Tee Tree Essential Oil
Paragon Alternative’s essential oils are selected and approved by Sajid Ali, D.N.M. They are the purest and best essential oils available.
Tea Tree Essential Oil Origin and Extraction
Tea Tree Essential Oil is extracted from the twigs and leaves of the tea tree, using the process of steam distillation. The tea tree (botanical name Melaleuca Alternifolia) is native to Australia but has spread to various other parts of the word. This oil should not be confused with Tea Oil, which is derived from the tea plant.
Tee Tree Essential Oil Indications/Uses
Tea Tree Oil has a reputation for being a cure-all, since it has a positive effect on so many conditions and ailments, including giving the immune system a boost.
Tea Tree Essential Oil is antifungal, antibacterial, antiseptic and antiviral. As such, it is beneficial for preventing and healing diseases, infections and ailments. Its many uses include treatment for wounds, acne, fungal infections, some bacterial infections, athlete’s foot, dandruff, gingivitis, and genital infections. These qualities also make Tea Tree Oil useful as an insect deterrent – combating lice, scabies, mosquitoes and other pests – as well as combating internal tapeworms, round worms and miscellaneous parasites.
Not only does Tea Tree Oil prevent infections and infectious diseases, but as a sudoriific, Tea Tree Essential Oil helps the body rid itself of toxins. By increasing perspiration, Tea Tree Oil helps cleanse the body of uric acid while removing excess water and salt.
Having balsamic properties, it boosts general health and increases the absorption of nutrients from food eaten. Its cicatristant properties help wounds heal quickly and can discourage scar formation. The oil’s expectorant properties make it effective for treating upper respiratory conditions as it helps expel phlegm and mucous.
As a stimulant, it has an energizing effect on the circulatory system, on hormone secretions and on the immune system. Tea Tree Oil is also an effective as removing pain caused by sprains and muscular aches.
Tea Tree Essential Oil is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, balsamic, cicatrisant, expectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant and a sudorific substance.
Tea Tree Essential Oil Contra Indications
Tea Tree Essential Oil is considered safe when used topically, although allergies or skin reactions may occur in some persons. Test before using. Avoid using oxidized oil (which has been exposed to air) and dilute well.
Tea Tree Oil should not be consumed internally. Serious side effects, including hallucinations, vomiting, dirarrhea and blood cell abnormalities may occur. Keep out of the reach of children and animals.
Essential Oils are natural, contracted oils that have the fragrance of the plant from which they originated. Most typically, the oils are extracted from the plant through distillation. In many cases, the distillation process involves the use of steam. As steam passes through the plant’s stems, seeds, flowers or leaves, it assists in vaporizing the volatile compounds.
While essential oils have various uses, they have a long documented history of medicinal value. Essential Oils can support overall health, act as a treatment or remedy for various medical or psychological conditions or help prevent infections and illness.
Essential Oils should not be used on animals as they can have adverse effects.
Our Philosophy of Health and Well-Being
Our philosophy and approach is to facilitate health by balancing and restoring the body’s systems to optimal well-being. Hence, rather than treating symptoms or diseases, we aim to reduce and remove blockages to overall health.