Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) Therapeutic Essential Oil
Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-viral, major anti-infectious (staph and strep), bactericidal, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic
Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) is known as the Miracle
Oil. All essential oils share common beneficial properties
that assist the body, mind or soul in the healing process.
However, Melaleuca possess 3 incredible non-toxic properties that
truly make it the Miracle Oil. It is anti-fungal,
anti-viral and anti-septic all rolled into one incredible essential
oil. Its scent is not as beautiful and intoxicating as
Lavender, but can be described as a more medicinal scent but
refreshing and invigorating. Melaleuca has many
aromatherapeutic uses and may also be applied directly to the skin.
Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia) Therapeutic Essential Oil
As an anti-viral agent it is very effective in treating and boosting the
immune system and assists in healing colds, cold-sores and the flu.
Uses: A proper non heated Diffuser to retain the oils therapeutic properties,
bath, chest rub, steam inhalation, massage.
This miracle oil has been used for centuries to heal everything from burns to cuts and many more uses.
It comes from the tea tree in Australia and the essential oil is distilled from this tree so that the average person can easily and effectively use
tea tree oil. Did you know that tea tree essential oil can help you to heal cracked skin and yellowed nails? It also helps to ease itchiness
brought about by problems such as nail fungus, bug bites and most typical skin rashes and chafing because not only does it contain all sorts of
medicinal properties, but it also is an emollient which helps to keep the skin moist and soft. Suffer from athletes foot? Put some of this on it
and watch your feet heal up in no time. As an anti-fungal agent, it is an excellent
remedy for athletes foot, candida albicans and warts.
In addition to these great uses for tea tree essential oil, you may also find that it works well to soothe and prevent acne when used daily, as
it can inhibit the growth of bacteria on the skin and also helps to keep facial skin moisturized and balanced. When using tea tree oil for this
purpose, you can either use it to treat blemishes by spot treating pimples as they pop up or you can use it as an anti-acne serum. When using it
as a serum, apply to clean skin twice daily as you would any other acne serum and be sure to follow with sunscreen during the day.
Although we are taught to believe that oil is bad for the skin and makes us break out, the opposite is actually true with tea tree essential oil.
Tea tree oil contains anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and is also an antiseptic that will help to reduce inflammation.If youre considering using tea tree essential oils for problems such as acne, you may want to know that it could take a little bit longer
to heal your breakouts and make them go away for good, but if you are patient and consistent in using this special oil, you will find that in time
your skin will be smooth, soft and break out free forever!
As an anti-septic therapeutic Tea Tree essential oil is excellent to treat minor cuts &abrasions, skin infections, skin irritations,
tooth & gum infections, rashes, burns and lesions to help prevent infection,
scarring and pain that often come with these problems.
A definite must have for any medicine cabinet.
Thats why this essential oil is so widely used.
You can even use tea tree essential oils for problems such as dandruff and you will find that it is commonly found in many very effective dandruff
shampoos that are on the market today. It helps to relieve itchiness and stop flaking that is often found with conditions such as dandruff and
psoriasis. Since its an effective anti-inflammatory, you will also find that in the case of psoriasis and eczema, it can help to ease the
appearance of flaky, red, swollen skin.