HoPE Organic Essential Oils

100% Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil, Pure, 10 mL


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Description:

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) has a long history of use by the aboriginal people of Australia. Research shows that Australian Tea Tree Oil is unusual in that it is active against all three varieties of infectious organisms: bacteria, fungi, and viruses.

All-natural Vegan Not tested on animals

Made in France

Capacity: 10 mL

Ingredient:

100% Melaleuca alternifolia (Australian tea tree) oil

100% organic


Other Information:

Steam distilled from the whole plant.


Origin: South Africa

Properties

Suggested Use:


Add a few drops in your diffuser or a bowl of hot water. For all other uses,
mix a few drops with a carrier oil (like olive, jojoba, almond, coconut oil) or with shampoo, hand soap, etc. Please consult a qualified aromatherapist or essential oil book for dilution ratios.

Possible

Synergy: Ravintsara, thyme, palmarosa

Energy value and synergy

Throat chakra

In energetic aromatherapy, tea tree essential oil is associated with the "Vishuddhi" throat chakra.

Its color is blue.

Tea tree essential oil activates the “Vishuddhi” chakra. It removes tensions in the cervical level, teaches patience and promotes speech.

Synergy: Chamomile, Bergamot

 

Top Uses of Tea Tree Essential Oil:

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Insect repellent
  • Natural deodorant
  • Antiseptic for minor cuts and scrapes
  • Fight acne
  • Chemical-free mouthwash
  • All-purpose cleaner
  • Soothe skin inflammation

Origin and history


Captain Cook brought the term “Tea tree” back to melaleuca when returning from his expeditions in the 13th century, because the leaves of the tea tree were used as a substitute for tea by British sailors.

Aborigines have been using it for several millennia in their traditional medicine. They attribute many therapeutic properties to it and convey around the tea tree many tales and ancestral legends.

Origin and history

Captain Cook brought the term “Tea tree” back to melaleuca when returning from his expeditions in the 13th century, because the leaves of the tea tree were used as a substitute for tea by British sailors.

Aborigines have been using it for several millennia in their traditional medicine. They attribute many therapeutic properties to it and convey around the tea tree many tales and ancestral legends.

Organoleptic properties

Appearance: liquid

Color: pale yellow

Odor: powerful, woody, fresh

Distilled parts: Leaves

Country of production: Australia

Density: 0.895 – 0.915


Chemotype / composition


Main biochemical constituents or chemotype: terpinene-l-ol-4, gammaterpinene.

Allergenic molecules naturally present in this essential oil: Limonene, Linalool.

Certain natural compounds contained in this essential oil may pose an allergy risk in some people. To measure your tolerance, always do a test application in the crease of the elbow before using it in your mixtures.

Caution

Flammable. Oral use on medical advice. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Not recommended for children under 3 and pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use is possible. Do not use pure on the skin.

Important


The information given on essential oils through this website is provided for informational purposes. They can in no way replace the advice given by a doctor. For any therapeutic use or if you would like more information about essential oils, please consult a physician.
Do not apply to or near the face of infants or children.

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