Tea Tree Essential Oil

 

Tea tree essential oil has a fresh, woody, herbaceous aroma. This oil is considered to be very universal because of its antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral characteristics. Furthermore, it helps treat skin diseases, strengthens the body and concentrates its internal energy. This natural oil will be very helpful in your household as well as fill your rooms with an exceptional fragrance.

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4,90 €

Tea tree essential oil


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Method of extraction:
Tea tree is steam- or water-distilled from the leaves and twigs of the tree.

Properties:

-  It is a natural herbal antibiotic, its antiseptic characteristics helps treat viral diseases and reduces the possibility of contamination.

-  It has fungicidal properties, thus it is useful when treating fungous diseases.

-  Helps treating various skin diseases, wounds, injuries, muscle aches.

-  Has stimulating and strengthening properties that concentrates all internal energy.

-  Has a strong antibacterial effect, neutralizes bad odours.


Indications:

*  Infectious processes of all kinds;

*  Bronchitis, rhinopharyngitis, gum inflammation, tooth abscess, aphtha, pyorrhea (infection of the gums), stomatitis;

*  Infectious, viral, and parasitic enterocolitis;

*  Infection and congestive conditions of female organs;

*  General and nervous asthenia;

*  Sensitivity to cold;

*  Cardiac insufficiency;

*  Burns due to radiation therapy (preventive);

*  Preparation for operative intervention with narcotics;

*  Candida ailments, mycosis.


Usage and doses:

For Baths: add 4-8 drops to a glass of yogurt or milk and pour in to bath.
Massage / Scalp massage: add 3-5 drops of essential oil to 20g ml of basic oil.
Vaporizers: 1-2 drops for 5 m2 of room.
Compress: instil 4-5 drops of non-diluted essential oil on a dry soft fabric.

 

Important Note: The information provided is for recommendatory purposes only. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

Attention!

Care should be taken when using essential oils and a medical practitioner consulted if any medication is currently being taken by a person. Essential oils are not recommended to use by expectant mothers or people with epileptic disorder or allergies. Use extreme caution when using oils with children and give children only the gentlest oils at extremely low doses.

It is recommended to perform a tea tree oil tolerance test before starting to use this oil.

For external use only!

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