Lose The Self In Tea Tree Oil’s Aromatherapy

Times in life…when a single day sucks out every ounce of energy and life from our body…and we feel drained…literally…of all our physical resources…

Times when…we find the piercing silence of certain eerily quiet and empty streets and subways than those roads bearing an overjoyed and boisterous crowd…

Those were times when ‘I’ personally wanted to get back home…and hit the sack as soon as possible…but mid-way if something even better happens…and one is given an aromatherapy…wouldn’t that make the short relaxation period even more worth it?

That’s how I resorted to Tea tree oil…

That’s why I am suggesting it to you today…

Okay…before I start…Do you understand the term aromatherapy?

Basically…aromatherapy…is the ancient science of healing…relaxing and energizing by the use of plants and their parts…

Every part of the tree plays a significant role in aromatherapy…be it the roots…barks…flowers…fruits…seeds and even nuts…It is…in fact is one of the most popular branches of alternative medicines…

The word aromatherapy is derived from two words aroma which means ‘smell’ and therapy which stands for ‘healing’…So together they get together to form…smell…that heals…

Why Tea Tree For Aromatherapy?

Not one…not two…Lots of reasons behind…

Its Aroma is: Very High

Effects of Tea tree: Antiseptic…Stimulant

Its Scent is: Sharp…medicinal

Blends best with:

  • Clove bud
  • Geranium
  • Lavender
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Lemon
  • Nutmeg
  • Cinnamon
  • Clary Sag
  • Rosewood

What Tea Tree Does To Us?

Tea Tree oil is a very powerful immune stimulant and helps fight infections of all kinds and helps clean the skin…It kills…ruins the beings of-

  1. Bacteria
  2.  fungi
  3.  Viruses

Not only that…It can…Okay…It DOES help treat…

  • Influenza
  • Cold sores
  • Catarrh
  • Glandular fever
  • Gingivitis

Also massaging with Tea Tree oil before any operation may help to fortify the body and reduce post-operative shock…

Tea Tree oil could help clear bronchial congestion…asthma…cough…sinusitis…whooping cough and tuberculosis…abscesses…acne…burns…dandruff…herpes…oily skin…also valuable for athlete’s foot…cold sores…blemishes…diaper rash…warts…sunburn and infected wounds…

Australian soldiers and sailors used the essential oil as an all-purpose healing agent during World War II…And even today…tea tree is used in aromatherapy…rather more extensively…

And now…essential oil companies have begun touting tea tree’s healing properties… Medical journal articles support reports of its ability to heal mouth infections…and is a chief ingredient of almost every product now…that has something to do with healing…

Things thaat make up this amazing oil are

  • Pinene
  • Terpineol
  • Cineol
  • Cymene

The Scent of tea tree is mostly…Astringent…acrid…camphorwood like…and medicinal….the scent is similar to eucalyptus…

Its Therapeutic properties include…Anti-inflammatory…antiviral…antibacterial…antifungal…destroys parasitic infections…encourages the healing of wounds…stimulates immune system

It is called a “medicine cabinet in a bottle”…It heals wounds…protects skin from radiation burns from cancer therapy…and encourages scar tissue to regenerate irritating….and does the for our skin…

Check out these reference links..

  1. Tea Tree Oil by Herbal Healing
  2. Aromatherapy: Tea tree by TLC
  3. Essential oils and aromatherapy by Veronica Shine
  4. Tea tree oil by Healing natural Oils

Tea Tree Essential Oil – Some Facts

Tea tree essential oil is very good at keeping many skin problems at bay…Especially the ones having chronic and persistent skin problems can effectively make this oil deal with skin…

The health benefits of Tea Tree Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti bacterial, anti microbial, anti septic, anti viral, balsamic, cicatrisant, expectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant and sudorific.

Unlike the name suggest, the essential oil of Tea Tree is not extracted from the plant of common tea. Neither it is synonymous to Tea Oil, which is extracted from the seed of Tea plant. Instead, it is extracted through steam distillation of twigs and leaves of Tea Tree, whose botanical name is Melaleuca Alternifolia. Main constituents of Tea Tree Essential Oil are –

  • Alpha Pinene
  • Beta Pinene
  • Sabinene
  • Myrcene
  • Alpha Phellandrene
  • Alpha Terpinene
  • Limonene
  • Cineole
  • Gamma Terpinene
  • Para Cymene
  • Terpinolene
  • Linalool
  • Terpinenol
  • Alpha Terpineol

This tree is a native to Australia and its oil was known among the original inhabitants of Australia as an All-Cure medicine since time immemorial.

The All-Cure name given to this oil is not a bit exaggerated. The Tea Tree oil can be used as a cure for almost all sorts of tropical infections and diseases. You name it and it has the cure for that disease. It is invariably found in almost all the households of Australia, particularly those having small children. The magical healing and disinfectant properties make it a wonder-drug. It also boosts up immunity.

No! That was not all! It has numerous aces up its sleeves which can be covered under following general medicinal properties it possesses.

  It is said that wherever Mother Nature gave the diseases, she gave the cures there itself. The activity of microbes, bacteria, virus and fungi are at their peaks in the Tropics and hence most of the medicinal plants are found there too. Tea Tree is one such plant. It can cure some of the ugliest bacterial infections of the Tropics. Wounds, which are most prone to bacterial infections in this region, can be effectively cured and protected using this oil. Although this oil is seldom taken orally, but if so, in mild concentrations, can cure internal bacterial infections too, such as those in colon, stomach, intestines, excretory system and urinary system. It can also be used in treatment of Tuberculosis.

Okay, now have a look at our reference links…

  1. Tea Tree by RS
  2. Tea Tree by Cathy Wong
  3. Tea Tree Oil by Care

Tea Tree as an Antiseptic

I remember…as a kid whenever I used to get hurt…my Grandma..who was a crusader of natural herbs…and their benefits…used to apply this yellow strong smelling liquid on my scratches..burns..and cuts…it used to hurt a little but soon the wound used to turn into a scab and come off…and eventually heal…

Today I realize what that yellowish liquid was…it was…Tea Tree oil….

This amazing liquid…Tea tree oil….Long known for its qualities as a natural germicide which enhance the skin hygiene and also combines to effectively…. It…in fact…acts as a natural astringent… And also tones the skin…providing soothing relief to minor skin irritations…or wounds and injuries..It’s natural antiseptic properties aid in relieving minor infections…burns…cuts…bruises…pains…

It controls skin hygiene….Its natural cleansing ability removes unwanted grime and odours form the surface of the skin….Hence…leaving it scraped…of impurities…dirt and germs…thereby caring for the skin…

It is a pure oil pressed…obtained from the leaves of a tree native to Australia.…Also…traditionally… it has been used as a topical agent for the skin….The good quality oil is intricately obtained by crushing the leaves…and by extremely hygienic means…

And as a matter of fact…tea tree ( even called melaleuca) oil have become increasingly popular in recent decades….Not surprisingly…this essential oil has already been used for almost 100 years in Australia but is now available worldwide both as neat oil and as an active component in an slew of products…actually a lot of them….

The primary uses of tea tree oil have historically capitalized on the qualities of it being

  • antiseptic
  •  anti-inflammatory

It has reached our understanding of many that this oil’s antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities are benefitting people worldwide…and of almost every age-group…Age no bars for this amazing liquid…as well as clinical efficacy…Specific mechanisms of antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory action are reviewed…

But this is an absolute fact the way this liquid heals the wounds and keeps the infections and germs at bay…no other oil can do…certain chemical found in this oil does the whole magic….and has brought this oil to the top in terms of being an antiseptic liquid…

Hmm…So now check out these reference links of ours…

  1. Antiseptic Tea Tree oil by cmr.asm
  2. Tea Tree oil by Cancer organization
  3. Antiseptic Tea Tree by Cathy Wong

 

Tea Tree Shoves Dandruff Off The Scalp

Okay this is one problem I am sure all of you must have gone through at least once in life…dandruff…reason being…it is so common and prevalent in today’s scenario..that even newly born babies have it…nothing serious about it…but then again its a skin condition…occurs out of ignorance and the kind of lifestyle we have today…less of attention paid to self pampering and caring…more to work…so its natural…that when we do not oil our hair often enough…don’t wash hair daily…keep experimenting new hair-dos and styles…these problems are bound to hit us…

Okay let me explain now…

Dandruff…known as Seborrheic dermatitis medically…You this is also a kind of eczema…of the face and scalp…It results in red…itchy skin but is best recognized by the scaly flakes of skin that tend to fall from the scalp and out of the hair…which we call dandruff…The condition affects the sebum glands…which then causes the skin to dry…terribly…

Hello Tea Tree…

There are plenty of people that have problems with their skin on a regular basis but did you realize that this can actually lead to a difficulty with the scalp as well?

You know as a matter of fact…Our scalp is some of the most sensitive skin that is on your body and if it is not treated properly…we can certainly end up with a number of different problems…Which might include…

  • oily skin
  •  dry skin
  •  fungal infection

 All of these things lead to flaking and drying and roughening of the skin which we call dandruff….

Try avoiding pharmaceutical method in order to treat it…if you do have dandruff…And please understand…Dandruff is not a health issue and it is better left to natural treatments whenever possible…The reason why I am saying this is because pharmaceutical treatments tend to harm the body through the use of unnatural chemicals….So…take my word…use natural treatments…you can avoid these problems altogether and even benefit your body in a number of other ways….Here’s how…

Tea tree oil shoves the dandruff off the scalp…and is used to treat dandruff mainly because it does it best…not like others…. This is an amazing substance that is naturally based and has been used not only to treat dandruff but also for a number of other conditions that occur within the body….It has different elements to it that not only are able to treat a fungal infection but it can also treat things on an anti-microbial level as well….the best part??

Iit is excellent for your skin and it is able to treat you regardless of whether your skin happens to be oily or dry….You know…it benefits you regardless of what skin type you are!

A lot of  people that use tea tree oil to treat their dandruff don’t stop with this one..single natural treatments…And as a matter of fact…many of them use a number of different treatments in order to cure their dandruff and to get rid of it altogether….By using something that is as effective as tea tree oil as the base of your natural treatments…however…you are giving yourself a better opportunity of overcoming the dandruff and never having it come back again…Of course…you may need to continue to treat yourself long after the dandruff is gone but don’t worry about it…you are using things that are natural…

Okay…please check the reference links below…

  1. Tea Tree and Dandruff by Cathy Wong
  2. Dandruff by How to get rid of
  3. Helthy lifestyle by Bastyr Centre

Cold And Flu…Make Way For Tea Tree Oil

I remember…once I had this whooping cough and terribly flowing nose…and My mother had given me this cough syrup before going to school…result….embarrassing!

I slept during class…and the teacher woke me up by rapping her ruler on my desk…And eventually I was made the laughing stock of my class…But then…it happened way back…times have changed…Today the medicines are all about being as close as possible to being nature’s natural healers…

Need I exemplify?

Tea Tree Oil it is people…what else!

It doesn’t let us sleep during crucial hours…and it shoves away the cold and flu from our body…Anyway..here’s how…and here’s why…

As a matter of fact…bacteria can develop resistance to most antibiotics used to combat staph…..they remain in danger with the essential oil….To be specific….tea tree oil is so mighty that it’s almost always…Okay not always…but mostly…in a diluted form….no matter the intended purpose…

But amazingly…it’s no longer necessary to limit the power of tea tree oil to just cosmetics bag…it can enhance our ability to safely clean and disinfect our entire home….Many homemade household cleanser recipes incorporating tea tree oil are found online and in books…but one can also experiment…

Charity begins at home…and when speaking of home…The major infection reaches us through one common place and that is….the bathroom…and it is only the place…the best place to start….Bid farewell to and greet tea tree oil…Along with a squirt of liquid soap…put a few drops of the oil in a spray bottle filled with water and use it to wipe down anything and everything, paying close attention to handles…faucets…doorknobs… there’s more… According to the above handbook…tea tree oil can make its way into the dishwasher…washing machine…humidifier and more….In fact…the possibilities are endless….to disinfect your home…

And precisely…These cold and flu season is a perfect time to incorporate these germ-killing practices into the household cleaning routine…Then year-round…it helps lessen your dependency on harsh household cleaners…which pose risks to the environment and to your family’s health…

Listen up….If you’ve got kids in diapers…tea tree oil is great to have on hand…especially if  using cloth diapers…To deodorize and sanitize your diaper pail…drizzle in a few drops…For cloth diapering on the go…to achieve the same affect…apply a tiny amount to a small cloth and toss it in your wet bag…

Lastly…if the baby’s skin isn’t too sensitive…do away with store-bought diaper wipes…which are wasteful and often full of unnatural ingredients…and try homemade diaper spray and cloth wipes instead….To make your own diaper spray…simply fill a spray bottle with water…squirt in a bit of liquid baby soap…and add a drop or two of tea tree oil….

And that is how one can stifle the infection from reaching the cutest things in the house…the kids…

And And And…Kindly do not underestimate the power of tea tree oil and the many ways it can be used in the home…I mean I am mainly talking about the cold and flu season…It may not make cleaning and sanitizing more fun…but it can definitely make your efforts greener and more effective…So take some time to discover the methods that work best for you and your household…So buck up now! Start with a tiny bottle…a little goes a really really long way…You’ll be glad you did…Just make sure not to spill it on your dresser…

Okay…now quickly check out our reference links…

  1. 5 Home uses of  Tea tree oil by The Renaissance Woman
  2. Tea Tree Oil’s use by PNN
  3. Lifestyle by vrc211

Tea Tree Oil Info Barrel

Tea tree oil is the most sought after and recognized oil in the cosmetics industry…reasons are clear and wide…the various properties of this oil which cannot be found in possibly any other oil…And in fact no other oil can compete with its qualities…

Tea Tree Oil (also known as Melaleuca) is a natural antibacterial disinfectant that was commonly used as a general antiseptic by the aborigine tribes for thousands of years. More recently, the scientific community has confirmed that Tea Tree Oil has tremendous medicinal benefits. It is a light yellow oil that has a scent similar to nutmeg, and it is produced by steaming tea tree leaves and then squeezing the oil out.

Tea Tree Oil has wonderful properties that makes it a popular natural agent for curing all three types of infectious organisms: fungus, bacteria, and virus. More importantly, it is known to effectively fight a number of infections that are resistant to some antibiotics. Therefore, Tea Tree Oil is an excellent natural remedy for hundreds of bacterial and fungal skin ailments such as –

  • Acne
  • Abscess
  • Oily skin
  • Blisters
  • Sun burns
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Warts
  • Herpes
  • Insect bites
  • Rashes
  • Dandruff

Studies have shown that Tea Tree Oil also treats respiratory problems ranging from common sore throats, coughs and runny nose to severe conditions such as asthma, tuberculosis, and bronchitis. The anti-viral properties of the oil fight many common infectious diseases such as chicken pox, shingles and measles, flu, cold sores and verrucae. It also strengthens the body’s immune system, which is often weakened by stress, illness, or by the use of antibiotics and other drugs. It can also be used as a mouth wash, since it is highly effective in healing oral candidiasis (a fungal infection of mouth and throat).

Tea Tree Oil, when used as a mouth wash, acts as a natural cure for bad breath, oral candidiasis, gingivitis, plaque, and inflamed gums. It also kills mouth bacteria prior to dental surgery and also reduces mouth irritation that is often caused by dental procedures.

Add 3 drops of Tea Tree Oil to a cup of warm water.

Use the solution as a mouthwash two to three times daily.

Always spit out the Tea Tree Oil mouthwash. Do not swallow it.

You may also add 1 drop of Tea Tree Oil to toothpaste when brushing teeth.

Sore Throat and Congestion

Tea Tree Oil can be combined with a simple steam inhalation technique to naturally cure congestion, sore throat, chest infections, and clearing up mucus:

Okay, go through our reference links now…

  1. Tea Tree Oil by Care2
  2. Tea Tree Oil by Cathy Wong
  3. Tea Tree Benefits by Ray Sahelian

I Am A Wonder Worth Worshipping – Tea Tree Oil

Like I have written in certain other blogs of mine…Every great discovery has a certain uncanny history to it…and so does this wondrous oil…Without any further ado…let me take you the yesteryears…the years of recognition of this amazing Tea tree oil…

Even much much before Captain Cook set foot on the shores of Australia…the natives used the this oil of the Melaleuca trees for a wide range of topical and oral applications….They crushed the leaves to obtain their oil to use as rubbing mediums and mixed them with clay to form poultices and even bathed in the water containing Tea tree oil….White settlers observed and imbibed the way of using the leaves for their own healing applications…It was most unfortunate for people in the west that there was no documented evidence…and the use of Melaleuca oil was to remain confined to Australia…as a bush remedy…for the next 150 years..( phew! Now that’s a long time).

Hmm…then way back in 1922…an Australian chemist…Arthur Penfold…distilled the oil from the Melaleuca alternifolia and following…published a paper stating that it had wide-ranging antibacterial and antifungal properties..And it was disclosed for the record that this was a new type of germicide…gentle to skin cells but harmful to the germs…This oil then got renowned for its ability to treat all kinds of infections and infestations…It was the treatment of choice… from

  1. Ringworm
  2.  Leg ulcers
  3. Cuts and wounds
  4.  Head lice
  5.  Infections
  6. Pyorrhoea
  7. Gingivitis
  8. Catarrh
  9.  Thrush
  10.  Tonsillitis

Be it….Professors…doctors…dentists and veterinary surgeons…they all….utilized its many properties for the health and welfare of their patients…

Then it was the dawn of the World War II and…this oil was in such short supply that all the available stocks were used to help stop infections from the unavoidable war wounds…both in soldiers and munitions workers that were helping with the war effort….Soon it was brought down to be cheaper…and more readily available….alternative should be manufactured to help stop the spread of germs….and the once thriving industry went into a steep decline….For the next twenty years the oil was all but forgotten…literally…I know it’s pretty unbelievable to hear that…but its a fact..

But fortunately enough…Melaleuca alternifolia oil has over 100 components working in a synergized fashion…most of which could not even be identified back in the early years…so an exact nature-identical copy was impossible to synthesize from man-made chemicals….Now you understand…As far as the 60s era was concerned…the oil made a remarkable comeback… the first scientific evidence in decades confirmed that it had a favourable effect in the treatment of boils…gynaecological infections and later for varied foot problems and nail bed infections….And now…..the once sidelined oil was ( actually ‘is’) gaining truck loads of  popularity…and farms were being set up to harvest the oil on a commercial basis…

And ladies and gentleman! Hang on… it doesn’t stop there…not just can this amazing oil be used in first aid applications and toiletries…it is a powerful solvent too (which is why it helps to clear trapped bacteria in boils) and can be utilized all around the home….So if you have any old tea tree oil in the cupboard it can be safely used for household cleaning applications…understand? It is particularly good for getting the glue off plates…jars and bottles often left behind by price stickers and labels…..It can be an effective cleaner…removing paint and pen marks easily from surfaces…( wow! Didn’t have even a single clue that it is so prolific! ) when mixed with a small amount of ordinary household cleaner or laundry product and rubbed over the area…It is a good stain remover for clothes and everyday washable items….But it must not be used full-strength on plastics and cheaper man-made fabrics…because they can become damaged by the strong solvent action…It can clean silver…It helps to deodorize rooms and cupboards….Mixed with a few drops of a culinary oil it can be sprinkled onto a duster and used to polish wooden furniture…both inside the house and in the garden…

And today the stand of tea tree oil is above all…without a doubt…

Check out these references…

  1. 20 Great uses of tea tree oil by www.care2.com
  2. Tea tree history by Tea tree wonders
  3. Tea tree benefits by Tea Tree Organization

Tea Tree – Ethereal Liquid

The oil of tea tree is one amazement striking liquid that does unbelievable goods to humans, especially the human skin. Tea Tree oil is in fact one oil that can clear the skin from the deepest with just its topical application.

Tea Tree Oil (also known as Melaleuca) is a natural antibacterial disinfectant that was commonly used as a general antiseptic by the aborigine tribes for thousands of years. More recently, the scientific community has confirmed that Tea Tree Oil has tremendous medicinal benefits. It is a light yellow oil that has a scent similar to nutmeg, and it is produced by steaming tea tree leaves and then squeezing the oil out.

Tea Tree Oil has wonderful properties that makes it a popular natural agent for curing all three types of infectious organisms: fungus, bacteria, and virus. More importantly, it is known to effectively fight a number of infections that are resistant to some antibiotics. Therefore, Tea Tree Oil is an excellent natural remedy for hundreds of bacterial and fungal skin ailments such as acne, abscess, oily skin, blisters, sun burns, athlete’s foot, warts, herpes, insect bites, rashes, dandruff and other minor wounds and irritations.

Studies have shown that Tea Tree Oil also treats respiratory problems ranging from common sore throats, coughs and runny nose to severe conditions such as asthma, tuberculosis, and bronchitis.

The anti-viral properties of the oil fight many common infectious diseases such as –

  • Chicken pox
  • Shingles
  • Measles
  • Flu
  • Cold sores
  • Verrucae

It also strengthens the body’s immune system, which is often weakened by stress, illness, or by the use of antibiotics and other drugs. It can also be used as a mouth wash, since it is highly effective in healing oral candidiasis (a fungal infection of mouth and throat).

As far as skin infections are concerned, it is really helpful in acne Treatment.

Also another common use of Tea Tree Oil is as a natural treatment of Boils or Carbuncles.

Then again, Tea Tree Oil help treat toenail fungus infections. Simply apply 1 to 2 drops of the oil directly onto the infected toenails and rub it above and under the tip of the nail. Repeat this once per day.

Many people have also found that Tea Tree Oil can be used as a very effective treatment for Genital Warts.

Have a look at our reference links now.

  1. Tea Tree Oil by Care2
  2. Tea Tree Oil by Cathy Wong
  3. Tea Tree Benefits by Ray Sahelian

I Call It Tea tree…She Calls It Melaleuca Oil

I find the concept calling people with funny names…which are close to their real names…very cute…But that has nothing to do the topic…Anyway…my focus for this article is ‘names’….This amazing tree called Tea tree…must have heard a lot of it now…thanks to its multiple benefits…anyway…what I was saying is…do you by any chance know how this tree got this name ‘Tea tree’? 

Yeah yeah…I am sure you don’t…and must be wondering the reason of my existence…hmm…I’ll tell you…Actually…Originally…the leaves were used as a tea substitute…you got it? I mean the leaves of this tree were used in place of tea…to prepare tea…so that is how this tree came to be known as ‘Tea tree’…  

Now moving ahead…Any idea of its other names?

Alright! Alright! I will only tell you…please don’t start questioning my being again… 

Hmm…it does not have many names…but yes it does have alternative names…they are- 

  1. Punk Tree
  2. Australian Tea Tree
  3. Melaleuca Alternifolia (in Latin)
  4. Paperbark Tree
  5. Ti Tree

Cute names no?

Hmm…I find them cute…Let’s get down to its nitty-gritty now…

This Tea tree has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years….It can be…no…it IS used for purposes that are…

  • Antifungal
  • Antibacterial
  • Antiseptic
  • Cosmetics
  • Antiviral 

Okay…now some knowledgeable and informative points for you…Tea tree oil has certain chemicals called terpenoids that have antiseptic and antifungal properties…So now you understand its because of these chemicals that the whole tree is considered so….It is an essential oil that is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves from an Australian plant or call it Melaleuca alternifolia…. 

Tea Tree Oil Uses

The leaves of this Tea tree were initially and originally used for healing skin ailments ( mainly I mean)… scrapes…insect bites…skin spots…cuts…infections…and burns by crushing the leaves and applying them to the area infected or ailing….Tea tree oil has also been used for conditions such as acne…athlete’s foot…dandruff…nail fungus… vaginitis…thrush…and even periodontal disease….boils…lice…eczema…psoriasis…yeast infections…and also as a general antiseptic…It is also used often in creams…ointments…soaps…lotions…and shampoos ( Phew! One tiny leaf! And so many benefits! Imagine! )

Tea Tree Oil for Bad Breath

You know Tea Tree oil can actually be used to help stop bad breath…Many toothpastes and oral products use tea tree oil in their formulas….Sometimes it is even used in mouthwash and other solutions for stopping bad breath…. 

Tea Tree Oil for Gum Disease

Not only can tea tree oil help with halitosis…but it can even have antibiotic qualities and help heal gum infections…It can treat severe chronic gingivitis and bleeding gums as they deeply penetrate to the skin…This is one of the main reasons a dentist would tell a patient to use toothpaste that contains tea tree oil for treating bad breath… 

And……Tea Tree Oil can be used against the following microbes…

  • Gram Negative bacteria
  • Gram Positive bacteria
  • Fungi

Okay…quick…check out our references now…

  1. Tea Tree oil for bad breath by R.Drysdale
  2. Leaves used as tea substitute by Cathy Wong
  3. Tea tree oil by livestrong.com

 

Tea Tree Oil – Nature’s Spa

Ever wondered why…simply applying or massaging the hair with Tea tree oil…feels simply heaven…?

Ever wondered why only taking in the smell of certain oils like Tea tree…can give you a ‘natural’ high…and evacuates the trivia from mind…?

Ever wondered why these scientists and other big shots are such big crusaders of these old…essential oils…?

For the ones…who did pondered over these questions but did not reach a conclusion…I am here to help…To make you understand the nature’s real spa…Tea tree oil…

Hmm….listen up…

A relatively famous antiseptic essential oil….is flushed with this element called terpinenol…which is the key active constituent…Highly illustrious for its beneficial effects on immune system…rendering it numb…in a way that it is so pacifying for all the senses….of course apart from being an excellent disinfectant and cleaner…

Tea tree oil has been highly recognized for a wide variety of healing and soothing effects….Many people use it neat on irritants like-

  • Arthritis pain
  • Burns
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Nail fungus warts
  • Sprains
  • Insect bites
  • Cuts

Okay before experiencing any soothing effects of this oil…discover how it reacts to the kind of skin you have…If a rash develops using a small amount…one can dilute it with a carrier oil (olive…almond…etc)…Try diffusing or applying topically…Extremely safe for use on children and pets…

Again I am mentioning this….When used in massage…tea tree oil has an amazingly soothing and calming effect on the body and soul….You know it releases all the heaviness from the head with just the snap of fingers…because of its cooling effect…The oil is also beneficial in alleviating joint and muscle pains due to its analgesic effects….

It has proved and it continues to do so…that it is-

  1. Antiviral
  2. Antibacterial
  3. Antifungal

 It is a solution for every possible skin problem..

  • Cuts
  • Scrapes
  • Burns
  • Ailments
  • Skin spots
  • Infections
  • Insect bites

It leaves the skin hydrated and with that cool sensation that gives us goose-bumps…when something tickles us…
And mind you! Tea tree oil is not just soothing and disinfecting…it is capable of penetrating into the lower skin layers with its anti-inflammatory…disinfectant… analgesic (pain-killing)and wound-healing qualities…Amazing no?

And this unusual quality of it having a diaphoretic effect i.e. it promotes sweating – which improves the body’s own natural resistance especially when threatened by infection…

To add more feathers to this nature’s spa’s hat….Tea tree oil exhibits expectorant and balsamic characteristics…which are especially beneficial in the case of throat or chest infections…having a generally soothing and clearing (mucus-expelling) effect on the entire respiratory tract…It is also effective against head colds… 

So…now you know so much of this nature’s spa…so go through these links below… 

  1. Benefits of Tea tree oil by benefitsof.com
  2. Essential oils by International Wellness Directory
  3. Tea tree by Article