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100% Pure Tea Tree Oil
The name tea tree is used for several plants, mostly from Australia and New Zealand, from the family Myrtaceae, related to the myrtle. The use of the name probably originated from Captain James Cook's description of one of these shrubs that he used to make an infusion, to drink in place of tea.
The commercial tea tree oil industry originated in the 1920s when Arthur Penfold, an Australian, investigated the business potential of a number of native extracted oils; he reported that tea tree oil had promise, as it exhibited powerful antiseptic properties.
There are several different kinds of Tea Trees but the one with the most potent medicinal oil is called Melaleuca alternifolia. It belongs to a sub-species of the Myrtaceae family, which also includes Clove, Eucalyptus and Myrtle. Tea Tree is native only to the northeast area of New South Wales, Australia, where it has long been used by the aboriginal people as an antiseptic. It develops into a tall upright shrub with papery bark and is covered in white flowers during the spring and summer. The needlelike leaves and small branches are picked throughout the year and distilled to produce Tea Tree essential oil. The oil is a highly effective topical antibacterial and antifungal, and by far the most important of the Melaleuca oils used in aromatherapy.
The most important property of Tea Tree essential oil is the powerful immunostimulant action, which is especially useful in debilitating illness such as glandular fever and for people who repeatedly succumb to infections. Tea Tree is also valuable for colds, influenza and the infectious illness of childhood. It can be used in a bath sitz to stop a cold or flu developing, or reduce its severity and help to prevent secondary infections.
Tea Tree essential oil is also valuable in the treatment of abscesses, acne, asthma, athlete's foot, bronchitis, catarrh, cold sores, coughs, cystitis, dandruff, herpes, insect bites and stings, pruritus, respiratory ailments, ringworm, sinusitis, thrush, tuberculosis, vaginitis, verrucae, warts and whooping cough.
Tea Tree can restore energy depleted by everyday stress. It can reduce or alleviate mental fatigue and exhaustion. It is calming and centering during times of emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression, panic and stress.
Tea tree oil is a commercially refined composition of several naturally occurring chemical compounds and is hazardous if misused. Available literature suggests that tea tree oil can be used topically in diluted form by the majority of individuals without adverse effects. Topical application of tea tree oil can cause adverse reactions at high concentration. Adverse effects including skin irritation, allergic contact dermatitis, systemic contact dermatitis, linear immunoglobulin A disease, erythema multiforme like reactions, and systemic hypersensitivity reactions.