Monday, November 20, 2017

Tea Tree Oil

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Thank you for sticking around as I went through all of the oils that come in your Young Living Premium Starter Kit.  Hopefully you have a foundation in place so that you feel comfortable using those oils!  Let's do a quick recap on the posts in case you were unable to follow along:
Lavender Essential Oil here, Peppermint Vitality™ here, Lemon Vitality™ here, Copaiba Vitality here, Frankincense Essential Oil here, Purification® Essential Oil here, Thieves® Vitality™ hereDigize® Vitality™ Essential Oil here, R.C.® here, Panaway® Essential Oil Blend here, Stress Away® Essential Oil Bend here, and Ningxia Red here.

I also shared my love of Thieves Cleaner here, and my love of
 Thieves Laundry Soap.
A few weeks back I highlight a favorite oil of mine, which does not come in the PSK, Christmas Spirit.

Let's move on to Tea Tree Oil


I think that when I first started my oily journey many, many years ago, I was using peppermint, lavender, and tea tree.  I didn't even know what tea tree was, and I was getting it from some funky shop in the mall that sold skin care stuff.  I remember that stuff not working out too well for me.  Hmmm....I wonder why??

Here are some suggestions from the Young Living website on how to use Tea Tree Essential Oil

  • Add to water in a small spritz bottle to refresh linens and towels.
  • Diffuse to combat stale or offensive odors in the home.
  • Combine with citrus scents such as Lemon or Lemongrass to create a natural deodorant.
  • Use Tea Tree’s cleansing properties for homemade soaps and moisturizers.
  • Apply to skin as part of your nighttime routine.
  • Comb through hair for added shine and freshness.

And, here is what it contains:
Melaleuca alternifolia† (Tea tree) leaf oil†100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil

I like to rub it on my nails.  I also diffuse it when I'm anxious.  

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