Tea Tree Oil

December 27, 2007 at 11:34 am 2 comments

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and holiday season! I’m just now getting back into the groove after a fun and busy couple of weeks.  I had promised a while back some information on Tea Tree oil so here you go:

Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)

Tea Tree has a strong, fresh, camphor-like aroma and is clear in color. The parts used for the oil are the leaves and twigs. This oil is extremely versatile due to its antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal and antiviral properties. This is one of the few oils that can be used undiluted on the skin and is best used in a poultice or other skin cleansing recipes. It can also be diffused, used for massage, used in the bath or shower, inhaled,  used for skin and hair care, and used in household recipes.

This oil mixes well with Lemon, Pine Needle, Lavender Fine, Patchouli, Pink Grapefruit, Rosemary, Roman Chamomile, Thyme Linolol.


  • fungal infections
  • canker sores
  • cold sores
  • acne
  • bruises
  • insect bites and stings
  • infections and lacerations
  • warts
  • burns
  • lice
  • eczema
  • periodontal disease
  • staff infection
  • heat rash
  • ring worm
  • yeast infections
  • stinky  and sweaty feet

*Easy Recipe – Add one drop Tea Tree oil to baking soda for an all-natural toothpaste that will help to heal bleeding gums.

This oil is a must to have in your herbal medicine chest! You won’t want to be without it when you discover it’s wonderful healing properties. 

The emotional effect of Tea Tree oil is cleansing and light.

Contraindications: dried mucous membranes, hypersensitivity to melaleuca oil, or prone to contact dermatitis. Preganant and lactating women. Do not use on babies or toddlers, as little as 5ml would be toxic to a child. Do NOT take internally.

Ready to buy Nature’s Sunshine’s pure, high-quality Tea Tree oil? Click here to read more and purchase this healing oil.


Entry filed under: Aromatherapy. Tags: , , , .

Recover quicker from colds & flu. Mosaic Monday

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. joy  |  January 16, 2008 at 6:24 am

    Tea tree oil seems to have some of the benefits similar to which is very interesting..
    Will look into tea tree oil more now..

  • 2. Food for Thought  |  February 22, 2008 at 7:37 pm

    “Add one drop Tea Tree oil to baking soda for an all-natural toothpaste that will help to heal bleeding gums.” That’s great! Thanks for the tip. I was searching for some info on Tea Tree oil and stumbled upon your blog. Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Trackback this post  |  Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed

Welcome to my Natural Health Blog – My name is Paige and I’m a Certified Natural Health Professional writing about what I know and love, natural health.


Subscribe in a reader

December 2007
« Aug   Jan »

Follow me on Twitter!

Top Rated


Top Clicks

  • None

Terms Of Use

Disclaimers and Limitation of Liability The Natural Health Answers blog content, including the information and images, are provided "AS IS" and on an "IS AVAILABLE" basis without any representations or any kind of warranty made (whether express or implied by law), including the implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, compatibility, security and accuracy. The stories and information on this site are not meant to diagnose or prescribe for you. If you have a medical problem, you should consult your medical doctor. The ideas and information on this site have not been endorsed or approved by the FDA. In no event shall Natural Health Answers blog be liable for any damages whatsoever resulting from any action arising in connection with the use of this information or its publication, including any action for infringement of copyright or defamation. The decision to use, or not to use, any information is the sole responsibility of the reader. Opinions expressed here are those of individual contributors. This web site does not verify or endorse the claims of contributing writers. If any of these terms are determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable by reason of the laws of any state or country in which these terms are intended to be effective, then to the extent and within the jurisdiction in which that term is illegal, invalid or unenforceable, it shall be severed and deleted from these terms and the remaining terms shall survive, remain in full force and effect and continue to be binding and enforceable.

%d bloggers like this: