Tea Tree Oil
Danger: Tea Tree Oil should strictly be used for only external purpose.
Tea tree is a volatile essential oil derived mainly from the Australian native plant Melaleuca alternifolia. It’s been widely used throughout Australia for at least the past 100 years and for over seven decades, it’s been documented in numerous medical studies for its ability to kill many strains of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Tea Tree Oil should never be applied to sensitive areas of skin such as around the eyes or in the nose. Sun exposure should be avoided after using the oil, as the oil can sensitize the skin to UV rays.
It is a powerful, antiseptic immune system stimulant. Improves mental, physical and emotional balance. It is antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Heal wounds quickly, protect against infection, reduces scars due to acne. Effectively eliminates lice and nits. It can refresh the scalp and eliminate dandruff, and stimulates the growth of hair.
Usage and Dosage:
Add 1-2 drops in a diffuser and the fragrance is inhalation. It acts as a natural, anti-microbial, non-toxic air freshener that removes bacteria, viruses, and mold from the environment. Rub a few drops smoothed onto a pillow may promote faster onset of deeper sleep by reducing anxiety and improving sleep quality. Add 1-2 drops in a steaming bowl of hot water and leaning over it to inhale the aromatic vapours with a towel draped over the head and the bowl, it can be used to clear up a sinus infection. Mix 5 drops of Tea Tree Oil with 5 drops of Lavender Oil and diluting the blend with one teaspoon of Coconut Oil. Apply acne or problem areas on the skin with a clean cotton bud. It clears acne. It can also be used in a toner for balancing oily skin. 1-2 drops of Tea Tree Oil with 1-2 drops of Lavender and diluting the blend with Aloe Vera gel and Coconut Milk. Apply it on scalp