sensitive tissues. Tea Tree contains over a hundred individual organic compounds, making its therapeutic list of benefits and uses quite long. This oil is safe for children and the elderly. Every household should have Tea Tree in its medicine cabinet.

Use Tea Tree's anti-bacterial properties directly on cuts, burns, insect bites, wounds, sores and abscesses, especially infected ones containing pus. It is great for all kinds of skin care, including oily skin, rashes, acne, boils and cold sores. It is a great general disinfectant for use during the cold and flu season, in sick rooms, the car, even at work. It is also effective for whooping cough, tuberculosis, sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory infections.

Tea Tree's antifungal properties make it an effective treatment for ringworm, athletes foot, nail infections, thrush and vaginal infections.
Tea Tree's powerful anti-virus properties make it effective in fighting many common infectious diseases such as measles, chicken pox, flu, cold and shingles, as well as other viral complaints like cold sores, and warts.

You can add Tea Tree oil to your favorite products at home to utilize its valuable healing benefits. Add to your children's shampoo and conditioner to ward off head lice during outbreaks at school. Add to your favorite lotion to rejuvenate and help heal your skin. Add to a spritzer bottle to kill airborne bacteria and viruses. This also can be spritzed on the sheets and pillow at night before bed.
Other great uses for this essential oil include: killing the herpes virus that causes cold sores. Use daily directly on cold sore until dry. Add regularly to a foot bath or massage oil to kill unsightly toe nail fungus. Great to alleviate itch from insect bites, and to heal poison oak quickly.Pure Essential Oil Usage
Diffusers -
Kill airborne germs and viruses.
Vaporizers -
Relieve congestion and fight infection.
Skin Care -
Dilute in water for a facial splash or use neat on athlete's foot, ringworm and warts.
Bath -
Add 8-10 drops undiluted in the bath. Helps with skin irritations and infections. Great during cold and flu season.
 First Aid - Use undiluted on cuts, wounds, slivers, boils, insect bites and mouth ulcers.
Antiseptic Wash

Add 30-40 drops of Tea Tree to 8 oz water.
Use to clean and heal scrapes, cuts, burns and other wounds.




Antiseptic Wash
Add 30-40 drops of Tea Tree to 8 oz water.
Use to clean and heal scrapes, cuts, burns and other wounds. Also great for a facial wash. Tip: substitute Rose or Lavender water.

Disinfect Your Toothbrushes Using Tea Tree Oil.
Kills germs, bacteria, fungi and viruses. Soak for 10 minutes in a glass of water and 10 drops Tea Tree Oil. Rinse before using.

Cold Buster and Blemish Fighter Blend
8 drops Lemon essential oil
6 drops Eucalyptus essential oil
6 drops Tea Tree essential oil
Discourage the spread of colds in the home. Use this blend of Eucalyptus and Lemon
and Tea Tree to wipe down surfaces (add to warm water) or use 8 - 10 drops in a diffuser or room spray to help cleanse the air . Use the end of a cotton swab to apply tiny amounts to blemishes.

Cold & Flu Spray
15 drops Eucalyptus
15 drops Tea Tree
15 drops Rosemary
1 cup Water
Add to a spray bottle. Great for clearing the head and chest while disinfecting a room. Spray on door knobs, phones and in the air. Spray in sleeping rooms and public room. Any place you want to purify.

Tips for Tea Tree Undiluted:
Dab directly on insect bites, pimples, cuts, scrapes, sores, abscesses, boils, and poison oak rashes.

Harder to treat problems, such as ringworm, athlete's foot, nail fungi, dandruff and warts must be applied daily, 1 or 2 times per day until visibly gone.

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