TEA TREE    melaleuca alternifolia


Our present knowledge of the properties and uses of Tea Tree is based on a very long history of use by the aboriginal people of Australia. One of more than 30 species of "paperbark" trees that flourish in Australia, Tea Tree belongs to the Melaleuca genus, and is closely related to Melaleuca quinquenervia (which produces Niaouli oil). The name Melaleuca comes from the Greek melas (black) and leukos (white) - referring to the contrast between the dark green foliage, which appears black, and the loose, paper-thin, and very white bark.*

Tea Tree, unlike antibiotics, does not kill indiscriminately, but can identify and kill destructive bacteria while leaving the friendly bacteria we need to stay healthy. Tea Tree also stimulates the immune system to help you stay healthy. Unlike antibiotics, if the infection is caused by a virus, Tea Tree has been found to be antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal.*


PIP | LABEL | 10ml
$20 00

mild enough to be used in small quantities directly on the skin*


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.