Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Wellbeing Benefits of Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree essential oil is well appreciated for its medicinal, preventive and curative purposes. As they are extracted from naturally occurring and non-synthetic sources, they have no side effects and are widely reviewed for their health benefits. Tea tree is extracted through steam distillation from twigs and leaves belonging to a Tea Tree, which has the botanical name Melaleuca Alternifolia.

Aromatherapy gifts, which include essential oils, are not just excellent for ageing people but are very beneficial for any one who is conscious about living well naturally.

Antibacterial and Antimicrobial Effects of Tea Tree Essential Oil

It is effective in curing dangerous and damaging bacterial infections as well as healing of wounds. It is effective in providing cure and relief from colon, intestines, urinary and stomach bacterial infections. Its microbial effects eliminate protozoans and keep microbes at bay.

Cicatrisant and Balsamic Properties Tea Tree Essential Oil

Balsamic properties provide a ready boost to your health as they enhance your body’s capacity to absorb food nutrients and fight diseases. The Cicatrisant effect makes for fast healing of wounds, diminishing of scars and spots.

Antiviral Effect of Tea Tree Essential Oil

Essential oils are very virile in rupturing cysts that provide a shield to viruses in the human body. They protect you from viral infections like pox, measles and common. They also provide a curative remedy against these ailments.

Expectorant Effect of Tea Tree Essential Oil

You can get relief from congestion of the nasal cavity, colds and cough through the use of tea tree essential oil. Essential oils are best used for this purpose by rubbing on the chest or inhalation before sleep.


When toxins are accumulated in the body, infections can easily result. Toxins are not often external as they are produced from metabolic activities in the body or as a by-product of some reaction.

The normal body mechanism to expel toxins includes sweating or perspiration. Essential oils in your body enhance sweating to remove excess water, clean your pores and expel unneeded salts. This has the effect of preventing acne and skin discoloration. Regular use of essential tree oils will keep you healthy.

Relief from Pain and other Uses

Tea tree essential oil’s constituent anti-inflammatory organic properties help in relief from muscular pain sprains and aches. As a stimulant, it boosts the flow of blood thereby expediting the healing process by facilitating the growth of cellular structure and tissues.

Fights off Fungal Infection

Tea Tree essential Oil is as effective against fungal infection as it is with bacterial and viral conditions. It is very effective in fighting off Athlete’s foot and dermatitis. However, it is strictly advised that oral consumption of Tea Tree essential oil should be avoided.

Where to buy Essential Oils?

Find a wonderful selection of aromatherapy gifts including essential oils, essential oil diffusers, aromatherapy soy candles, bath & body and skin care products infused with the power of essential oils at Gifts Ready To Go. Our popular “Must-Have” essential oils set contains high-quality Tea Tree, Lemon, Eucalyptus, Cedarwood Himalayan, Peppermint Japanese, Rosemary essential oils by Renais. Also, try our relaxation blend and mood-boosting essential oils. There is no better gift than the gift of wellbeing.

“God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.” - Voltaire

This is information is not intended to provide any medical advice, cure or treatment. Tea Tree essential oil should be used sparingly and according to directions. It should not be consumed orally and like other essential oils should be kept away from pets and children. Always consult your healthcare practitioner before making changes to health and wellness.