Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree Oil Diluted 17% With Mineral Oil Ready for Skin/Vaginal Use As
100% Tea Tree Oil may cause skin irritations and allergic contact dermatitis,
and for most uses (as shown below) is suggested to be dilluted.
We prepared an excellent solution of Tea Tree Oil, diluted with drinkable mineral oil, with the following features:
- Perfect viscosity
- Perfect combination between the two oils
- Ready for skin/vaginal use
- Excellent antiseptic for Poseidon SpongeTampons
- Naturally Sterilized
However, cases of allergic contact dermatitis or skin irritation have been reported. If you experience redness, rash or irritation following the application of tea tree oil or a product containing tea tree oil, discontinue use.Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_4798913_dangers-tea-tree-oil.html
Leaves of Tea tree or else (Melaleuca alternifolia) produce oil used in Australia for centuries for the treatment of skin infections. This fragrant oil resembles to the one of nutmeg. The Tea Tree only grows in Australia. Currently, Australia is the largest source of tea tree oil exporting about 700 tonnes per year.
The pure tea tree oil (Tea tree oil) is a colorless to pale yellow. It is often said as «Melaleuca oil».
Our tea tree oil is processed and bottled in pharmacy laboratory licenced by the Greek Association for Medicines.
There are numerous health benefits associated with this herbal medicine. The tea tree oil of high grade contains 40% or more of component terpinen-4-ol, which is the main ingredient that fights harmful bacteria and fungi. This is what makes the tea tree oil (Tea tree oil) effective treatment for cuts, scratches, insect bites and stings.
Other benefits can have the tea tree oil :
– Minimizes the duration of vaginal infections.
It is effective in addressing the underlying causes of Candida albicans infections and vaginal trichomoniasis (Trichomonas vaginalis).
– Heals wounds, scratches, insect bites, stings, minor skin wounds and irritations.
The oil changes the chemical barriers of the skin that make it inhospitable to fungi and other organisms.
– Combats fungal nails, itching of the legs and the
The tea tree oil is effective in combating ringworm, a fungus that causes many local infections such as ‘athlete’s foot’ and itching of the legs.
– Can control acne.
The solution up to 15% tea tree oil can cure even severe cases of acne due to the anti-akmikon properties.
– Treats dandruff and head lice.
A solution containing tea tree oil is effective in combating fungal Pytirosporum ovale, causing dandruff.
– Inhibits the warts by killing the virus.
– To treat minor skin wounds:
insect bites, stings and irritations, clean the wound and then apply one or two drops of tea tree oil to the affected area two to three times a day.
– For the treatment of infections of the nails:
rub tea tree oil to the nail twice a day.
– For the treatment of athlete’s foot:
Apply oil or cream to the affected areas twice a day and / or do footbath. Foot bath, put 20 drops of tea tree oil (Tea tree oil) in a small bowl of hot water, let your feet for 15 minutes two or three times a day. Dry your feet and then put a couple of drops of oil on the affected area.
– For the treatment of vaginal infections:
wash with tea tree oil every 12 hours for five days.
– For the treatment of acne:
Put one – two drops of tea tree oil in each acne lesion three times per day.
– For the treatment of warts:
add a few drops of Tea tree oil in small gauze and place them on the warts at bedtime and remove in the morning. Continue until you are healed.
– Do not drink the tea tree oil. It is strictly for external use. If you drink it by mistake, contact your doctor.
– There are no known drugs or nutrients that interact with tea tree oil .