Tea Tree Essential Oil

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The oil is extracted from the leaves and twigs of the shrub.  Native to Australia, all the oil is produced there.

Tea tree was named by Captain Cook's crew, who brewed the small, dark leaves and drank it as a tea substitute.  Its astounding healing properties were used by the Aborigines.  During World War II medics recognised its powerful germicidal and antiseptic effects.

The essential oil has a spicy, hot, nutmeg-like, medicinal smell and is a powerful, non-irritating antiseptic that kills bacteria, fungi, and virus.

In aromatherapy, it is used for cuts, burns, acne, stings, blisters and herpes.  It is very effective in treating yeast and fungal infections.

How to use:

Bath & Shower

The essential oil is inhaled through the aromatic steam, as well as being absorbed by the skin.  Add up to 5 drops in 2 tbsp bath oil, shower gel, or carrier oil.


This technique helps to clear your head and nose.  Add 4–6 drops to a bowl of steaming water, place a towel over your head and breathe.


Cleanses your body and mind while helping to soothe aching muscles.  Use up to 15 drops in 2 tbsp of base oil.

Diffusers & Burners

A natural air freshener, this technique creates a cleansing ambiance and mood.  Add 1–3 drops in a diffuser or burner.

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