Tea Tree

Tea Tree: Rashes, insect bites, nail fungus, dermatitis, ringworm, thrush, head lice, sore throats, boils, congestion, arthritis, cold sores, fatigue, useful for a wide spectrum of infections. Anti-infectious, antibiotic, balsamic, antifungal, antiviral, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, stimulates immune system, analgesic and antiseptic. Hastens healing of wounds, diaper rash, acne, ringworm and insect bites. Protects skin during radiation treatment. Encourages regeneration of scar tissue and reduces swelling. Acts as an oil-controlling agent. High germicidal value. Has the property to penetrate pus and by mixing with it, the pus liquefies which causes it to slough off, leaving a healthy surface. Asthma, coughs, throat infections, stimulates blood circulation and lymphatic circulation. Scent: Sharp, spicy, warm with medicinal tones, top note. Source: Branches   -    Wonderful antiseptic, wound healing, good for general skin care, cold remedies.    -    COMMON NAME: tea tree

BOTANICAL NAME: melaleuca alternifolia

ORIGIN: Australia

PARTS USED: leaves, twigs

FRAGRANCE: camphorous, herbal, spicy, woodsy

BLENDS: clove, lavender, lemon, marjoram, nutmeg, pine, rosemary, ylang ylang

AROMATIC BENEFITS: cleansing, cooling, energizing, stimulating, uplifting

PHYSICAL USES: abrasions, abscesses, acne, antibacterial, antifungal, antiinfectious, antiinflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, athlete's foot, blisters, boils, bronchitis, candida, catarrh, chlamydia, cold sores, colds, cuts, cuts, ear infections, febrifuge, herpes, influenza, insect bites, jock itch, mumps, pneumonia, ringworm, shock, sinusitis, sunburns, thrush, tonsillitis, toothaches, vaginal infections, warts, wounds, yeast infections

SAFETY WARNINGS: Do not take internally. May irritate sensitive skin.