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is native to Australia and has been used for centuries by
the Aborigines. Tea-tree oil is gentle enough to be used
undiluted, but it is also a very powerful immuno-stimulant
and is active against bacteria, fungi and viruses.
||Steam or water distillation from leaves
||Spicy, medicinal, warm; similar to Eucalyptus,
||Antibiotic, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic,
Anti-viral, Anti-bacterial, Expectorant, Fungicidal, Immuno-stimulant,
Vulnerary, Anti-parasitic, Balsamic, Cardiotonic, Diaphoretic,
||Cleansing, purifying, uplifting strengthening
- the latter attribute being of particular benefit both
before surgery, and during convalescence.
A potent, antiseptic, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial
oil. Also good against yeast infections such as thrush
and Candida. Anti-inflammatory. It is usually non-irritating
- test a small area of skin; if irritation occurs, wash
the area with soap and water, and use the oil diluted.
If no irritation occurs, apply directly to insect bites
and stings to neutralize and soothe. Tea tree can be used
to treat wounds, rashes, acne, cold sores, athelete’s
foot, and infections on any part of the body; used as
a chest rub, Tea Tree is used to treat chest colds and
Inhalation, diffuser, compress, room spray; Hair and
skin care, chest rub, steam, after-shave.
Tea Tree can also be used in cleaners and in the laundry.
|| Cleansing, Stimulating
in some individuals
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