Tea Tree Essential Oil Melaleuca alternifolia
Usable part: leaves , ends of twigs
Chemical composition: pinene , cimen, cyneol, terpenes, cymol, etc.
Aroma: tingling-bitter, fresh
The Tea tree essential oil promotes increased attention, concentration, relieves tension and anxiety. Strengthens the body’s resistance. It is useful for colds, flu, respiratory infections, bronchitis, sinusitis, angina, urinary tract and genital infections. Soothes skin inflammation, itching, cleanses and regulates oily skin. Suitable for the treatment of acne, oily skin and hair, dandruff. Helps heal wounds and treat fungal infections.
How to use: Externally, it can be taken internally, after consultation with a medical professional.
Inhalation: for flu, runny nose – 2 liters of boiling water for 10 minutes – a few drops of tea tree oil, 2 drops of mint. For dry cough – 2 drops of eucalyptus oil, lavender, tea tree in 1 hour of warm water for 5 minutes, 3 times a day
Gargle: for colds, sore throats, laryngitis – in 1 hour of warm water dissolve 2 drops of tea tree oil, dripped on 1 tbsp. soda, 2 times a day
Foot baths: for fungus, cold feet, swelling – 2 tsp. salt and 5 drops of tea tree oil soaked in a cotton swab. For colds before bedtime – 5 drops of tea tree oil in 3 liters of water. After the bath, rub the feet well. It is recommended to apply 1-2 times a day.
Massage: for muscle pain after exercise, 2 times a day
Hair and scalp care: Tea tree oil has an extremely beneficial effect on the condition of the hair and scalp. It has the ability to soothe inflammation of the scalp, prevents flaking of the scalp, against dandruff and fights lice. 5-6 drops of tea tree oil are added to 100 ml of base oil, rubbed into the scalp, wait approximately 30 minutes and the mixture is then washed off.
Package: 10 ml