Botanical Name: melaleuca alternifolia
Part of Plant: leaves
Major Biochemical Compounds: Terpinene-4-ol, gamma-Terpinene, alpha-Terpinene, Paracymene, 1,8-Cineol
Common Uses: Tea tree is most effective for the treatment of candida, fungal conditions, mouth and gum infections. Tea Tree is also used to treat staph (uvula) and strep infections.
Emotional/Psychological Uses: Tea tree is said to stimulate energy, and is useful for nervous exhaustion
Cosmetic/Skin Uses: Used for acne, herpes simplex, impetigo, ringworm, finger and toe nail infections and athlete's foot.
Blends Well With: Other melaleuca oils such as Cajeput and Niaouli, to strengthen action. Also, other antimicrobials like Thyme Linalol, Rosemary, Hyssop, Lemon
Inside Info: Combine Tea Tree with Palmarosa, Rose Geranium and Thyme Linalol for an anti-fungal synergy. This synergy blended with baking soda will work magic for preventing the spread of athlete's foot.
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