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Note: All orders will include a free flier with all of the uses and dosages for tea tree oil or you may purchase just the dosages separately on our order page.
People with sensitive skin should introduce the oil with caution. See Safety! Tea tree oil is not to be taken internally.
Tea Tree Oil General Information
Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-infection oil. It is effective against nail fungus, ringworm, athlete's foot, dandruff, acne and many types of infestations including lice, mites and scabies.
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 cicatrizant (wound-healing) qualities. It helps the skin to heal by encouraging the formation of scar tissue.
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Immune System Plantar Warts Steam Inhalation Infections Plaque Stye Ingrown Hair Psoriasis Sunburn Itchy Scalp Rheumatism Ticks Jock Itch Ringworm ToothAche Laryngitis Ringworm of Scalp Toothbrush Cleaner Leg Ulcers Ringworm of Skin Tropical Ulcers Massage Scabies Vaporizer Mosquito Bites Sciatica Warts Mouth Ulcers Seborrhea Waxing Muscle Aches Shingles Nail Fungus Sinusitis Nasal Ulcers Sore Gums Oily Hair Sore Throat
45. Immune System: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 ounce of olive or almond oil and massage into skin once weekly. This will help strengthen your immune system. Or add (?) drops tea tree oil to your bath water. You can also add a few drops tea tree oil to an aroma light, humidifier or to a boiling pan of water. Also See:Grapefruit Seed Extract Click Here | back to top
46. Infections: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to infected area twice daily. | back to top
47. Ingrown Hair: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to area; repeat every 2 hours or until signs of infection disappear. | back to top
48. Itchy Scalp: Apply (?) Drops of tea tree oil directly into hair strands or massage into scalp. | back to top
49. Jock Itch: Apply (?) drops of tea tree oil to ½ ounce grapeseed oil. Apply 2 times daily. Or you may apply tea tree oil undiluted to the area. Cover the area with a care cream afterwards to reduce the drying effects of the tea tree oil. | back to top
50. Laryngitis: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 cup of warm water, gargle 2-3 times a day. Also add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 ounce of your favorite mouthwash. Caution: Do Not Swallow. | back to top
51. Leg Ulcers: Apply (?) drops of tea tree oil to 3 cups of warm water or add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 ounce grapeseed oil. Shake well and massage into area. | back to top
52. Massage: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to massage oil. | back to top
53. Mosquito Bites: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to area of bite. Repeat every 2 hours or until swelling and itching disappears. | back to top
54. Mouth Ulcers: Dab ulcer with undiluted tea tree oil every two hours. | back to top
55. Muscle Aches: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 ounce of grapeseed oil. Massage well. You can also add (?) drops to bath water and soak. | back to top
58. Oily or Dry Hair: Apply (?) Drops of tea tree oil directly into hair strands or massage into scalp. | back to top
59. Plantar Warts: Apply tea tree oil full strength to affected area 2-3 times daily. | back to top
61. Psoriasis: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 1 cup of sea salt and put in bath water. | back to top
62. Rheumatism: Add (?) drops of warm tea tree oil directly to area and massage. back to top
64. Ringworm of The Scalp: (Is not a worm but a fungus) Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 2 ounces of shampoo. "Mix Well" use until condition improves. |back to top
66. Scabies: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to area in the morning and at night. Note: This can cause irritation to people with sensitive skin. Consult a Physician if improvment is not made, within 10 days. | back to top
67. Sciatica: Add (?) drops of warmed tea tree oil directly to area and massage. | back to top
68. Seborrhea: Inflammation of the skin around the scalp, face and sometimes other areas of the body, it appears as a dry or greasy scaling of the scalp. It looks similar to dandruff. In severe cases a yellow or red scaling papules appear along the hairline and behind the ears. It is also common on the bridge of the nose, the external ear canal and on the eyebrows. Infant Seborrhea in known as cradle cap. Bathe using tea tree oil dissolved in your soap. Pat dry. Apply morning and night. Condition should disappear in a week to ten days. If condition persists consult a Physician. | back to top
69. Shingles: Add (?) drops of warmed tea tree oil directly to area and massage. | back to top
70. Sinusitis: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to a pot of heated water. Drape towel over head while leaning over pot of solution, and inhale gently. At night, add (?) drops to vaporizer. | back to top
71. Sore Gums: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil on brush and brush with baking soda. | back to top
72. Sore Throat: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 4 ounces of warm water, gargle 2-3 times a day; (Do Not Swallow) or add (?) drops of tea tree oil into pot of warm water and breath in vapors for 10 minutes. Add (?) drops tea tree oil to vaporizer. | back to top
73. Steam Inhalation: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to a bowl of steaming water. Cover head with towel and inhale. To relieve congestion and fight infection. | back to top
74. Stye (Hordeolum): Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to a pan of hot water, drape towel over head and hold over pan for five minutes. | back to top
75. Sunburn: Mix (?) drops of tea tree oil with vitamin E oil, almond, or avocado oil and apply twice daily. When applied in time, it can bring immediate pain relief, and prevent reddening and blistering. Repeat as often as necessary. In cases of severe sunburn, apply (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to the affected area. The pain will vanish almost immediately, and blistering of skin will be prevented. | back to top
76. Ticks: Apply (?) drops directly to tick and area. If tick does not back out of skin, use tweezers to remove it. If cold-like symtoms or ring like pattern appears; consult a Physician. | back to top
77. Toothache: Add (?) Drops of tea tree oil to mouthwash and gargle. Do Not Swallow. Or add (?) drops of tea tree oil with 1/2 teaspoon aloe vera gel and directly apply to infected tooth. | back to top
79. Topical Ulcers: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to area and gently massage using a cotton swab. | back to top
80. Vaporizer: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to vaporizer. This is very effective for head colds which effect nasal and sinus passages. | back to top
81. Warts: Apply full strength tea tree oil to wart. It may take several weeks for wart to dissolve, depending upon conditions. | back to top82. Waxing Bikini Area/Legs: Before waxing allow (?) drops of tea tree oil to dry on area. Repeat same step after waxing, and then 2 times the same day. Redness and swelling should subside within 24 hours. | back to top
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