Tea Tree Certified Organic Essential Oil


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Support and nourish your health with the revitalizing freshness of tea tree, made with high-quality organic essential oils. Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is much sought-after for its antibacterial, antiseptic, and antifungal characteristics. It also has a range of applications in cosmetics and skin and body care.

✅ Antibacterial and antifungal

✅ Immune and muscle aid

✅ Respiratory benefits

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Extracted from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant native to Australia, the tea tree is a popular essential fragrance oil with a crisp herbaceous aroma with cooling hints of menthol. It is rich in various health and wellness benefits and supports healthy respiratory and immune functioning.

Tea tree abounds in natural phytochemicals known as terpenoids which have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. It also has anti-inflammatory and analgesic characteristics and is helpful in soothing muscle cramps and joint stiffness.

Often called “first-aid in a bottle”, tea tree oil is antiseptic in nature and can be used to treat minor cuts and wounds. It is also a popular essential oil for skin and body care and is preferred far and wide by perfumers and cosmetic makers.


Key Components of Tea Tree Essential Oil

  • Bottle size – 15 ml
  • Best Use – Aromatherapy, antimicrobial, respiratory and immunity benefits, muscle aid, pain relief, antiseptic, skin and body care
  • Place of Origin – Australia
  • Extracted from – The leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree) plant
  • Primary Constituents – Terpinen-4-ol (phenol)
  • Extraction Method – Steam distillation
  • Aroma – Rich, herbaceous, minty


How We Formulate It

All our offerings at N8 Essentials are prepared with purely organic USDA-certified essential oils devoid of the slightest traces of toxic chemicals and added preservatives. We steam distill the freshest tea tree leaves through a combination of soft pressure and heated steam to filter out their oil-producing compound Terpinen-4-ol (phenol).

Ingredients: USDA-certified (Melaleuca alternifolia) Tea tree essential oil


Why Our Customers Love It

Among the most popular essential oils for antiseptic use and muscle aid, tea tree offers multiple wellness advantages and aromatherapy benefits.

  • Antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory characteristics
  • Promotes healthy respiration and throat blockage
  • Supports your immune system and helps keep diseases and infections at bay
  • Relieves stiff, sore, and cramped muscles
  • Antifungal properties that help treat athlete’s foot and toenail fungus
  • Natural antiseptic properties to prevent infection and treat minor cuts and wounds
  • Soothes swellings and inflammations
  • Nourishes and revitalizes dry or damaged skin
  • Promotes scalp health and controls dandruff
  • Repels insects and soothes mosquito and bug bites
  • Can be used as a natural deodorizer and sanitizer
  • Blends well with several other essential oils such as eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint, bergamot, cypress, bergamot, and juniper berry.


Directions for Use:

  • Diffuse organic tea tree oil to freshen up any space and promote healthy breathing and a fresh vibe. Try it in our essential oil diffusers for a superior experience.
  • Dilute a few drops with a carrier oil base like sweet almond, olive, or fractionated coconut and apply topically to reduce stiffness and soreness in your muscles and joints.
  • You can also use it to moisturize and nourish dry or damaged skin. Apply it externally or mix a few drops into your bathwater or body care products.
  • Add a few drops to your regular shampoo or conditioner and massage gently on your scalp to fortify hair and reduce dandruff.
  • Dilute tea tree essential oil and apply it to your feet and toes to treat athlete’s foot and toenail fungus.
  • Mix it with white vinegar or water and use it as a natural cleaner and sanitizer. Spray it on your clothes and outdoor gear to repel insects and pests.



  • For external use only: Do not ingest tea tree oil
  • Choking hazard: Keep the bottle out of the reach of children
  • While diffusing it, make sure that your surroundings are ventilated properly
  • Do not use tea tree oil without your physician’s approval if you are under medical treatment, pregnant, or nursing.
  • Perform a patch test before extensive use. Apply 1 or 2 diluted drops to a small area of your skin and check for irritations and allergies.
  • All N8 Essentials products should be used only as directed on the label.



What is tea tree essential oil good for?

Tea tree oil is preferred widely due to its natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. One of the best antibacterial essential oils for skin and hair care, it also promotes healthy respiratory and muscular functioning.


Can I use organic tea tree oil daily on my face?

Dilute a few drops of tea tree organic oil with carrier oil bases or mix it into your daily face wash. Do a patch test before widespread use on your face or body.


Can I use tea tree essential oil on my hair?

Tea tree oil is effective in nourishing the scalp and reducing dandruff and hair fall. Mix a few drops into your regular shampoo, serum, or conditioner to enjoy its benefits.


Is tea tree essential oil good for muscle pain?

Yes, organic tea tree oil is rich in anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and can soothe muscle cramps, stiffness, and joint aches. Try our Nature’s Relief and Muscle Aid essential oil blends for all-around pain relief benefits.


What other essential oils pair well with tea tree?

You can blend a wide variety of essential oils such as lavender, rosemary, peppermint, bergamot, lemon, eucalyptus, juniper berry, and cypress with tea tree oil for unique fragrances and health benefits.

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