Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Tea Tree oil

I found this very useful article on care2.com and thought it would be a good idea to share. To view the full article please follow the link.

In 2006, the world consumed more than 3.5 billion gallons of oil per day. A lot of that
oil has caused environmental damage and conflicts between nations. But there is
one type of oil that’s green, sustainable, healthy, and–as far as I know–has
never been the rationale behind a major military intervention: tea tree
oil.
Tea tree oil, explains the
UWA Tea Tree Oil Research Group, is the essential
oil steam distilled from the Australian plant Melaleuca alternifolia (unique to
Australia and native to Northern New South Wales). Tea tree oil is usually clear
to very pale golden in color and it exudes a fresh, camphor-like scent.....

1 comment:

Drahdrah said...

Just stopping by from One Mum's Musings. I really enjoyed your post about infant frustration. I also didn't know that about Tea Tree Oil. I thought it was only used for cosmetics. I used to use a Tea Tree Oil facial soap.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Tea Tree oil

I found this very useful article on care2.com and thought it would be a good idea to share. To view the full article please follow the link.

In 2006, the world consumed more than 3.5 billion gallons of oil per day. A lot of that
oil has caused environmental damage and conflicts between nations. But there is
one type of oil that’s green, sustainable, healthy, and–as far as I know–has
never been the rationale behind a major military intervention: tea tree
oil.
Tea tree oil, explains the
UWA Tea Tree Oil Research Group, is the essential
oil steam distilled from the Australian plant Melaleuca alternifolia (unique to
Australia and native to Northern New South Wales). Tea tree oil is usually clear
to very pale golden in color and it exudes a fresh, camphor-like scent.....

1 comment:

Drahdrah said...

Just stopping by from One Mum's Musings. I really enjoyed your post about infant frustration. I also didn't know that about Tea Tree Oil. I thought it was only used for cosmetics. I used to use a Tea Tree Oil facial soap.