Teatree Essential Oil

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Melaleuca alternifoliea


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TEA TREE OIL (Meleauca alternifolia) The most amazing oil and other products.

Tea tree oil has become a popular natural ingredient in all kinds of shampoos, face soaps and ointments because of its amazing healing powers. This healing miracle comes from Australia, where just one species produces this oil. The earliest reported use of this plant that presumably exploited this property is the traditional use by the Bundjalung Aborigines of northern New South Wales. Crushed leaves of “tea trees” were inhaled to treat coughs and colds, or were sprinkled on wounds after which a poultice was applied. In addition, tea tree leaves were soaked to make an infusion to treat sore throats or skin ailments. The oral history of Australian Aborigines also tells of healing lakes which were lagoons into which M.alternifolia leaves had fallen and decayed over time.

Precautions:
1. Avoid contact with eyes.
2. Keep out of the reach of children.
3. Do not take internally without consulting your health practitioner.
4. Dilute with Extra Virgin Olive Oil before use on baby’s skin
5. Do a patch test before using on sensitive skin. Extremely sensitive skin may need dilutions of the pure oil. Dilutions of 1:250 are still bacteriostatic against pathogenic streptococci and staphylococci, typhus, pneumococcus, and gonococcus.
6. Store separately from homeopathic remedies.
7. Pregnant women should take extra precaution.

Using this oil for health care.
The sense of smell is a tool that can elicit powerful physiologic, mental, and emotional responses. Essential oils are quickly absorbed by the smell receptors. Check your source of pure oil, it should meet the Australian standard and be less than 2 years old.
Skin Cancers
Pure oil if used repeatedly on the skin can burn or create a reaction. These are the only uses I know for this. Skin Cancers where the pure oil is applied only on the affected area with a cotton bud over 5 to 10 days. A white scab will occur after 3 days and the area will become very itchy and sometimes sore. Sometime later the scab will turn black and the cancer will usually be eradicated.
Tooth ache
Pure Tea tree Oil applied with a cotton bud to the affected area of the tooth will usually relieve the pain after a few hours. This however has not cured the problem, but it will usually carry you until you see your dentist.
Warts
The pure oil is applied only on the affected area with a cotton bud over 5 to 10 days. A white scab will occur after 3 days and the area will become very itchy and sometimes sore. Sometime later the scab will turn black and the wart will usually be eradicated.
Cold sores
Pure tea tree oil will take the sting out of the cold sore but continuous use should be used in a diluted form. 3ml to 100ml of Sorbolene or Lanolin.
Diluted Oil in carrier solutions.
Sorbolene, lanolin cream, Shampoos or conditioner.
Most vegetable oils.
Usual mixture is 20Ml to 1 Lt Stir or shake well, it is unusual for the oil to separate after mixing. Moor is not better.
Human Uses
Skin rashes (Defiantly not for Shingles).
Nail infections
Cuts and infections
Chafed hands and other areas
Dry scalp/ Dandruff
Hard hair
Nits
Insect bites (An addition of 15Ml of Citronellal oil /Leptospermums petersonii or livisigii), Will help to keep insects at bay.
Ring worm and athletes foot (also see water infusion)
Miscible in water/ infusion. A wetting agent is required to make the oil Miscible. Mixture rates should be calculated for 2Ml of oil to 1Lt of water. The amount of the wetting agent will vary especially with some commercial agents, always check that they are suitable for human/ animal use. I use a dishwashing liquid usually one of the cheap brands as they have few additives.
My formula is 20% Tea Tree Oil to 80% dishwashing liquid, Shake well each time you use it and then add 3Ml of the mixture to 1Lt of water.

Animal Uses
Fleas
Ear mite
Mange (An addition of Larruk “Linalool oil”10%) works amazingly well.
Lice
Dust Mite
Plants Uses

Fruit Trees, Vegetable, Roses, and Azaleas ETC.
Insecticide, Miticide and Fungicide
Mix 15% Tea Tree oil and 15% Lemon tea Tree or Mosquito Plant oil to 70% Dishwashing Liquid. Always shake well before use and add 3ml of mix to 1 litre of water.
General contact Insecticide
All mites, scale, thrips and aphid. (Spray again 2 times 4 days apart on mites to break egg cycle.)
General fungicide. Rust, Black spot, anthrax node, Botryose, sooty mould, powdery mildew ETC.

Essential Oil Uses for Cleaning and Home
1. All-purpose cleaner: Add three drops each of Lemon Tea Treeand tea tree oil to a few ounces of warm water, then spray countertops to naturally disinfect.
2. Breathe easy: A few drops of Tea Tree and Quinquinervia oil in a saucepan or evaporator of hot water beside the bed will help quickly.
3. Natural mosquito repellent: Combine one drop each of Leptospermum livisigii or petersonii oil, and Tea Tree oil with one teaspoon of coconut oil to make a natural insect repellent and rub on exposed skin. Reapply as needed.
4. Sports gear: If your kids play sports, add two drops each of tea tree oil and Lemon Myrtle essential oil to one quart of warm water; next add four tablespoons of baking soda and mix. Use to clean ripe (!) jerseys, cleats and sports gear.
5. Clean air: Diffuse Tea Tree and any one of the lemon scented oils essential oil in the air and enjoy its anti-microbial properties.
6. Homemade peppermint patties: Use Lemon myrtle, Viridiflora and coconut oil, dark chocolate and raw honey to make real peppermint treats.
7. Washing machine: Add 10-20 drops of Tea tree oil and 3 to 5 drops of any one of your favorite lemon scented oil per load.
8. Vacuum cleaner: Add 5-10 drops of Tea tree oil and 1 to 3 drops of any one of your favorite lemon scented oil of your favorite oil in your vacuum bag or dust container.
9. Eliminate shower curtain scum: Using a 16-ounce spray bottle, use four drops of Quinquinervia oil and four drops of tea tree oil (melaleuca) with warm water; spray onto your shower for natural mold killing action.
10. Clean burnt pans: Use a few drops of Lemon Scented Tea Tree oil and some boiling water to help remove burnt food from pots and pans.
11. Wonderful smelling home: Lemon Myrtle and Larruk essential oils when guests come over, and they will talk about how amazing your house smells.
12. Carpet cleaner: Mix 20 drops of tea tree oil with Borax for homemade carpet powder.
13. Kill Mosquitos and flies spray the mixture of Mosquito plant and or Lemon scented Tea Tree oil as per the formula above to kill pests on contact. Use evaporator or burner with a mixture of 20% Mosquito plant and or Lemon scented Tea Tree oil with a carrier oil.
14. Natural Bush Cake: Mix coconut flour, raw honey, organic eggs, a few drops ofViridiflora and Lemon Myrtle essential oil and bake at 350 degrees.
15. Eliminate mold: Add tea tree and Larruk Oil to your diffuser to kill mold and other pathogens in the air.
16. Reduce anxiety: Diffuse Larruk essential oil around your home to reduce feelings of stress and tension.
17. Freshen trash can: Put a cotton ball with two drops each of lemon Tea Tree oil and tea tree oil at the bottom of the trashcan to help decrease the odor and detoxify.
18. Wash produce: To clean fruit and vegetables, add two drops of lemon Tea Tree oil to a large bowl of water then wash.
19. Clean kitchen smell: Add a few drops Tea Tree and Lemon Tea Tree or Lemon Myrtle essential oil to a simmering pan of water to get rid of cooking odors.
20. Bathroom freshener: Put a cotton ball soaked lemon Myrtle or lemon Tea Tree oil behind the toilet for a bathroom refresher.
21. Purify fridge: To freshen up the fridge or freezer when cleaning, add a few Drops Tea Tree and Lemon Tea Tree or Lemon Myrtle essential oil to the rinsing water.
22. Lemon tea: Use 1-2 drops of Lemon Myrtle essential oil in your favorite tea for a lemon Tea like no other.
23. Eliminate smoke: To remove cigarette smoke, put four drops of tea tree and Quinquinervia oil in a spray bottle and spray around the house.
24. Detoxify the air: Add Tea Tree and Quinquinervia oil To your diffuser.
25. Get rid of shoe smell: To remove the smell from shoes, add a few drops of tea tree oil and lemon Tea Tree oil to freshen them up.
26. Baby shower gift: Give a wall diffuser with a Larruk scent to calm the mom and baby.
27. Flavored lemon water: Use 2-3 drops of lemon Myrtle in water for a delicious citrus flavor.
28. Cleaner dishes: Add a few drops of lemon Tea Tree to the dishwasher before washing for a spot-free rinse.
29. Physician kit: Makeover your medicine cabinet and create a family physician kit with essential oils of Larruk, Mosquito plant, Quinquinervia, tea tree Essential Oils.

For further technical information go to SDS (Safety Data Sheet)

Additional Information

Weight .070 kg
Dimensions 0.8 × 0.4 × 0.8 cm
Weight

1 kg, 50 ml, 10 ml

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

MSDS: Tea Tree Essential Oil

SECTION: 1.1 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

Product Name: Tea Tree Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia

Recommended Use: Raw material

INCI Name: Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil

CAS #: 85085-48-9

Country of Origin: Australia

 

SECTION: 1.2 COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Company: Essences from the Australian Bush

Address: P.O. 3066, Pallas Street, Maryborough. QLD. Australia

Telephone No: 0408780709

24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: 000

SECTION: 2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION INGREDIENTS

CAS No.: EINECS No.: Range

85085-18-9 285-377-1 Melaleuca alternifolia, ext. 100%

 

SECTION: 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

According to the criteria of NOHSC, this material is classified as; Hazardous Substance, Dangerous Goods

Risk Phrases:

Flammable. Harmful if swallowed. Irritating to skin. May cause Sensitisation by skin contact. Toxic to Aquatic

Organisms. May cause lung damage if swallowed.

Safety Phrases:

Avoid contact with skin. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and contact a doctor

or Poisons Information Centre. After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. Wear suitable gloves. Wear eye/face protection. Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/safety data sheets. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label.

Poisons Schedule: S6

 

SECTION: 4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Eye Contact: Contact with eyes can produce burning sensation. Irrigate with water immediately, continue flushing eyes with water for 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Give oxygen if breathing is laboured and seek medical advice. Avoid casual breathing. Signs of over exposure are dizziness and nausea.

Ingestion:

Rinse mouth; dilute with milk or water and consult a physician immediately. Do not induce vomiting. Never-give anything by mouth if victim is unconscious, is rapidly-losing or is

Convulsing.

Skin Contact: Skin contact can produce irritation, or itching of the skin. Remove contaminated clothing

Wash with soap and plenty of water. Seek medical attention if irritation persists. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

MSDS: Tea Tree Essential Oil (Australia)

 

SECTION: 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Flash Point: Flash Point: 47 °C (closed cup)

Extinguishing media: Carbon Dioxide, dry chemical or foam. Closed containers may build up pressure at elevated temperature

Special Procedures:

Determine the need to evacuate or isolate the area according to your local emergency plan.

Unusual Firefighting Hazards: None identified.

Protective Equipment: Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be worn when fighting fires involving essential oils or chemicals.

Combustion Product: Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide

 

SECTION: 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Personal Precautions: Use of self-contained breathing apparatus is recommended for any major chemical spill. Refer also to section 8.

Safety Precautions: Eliminate all ignition sources. Ventilate area. Determine the need to

Evacuate or isolate the area according to your local emergency plan.

Environmental Precautions: Keep away from drains, surface and ground water. Report spills to appropriate Authorities if required.

Methods for Cleaning Up:

Contain and collect with inert absorbent material and place in suitable container for disposal. Comply with all federal, state, and local regulation.

Wipe small spills with cloth. Clean with hot water and detergent.

 

SECTION: 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling:

Avoid inhalation and contact with skin and eyes. Good personal hygiene practices should be used. Wash after any contact, before breaks and meals, and at the end of the work period. Contaminated clothing and shoes should be cleaned before re-use.

Storage:

Containers should be kept closed in order to minimize contamination.

Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place protected from light.

Keep away from extreme heat and from freezing conditions and away from all sources of ignition

Make sure the material does not come into contact with substances listed as: “Materials to Avoid”.

 

SECTION: 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION

Eyes Protection: The use of safety glasses is recommended. If a material is to be handled in a manner where splashing may occur, the use of splash goggles or face shield is recommended

Respiratory Protection:

In well- ventilated areas, respiratory protection is not normally required. In confined, poorly ventilated areas the use of "NIOSH" approved respiratory protection normally required (use only if trained in proper use and with acceptable oxygen level).

Protective Gloves: Using chemical resistant gloves is recommended.

Protective Clothing: Using chemical resistant clothing is recommended.

Protective Equipment: An eyewash fountain and / or safety shower should be available in the work area. Acceptable industrial hygiene practices should be maintained. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

MSDS: Tea Tree Essential Oil (Australia)

Note: These precautions are for room temperature handling. Use at elevated temperature or aerosol / spray applications may require additional precautions

 

SECTION: 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance: Colourless to pale yellow clear liquid.

Odour: Characteristic warm, spicy odour.

Solubility: Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.

Specific Gravity: 0.880 – 0.906 @ 20°C

Optical Rotation: +5.0 – +15 @ 20°C

Refractive Index: 1.4750 – 1.4820 @ 20°C

Extraction Method: Steam distillation of the fresh leaves.

Contents: Terpinen-4-ol, cineol, terpinene, Pinene, Sabine, Cymene, limonene,

Terpinolene, Terpineol, Aromadendrene, Cadinene, Globulol, Viridiflorol.

 

SECTION: 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Chemically stable.

This material presents no significant reactivity hazard.

Conditions to Avoid: Avoid sparks, flame and excessive heat.

Materials to Avoid: Strong oxidizing agents.

Flammability: Flammable liquid.

Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur.

Hazardous Combustion or None known.

Decomposition Products: When heated to decomposition produces acid fumes and carbon monoxide smoke.

 

SECTION: 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Inhalation:

Inhalation of high concentrations of vapour may result in irritation of eyes, nose and throat, headache, nausea, and dizziness.

Skin Contact:

Repeated or prolonged contact of full strength product can cause redness, irritation and scaling of skin. Adverse skin effects should be prevented by normal care and personal hygiene

Eye Contact: May irritate eyes.

Ingestion:

Low order toxicity causing irritation of the mouth, stomach and intestines which results in nausea and vomiting.

Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: May aggravate dermatitis, psoriasis and other skin conditions.

Chronic Toxicity: May cause allergic reactions on skin

Carcinogenicity Data: None of the components of this material are listed as a carcinogen.

Reproductive Toxicity: No adverse effects on reproduction are known.

Acute Toxicity Values: No data is currently available. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

MSDS: Tea Tree Essential Oil (Australia)

 

SECTION: 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxic to aquatic organism may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

Avoid any pollution of ground, surface or underground water.

 

SECTION: 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION

Incineration or sanitary landfill in accordance with local, provincial and federal regulations. Check with disposal expert to insure compliance

 

SECTION: 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No. 2319: Terpene hydrocarbons, NOS

Packaging Group: III Class: 3 - Flammable Liquid Hazchem Code: 3Y

Sea Freight:: Reference P 3383 of IMDG Code.

 

SECTION: 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

WHMIS (Canada): D2B, B3

EU Labelling: R10 Flammable.

Xn R22 Harmful if swallowed.

Xi R38 Irritating to skin

S36/37/38 Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection

DISCLAIMER: This information relates only to the specific material designated and may not be valid for such material used in combination with any other materials or in any process. Such information is, to the best of the company's knowledge and belief, accurate and reliable as of the date indicated. However, no warranty guarantee or representation is made to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. It is the user’s responsibility to satisfy himself as to the suitability of such information for his own particular use.

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