Tea Tree Oil is a strong anti-septic, which means it is a substance that stops the growth and actions of microorganisms especially on living tissue.  It has a positive affect against fungus, bacteria, viruses, and potentially cancer cells; not to mention, tea tree oil is equal or more effective than some pharmaceutical medications.  Terpinen-4-ol  is a major anti-microbial component of Tea Tree Oil and recent study published in the journal CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY AND PHARMACOLOGY demonstrates that

Tea Tree Oil (TTO) and terpinen-4-ol had significant anti-proliferative activity against two tumour cell lines. Moreover, the identification of primary necrotic cell death and cell cycle arrest of the aggressive tumour cells highlights the potential anticancer activity of Tea Tree Oil (TTO) and terpinen-4-ol.

-S. J. Greay, D. J. Ireland, H. T. Kissick, A. Levy, M. W. Beilharz, T. V. Riley and C. F. Carson

Austrialian aborigines have used tea tree oil for thousands for various conditions; it was applied to wounds or steeped it to create a cough & congestion relieving vapor.


Tea Tree Oil (diluted solution) may be used to relieve and/or treat:

  • Toe Fungus
  • Acne
  • Gram Positive Bacteria
  • Gram Negative Bacteria
  • Dandruff
  • Ear Infections
  • Yeast infections
  • Viral skin infections
  • Anti-aging Skin Care: By using as a facial wash or diluted moisturizer, a person may remove toxins and microorganisms to prevent cell damage.

Before use, it is important to consult a healthcare provider and test skin sensitivity.  In some individuals, tea tree oil may cause irritation or contact dermatitis.  Use an organic coconut oil or aloe vera gel to create a topical dilution.  Aloe Vera provides both tissue healing and moisturizer properties

 Do not ingest Tea Tree Oil!


Disclaimer: The information provided is not a substitute for proper clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment.

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