dōTERRA Melaleuca

Melaleuca The Oil of Energetic Boundaries Melaleuca, also known as tea tree oil, Melaleuca oil is a favourite for skincare products. The oil is steam-distilled from leaves and twigs. Melaleuca is grown in its native region of Australia, where it…

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Melaleuca

The Oil of Energetic Boundaries

Melaleuca, also known as tea tree oil, Melaleuca oil is a favourite for skincare products. The oil is steam-distilled from leaves and twigs. Melaleuca is grown in its native region of Australia, where it was originally used by the Aboriginal people.

Scent:
Medicinal, fresh, earthy, woody.

Body Systems Affected:
Immune system, respiratory system, muscles and bones, skin.

Top uses:
Skin infections/wounds: Wash wound with a mixture of 1 drop each Lavender, Melaleuca, and Basil added to warm water. Or mix 1-2 drops of oil with 1 tablespoon fractionated coconut oil, and massage on infected location neck, arms, chest, or feet.

Fungal Infections: Apply neat to the affected area.

Acne: Wash face daily with a mixture of 2 drops of Melaleuca and 1 cup of warm water.

Common Primary Uses: Acne, allergies, aneurism, athlete’s foot, bacterial infections, boils, bronchitis, candida, canker sores, cavities, chickenpox, cleansing, cold sores, colds (common), coughs, cuts, dermatitis/eczema, dry/itchy eyes, ear infection, earache, flu (influenza), fungal infections, gum disease, hepatitis, herpes simplex, hives, immune system (stimulates), infected wounds, infection, inflammation, jock itch, lice, MRSA, mumps, nail infection, pink eye, rashes, ringworm, rubella, scabies, shingles, shock, sore throat, staph infection, sunburn, thrush, tonsillitis, vaginal infection, varicose ulcer, viral infections, warts and wounds.

Common Application Methods:
Can be applied neat (with no dilution) when used topically. Apply directly on the area of concern or two reflex points.

Diffuse or inhale the aroma directly.

Take in capsules.

Properties: Analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-parasitic, a strong antiseptic, antiviral, decongestant, digestive, expectorant, immune stimulant, insecticidal, neuro tonic, stimulant and tissue regenerative.

Hysterical Uses:
The leaves of the melaleuca tree or (tea tree), have been used for centuries by the Aboriginal people of Australia to heal cuts, wounds, and skin infections. With 12 times the antiseptic power of phenol, it has some strong immune building properties.

Other possible uses: This oil may help burns, digestion, hysteria, infectious diseases, mites, and ticks.

Aromatic Influence: It promotes cleansing and purity.

Blend with all citrus oils, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Rosemary, and Thyme.

Blend classification: Enhancer and equalizer.

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