What are the immediate benefits of Tea Tree essential oil?

Tea Tree essential oil has to be used in moderation each time because it can dry out your skin if used in excess.

Tea Tree is not the same as the tea “chai” beverage. The botanical name is Melaleuca alternifolia, which grows in Southeast Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Native to Australia for centuries, its medical benefits have been preached far and wide. The use of Tea Tree essential oil has since spread all over the world. 

Properties of Tea Tree essential oil: antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, balsamic, cicatrizant (promotes healing through the formation of scar tissue), expectorant, fungicide, insecticide, stimulant, and sudorific (induces sweating) substance.

Tea Tree leaves and tender stems are used to make the essential oil.

It can help remove antibacterial infections of the colon, stomach, digestive tract, urinary tract, and excretory system. Tea Tree can be taken in extremely small quantities, one to two drops, mixed in any soup, stew or cold drink. It may not agree with your body. So try a small quantity and discontinue at once if you do not feel well.  

Tea Tree helps prevent infections to wounds. It helps your skin heal faster. The antioxidants in Tea Tree oil can help retain the tautness, the elasticity of your skin giving it a more youthful look. You can mix tea tree oil with any carrier oil like olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil and body lotion. Tea Tree oil can help reduce wrinkles.

Tea Tree essential oil can help clear up congestion brought on by cold and viral infections. People suffering from bronchial or asthmatic breathing issues can breathe easier if they rub tea tree oil on their chest before going to bed. It can help loosen and release phlegm from the lungs, clearing sinus and nasal passages.

Tea Tree oil can help clear the scalp of infections and dandruff. It can be mixed with any carrier oil – like coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, beeswax, or hair cream. The scalp can be washed off with warm to hot water.

Tea Tree oil can be applied directly to boils, blisters, sores, around wounds and cuts. This will help prevent and minimize further infection.

Tea Tree oil can be used to apply underarm as a natural deodorant, and this helps prevent the growth of bacteria in that area, causing your body to have no odor during the day. Tea Tree essential oil is used in the manufacturing of natural deodorant sticks.

Tea Tree oil can be used to reduce pain caused due to an ear infection. Use a drop or two to clear out the infection in the ear canal. Do not use it on children under the age of five. Keep a close watch on children after using tea tree oil drops in their ear.

Tea Tree oil can clear out bacterial infections of the skin. It clears out acne, (pimples) caused by oily skin and eliminates bacteria altogether in repeated applications. It can help people with serious skin infections like eczema, Psoriasis, and rosacea (extreme redness and itchiness, infected patches of skin).

Tea Tree oil has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce swelling and joint aches caused due to muscular sprains and sports injuries. It helps speed up the healing process and promotes tissue restoration. It can also help people suffering from muscular atrophy or degenerative arthritis, called osteoarthritis, a chronic disorder that damages the cartilage and tissues surrounding a joint.

Home Use:

Tea Tree oil can be used to spray on mattresses and let to dry out in the sun. The mattress can be used again in the evening after exposing the mattress a good two to four hours in full sunlight. Before spraying the mattress, you can use a hand-vacuum to clean dust mites off the mattress. Discard the bag or empty canister of dust outside, at once.

Add 20 – 25 drops of tea tree oil in warm to hot water. This mixture can be filled in a spray bottle which can be used to spray around doorways outside the house to keep insects and bugs, especially mosquitoes far away from your front door. Do this twice a week for best results. Do not spray in the presence or around animals.

Tea Tree oil spray can be used to ward off insects like mosquitoes, garden bugs and other insects that cause you to lose the fun in your yard. Insects do not like the scent of Tea Tree essential oil.

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Some of the main chemical compounds of tea tree essential oil are alpha pinene, beta pinene, sabinene, myrcene, alpha phellandrene, alpha-terpinene, limonene, cineole, gamma terpinene, para-cymene, terpinolene, Linalool, terpineol, and alpha-terpineol.

Disclaimer: This oil as with all essential oils is not intended to be a substitute cure for medicine or actual doctor’s advice. Different people react differently to essential oils. Some people have extra sensitive skin and they may have to use a carrier oil to dilute the potency of the essential oil before they apply it on their skin. People with health issues would do well to research essential oils before they start the use of essential oils to create a sense of well being for themselves.

Use Swiss Mist Essential Oils to live a better life

Swiss Mist essential oils are all natural and help you to live a better life. With people using essential oils for the first time, it may take some getting used to. Your brain, olfactory nerves (sense of smell) have to get used to how certain essential oils smell. That takes some time. But the natural chemical compounds in each essential oil goes to work in helping you live a better life. If you are not able to use the essential oil for some reason, share it with a family member, who may love that smell and enjoy using the essential oils. Here are some useful ways in how essential oil can be used in daily living situations.

  1. Calm your nerves: If you feel you have had a bad day, a long day at work and feel tensed, uncomfortable, use a few drops of your favorite essential oil – lemongrass, lavender, orange, eucalyptus to help you calm down. The smell of essential oils does a soothing effect on your senses.
  2. Get a relaxed sleep: Many people find it hard to go to sleep. Worries and tensions keep them awake at night. Lavender essential oil helps calm you down. Sprinkle drops of Swiss Mist Lavender essential oil on your sheets ten minutes before you go to bed. It will help you get a better night’s sleep daily.
  3. A soothing partner massage: Here’s a great way for both of you to bond together. Set some time apart for a soothing massage.  You can use a few drops of Lavender oil or Cedarwood oil with body lotion to give each other a five-minute full body massage.
  4. Self Relaxation method: Lavender or peppermint essential oils help you relax at once. Apply to your forehead and temples to help you relax and calm down.
  5. Calm down an irritable child: A crying child is no fun and can elevate stress levels in family life. Add a few drops of Lavender essential oil to their stuffed toys or bedspread. The natural chemical compounds in Swiss Mist essential Lavender oil, help calm the anxiety levels in the child’s brain helping them to relax and stop crying eventually.
  6. Release and lower Depression levels: Add drops of Bergamot oil into a warm water bath and spend 15 minutes soaking in the tub. Swiss Mist Bergamot essential oil helps release and reduce depression levels and help you feel better instantly. It reduces irritability, reduces agitation, and helps calm you or your partner down. Mixing Lavender and Bergamot oils can create a stronger relaxation mixture, something that your nose may need getting used to. But it definitely helps.
  7. Treat Chapped Lips: Add Swiss Mist Lavender oil or Tea Tree oil to coconut oil, mix beeswax to make it a soothing balm to treat your chapped lips.
  8. Feel Rejuvenated: Swiss Mist Lavender oil can be added to a warm bath with Sea salt and Epsom salts to help create a new you.
  9. Moisturizing body lotion: Add four or five drops of Swiss Mist Tea Tree oil or Lavender oil to regular lotion, mixed with Coconut oil, shea butter, magnesium oil to give your skin a rich moisturizing experience.
  10. Sauna Relaxation: Add five drops of Swiss Mist Peppermint Essential oil into a cup of warm water and relax in the Sauna. The natural smell of Peppermint will gently waft into your nostrils to help you relax and feel better.
  11. Treat your feet: Add five drops of Swiss Mist Tea Tree oil, Lemongrass, or Eucalyptus essential oil to a large bowl of warm to hot water. Stir with your hand a few times to get the oil mixed in well. Dip both your feet in and relax on your couch as you watch T.V before you go to bed. This relaxation can be done three to four times a week. We suggest you watch relaxing comedy shows rather than troubling news to help you calm better. Wipe your feet dry with a terry towel, gently patting it dry. Apply some body lotion mixed with Swiss Mist Tea Tree oil drops to moisturize the sides and soles of your feet.
  12. Yoga, Pilates, Meditation or Prayer: Add drops of Swiss Mist Lavender, Lemongrass, Bergamot, Frankincense, to help you relax when performing Yoga or Pilates. Frankincense Essential Oil helps you relax better during Meditation or Prayer. Mix Swiss Mist Clove Bud Oil along with Orange Essential Oil with warm water to spray and clean yoga/exercise mats. Swiss Mist will be adding Sandalwood Essential Oil to its line up of relaxing oils that can be used for meditation or prayer.
  13. Fresh Minty breath: Add exactly two drops of Swiss Mist Peppermint essential oil to your toothpaste on your toothbrush. Adding more will cause an intense burning sensation in your mouth. Rinse mouth well after use and feel the minty fresh breath that will please your spouse.