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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.
Blisters Leeches Poison Sumac Stings Insect Bites Poison Ivy Splinters Sunburns Insect Repellent Poison Oak Sprains Ticks
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.
People with sensitive skin should introduce the oil with caution. See Safety! Tea tree oil is not to be taken internally except as a mouthwash or gargle as directed (do not swallow).
1. Blisters: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly on blister. Add rap with sterile, non-stick bandage. Also See: Grapefruit Seed Extract! | back to top
2. Insect bites & Stings: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil directly onto area of bite or sting to disinfect and to reduce swelling. Also See: Grapefruit Eeed Extract! | back to top
3. Insect repellent: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to first aid lotion (Mix Well) or you may simply add a few drops in the palm of your hand and rub it into clothing and directly onto skin (providing your not allergic) this works very good for an insect repellent (especially mosquitos) thus possibly preventing the West Nile Virus. | back to top
4. Leeches: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil with any natural insect repellent. Also apply (?) drops of tea tree oil directly onto the leech, and the leech should remove itself. Also See: Grapefruit Seed Extract! | back to top
5. Poison Ivy/Oak & Sumac: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to 3 Tbs of baking soda and rub onto affected area. Rap with gauze. Apply 2-3 times daily. Also See: Grapefruit Seed Extract! | back to top
6. Splinters: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to area. Then remove splinter with tweezers. | back to top
7. Sprains: Ice area with ice compress and elevate. Add (?) drops of tea tree oil to arnica and apply to sprain. Rap area with dry cloth. Keep foot elevated for at least 20 minutes. Repeat often. | back to top
8. Sunburns: Add (?) drops of tea tree oil with vitamin E oil; apply 2 times daily. | back to top
9. Ticks: Apply (?) drops of tea tree oil directly to tick and area. If tick does not back out of skin, use tweezers to remove it. Get as close as you can to your skin to remove. Do not squeeze the body. If cold-like symtoms or ring like pattern appears; consult a Physician. Also See: Grapefruit Seed Extract! | back to top
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