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Tea Tree Oil 15ml

S$21.00

100% Organic Essential Oil

Coming down with a bug? Reach for our Tea Tree oil, the most “medicinal” of all the essential oils.

Tea Tree oil has powerful antiseptic and antifungal properties, perfect for fighting infectious bacteria and viruses.

Tea Tree oil also soothes skin, boosts immunity and is a great surface cleaner.

Tea Tree oil oxidises easily and is best stored in the fridge. It has a medicinal aroma and many people prefer to blend it with other oils.

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  • What It Does

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    For almost any injury or ailment, Tea Tree oil is the answer.

    Clinical studies have proven its germ-fighting power and its ability to heal cuts, minor burns and insect bites.

    Use it to treat bacterial and fungal infections, and even on head lice and eczema.

  • How to Use for your Body

    8 ways to use Tea Tree oil for the body

    Cuts and wounds
    If you have a fresh cut or wound, Tea Tree oil can prevent infections and reduce the risk of scarring. Place the affected area under running water for 3–5 minutes and gently wash with soap.

    Next, mix 

    • 1 teaspoon of Tea Tree oil 
    • half a cup of fresh water

     

    Soak a cotton ball or paper towel in the solution and gently dab the wound. Repeat twice a day until the wound closes.

    Athlete’s foot
    Relieve the burning, itching and scaling from Athlete’s foot with Tea Tree oil.

    Add a few drops of Tea Tree oil to a tablespoon of witch hazel. Dab onto the affected area with a cotton swab three times a day. 

    Dry cuticles
    If your cuticles are cracked and peeling, blend:

    • 2 tablespoons olive oil
    • 10 drops Tea Tree oil
    • 10 drops  Lavender oil

     

    Shake the bottle well, then massage a few drops into your nails and cuticles daily to soften them and prevent splitting.

    Yeast infection
    To create a potent blend for treating yeast infections.

    Mix:

    • 5 drops Tea Tree oil
    • 5 drops Lavender oil
    • 10 ml coconut oil

     Use a cotton swab and dab the blend onto problem areas. 

    Dandruff
    For an itchy, flaky scalp, you don’t need to buy a special shampoo. Add few drops of Tea Tree oil to your shampoo and massage it into your scalp for shiny, healthy hair. Tea Tree inhibits the growth of the yeast, Pityrosporum ovale that’s responsible for dandruff.

    Acne
    If you’re struggling with pimples, Tea Tree oil’s anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits are perfect. Dilute 10 drops of Tea Tree oil in 5ml jojoba oil and apply to your skin 1–2 times a day with cotton swab. Avoid the sun when you apply Tea Tree oil.

    Sleep quality
    If it’s hard to get to sleep, place 1–2 drops of Tea Tree oil on your pillow.

    Colds and coughs
    For blocked noses and a congested chest, Tea Tree oil helps to loosen mucus. Place a couple of drops in a bowl of very hot water, put a towel over your head and inhale the aromatic vapour for 10 minutes.

    Gargling with 6 drops of Tea Tree oil in a glass of warm water can soothe sore throats.

    You can also inhale Tea Tree oil to clear up a sinus infection. 

    *This is for information purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness.

  • How to Use for your Mind

    2 ways to use Tea Tree oil for the mind

    If you feel uncertain, nervous or lack confidence, Tea Tree oil’s warming and strengthening properties will give you a boost. 

    Increase confidence

    Rub 2–3 drops of Tea Tree oil in your cupped palms and inhale deeply. You can also rub on your feet, temples or wrists. 

    Relaxing

    Using Tea Tree oil in a diffuser activates the brain’s parasympathetic nervous system, encouraging the body and brain to relax.

  • How to Use for your Spirit

    If you’ve lost your sense of purpose, Tea Tree oil invigorates the spirit, increasing a sense of leadership.

    Like Eucalyptus oil, it is associated with the throat chakra, the energy centre of communication and self-expression.

  • How to use for your Daily Life

    3 ways to use Tea Tree oil for daily life

    Mould and odours

    As a disinfecting air spray, Tea Tree oil is a natural, anti-microbial, non-toxic air freshener to banish bacteria, viruses, and mould.

    Combine with Lemon Essential Oil to make a spray to freshen rooms and eliminate odours trapped in shoes and sports gear. In a spritzer bottle, mix: 

    • 20 drops Tea Tree Oil 
    • 10 drops Lemon Oil
    • 2 cups water 

     

    Laundry odour

    In humid climates, sometimes laundry has an unpleasant smell from microbes in the washing machine. To remove this smell, add to your laundry detergent: 

    • 5 drops Tea Tree oil
    • 5 drops Lavender oil

     

    Natural surface cleaner

    To clean kitchen and bathroom surfaces, mix:

    • 8–10 drops Tea Tree oil
    • 8–10 drops Lemon oil 
    • ½ cup vinegar
    • 2 cups water

    This solution should not be used on granite or marble, as vinegar is acidic and may erode the stone.

  • Ingredients
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    Organic Tea Tree Oil

     

    100% Organic Tea Tree Oil

    Steam distilled from the fresh leaves of the Tea Tree shrub

     

    Facts

    Botanical Name Melaleuca alternifolia
    Country of Origin Australia
    Aroma herbaceous
    Note Middle
    Chemical Constituents α-pinene, β-pinene, Sabinene, Myrcene, α-Phellandrene, α-Terpinene, Limonene, 1,8-cineole, gamma-Terpinene,  p-Cymene, Terpinolene, Linalool, Terpinen-4-ol and α-Terpineol.
    Food Declaration Botanica Culture can approve that Tea Tree Essential Oil is suitable for food application, only when the appropriate quantity/dilution is used. This material complies with European Food Regulations (i.e. 1881/2006).

     

    Cautions

    Keep out of reach of children

    If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

    Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body

  • Full Ingredients
    • 100% Organic Tea Tree Oil

Description

Tea tree oil

Coming down with a bug? Reach for our Tea Tree oil, the most “medicinal” of all the essential oils. It has powerful antiseptic and antifungal properties and can fight infectious bacteria and viruses. If you’re worried about germs spreading, you can also use it in a diffuser to help prevent airborne infections. As a multipurpose natural purifier, it  soothes skin, boosts immunity and is a great surface cleaner.

It oxidises easily and is best stored in the fridge. Its aroma is medicinal and many people prefer to blend it with other oils.

 

 

 

What Tea Tree oil Does

For almost any injury or ailment, it is the answer. Its germ-fighting power has been shown in clinical studies  and it can treat cuts, minor burns, athlete’s foot and insect bites. It also helps with all kinds of bacterial and fungal infections, and even headlice and eczema.

 

 

 

 

14 ways to use Tea Tree oil

 

Tea Tree oil For Your Body

 

Cuts and wounds

 

If you have a fresh cut or wound, it can prevent infections and reduce the risk of scarring. Place the affected area under running water for 3–5 minutes and gently wash with soap.

Next, mix

  • 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil
  • half a cup of fresh water

Soak a cotton ball or paper towel in the solution and gently dab the wound. Repeat twice a day until the wound closes.

 

Athlete’s foot

Relieve the burning, itching, inflammation and scaling from Athlete’s foot

Add a few drops of Tea Tree oil to a tablespoon of witch hazel. Dab onto the affected area with a cotton swab three times a day.

 

 

 

Dry cuticles

If your cuticles are cracked and peeling, blend:

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 10 drops Tea Tree oil
  • 10 drops Lavender oil

Shake the bottle well, then massage a few drops into your nails and cuticles daily to soften them and prevent splitting.

 

Yeast infection

Lavender oil make a potent blend for treating yeast infections.

Mix:

  • 5 drops Tea Tree oil
  • 5 drops Lavender oil
  • 10 ml coconut oil

Use a cotton swab and dab the blend onto problem areas.

 

Dandruff

For an itchy, flaky scalp, you don’t need to buy a special shampoo. Add few drops to your shampoo and massage it into your scalp for shiny, healthy hair. It inhibits the growth of the yeast, Pityrosporum ovale, that’s responsible for dandruff.

 

Acne

If you’re struggling with pimples, its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits are perfect. Dilute 10 drops in 5ml jojoba oil and apply to your skin 1–2 times a day with cotton swab. Avoid the sun when you apply .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sleep quality

If it’s hard to get to sleep, place 1–2 drops on your pillow.

 

 

Colds and coughs

 

For blocked noses and a heavy, congested chest, Tea Tree oil helps to loosen mucus. Place a couple of drops in a bowl of very hot water, put a towel over your head and inhale the aromatic vapour for 10 minutes.

 

Gargling with 6 drops in a glass of warm water can soothe sore throats.

 

 

You can also inhale to clear up a sinus infection.

 

TEA TREE OIL FOR THE MIND


If you feel uncertain, nervousor lack confidence, its warming and strengthening properties will give you a boost.

 

 

Increase confidence

Rub 2­–3 drops in your cupped palms and inhale deeply. You can also rub on your feet, temples or wrists.

 

Relaxing

Use in a diffuser activates the brain’s parasympathetic nervous system, encouraging the body and brain to relax.

 

TEA TREE OIL FOR THE SPIRIT

 

If you’ve lost your sense of purpose, it invigorates the spirit, increasing a sense of leadership. Like Eucalyptus oil, it is associated with the throat chakra, the energy centre of communication and self-expression.

 

FOR YOUR DAILY LIFE

Mould and odours

As a disinfecting air spray, it is a natural, anti-microbial, non-toxic air freshener that deals with bacteria, viruses, and mould. Combined with Lemon Essential Oil, this spray can freshen the room and eliminate odours trapped in shoes and sports gear. In a spritzer bottle, mix:

  • 20 drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 10 drops Lemon Oil
  • 2 cups water

 

 

Laundry odour

In humid climates, sometimes your laundry has an unpleasant smell from microbes building up in the washing machine. To remove this smell, add to your laundry detergent:

  • 5 dropsTea Tree oil
  • 5 drops Lavender oil

 

 

Natural surface cleaner

To clean kitchen and bathroom surfaces, mix:

  • 8–10 drops
  • 8–10 drops Lemon oil
  • ½ cup vinegar
  • 2 cups water

This solution should not be used on granite or marble, as vinegar is acidic and may erode the stone.

 

Ingredients

What’s in it?

 

100% organic oil

 

Steam distilled from the fresh leaves of the Tea Tree shrub.

 

Facts:

Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia

Country of Origin: Australia

 

Aroma: herbaceous,

Note: Middle

 

 

What does Tea Tree oil blend with?

 

 

 

 

Blends well with:  Eucalyptus, Lemon eucalyptus, Geranium oil, Lavender, Lemon oil, Sweet Orange Oil, Peppermint, Rosemary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cautions

Keep out of reach of children

If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.

Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body

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Additional information

Weight 0.063 kg

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