It is a small tree with needle-shaped leaves and yellow, white or purple flowers. Our knowledge of the properties and uses of tea tree comes from the extensive tradition of thousands of years, Australian aborigines already used it. During World War II it was used as a first aid essential oil, effective for a large number of infections and to treat wounds and skin problems. The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves.
Main molecules (%): Terpinen-4-ol 30-48%, 1.8 cineol <= 15%
Synonyms: Tea tree.
- Oral: YES
- Topical: YES
- Diffusion: YES
- Children: YES
- Alimentary: YES
- - Main traditional uses: Bronchitis ***, Cough ***, Flu ***, Sinusitis ***, Otitis *** Candidiasis ****, Hookworms ***, Gingivitis ****, Athlete's foot ****
- - Aromatic family: Balsamic.
- - Top note blends well with: Lavender, Clove, Rosemary cineol , Geranium, Nutmeg.
- - Caution: Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
- - Oral use always under prescription.
6 drops Tea Tree + 4 drops Thyme Tuyanol + 3 drops Laurel+ 2 drops Peppermint. Apply the mixture locally with a cotton swab.
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