The plant

Tea Tree
Latin: Melaleuca Alternifolia

Plant part: Leaf

Origin: South Africa

This "tea tree", which has no kinship with tea is a thorny, purple or white flower shrub, which grows in the wild in the swampy areas of Australia and New Zealand. It was an Englishman, James Cook, who called this "Tea Tree" plant because he used it to replace his tea. The Aborigines chewed their leaves, made her herbal teas and poultices. The antiseptic properties of Tea Tree essential oil have been known for a long time. Relegated to the background by the massive use of synthetic antibiotics, she returns to the front of the stage today. Tea Tree essential oil is very versatile and has no contraindication.

The Products

Essential Oil Tea Tree

Essential Oil Tea Tree

Tea Tree 100ml essential oil has complete traceability. Antiviral its biological culture makes it possible to keep its virtues on acne and flu

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