Tuesday, August 23, 2016

NewYorkBiology Tea Tree Oil - Review:




#NewYorkBiology Tea Tree Oil

I love this Tea Tree Oil though the amount is only 1 oz, and the smell is not as sweet as I am used to but that doesn't mean it's not great (it smells like a strong undiluted tea tree oil). I use this tea tree oil from #NewYorkBiology for pretty much everything. When I make soap, my shampoo, detergent, face wash I put a little bit in that. As a decongestant or even as a soother in my bath. It has so many uses. This is one thing I will always have on hand in my medicine cabinet (well the side I put all my essential oils). l recommend this to anyone.

Tea Tree Oil #NewYorkBiology (click here to check it out)

*NOTE: Not to be used with pets because it is a dangerous toxin to them, the only time you can use it on animals is if you know the right ratio to use or if you buy an animal product with tea tree oil in it. It is only safe in very minute amount.  
  • Abrasions & Minor Cuts: Clean the area well, apply a few drops of the oil directly. If a bandage is needed, allow a few drops of the oil to penetrate cotton ball, lay it face down on the wound with a bandage on top. 
  • Acne: Add a drop to your normal cleansing routine or dab a very small amount on acne breakouts. You can also add 20 – 40 drops of the oil to your regular face wash.  
  • Dandruff: Add 20 – 30 drops oil to any shampoo. Apply a few drops to scalp and massage after washing. 
  • Flea & Mosquito Bites: Apply a drop of oil directly to bites. 
  • Head Lice: Add 20 drops of oil to 2 tbsp shampoo. Massage into scalp and hair, leave on for 10 minutes. Rinse. Repeat 3 – 4 times daily, until eggs are gone.  
  • Household Cleaning: Can be used aromatically or added to homemade cleaners to kill germs and prevent the spread of colds and flu. You can make a general tea tree cleaner by combining 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil with 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Shake to blend and use for household cleaning tasks. This is especially good in the bathroom and in toilets. 
  • Immune System: To stimulate the immune system, diffuse through the air on a regular basis, massage into the soles of the feet to increase your immune response. 
  • Infected Wounds: Adding the oil to steaming water, hold the infected area over the steam. Or dilute 1 drop of tea tree with 1 cup of water and rinse the infected area 1-2 times a day, as needed. 
  • Insect Repellant: Add 15 drops to a quart of water and use as an effective insect repellent.
  • Mildew and Mold Remover: Spray an all-purpose cleaner made with 2 teaspoons of tea tree oil and 2 cups of water on growing mold and mildew. Shake well before using and do not rinse. 
  • Muscle Aches and Pains: Add 10-15 drops of oil to half cup Epsom salts, and dissolve in a bath. Add 10 drops of oil to 2 tbsp of carrier oil. Massage well. Or fill your bathtub with warm water. Add a few drops of tea tree oil to the water to relax tight muscles. 
  • Pest Control: Household ants and other pests dislike Tea Tree Oil, so a few drops put at the point of entry will deter them. Wipe cupboards out with an oil and water solution to keep ants away.  
  • Rashes: Mix with coconut oil and massage over the affected areas. 
  • Sciatica: Add 10 drops oil to 1 tbsp carrier oil and massage into affected areas. Repeat 2-3 times daily. Also, can be applied undiluted.  
  • Sore Throat: Add 2 drops of oil to 1 cup of warm water with a pinch of sea salt, gargle 2-3 times a day. Do not swallow! 
  • Ticks: Apply a drop or two directly to the tick and the surrounding area. 
  • Vaginal Infection: Add several drops to the bath water. *Note: I used this for my daughters Candidiasis (A really bad type of yeast infection that causes blisters that bleed) back when she was still in diapers. Come to find out it was the stuff inside the diapers that was causing it so I had to switch to cotton than had to potty train her early due to how bad it had gotten. The doctors gave so many ointments that just didn't work. The tea tree oil with some coconut oil helped, it was like a miracle.
  • Wounds: Soak the wounded area in water with tea tree oil, or spritz from a bottle of water with several drops of oil. Depending on the wound and your own sensitivity you may be able to apply directly.  


*NOTE ABOUT CARRIER OILS: In order to effectively use essential oils – not just tea tree oil – it is often necessary to dilute the essential oil with another oil so that it can be easily spread or massaged on the affected area. These oils are called “carrier” oils. Common carrier oils include coconut oil, grape seed oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, olive oil and others.  

Item Description on Tomoson: 
  • 100% PURE, NATURAL & AUTHENTIC Tea Tree Oil 45% terpenin-4-ol steam distilled without any fillers or additives.

    TEA TREE ESSENTIAL OIL 45% terpenin-4-ol IS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY IN THE WORLD.

    THERAPEUTIC GRADE TRIPLE EXTRA QUALITY.
    OUR TEA TREE OIL is potent as having terpenin-4-ol 45%

    Tea tree oil comes from the evergreen leaves of the Australian Melaleuca alternifolia tree.

It has been known for its healing and disinfecting properties and a wealth of scientific evidence exists to support its effectiveness. 
It is one of nature's finest antibiotics because it is so effective at killing bacteria. 

Our Tea Tree Essential Oil is Triple Extra Quality Therapeutic Grade. It is potent as having terpenin-4-ol 45%



I received this free or discounted for my unbiased opinion.