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Tea Tree Oil
Australian Tea Tree
Tea Tree Oil is the essential oil steam distilled from the Australian native plant, Melaleuca alternifolia. Tea Tree Oil contains over 100 components, the majority being monoterpene and sesquiterpene hydrocarbons and their alcohols.Tea Tree Oil is gentle on the skin and does not harm healthy human tissue. It kills germs upon application and prevents their growth for days afterwards.

Possible uses:
- Acne and Pimples
- Insect Bites and Stings
- Dandruff and Head Lice
- Antiseptic - Minor Cuts and Abrasions
- Antiseptic - Minor Burns including Sunburn
- Antiseptic - Rashes including Shaving Rash
- Foot Odour
- Tinea / Fungal Infections
- Acts as a natural solvent, germicide and fungicide
- Natural first aid and cleaning solutions

100% pure Australian Tea Tree Oil


Australian Tea Tree Oil 25ml
USD 6.00
Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil

Australian Tea Tree Oil is ideal for use with the every-day cut, scratches, and abrasions which occur in the home, at work, in the garden or whilst playing sport. It is useful for treating dandruff and head lice.
Contents: 100% pure, natural Australian Tea Tree Oil.


Australian Tea Tree Oil 50ml
USD 10.00
Australian Tea Tree Oil

Native to Australia and used by the Aborigine people, tea tree oil shows promise as a skin conditioner and treatment for conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and even athletes foot. Tea Tree Oil is gentle on the skin and does not harm healthy human tissue. It kills germs upon application and prevents their growth for days afterwards.
Contents: 100% pure, natural Australian Tea Tree Oil.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Not to be taken. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Use sparingly on sensitive areas and discontinue use if irritation occurs. Not to be used in children under two years of age without medical advice. Care must be taken with serious wounds and they should be tended by a health professional as soon as possible. Tinea and acne that do not respond to this treatment should also be referred to a health professional.

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Tiger Balm History

Hakka herbalist from China by the name of Aw Chu Kin left China and established a medicine shop in Rangoon in the late 1870's where he developed and sold the balm. He had two sons, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par. After the death of his father, Aw Boon Haw marketed the balm under the brand Tiger Balm. Together with his brother Aw Boon Par, they moved the production to Singapore in the 1920's. Being a marketing genius, Aw Boon Haw made a success of selling Tiger Balm into Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Batavia, Thailand and some cities in China.Today, Tiger Balm is owned by Haw Par Corporation, a public listed Company on the Stock Exchange of Singapore. It licensed Tiger Balm to Haw Par Healthcare Ltd to market, manufacture, distribute and sell Tiger Balm worldwide ........More

Tiger Balm articles:

Tiger Balm as a treatment of tension headache. A clinical trial in general practice.
Groups were given either Tiger Balm, topical placebo or paracetamol. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Headache severity and medication relief scales were measured by self-report. RESULTS: There was a statistically significant difference (p < 0.05) in headache relief between Tiger Balm and placebo. The difference between Tiger Balm and medication was not significant.


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