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100% Pure Tea Tree Essential Oil – 10ml

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100% Pure Tea Tree Essential Oil – 10ml

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  • Organically Grown – We only work with the best, most ethical farmers in the industry. 

  • 100% Pure (GC/MS Tested)We use Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry to test EVERY batch of tea tree oil (even different batches from the same producer) that comes to us so we can guarantee consistent quality. View GC/MS test below.

  • Harvested from native origin  – We harvest from Australia where tea tree grows natively and has been used by the indigenous people for hundreds of years.

  • 90 Day Money-Back Guarantee If for any reason, you’re not satisfied with our oils, let us know within 90 days and we’ll give you a full refund.

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About Tea Tree (Ti-Tree) Essential Oil

The Aborigines have used ti-tree for hundreds of years where leaves were crushed in the hand and inhaled when they felt the onset of colds, flu and illness.

Tea tree essential oil was first distilled in the 1920s in Australia and to this day, it is regarded as one of the most therapeutic essential oils available and a go-to when you are feeling under the weather, commonly from colds and flu.

Although there are several species that the name ‘tea tree’ applies to, it is Melaleuca alternifolia that is the one mainly associated with today’s essential oil.

It is a small tree with paper-like bark (Paperbark is a synonym name for tea tree) that can often be peeled off the tree in paper like strips.

There is a significant level of scientific research associated with tea tree oil and it can be found in many soaps, disinfectants, mouthwashes, toothpaste and deodorant. 

Reasons To Use Tea Tree Essential Oil

Use Tea Tree Oil To: How To Use
  • Fight mental fatigue1
  • Lift the spirit when you are feeling down2
  • Give you a boost when you are feeling weak and run down
  • To inspire confidence
  • Diffuse
  • Inhale from the bottle, from a couple drops on a tissue or from a DIY inhaler.
  • Diluted with a carrier and added to the bath.
  • When you are feeling under the weather from colds and flu3
    • We’re not making a medicinal claim that tea tree oil is a treatment for colds and flu. Just that inhaling it is said by many, to help clear the mind when they are run down.
  • Add 5 drops of tea tree essential oil to a bowl of hot water, place your face over the bowl (make sure it’s not too hot that it burns you) with a towel over your head, close your eyes and enjoy for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Inhale direct from the bottle or from a couple drops on a tissue.
  • Dilute with a carrier and add to the bath
  • Compress – dilute to 1-2% before adding to cold water. Soak compress then use.
    • We say cold water as tea tree is a cooling oil best used to treat ‘hot’ conditions
  • To support certain fungal treatments4
    • We are not claiming that tea tree oil is a medicinal treatment for fungal infections. Just that many report that they like using it to support fungal treatments due to the fresh aroma it creates.
  • Dilute with a carrier to 1% and massage into the affected area.
  • Dilute with a carrier and add to a bath
  • To help kill lice and mites5
  • Dilute with your shampoo to 1-2% and use daily for a couple weeks
  • Dilute with a carrier oil to 1-2% and massage into the scalp. Cover and leave for 15-30 minutes before rinsing with your regular shampoo
  • To support acne treatments6
    • We are not making a medicinal claim that tea tree oil is an acne treatment. Just that people like to use it in conjunction with acne treatments as it can be good for oily skin
  • Dilute with a carrier to 0.5% then with a cotton bud, dab on selected pimples. Wash off after 10-30 minutes.
  • Add 5-10 drops of tea tree essential oil to a bowl of hot water, place your face over the bowl (make sure it’s not too hot that it burns you) with a towel over your head, close your eyes and enjoy for about 10-15 minutes.
  • To support dandruff treatments7
    • We are not making a medicinal claim that tea tree oil is a dandruff treatment. Just that people like to use it in conjunction with dandruff treatments as it can be good for the scalp
  • Dilute with your shampoo to 1-2% and use daily for a couple weeks
  • To support the treatment of warts and verruca8
  • Dilute then use a cotton bud to dab in the middle of the wart or verruca and cover with a plaster. Repeat daily for a couple weeks.
  • To help relieve insect bites9
  • Dilute with a carrier to 1-2% and dab the affected area to help relieve itching and soothe the skin

*refer to safety considerations in the attributes tab before use

Energetic And Personality Profile Of Tea Tree Essential Oil

Mainly used for physical purposes, but tea tree essential oil is said to be good for weaker people who are experiencing feelings of ‘doom and gloom’ often as a result of illness.

Tea tree also promotes patience, tolerance and equips us to better handle challenging situations.

Tonifying to to Qi and strengthening to the Shen.10

A cooling oil it is best suited for use with hot conditions such as when you feel like you have a high temperature.

Chemical Composition

The chemical composition of tea tree oil can vary but below is the ISO Standard for the chemical component ratio that should be present in high quality tea tree oil.

Chemical Constituent Expected Range
terpinen-4-ol 30 – 48%
y-terpinene 10 – 28%
a-terpinene 5 – 13%
1.8-cineole 0 – 15%
terpinolene 1.5 – 5%
a-terpineol 1.5 – 8%
a-pinene 1 – 6%
p-cymene 0.5 – 8%

How it’s Extracted

The tea tree plant’s natural environment is coastal regions of NSW, Australia. Producers tend to have effective weed management programs throughout the growth of the tea trees and only harvest the leaves when they reach maturity as this can result in a much higher quality oil.

Once the tea tree is harvested and after a having a few days to wilt (the wilting leaves less moisture that needs to be removed and allows easier opening of the oil glands), our producers load all of the leaves into stainless steel stills. When the still is full, a boiler creates steam from purified water that is gently funneled into the still and the biomass is left for up to 2 hours.

Once the temperature gets close to 100oC, the vapour, which is now a mixture of steam and oil, rises up and passes through the condenser forcing it to cool suddenly, thus forming an oily water solution. A separation chamber then extracts the pure tea tree oil from the water.

The pure tea tree oil is then held for up to 12 hours while it cools and this allows any remaining water or contaminants to separate from the oil before it is placed in sealed aluminium storage containers ready for shipment.

The most coveted, most valuable (and thought to be the most therapeutic) oil is that which is collected during the first part of the distillation period.  The resulting oil is called “first distilled.” This is the oil that we use in our products.

Our Commitment to Quality

Every batch of Tea Tree oil we receive is tested for purity and quality. Each batch of essential oil can differ, even from the same producer. Because essential oil is extracted from plants, it can be affected by many factors such as the weather, the seasons, and human error… a bit like fine wine.

This is why we carry out batch testing even if the batch is from the same supplier so we can guarantee consistent quality.

The farms we’ve chosen to work with consistently provide incredibly pure, high quality oils. We regularly review our producers with a stringent set of quality guidelines that we’ve developed in partnership with our industry experts and their 20+ years in the industry.

“Even an oil which is quite truthfully described as pure may be of poor quality, and therefore of less value  therapeutically.  IF AN ESSENTIAL OIL COSTS MUCH LESS THAN YOU WOULD NORMALLY EXPECT  TO PAY FOR IT, the oil may well be a third or fourth distillate from a batch of plant material which has already  yielded the greater part of its properties to the first or second distillation.”

About The Cultivation

Our mission is to provide you with the purest essential oils that contain the therapeutic properties you need to support yours and your family’s health.

Sometimes this means the oil is certified organic but acquiring an organic certification can be quite costly to farmers, which means many choose not to obtain it. Oils derived from plants that are organically grown or wildcrafted are still free from man-made chemicals despite not being certified. This means the oils can be of equal or better quality than comparable certified organic products and often at a lower price.

We also try our best to source single origin essential oils wherever possible.

 

How We Package Our Tea Tree Oil

Our tea tree oil is fresh off the still and comes in a 10ML blue glass bottle and is sealed to protect the precious oil within. The bottle also comes with an orifice reducer built in so you can dispense the oil one drop at a time.

During the shipping process, special aluminium canisters prolong and protect the quality of the oil from light and temperature during transit from around the globe and we ensure a quick turnaround time from producer to bottle, with minimal shelf time to maintain quality and purity.

We typically recommend storing your oil at or below room temperature.

 

The Tests We Run on our Oils To Ensure Quality

All of our oil is constantly tested for purity. The testing provides us with key data about what constituent compounds are in the oils and at what volumes.

Gas Chromatography (GC)

Gas Chromatography (GC) describes the analytical separation technique used to analyze volatile substances in the gas phase. In GC, the components of a sample are dissolved in a solvent and vaporized in order to separate the analytes by distributing the sample between two phases: a stationary phase and a mobile phase. GC provides us key data about what compounds are in oils and how much of each component is present.

Mass Spectrometry (MS)

Mass Spectrometry (MS) is an analytical chemistry technique that identifies the amount and type of individual molecules present in a sample by measuring the mass-to-charge ratio. A mass spectrometer has three essential functions:  Ion source, Mass analyzer and the Detector. The Ion source is where the sample is ionized. Once the sample is ionized, the mass analyzer sorts and separates the ions according to the mass and charge. Once the ions are separated and sorted then the separation is measured in the detector where a results chart is displayed.

A personal message from our founders

Tea Tree is native to Australia and oil from certain producers here, continues to be best in class year after year. Scott emigrated to this wonderful country from the UK and now has the highest quality tea tree producers within driving distance. Here’s what he said about sourcing a producer:

I was excited with the prospect of exploring new places on my doorstep while meeting the producers and sourcing the highest quality tea tree oil I could find. I actually think all the producers I met would yield a high quality oil, but then I met the owner of a farm whose passion for agriculture and oils was infectious. 

As we walked in the hot, sunny afternoon in coastal Australia, he took the time to tell me his story while showing me their impressive operation from plant to bottle. I knew right then and there that we had found the right producer, pending oil sample test results.

I hope the passion of the producer and essence of the native origin of tea tree transpire in your experience of our oil. I hope the strong, fresh aroma gives you confidence that you are holding one of the purest tea tree oils on the market.

Ultimately we believe that an oil, like the business that stands behind it, should be ethical and be exactly what it says on the tin. That’s why we only use the highest quality tea tree, with the highest quality extraction methods, and shipped with the highest quality packaging.Kristan Markham Sacred Soul Holistics

It’s also why you won’t see us throwing around buzzwords that don’t mean anything, like “therapeutic grade” or “clinical grade.” When we describe our oils, we mean what we say.

We believe that the more you know about essential oils in general, the more likely you’ll want to become a part of the Sacred Soul community.

If for any reason you’re unsatisfied with our oil, I want to personally invite you to email me and let me know. I’ll be happy to refund your money within the first 30 days of your purchase.

I’m betting my business on the fact that you’ll be blown away by the quality and aroma of our organic tea tree oil.

Either way, thanks for stopping by our site and checking us out. We hope every interaction you have with us, in person, or online is positive and memorable. Feel free to drop us a note on our contact page if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback for us.

Sincerely,

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Additional information

Brand

Sacred Soul Holistics

Size

10ml

Botanical Name

Melaleuca alternifolia

Plant Family

Myrtaceae

Plant Part

Leaves

Country Of Origin

Australia

Cultivation

Organically grown

Extraction Method

Steam distilled

Aroma

Camphoraceous, Fresh, Medicinal, Warm

Notes

Middle-Top

Consistency

Thin

Chemical Family

Monoterpenes, Monoterpenols

Mind & Emotions

Strengthens the defensive Qi, invigorates the heart, mind and spirit.

Chakras

2nd – Sacral, 3rd – Solar Plexus

Mind & Emotions

Stimulating & Energising

Blends With

Citrus top notes such as Lemon, Mandarin, Tangerine, and Lemon verbena. Also, antibacterial top note spices such as Cinnamon and Cloves. Herbaceous middle notes such as Rosemary, Basil, Thyme, and Oregano. Rich base note resins such as Benzoin, Myrrh and Galbanum.

GC/MS Testing

Batch Number: TO217

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Comments from the lab:

The analysis of this Tea Tree sample meets the expected chemical profile for authentic essential oil of Melaleuca Alternifolia. We also carried out Chiral testing and no contamination or adulteration was detected.

Disclaimer

The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by medical practitioners. Neither Sacred Soul Holistics nor its products are intended for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products.

Safety

General:
Store in a cool, dark place away from heat and light and out of the reach of children. For external use only. Do not use undiluted on the skin (or in the bath). Conduct a patch test before topical use. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use.

Specific:
Low risk of skin sensitization.
Avoid using old or oxidized oils. Oxidization can be delayed by storing in a dark, airtight container in the refrigerator.

Application

massage, compress, bath, topical, diffuse, inhale

*refer to safety information before use

1 review for 100% Pure Tea Tree Essential Oil – 10ml

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Blossom65

    Love this Company – quality product once again

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