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Product Review: Australian Tea Tree Oil

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Using high quality essential oils is important to me – and only the highest quality ones get used by me. This is one reason why I often make my own. I know what went into them and I know they are high quality. However, not all botanicals are easy to acquire and even though I do grow many of my own plants including exotic ones like Melaleuca alternifolia which is the plant tea tree essential oil is made from, I simply cannot grow the plants fast enough to harvest the materials necessary to make as much tea tree oil as I use. This is why finding a high quality #teatreeoil is so important to me. When the package arrived that contained the Australian Tea Tree Oil from Apothecary Extracts I knew I had found one. I knew that from the smell alone. Once I tried it, I was quite impressed.

This particular tea tree oil is 100% pure and pharmaceutical grade. It is a product of Australia although it is bottled in the USA. It contains no preservatives, artificial colors, fragrances, paragons, mineral oil, chemical solvents or petroleum. As far as I am concerned, this is kind of high quality essential oil I am willing to pay for and the only ones I want to use.

Tea tree oil has lots of uses because of its antimicrobial properties. It is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiprotozoal. It is a great additive to homemade soaps, laundry detergents, cleaners, beauty products and of course, has numerous uses in aromatherapy. As part of my review package I also received a free ebook with over 50 uses for tea tree oil and information concerning the science behind the product which I found fascinating.

Another thing I really liked was the size of the bottle. It was 4 fl. oz. I am so used to buying tiny bottles that barely last for two to three uses that receiving a bottle this size was wonderful! I am not afraid of using enough to make larger amounts of items like bath salts, soap or laundry soap. This is fantastic because of all the uses I have for tea tree essential oil.

If you’re into essential oils or simply like making your own cleaning or beauty products at home, give this product a try. I know you will love it as much as I do.

 

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