10 Innovative Uses of Tea Tree Oil

January 05, 2015

If you suffer from certain skin conditions you should look to natural remedies before resorting to chemically based alternatives. Many of the chemically based treatments out there do have adverse side effects and using natural compounds will be more gentle on your skin and body, so always look to nature first. You can turn to this miracle natural substance  to help alleviate many day to day conditions and symptoms.


What Is Tea Tree Oil?

Tea Tree Oil originates from  Melaleuca alternifolia leaves.  Tea tree oil is in no way, shape or form to be confused with black to green tea.  It has a camphor like scent and is colorless to pale yellow in color. Tea tree oil contains these  active compounds:

  • 1,8 Cineol
  • Eucalyptol
  • Viridiflorol
  • Nerolidol
  • Terpinen-4-ol

It is these compounds that make Tea Tree Oil such a powerful antiseptic.


Tea Tree Oil Originates From Australia

Tea Tree Oil is found in  Australia and does not occur naturally anywhere else in the world. It was named after Australian sailors in the 18th century who use to brew tea from leaves that gave off a nutmeg like scent.


The Process Of Making Tree Tea Oil


Tea Tree Oil is pressed from  leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia tree. Never consume Tea Tree Oil orally or use on little babies as it is highly toxic when used orally.  


How To Obtain The Best Results From Tree Tea Oil


Tea Tree Oil was originally used by the Aborigines in Australia as a powerful antiseptic to treat wounds, burns and cuts. It soon become widely known as the natural medicine for these kinds of conditions. Here are some of the more popular and modern uses for this incredible plant:

  1. Combine Tea Tree Oil with  honey for fast relief of burn wounds. Not only will you experience soothing of the burn, the scar will heal quicker with minimal scarring.
  2. Gives relief for conditions such as chickenpox, measles and cold sores.
  3. Tea Tree Oil makes for a great mouthwash. Mix with water and gargle, do not swallow the mixture as it is not meant for oral ingestion. It is good for managing gingivitis, inflamed gums, plaque and halitosis. Mix three drops in a cup of water and gargle twice daily.
  4. Coconut oil and Tea Tree Oil combine wonderfully to bring about soothing relief for razor burn from shaving.
  5. Due to its powerful antibacterial properties, Tea Tree Oil is ideal for treating acne. Simply smear affected areas with Tea Tree Oil.
  6. Smear  Tea Tree Oil twice daily to Ringworm and warts for quick relief.
  7. If you have conjunctivitis, boil two tea bags and pour  some Tea Tree Oil onto the tea bags. Place over your eyes for about 20 minutes. This brings about soothing relief for your eyes. Repeat as necessary.
  8. Smear onto  Athlete’s foot and see how the powerful anti-fungal properties of Tea Tree Oil bring about safe and effective relief for you.
  9. Apply directly to skin tags and watch them fall off in no time.

10. Enhance Your Beauty With Tree Tea Oil

  • Mix one tablespoon of Almond Oil with five teaspoons of Tea Tree Oil and apply to dry skin. Leave on for about twenty minutes then shower or bath as usual. This will leave your skin feeling hydrated and nourished.
  • Add a few drops to your laundry in the washing machine for fresher smelling laundry.
  • Use as one of the ingredients in a home-made deodorant.
  • Use as one of the ingredients for a natural home-made toothpaste.
  • Mix  coconut oil and Tree Tea Oil and  apply to the scalp to stimulate hair growth. The Tea Tree Oil unblocks your hair follicles and strengthens your roots.

Tea Tree Oil Takeaway

As you can see, there are many ways to use Tea Tree Oil to improve the quality of your life.  It’s important to never take the oil orally as it is highly toxic. Tea Tree Oil is very strong so use sparingly for best results.





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