History of the tea tree For thousands of years, Australian aboriginal people have used tea tree leaves for cutaneous purposes. In the 18th century, Captain Cook, alongside a group of British colonists, discovered the benefits of tea trees during an expedition through Australia. They brought this oil back to Europe for further research and use in medicine.
Plameca uses oil of 100% Australian origin, which it guarantees through a chiral analysis of the terpenic components to differentiate the botanical and geographic origin of the oil and also quantify its purity. Plameca’s tea tree oil is guaranteed to contain 40% terpinen-4-ol and 80% total terpenes for significantly higher levels than the minimum amounts required by international standards (30% minimum).
100% Australian origin oil*
40% terpinen-4-ol content
80% total terpene content
*Guaranteed through Chiral Analysis.
100% tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) essential oil from leaves and thin branches (40% terpinen-4-ol).
PER RECOMMENDED INTAKE:
QUANTITY (3 drops):
Tea tree essential oil (content in terpinen-4-ol)
0,1 ml (0,04 ml)
How to use
Take 2-3 drops diluted in a glass of water or juice or with food.
There are no known contraindications for this product.
It is not recommended for use during pregnancy and lactation.
DOES NOT CONTAIN: Dyes, perfumes, parabens or silicones.
- Dietary supplement. - Risk population groups: consult your professional. - Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. - Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of young children. - Store in a cool, dry place.
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