A pale yellowish-green to almost clear oil with a warm, fresh, spicy-camphoraceous aroma.
Method of extraction
a-pinene (2.1%), b-pinene (0.4%), sabinene (0.2%), myrcene (0.4%), a-phellandrene (0.8%), a-terpinene (7.1%), limonene (1.4%), 1,8-cineole (3.0%), g-terpinene (15.7%), p-cymene (6.2%), terpinolene (3.4%), linalool (0.2%), terpinen-4-ol (45.4%), a-terpineol (5.3%).
- Tea Tree Essential Oil can be used as an inhalation for the temporary relief of respiratory problems such as coughs and colds, flu, sinusitis and mucous congestion.
- Tea Tree Essential Oil will provide temporary relief from the symptoms of eczema, cold sores and rashes. It will assist and promote the healing of wounds and minor cuts and soothe insect bites.
- The fresh scent of Tea Tree Essential Oil is purifying and cleansing.
- Tea Tree is recommended for dispersing wind cold conditions. Wind cold is characterised as the onset of respiratory tract infections with aches and pain.
How to use
Add 5 drops to an oil vaporiser or bath or 5 drops to every 10ml carrier oil, 1-3 times daily. Children: Half the adult dose.